Hi and thanks for the fav. It was some time ago so I'm not sure but I believe it was a some dock menu stripped from everything else and left with only this workspace switcher thing (probably AWN). Cheers
Sure In the conky.sh file you can actually see the directory structure. You need to put the conky.sh in your home folder (for example). You can make it hidden by renaming it to ".conky.sh" so that you don't see it every time you open the file manager. After that you create a hidden folder ".conky" with the following structure ".conky/black_transparency/" and you put all the files there (actually the entire extracted directory). And finally you start the thing by executing the bash file:
You will need to adjust some other things but I encourage you to read the readme file.
I do had a question, though. I have a dual monitor setup and presently the "top bar" gets loaded up on the primary monitor. I'm having a hard time setting up the conky config to load this on my second monitor (on the right). Any ideas?