That is beautiful, smurfslover! What is that dock-like bar at the bottom? I noticed similar on your 'Light' release also; it is intriguing (although I cannot afford the screenspace for such, on this machine.).
However, I have decided to stay with the 2010.10 'Full' E17 release for two major reasons: one, I do wish very much to retain the new E17 'sunrise' bootsplash effect, and two, I do need a number of KDE applications (and I also wish to retain KDE as an alternative desktop, for possible maintenance purposes.).
After much experimentation, I am at last approaching my goal. Although I was successful with installing and enabling Ecomorph, it still has not resolved the shelf+systray Stacking difficulty; additionally, as I was also unable to find any way to make the systray background invisible as well, I have since decided to abandon that direction for this moment (due to a deadline-imposed time constraint.).
My primary remaining 'style-related' issue is the Places gadget, which is frustrating me to no end! This screencap depicts it as I wish it to appear:http://i.imgur.com/VXV9Y.png
Alas; following a logout and subsequent login, its positioning fails to return to the previous, and instead shifts as so:http://i.imgur.com/HKeKF.png
Basically, I would wish it to appear only below the Clock gadget, and expand only downwards, as additional devices are attached.
Your suggestion to place it within its own dedicated Shelf has indeed allowed me to restrict its appearance exclusively to one desktop; however, it also poses some additional problems. If I set its Position to the upper right, the Places gadget then covers the Clock gadget; accordingly, I have now placed the Clock gadget within its own separate upper-right Shelf and have set the positioning of the Places gadget shelf to plain right instead.
The Places gadget and its corresponding Shelf must both then be made auto-resizable; else that shelf will cover the main bottom Shelf and the rightmost-gadgets within that bottom Shelf then become completely inaccessible. I wish so much that Enlightenment could have a means of setting absolute
sizes and placements!
Another interesting problem I noticed again concerns the Clock gadget and its corresponding Shelf, which is also set to appear only on the first desktop - yet, observe what remains on the other desktops, regardless:http://i.imgur.com/kQU9q.png
Argh! Should I have any hair remaining upon my head after this experience, I wonder?