Two ways to sorta do it:
1) Use a tray app like LiteShell does and hide the tray with meths app
2) Use an alt shell like geOShell or LiteStep
Thing is that this is one of the reasons why people use alternate shells. They reseach, load up, and hack tons of apps/files to get what they want, but they eventually can't get what they really want. Then you try out an alt shell, it does what you had in mind, and it uses less resources. Ya, it does things differently, but in the time you spent trying to do this you could have mastered an alt-shell (esp geOShell - super easy). A little more time and you could have you're own, simple, custom theme (which will probly grow in time). I know, I know... enough about alt shells. I'm just saying you strike me as the type that would use them.
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