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    Re: Xubuntu 18.04: system load monitor question

    Quote Originally Posted by flocculant View Post
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    You'd think as someone in Xubuntu Team - you'd at least get the name right, just wait till I catch you in #x-dev


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    Re: Xubuntu 18.04: system load monitor question

    Quote Originally Posted by flocculant View Post
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    It's not actually in the default Xubuntu install afaik
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    Thanks! I got something using sudo apt-get install blackbird-gtk-theme. And its gtk3 theme is still the old-fashioned one without the compiled stuff. I don't know if it's by the Xubuntu team.

    Code:
    /usr/share/themes/Blackbird/gtk-3.0$ ls
    apps  assets  gtk.css  gtk-widgets-assets.css  gtk-widgets-backdrop.css  gtk-widgets.css  settings.ini
    /usr/share/themes/Blackbird/gtk-3.0$
    Whereas Greybird has
    Code:
    /usr/share/themes/Greybird/gtk-3.0$ ls
    apps                 _common.scss      gtk-contained.css        gtk.css            _lightdm-gtk-greeter.scss  settings.ini
    assets               _drawing.scss     gtk-contained-dark.css   gtk-dark.css       _others.scss               _unity.scss
    _colors-public.scss  Gemfile           gtk-contained-dark.scss  gtk.gresource      parse-sass.sh              _xfce.scss
    _colors.scss         _gnome-apps.scss  gtk-contained.scss       gtk.gresource.xml  README
    /usr/share/themes/Greybird/gtk-3.0$

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    Re: Xubuntu 18.04: system load monitor question

    Quote Originally Posted by vasa1 View Post
    Thanks! I got something using sudo apt-get install blackbird-gtk-theme. And its gtk3 theme is still the old-fashioned one without the compiled stuff. I don't know if it's by the Xubuntu team.

    Code:
    /usr/share/themes/Blackbird/gtk-3.0$ ls
    apps  assets  gtk.css  gtk-widgets-assets.css  gtk-widgets-backdrop.css  gtk-widgets.css  settings.ini
    /usr/share/themes/Blackbird/gtk-3.0$
    Whereas Greybird has
    Code:
    /usr/share/themes/Greybird/gtk-3.0$ ls
    apps                 _common.scss      gtk-contained.css        gtk.css            _lightdm-gtk-greeter.scss  settings.ini
    assets               _drawing.scss     gtk-contained-dark.css   gtk-dark.css       _others.scss               _unity.scss
    _colors-public.scss  Gemfile           gtk-contained-dark.scss  gtk.gresource      parse-sass.sh              _xfce.scss
    _colors.scss         _gnome-apps.scss  gtk-contained.scss       gtk.gresource.xml  README
    /usr/share/themes/Greybird/gtk-3.0$
    Even though they are members of both teams, Blackbird is maintained by the Shimmer Project team.

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    Re: Xubuntu 18.04: system load monitor question

    Regarding the original point, I could find this:
    Added a power-saving interval option using upower (if present at build time)
    from http://goodies.xfce.org/projects/pan...temload-plugin. So it's been there since 2012.

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