Last edited by ingvildr; July 19th, 2008 at 08:20 AM.
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Playing with tint2...
I run most of my applications maximized, and have configured Openbox such that I can perform all the window actions I need to use with keybindings (so I don't really use the window decorations).
In this setup Tint covers the window decorations of maximized windows, and creates a tab-like appearance (see second screenshot to get an idea). I quite like it.
The Gtk theme I use is my own Bygone. The Openbox theme is a modified Bygone.
nice idea urukrama
Last edited by K.Mandla; July 19th, 2008 at 01:27 PM.
Ubuntu user #7247 :: Linux user #409907
I'm using KDE 4.1 RC1. I've got three folders widgets on the left side of the screen (home, desktop, and windows home folder). On the right side, I have rotating pictures of various pictures I've taken over the years, a sticky-note, dictionary, calculator, show desktop, show widgets, comics, moon phase, and logout/lock widgets. KDE 4.1 is the first time I've ever really liked KDE....and I love it. I've been keeping Gnome around just in case, but I really love KDE4.
Icon set: Oxygen
Background: Picture I took at a local park