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Description:

On the bottom of the desktop there is a panel that never hides. It is darkish but depending on your plasma-theme can be transparent.
Then in the upper left side of the desktop there is a panel that only appears when you bounce the cursor in that place. This panel holds the menu of the active application.

Needed widgets:

(top) menubar
- latte spacer https://store.kde.org/p/1287102
- kde global menu (on system)

Bottom panel
- kde application dashboard (on system) with “nine dots icon” https://store.kde.org/p/1328320/ (when de nine dots icon is copied to /usr/share/icons (sudo cp start-here.svg /usr/share/icons) this latte lay-out will automatically use it.
- latte-dock taskmanager (system)
- W7-indicator https://store.kde.org/p/1321743/
- event calendar https://store.kde.org/p/998901/
- tiled menu https://store.kde.org/p/1160672/

Used icon themes:
flat-glass-Color https://store.kde.org/p/1328321/ , modified mix of papirus, flat-remix, vimix, numix and others
ultrflatOrangeLichteDskp https://store.kde.org/p/1328322/ modified mix of themes.

To get this look install both icon themes.
Choose the ultraflatOrangeLichteDskp theme.
It will use icons from the flat-glass-Color theme when the system needs them.

Plasma color-scheme
PK-Feller-oranje https://store.kde.org/p/1328324/

wallpaper
summerwalk in Moerenburg https://www.pling.com/p/1329877/

Window decoration theme
Aurorae Freeze https://store.kde.org/p/1002663/
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nihadguluzade

11 months ago

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pieter

11 months ago

Strange that it looks so much different on your system. But perhaps it is possible to fix this... You right-click on an empty space in the panel. In the context menu that appears on my system the bottom one is something like "Dock settings" or so. You click on that one.
First thing you do in the panel that opens is to choose "advanced" with the slider in the upper right. That way you get far more options.
You can influence the "padding" in two ways:
- by changing the "margins" in the tab "appearence" (second from left) or
- by changing the "length" in the tab "effects" (third tab from the left) - under indicators.
I hope it helps. Latte is just great!

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nihadguluzade

11 months ago

Looks great! But how do you add padding to the applets? For me, they look attached to each other without any space.

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