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Another screenshot.

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Here's another, went back to good ole awn

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Latest screenshot
Theme - Azenis Blue from http://www.gnome-look.org
Wallpaper from http://www.deviantart.com
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Here's mine...

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Dark theme with carbon fiber wallpaper.

And Desktop
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Pretty much the default theme but with a slightly tweaked copy of This wallpaper.

Click 'em to see them full size.

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Revised desktop - had a rethink and this looks better
Theme - Slickness Blue from http://www.linuxmint-art.org replaces Azenis Blue
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Haven't posted on of these in a long time...


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dlkreations wrote:Haven't posted on of these in a long time...


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Wow, I really like that, thumbs up :)
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dlkreations wrote:Haven't posted on of these in a long time...


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Wow!! What did you use for the folder set on the side? And which window lister did you use on the top?
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fwc wrote: Wow!! What did you use for the folder set on the side? And which window lister did you use on the top?
That's actually Docky 2 for the folders on the side. You can have multiple docks with the new Docky. You can get from their PPA or enable it in Ubuntu Tweak.

The window list is DockbarX which is also available from their PPA which is also enabled from Ubuntu Tweak.

Also, thank you gibbs1984 :)
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You still using Linux Don?
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after being inspired by dlkreations :)
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A.Tim wrote:You still using Linux Don?
Yes of course I am :P
fwc wrote:after being inspired by dlkreations :)
Thank you mister! Yours looks great! :)
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Last I knew you switched to 7. But that was a while ago.

By the way what theme is that?
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A.Tim wrote:Last I knew you switched to 7. But that was a while ago.

By the way what theme is that?
The theme is called Elementary by DanRabbit. You can get it on his deviantArt page. Or use Ubuntu Tweak and add the PPA. Easiest option.

Yeah I was using 7 for a while... very nice OS if I must say. But I was always yearning to go back to Mint and was overtaken with my dedication to it. :!:
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A nice restful desktop

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New to mint. I am used to kde3 and kde4. I was suprised at how easy mint 8 was to set up. This screen shot is a windows 7 look alike. Some of you might not approve but I wanted to see how easy it was to do. It was easy.

http://www.4shared.com/file/214742871/b ... nshot.html
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tharbour1 wrote:New to mint. I am used to kde3 and kde4. I was suprised at how easy mint 8 was to set up. This screen shot is a windows 7 look alike. Some of you might not approve but I wanted to see how easy it was to do. It was easy.

http://www.4shared.com/file/214742871/b ... nshot.html
Verry Nice, Nothing wrong with steeling ideas from windows, they got it from linux anyway. :) :) :) :) :) :)
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tharbour1,
That's the beauty of Linux and Mint - it's your desktop,you can do whatever you like with it :D :D
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Must be to do with it being Winter, everyone is doing Black and Blue. Including me. Here's my theme de jour, as worn by my lovely 'new' widescreen laptop

(Just needs the Mint menu graphic from KDE edition to be perfect, IMO)
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Theme comprises of QDrk metacity and QdarkX GTK themes, Footure icons (Gnomelook) and wallpaper from some wallpaper site I happened to google to one night whilst drunk! (will share if wanted its WXGA res though.)
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dlkreations wrote:
A.Tim wrote:Last I knew you switched to 7. But that was a while ago.

By the way what theme is that?
The theme is called Elementary by DanRabbit. You can get it on his deviantArt page. Or use Ubuntu Tweak and add the PPA. Easiest option.

Yeah I was using 7 for a while... very nice OS if I must say. But I was always yearning to go back to Mint and was overtaken with my dedication to it. :!:
Lol. I'm sure it's pretty good. I was actually using Vista about a week ago and was surprised how well it worked. I hadn't been able to get my hands on anything newer than XP until then. Was really slow though, naturally.

Too many things I couldn't live without to ever switch back to Windows though, even if it gets improved a lot. I've always got VirtualBox if I need to fill the gap software-wise; that's where Windows belongs anyway, it's good as a guest OS.

Anyway, I'll add a recent screenshot so I don't end up hijacking the topic.
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