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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

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    @cetoka: Thank you.


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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    Quote Originally Posted by fog View Post
    @cetoka: Thank you.


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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    Quote Originally Posted by fog View Post
    @cetoka: Thank you.


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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    That is a well crafted desk I find it hard to see the window borders though, is that terminal inside a window or directly on the desktop? (You can do that with a widget in KDE, don't know if it's possible in XFCE)
    Last edited by Erik1984; February 20th, 2013 at 11:04 AM. Reason: writing window with capital W ... not good :P
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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    @ Artificial Intelligence, Jakin, goldshirt9, Euroman:

    Thank you very much for your kind words.

    I find it hard to see the window borders though, is that terminal inside a window or directly on the desktop?
    It's a borderless window for terminator. With openbox you can choose borders or not.
    Here you are a "normal" window:

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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    and now with different wallpaper...


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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    For the time being I popped back over to my regular Unity install. There's definitely a sense of cleanliness with Unity. KDE takes the cake with an absurd amount of customizable options, but Unity just feels clean and simple while still giving me the main options I want. Plus KDE's font rendering hurts my eyes. We'll see who takes the cake down the road though... definitely a ton of good from both environments.

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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    @ ringi nice work.
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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Roasted View Post
    For the time being I popped back over to my regular Unity install. There's definitely a sense of cleanliness with Unity. KDE takes the cake with an absurd amount of customizable options, but Unity just feels clean and simple while still giving me the main options I want. Plus KDE's font rendering hurts my eyes. We'll see who takes the cake down the road though... definitely a ton of good from both environments.

    Current desktop. All stock, icons adjusted to 32px.

    Yeah Unity is just more polished, especially when you compare the default look. That's why I have switched back and forth between Ubuntu and Kubuntu ever since 11.04. You can tweak the font settings in KDE to make it better, I'm quite satisfied with my current settings. It's very hard to get the Ubuntu quality though. No idea what Ubuntu is doing with the fonts but it's something awesome.
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