We are pleased to announce MX-Fluxbox 2.0, a project by Devs and the Community that unites the speed, low resource use and elegance of fluxbox with the toolset from MX Linux. After installation, access is simple by selecting fluxbox from the Session chooser above the login box.
As with the first MX-Fluxbox release, the easiest way to install mx-fluxbox on an existing system is through the MX-PackageInstaller ->Popular apps entry. You will be prompted at the end of the install to copy some configuration files into the home folder. If you have existing .idesktop and .fluxbox folders, these will be backed up under ~/.restore/fluxbox.
Existing users will see mx-fluxbox come down through the regular updates, although if users want the new configurations they will need to run the mxflux_install.sh script manually.
And even easier for new downloaders of MX-19.1, MX-Fluxbox 2.0 is included on the MX-19.1 isos out of the box.
• complete integration with the underlying system, with single-click access to MX Tools and full Xfce4 menu
• extension of graphical hardware support by virtue of the low resources required
• desktop icon support from iDesk which has been updated and corrected as necessary
• iDesk management with the graphical app mx-idesktool, which revives and expands an older script
• creation of docks and launchers powered by wmalauncher, with an accompanying management tool in development for release in the near future
• GTK 2 theme support (lxappearance)
• default wallpaper by antechdesigns, enhanced by the use of Moka icons
• one-click switch to legacy toolbar, and back
• selection of GKrellM monitors
So if you are looking for something different, give fluxbox (thru mx-fluxbox) a try.