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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    Quote Originally Posted by DobsonM View Post
    it seems your urls went kablooey

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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    Quote Originally Posted by GafftheHorse View Post
    Simple Openbox with Tint2 panel for a purple Acer Aspire One Netbook

    [IMG]file:///home/jtees/Pictures/Screenshot from 2013-02-04 14:20:54.png[/IMG]
    Oh, wow, that's fun. The one thing I find myself appreciating whenever I use a Windows 7 install (have not yet owned 8) is the ease with which it can be made pink. The purple is weird, striking, and quirky.

    I'm ridiculously happy with my current setup with Pantheon on 12.04. All the bits just seem to be working together for once. I couldn't believe that Plank actually properly supports Chrome webapps, totally without fuss.

    Clean and with some windows open in a highly improbable arrangement.





    Edit: Oh, DobsonM, what's that panel you're using? Is that a Cinnamon arrangement?
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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Copper Bezel View Post
    Oh, wow, that's fun. The one thing I find myself appreciating whenever I use a Windows 7 install (have not yet owned 8) is the ease with which it can be made pink. The purple is weird, striking, and quirky.

    I'm ridiculously happy with my current setup with Pantheon on 12.04. All the bits just seem to be working together for once. I couldn't believe that Plank actually properly supports Chrome webapps, totally without fuss.

    Clean and with some windows open in a highly improbable arrangement.





    Edit: Oh, DobsonM, what's that panel you're using? Is that a Cinnamon arrangement?
    No it is a slightly edited gnome shell theme, Sud http://browse.deviantart.com/?qh=&se...q=Sud#/d5ooker

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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Copper Bezel View Post
    I'm ridiculously happy with my current setup with Pantheon on 12.04. All the bits just seem to be working together for once. I couldn't believe that Plank actually properly supports Chrome webapps, totally without fuss.
    I was actually able to do that with Docky when I was test-running Peppermint OS... a Lubuntu-based distro that's centered on web apps. Granted, not all the web apps I ran were Chrome apps, but I had them made in Ice and dragged them from where the .desktop files were into Docky with no fuss.

    That aside, I have another screenshot of my Arch Linux install.

    Full-size screenshots here:
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...rch2rosa-2.jpg

    This is largely the same desktop as in the previous screenshot, except for maybe a tweak or two to the desktop. Aside from a few Docky additions (that aren't seen due to the ROSA Launcher), I'm now running ROSA Launcher instead of Takeoff Launcher. As nice of an app launcher as Takeoff Launcher is, it still lacks the ability to shutdown/logoff/suspend directly from the launcher, unlike Kickoff, Lancelot, and ROSA Launcher. To me, that's a crucial feature.

    On top of that, this is the latest stable vanilla ROSA Launcher, which comes with a solid background image. I disabled the background, preferring my translucent Plasma widget theme, and I recolored the Lock and Shutdown buttons to match my Hatsune Miku theme.

    Tweaking sure is fun... and is the real beauty of most Linux DE's.

    note: I also included my previous screenshot to illustrate KWin's Blur effect on transparent Plasma widgets and windows

    Computer: Desktop
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    Plasma Theme: Amakage (from KDE-Look)
    Window Theme: Oxygen Transparent (from AUR)
    Color Scheme: Obsidian Miku (modified from Obsidian Coast)
    Left Wallpaper: custom-made Vocaloid 2 "Hatsune Miku Collage 1" (16:9 version)
    Right Wallpaper: custom-made Vocaloid 2 "Hatsune Miku Collage 2" (16:10 version)
    Icons: Oxygencolors v6.2 (Cyan color)
    Dock: Docky ... features include: Anchor logo removed using gconf, Custom launchers for ROSA Launcher, Plasma Activities, Dolphin, and link to my Zelda fanfiction... all with custom icons, all pre-made before dropping into Docky
    Special Features: Dual displays; ROSA Launcher (with recolored Lock/Shutdown icons and no background image) (from AUR)
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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    DobsonM, thanks for the clarification. Very cool - it's getting hard to tell user-modified Shell from the 50 different Mutter forks in play right now. = ) But it's very attractive.

    Quote Originally Posted by viperdman
    I was actually able to do that with Docky when I was test-running Peppermint OS... a Lubuntu-based distro that's centered on web apps. Granted, not all the web apps I ran were Chrome apps, but I had them made in Ice and dragged them from where the .desktop files were into Docky with no fuss.
    Yeah, and Plank is a Docky fork. It used to work with DockBarX and Unity, I think, but Chrome changed their handling of webapps, the windows identified themselves differently, and the docks couldn't tell them apart again.

    With Plank (and presumably Docky) now, it's as simple as going to Chrome's menu to create an "application shortcut" for the "applications menu," running the app, and pinning it to the dock - no command line or file managing involved - although I still edit the .desktop files to make the icons Faenza instead of the default favicon. = ) (Oh, and I should say, that works whether or not the site is a Chrome webapp.)

    As nice of an app launcher as Takeoff Launcher is, it still lacks the ability to shutdown/logoff/suspend directly from the launcher, unlike Kickoff, Lancelot, and ROSA Launcher. To me, that's a crucial feature.
    Yeah, I'm used to having a Quit menu indicator, but I like that Synapse offers session actions, too. I guess it was not so bad all those years of Windows putting Shut Down in the Start menu. = )

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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    Playing with Manjaro XFCE... Really nice!
    The conky is an old script that I had somewhere, I think I got it from the .conkyrc thread at UbuntuForums.


    Click to see in full 1366x768 resolution

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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    linux Mint 14 kde


    just a messing.
    nice O/S faster at loading wireless Internet than Ubuntu 12.04 lts, which can be a pain .
    yes i'm a nood



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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    “Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can."

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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    I Like the Wallpaper!

    Here's Mine.
    Raring Ringtail daily build.(Very Nice by the way)
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    Re: Fabulous February's Screenshot thread

    Quote Originally Posted by VinDSL View Post
    nVidia rulez!


    Looks Great! Would Love to see those temps been around 18 F to
    We made it to 27 F Today but the Inversion Sucks. SLC Ut

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