I just installed the latest stable openbox and it is very nice.
I like the addition of tint2 to polybar and that they can coexist.
There's still the issue with the window resolution under virtualbox, as reported before, it's too small.
This resolution issue continues when the installed vm starts, but at least, there's an option to change resolution manually.
I'm glad the menu is obmenu-generator. It's my favorite.
The one thing I think is very important, and missing, is for the menu to auto-update each time something is installed.
Unless the user likes it "the Arch way", no one likes to not know what's available for using. And the easiest way is to find it on the menu.
For example, I removed chromium, installed SeaMonkey, but it wasn't on my menu.
So, I thought to set SeaMonkey as my web browser.
But I didn't know where its located, and there's no search available (or, none listed on the menu)....
You see my point?
So, I changed the beautiful and well organized menu.xml to the following:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<menu id="root-menu" label="obmenu-generator" execute="/usr/bin/perl /usr/bin/obmenu-generator -i" />
and voila, although the menu is less beautifully organized, it has all the apps available for the user.
I know the menu.xml can be combined of constant part and "auto-updating" part. So apps can be added but terminal, nitrogen, etc, can be static.
In addition, I think some file search is important to include as well.
That's my 2 cents for now.
Thank you for this beautiful edition. I always liked Openbox ever since my first time with Linux distro (not too long ago)
Oops, sorry for the length