Unofficial Post Your Linux Mint Desktop Thread

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dante19992 wrote:
Leit wrote:fooling around with arch and fluxbox again... i really like the arch-wallpaper-set...
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Fluxbox looks nice. How would you rate it featurewise?
Mhm it's ok.. it's a bit hard to get used to at the start, but it looks nice, is fast and i like the system for my Laptop... for work on Laptop/Netbook it's much better than Unity or Gnome Shell (my opinion).. you can edit the look as you like (if you get how to do it xD) it's a lot of "textwork", but it's nice... programwise it's ok it runs all gtk programs without any problems ... ok QT/KDE programs look as stupid as they do on gnome/xfce and elsewhere expecting KDE, but thats a QT-"problem" :lol: .
You're free to let it look like you want relatively easy, but this is something which all DE's (expecting super usabillaty Gnome with it's gconf editor :roll: ) do.
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..."and now for something completely different" (work in progress)
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Wow!
That has to be the reddest theme I've ever seen 8)
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Oscar799 wrote:Wow!
That has to be the reddest theme I've ever seen 8)
yep! :lol:
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one of my fav theme.. WoW theme from gnome-look.org.. with nautilus elementary clutterflow..
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red, but less...
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Lou, if it matters, I like the "Red but Less" better. Plus it is closer to your dark theming tendencies.
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dawgdoc wrote:Lou, if it matters, I like the "Red but Less" better. Plus it is closer to your dark theming tendencies.
opinions always matter. and I like it better as well. I was working on an all red theme just because I never see them. was just something to play with. 8)
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lKingjr wrote:red, but less...
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wow, me likey, ya got that up on gnome-look? i'll take 2 plz
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lKingjr wrote:..."and now for something completely different" (work in progress)
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Both of your Red themes look good . . . but, personally I love the Red-Red one best.

You can never have too much black or too much red . . . or too much sugar. :lol:
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well gosh, thanks all.

just some info...
the Red-Red theme is recolored Atolm available on gnome-look.org. you just need to use lxappearance to set the reds
the Red, But Less theme is Synapse, ditto
the window theme is recolored Fearless on box-look.org
the icons on RR are a mix of ACYL and Mint-X
the icons on RBL are straight ACYL

in case one couldn't tell. this is LM10 LXDE.

I'm using xcompmgr and transset-df for the transparencies etc.
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Nice work Lou, well you knew I liked it. :D
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Nice Work Lou, i like the "less" red theme.

Fooling around with arch and xfce... again and again and again :lol:

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OK so this is my UE 2.9 running updated kernel. :D
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mmesantos1 wrote:OK so this is my UE 2.9 running updated kernel. :D
purdy... :D
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lKingjr wrote:
mmesantos1 wrote:OK so this is my UE 2.9 running updated kernel. :D
purdy... :D
Aw Shucks, thanks Lou. :D
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Nice desktop guys.. :)

here is mine for now.. taking TechnoPars wallpaper from devianart as an inspiration (credits to the artist)
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@feed3: this is the biggest conky i've ever seen. But it looks really good :lol: . Where did you get it from? :D
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Leit wrote:@feed3: this is the biggest conky i've ever seen. But it looks really good :lol: . Where did you get it from? :D
yeah, the biggest conky i ever made.. :) coz i take the wallpaper as it's base.

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feed3 wrote:
Leit wrote:@feed3: this is the biggest conky i've ever seen. But it looks really good :lol: . Where did you get it from? :D
yeah, the biggest conky i ever made.. :) coz i take the wallpaper as it's base.
but the idea is really cool... replacing a big/colourfull wallpaper with a big conky.
*i should steel the idea and make a distro with such a conkywall :twisted: * (just a joke^^)
It is interesting the way we create complex and powerful tools to save us
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