There you go. Your setup is probably as different from mine as a modern chrome and glass living room with tailored scents misting from a fancy electric gizmo is from a wood and leather library/den smelling of an early 20th century tobacconist's shop. But both are fine - for those who enjoy them.BG405 wrote: ↑Sat May 16, 2020 3:45 pmThat'll be the "Desktop Cube" which is available (and I have enabled) in KDE Plasma 5. May also have been present in Plasma 4 too and possibly also available in, or for, Xfce.
I take pleasure from having some of these fancy effects, like Wobbly Windows etc.. As for Mint, I do quite like the default themes. Especially the dark ones.
Thank you. I did not intend to put so much thought into such a simple thing. But I will go one more, which might illustrate our points nicely (maybe).
In my opinion - which is likely the only kind of answer a thread like this could generate - the most pleasing [i[default[/i] color scheme I have ever personally seen was on the first computer I ever owned. That was the Commodore VIC-20, and I still remember how, when I flipped the power switch, it immediately and proudly stated...
"...3,583 BYTES FREE"
I'll take whatever Mint offers and like it, lol.