Unofficial Post Your Linux Mint Desktop Thread

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tdockery97 wrote:I didn't think I would ever call a desktop cute. :lol:
:lol: thanks.
cra1g321 wrote:
Leit wrote:Something new, with a pic whose contant i ain't switch as fast as my Theme/System xD
Interesting conky position, I never see many screenshots with the conky down the middle. Suits the wallpaper, do you know her ?
she's my GF, so I should :lol:
It is interesting the way we create complex and powerful tools to save us
from the complex and powerful tools we created previously.
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Leit wrote:she's my GF, so I should :lol:
ahrite, yeah i would like to think you would :lol: Does she have sister ? :wink: only joking

whats the code in your signature ?
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a cousin, but she seems a bit 2 young for you ;) :P

you mean:

Code: Select all

<?
require_once "postcount";
$trash="/dev/null";
if (isset($thread))
   {
   foreach($newpost as $post)
      {
      echo $trash;
      ++$postcount;
      }
   echo 'javascript:location.reload()';
   }
?>
?

it means:
take your postcount
($trash is some trashpost, in WWW-Linux-Speak /dev/null)

if there's a thread
do a new post with nonsense for ech post which is postet and increase your postcount
after that reload.


it's just a PHP-coded caricature of some peoples post-habits ^^
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definitely easier to understand now, i havent a clue about any form of coding or programming languages.

im guessing you must if your a IT-technician at 19.

il have to post a few screenshots tonight, cos i think im turning this topic into a discussion rather than screenshots :lol:
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in germany it's all a bit easier with learning the job you want, so it isn't hard if you got some basic knowledge
actually i've learned "network technican" (finished since august) but at my firm/chair i'm more a dogsboy, i do the most things from the chairs website to Technical support and software/user support... but i'm also not a big coder, just as you ;) only a bit scripting and some php (and php is really simple if you understand the structure how to write a "programm" (morely a script)

mhm this forum got also a nice PN feature, but i prefer the way described in my signature :lol:
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Here my Mint 10 Desktop
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Sorry for my BAD English!!
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Cool knuckles. So how do you like Mint 10. Pretty nice huh?
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been awhile

lm10
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[quote="knuckles"]Here my Mint 10 Desktop

I like what you've done with the ambiance window buttons. Nice desktop :)
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ibm450 wrote:been awhile

lm10
Very clean and organised looking desktop, wallpaper suits the desktop. Nice work :)
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New one with GTK Besigi Split/ Window Equinox Light Glass. Icon Faenza Dark/ X11 Mouse Theme Neutral++. :)

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Here's Mine:

http://img574.imageshack.us/img574/1332/screenshoto.png

I combined one of the Ubuntu 10.04 themes with one of the Mint 10 metal icon packs. Slick as a baby's bottom.
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New one. :)

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Mint 10RC. Nothing fancy, simple and functional (for me, at least) CAn't see any problems with the Gnome calendar, or am I looking in the wrong place? :mrgreen:
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Debian with LMDE Meta Package
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Nice desktop mmesantos1 8)
The half-visible spider was just a wee bit creepy...
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Nice desktops Beerislife and redfalcon 8)
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oscar799 wrote:Nice desktop mmesantos1 8)
The half-visible spider was just a wee bit creepy...
Thank you oscar799, sorry about the spider. :shock: :D
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A spider I can see doesn't bother me - but a half-hidden one could be HUGE.... :lol:
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@mmesantos1: I like the blue one MUCH better than the creepy spider. Can you say "arachnophobia"? :lol:
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