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    Re: August April Screenshots

    gtk-theme DebianRed
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    Icons Nuvola theme (a lot of the xfce4-panel icons are personalized ones, the screenshots don't show the icon set very well).
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    2 Desktops running on Debian 7 (Wheezy) XFCE (with gnome-shell/fallback installed alongside the basic xfce install).

    First is xfdesktop with a "customised ubuntu-conky" and screenlets, the screenlets clock and ringsensors are set up to overlap the conky (which puts its border around them). gdevilspie keeps the conky below all windows and the screenlets are set as normal windows (no above or below settings activated, keeps them above the conky but will drop them below other normal windows)



    Second is the Nautilus desktop which appears after a toggle switch, on the xfce4-panel with the workspace switcher (or via an easystroke mouse gesture), is operated.



    Third is after a wmctrl script is operated to shift the nautilus desktop down half a screen (this is all over 2 monitors, both are 1920x1080).



    Last is after the another wmctrl script has shifted xfdesktop down half, nautilus is reset to fullscreen with a mouse gesture, and the desktops are toggled to put xfdesktop in front again.



    Check the screenlet clock seconds hand for screenshot timings

    If you're wondering why anyone would want 52 workspaces; changing the workspace is set up, through a memory resident wmctrl script, to change the background wallpaper as well on changing to the next workspace.

    Now all I need to do is find enough widescreen wallpapers to fill about 80+ more spots, only got about 8 of the 52 spots per desktop filled so far

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    Re: August April Screenshots

    Netbook - XFCE Session 14.04 Animus GTK- ACYL Icons
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    Re: August April Screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by Frogs Hair View Post
    Netbook - XFCE Session 14.04 Animus GTK- ACYL Icons
    that is mighty fine.
    Hows it run on a netbook ?
    looks like i could use that on my old Toshiba netbook
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    Re: August April Screenshots

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    Re: August April Screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by hg-knight View Post
    that is mighty fine.
    Hows it run on a netbook ?
    looks like i could use that on my old Toshiba netbook

    Thanks ,XFCE runs very well, but I have plenty of resources and I like to have an alternative desktop use. E18 is not ready for 14.04 , the Gnome Shell 3.10 is my least favorite so far. A minimal installation + XFCE and not Xubuntu would be pretty fast on older hardware, but it depends on what programs you add.
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    Re: August April Screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by Frogs Hair View Post
    Thanks ,XFCE runs very well, but I have plenty of resources and I like to have an alternative desktop use. E18 is not ready for 14.04 , the Gnome Shell 3.10 is my least favorite so far. A minimal installation + XFCE and not Xubuntu would be pretty fast on older hardware, but it depends on what programs you add.
    Have you ever tried Openbox?

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    Re: August April Screenshots

    Lubuntu 14.04 LTS
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    Re: August April Screenshots

    Welcome back loukingjr
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    Re: August April Screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by Erik1984 View Post
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    Re: August April Screenshots

    Xubuntu 14.04 on a Lenovo T400 ThinkPad.

    Other than minor customization, I never stray too far from a stock install:
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