fspanel is a very small panel for Linux that lists all your windows and shows a small icon for each. It requires a Gnome compliant window manager.
Release Notes: Windows that set their icons after mapping no longer get the generic icon, a new generic icon is included, large numbers of windows no longer cause lock-ups, new desktop switching buttons are included, panel height and width is now adjustable, support for KDE implemented, and various segments of code optimized.
Release Notes: The clock update has been fixed, there have been some code optimizations, and the abilitiy to build without libXpm has been added. Makefiles for Solaris and FreeBSD have been added and it will not crash if the Xdisplay fails to open.
Release Notes: This release adds fixes for using on XFree86 4.0, for switching desktops in Sawfish, and for focusing windows when raising.
Release Notes: The code is even more compact now, and it works with E16.4.
Release Notes: Initial annoucement.