Xfce looking like Gnome 2 ?

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Xfce looking like Gnome 2 ?

Postby herbie643 on Tue Apr 30, 2013 10:22 am

I have Nadia Xfce installed and customized it to mimic Gnome 2 as much as I could. Gnome 3 was ok, but not totally to my liking. Cinnamon had some weird quirks and Mate, well, it was ok as well. I installed Xfce and now my desktop is how I want it. Customized the themes, made it the way I want it.
Here is a screenshot of my desktop;



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This theme I called Xfce-Brown though it looks more like a Dust theme.


Hope you like.
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Re: Xfce looking like Gnome 2 ?

Postby phill1978 on Fri May 17, 2013 3:29 pm

like it :D


I also have tried MATE (too limited on the customization menus and options) feels, i dunno a tiny bit clunky and square but its good no doubt, i may try it again in a few months time. Cinnamon I have found to be a bit picky about how it chooses to perform on a set day with different hardware, although it is stylish and expo mode is brilliant, amazing how windows never managed with anything like that. But in the end XFCE is perfect for me right now (apart from no Expo mode and i don't like fudging it with compiz either!) you start off as a new user thinking, yea this is light and simple it performs better than you could want but it looks a bit flat (although the mint theme beefs it up a little) and within a few hours you have it looking better than windows 8 / KDE :D (imo obviously some people like lots of animations and tiles etc..)

once you start changing fonts, DPI, Themes, composition and icons you can re-skin a whole desktop to look completely different within 30mins and it still remains fast and stable.
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