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    Re: Iulius Screenshots

    1. I've gone KDE.
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    Re: Iulius Screenshots

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    Re: Iulius Screenshots

    Hi! This is Kubuntu 14.04. Desktop background is an image I made using Bryce 7 Pro. Dock is Cairo and desktop widgets are KDE. Movie is Avatar showing
    on Dragon Player. Browser is Chrome.

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    Smile Re: Iulius Screenshots

    Only started messing with terminal 2 weeks ago. with a raspberry pi which I bought out of curiosity (and killed).

    Dont like unity much, but rather than ditch Ubuntu, I looked at ways to change my interface.

    I kinda rolled my own in the most basic of ways. Im quite happy with myself, considering im a total epic newb at this.

    This is still Ubuntu.....just my own flavour.

    I added Classic Menu Indicator via terminal. Changed the colour of the windows etc and got it to hide the Unity sidebar, using Unity Tweak Tool. Then added Lubuntu Dependancies, etc via terminal. And Cairo Doc via terminal.

    The Pink Vampire Clock Gerbil is just a skin in Mac Slows Cairo clock. Still have to click Cairo on after booting into Ubuntu..Havent worked out how to make it come on auto yet. But im happy.

    Last edited by pizzalover1974; July 16th, 2014 at 03:01 AM.

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    Re: Iulius Screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by pizzalover1974 View Post
    Only started messing with terminal 2 weeks ago. with a raspberry pi which I bought out of curiosity (and killed).

    Dont like unity much, but rather than ditch Ubuntu, I looked at ways to change my interface.

    I kinda rolled my own in the most basic of ways. Im quite happy with myself, considering im a total epic newb at this.

    This is still Ubuntu.....just my own flavour.

    I added Classic Menu Indicator via terminal. Changed the colour of the windows etc and got it to hide the Unity sidebar, using Unity Tweak Tool. Then added Lubuntu Dependancies, etc via terminal. And Cairo Doc via terminal.

    The Pink Vampire Clock Gerbil is just a skin in Mac Slows Cairo clock. Still have to click Cairo on after booting into Ubuntu..Havent worked out how to make it come on auto yet. But im happy.

    Looks nice. In the cairo dock menu its supposed to have a setting to launch the dock at startup
    Last edited by digitaljmd; July 16th, 2014 at 05:25 AM.

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    Re: Iulius Screenshots

    Looks nice. In the cairo dock menu its supposed to have a setting to launch the dock at startup
    Cool..I'll look for that .

    Update: Found it...It was right under my nose.
    Last edited by pizzalover1974; July 16th, 2014 at 02:19 PM.

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    Re: Iulius Screenshots

    Kubuntu. Trusty.

    I think the wallpaper was called "hex grid" or "hex fiber"

    On the left is a conky (actually composed of several) that seems to keep getting more elaborate.

    On the right is yakuake showing four terminals.

    Clean

    screensnap25.jpg

    Dirty

    screensnap26.jpg
    Last edited by QIII; July 17th, 2014 at 02:56 PM.
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    Re: Iulius Screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by QIII View Post
    Kubuntu. Trusty.

    I think the wallpaper was called "hex grid" or "hex fiber"

    On the left is a conky (actually composed of several) that seems to keep getting more elaborate.

    On the right is yakuake showing four terminals.

    Clean

    screensnap25.jpg

    Dirty

    screensnap26.jpg
    Look at all that screen real estate!

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    Re: Iulius Screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by nerdtron View Post
    Look at all that screen real estate!
    5760 x 1080, baby!
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    Re: Iulius Screenshots

    Well i've been messing about some more with my Ubuntu install..

    This time with LXDE (based on the Lubuntu dependencies I added earlier to my original Ubuntu install) and Conky Manager (gui).

    Google is so useful for finding out stuff. Am epic newb (started playing with terminal about almost 3 weeks ago). But already massively improving my original Ubuntu install.

    YAY!! This is fun.

    Last edited by pizzalover1974; July 20th, 2014 at 03:48 PM.

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