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    Re: Linux Window managers with screenshots

    On Xubuntu - BeOS homage - an old fashioned look:
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    Re: Linux Window managers with screenshots

    This is very good idea, I like to see how users customise there website. But I would please ask to include what exactly you use it to customise it. What theme, scripts and addons you have used =) Thank you so much for great post.

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    Re: Linux Window managers with screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by TuxLyn View Post
    This is very good idea, I like to see how users customise there website. But I would please ask to include what exactly you use it to customise it. What theme, scripts and addons you have used =) Thank you so much for great post.
    Huh? These are pictures of desktops and window managers. Not websites.

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    Re: Linux Window managers with screenshots

    @cherva, EvilWM looks very nice, kind of like hacker style in a way.

    @Copper Bezel, What theme, and bars do you use ?

    @Legendary_Bibo, Have you how GNOME3 looks yet (http://gnome3.org/) ? It will be relased with Ubuntu 11.04 next month.

    @forrestcupp, Is this windows 7 ?

    @CraigPaleo, What theme in KWin do you use ?

    @NormanFLinux, LOL Why not just use Windows 95 then ?

    @wojox, What about websites ?

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    Re: Linux Window managers with screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by forrestcupp View Post
    DWM

    DWM = Damn Windows Machine? lol

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    Re: Linux Window managers with screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by TuxLyn View Post
    @forrestcupp, Is this windows 7 ?
    http://www.activewin.com/screenshots/windows7/

    It's a pre-beta (hence the "Send Feedback.") Please also note the lighthouse icon.
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    Re: Linux Window managers with screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by TuxLyn View Post
    @cherva, EvilWM looks very nice, kind of like hacker style in a way.
    Yes. It is finished loading before I can move my finger from the Enter key when I log in and the only thing you can do on a default config is Ctrl+Alt+Enter = Terminal. Blazing fast and it gives me around 10 to 15 FPS more when I play something.

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    Re: Linux Window managers with screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by TuxLyn View Post
    @NormanFLinux, LOL Why not just use Windows 95 then ?
    How does that follow at all?

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    Re: Linux Window managers with screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by Lucradia View Post
    GNOME and KDE aren't window managers.

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    Re: Linux Window managers with screenshots

    I usually use Metacity, but lately I've been playing around with other window managers. I would post my openbox screenshot but since openbox has already been posted, will post my awesome window manager screenshot instead.

    Cheers
    PS: It's a tilting window manager, in case you don't know.
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