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    Re: Artistic August Screen Shot Thread

    Haven't been running linux for a while now, other than for some light system administration, so here is my current windows desktop. Also, currently i'm attending university studies, so we use quite a...
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    Re: Terminology with object relationships

    I saw another guy ask pretty much the same question here; http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9786355/python-object-hierarchy-referencing-an-owner-instance, but he referred to an objects "owner" (what...
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    Terminology with object relationships

    Although i understand the relationship between parent and child classes, i'm not quite sure about the relationship (the terminology that is) between an object created within another object.
    To...
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    Re: Ubuntu used to be brown.

    I love how this turned into a discussion about the 70s! :)
    Also, considering i seem to be a minority regarding brown (or orange), i shall simply have to create a new flavor of ubuntu. I present...
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    Re: Ubuntu used to be brown.

    Judging from that, 6.06 (dapper drake) is where i began using ubuntu. It was nice. My favorite being 8.04 (hardy heron). It (IMHO) all went downhill after 10.10 (maverick meerkat).

    Well,...
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    Re: Ubuntu used to be brown.

    Thanks for the tip. If i have the time perhaps i will try that out. It's more to it than just the choice of desktop though. It was the sum total of a great many elements that did fit together so very...
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    Ubuntu used to be brown.

    I liked brown. Not such a fan of purple though. Or unity for that matter.
    The warm fuzzy feeling i once had for ubuntu is gone.
    Sad thing that.
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    Re: Recent Gnome Shell.. very ugly.

    I agree that the little circles stand out, and that the new system menu gathering multiple functions up in one only needlessly complicates things in 3.10. It wasn't just for the sake of change...
  9. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 12.04/12.10 on Macbook Pro 8,2. From BIOS-mode to EFI

    Also, i did install macfanctld in the hope that my MBP would stay as cool as when running OSX, but it doesn't. I wouldn't say it super hot, but you can feel the difference allright. Any tips on...
  10. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 12.04/12.10 on Macbook Pro 8,2. From BIOS-mode to EFI

    Thanks for the work you've done. I wouldn't advice editing grub.cfg directly though because grub.cfg is rewritten everytime update-grub is called, which can be quite often. So this what you do:
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    Re: New MacPro - Ubuntu Surprise (EFI)

    You can download the disk image and transfer it to a usb stick to reinstall ML just like you used to do with a DVD. If you purchased it preinstalled, hold option (alt) while clicking the "installed"...
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    Re: New MacPro - Ubuntu Surprise (EFI)

    Hi. I'd recommend buying another HD for ubuntu and windows, that way you wont have to deal with a hybrid GPT/MBT partition table and the limitations that follow.
    If you just want to run a...
  13. Thread: Old Theme?

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    Re: Old Theme?

    I must say i miss the old themes as well even after migrating user profile info to the left. That was crazy though, stacking everything on top...! Bad default setting if you ask me. Lots of users is...
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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    That's sooo smooth! GTK+XFWM+Icon details please... :)
  15. Re: One simple thing that could make gnome 3 soooo MUCH better!

    Hurray! Great minds think alike! Compiz and kwin also has "smart" window placement (and quite a few more window placement modes). Cascading is sooo 1999. Why would i want all my windows to default to...
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    Re: getting it off ones chest

    Be glad you never had to use samsung's "pc companion" back in the days. What a horrible, horrible experience. And to top it off, the skin it used (as if everything else wasn't bad enough) sucked...
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    Re: Awesome August screenshots

    http://i.imgur.com/gcYy5l.jpg
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    Gnome-Shell Remix 12.04
    Bridge GTK (adwaita for gtk2 and gtk3)
    Faience Claire icon theme
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    [ubuntu] Re: aspire v5-171 linux ready?

    I'm kind of interested of buying this notebook myself. Did you eventually buy it, and if so, how does it run ubuntu 12.04?
  19. [SOLVED] Re: Running too may separate X screens in one display

    You're not alone. It shouldn't happen if you choose a twinview or xinerama setup though. Personally i get wierd window placement behaviour in any other mode than separate x screens, so i feel those...
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    Re: OSX Mountain Lion

    Apple indeed makes some stellar hardware. I'm just don't get why pc manufacturers seem to think shiny plastic with small touchpads and bad lcd's is nice. I have money! Build it and i will buy it. But...
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    Re: Jocular July screenshots

    You gotta love that "old" gnome2 look! That wallpaper isn't too shabby either. Great contrasts. Just installed the most recent centos release to have a dose of that pre unity/gnome3/faenza desktop...
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    How do i find quality apps on android?

    Figured someone might know a thing or two of how to find high quality apps for android other than the much dreaded trial and error method...
    Searching the "play store" for android, and also iOSs...
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    Re: Technology is moving too fast

    Well, it's nice to know that after tens of thousands of years of evolution, and with our capacity to out-think other predators, the fight-or-flight reflex is apparently still our biggest asset. :-P...
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    Re: Technology is moving too fast

    Well, you read my mind here i got to say. Perhaps i'm not alone after all, hehe.
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    Re: Technology is moving too fast

    Well, i can't aregue with that. My only complaint would be that they keep us locked in to buying bleeding edge tech, both software and hardware wise. If you're not buying the latest, then you don't...
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