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    @Keegan said in Show your desktop:

    Thanks! And Poland? Wow!

    Well, each year I promise my wife to take her abroad next year. :)

    Will code for food.

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    I keep my desktop clean:
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    J.

  • @piotr nice lake, i like the lakesides in poland very much!

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  • @joekamprad said in Show your desktop:

    nice lake, i like the lakesides in poland very much!

    Come and join us nest year. No luxuries but affordable prices, forest and clear water.

    Will code for food.

  • @piotr my wife is from poland ;) from near Poznan…

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  • @piotr said in Show your desktop:

    @joekamprad said in Show your desktop:

    nice lake, i like the lakesides in poland very much!

    Come and join us nest year. No luxuries but affordable prices, forest and clear >water.

    Isn’t the polish government currently massively deforesting poland for financial reasons? I’d be very scared to go to a country where privately organized heavily armed militias are patroling by the way.
    J.

  • @Jeannie____ said in Show your desktop:

    I keep my desktop clean:

    Hehehe. It’s gorgeously… um… constant… and… well, black. Was your computer off when you took that one?

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  • No. That’s my Plasma5 when it idles. Solid black background, panels set to autohide.
    This is how it looks with the panels visible.
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    J.

  • @Jeannie____ said in Show your desktop:

    Isn’t the polish government currently massively deforesting poland for financial reasons?

    It’s not all about the scale, but that they started doing this in the oldest and the most precious forest in this part of Europe. This is a real drama.

    I’d be very scared to go to a country where privately organized heavily armed militias are patroling by the way.

    Lol, no, not yet. :) But they’re doing their best for it to look like this in the future. Hope they’re going to f…k this up, as everything else.

    Will code for food.

  • @Jeannie____ said in Show your desktop:

    No. That’s my Plasma5 when it idles. Solid black background, panels set to autohide.
    This is how it looks with the panels visible.

    Ah… thank you for that explanation! It makes more sense now.

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    @Jeannie____ said in Show your desktop:

    @piotr said in Show your desktop:

    @joekamprad said in Show your desktop:

    nice lake, i like the lakesides in poland very much!

    Come and join us nest year. No luxuries but affordable prices, forest and clear >water.

    Isn’t the polish government currently massively deforesting poland for financial reasons? I’d be very scared to go to a country where privately organized heavily armed militias are patroling by the way.
    J.

    we have only talked about the beautiful nature… IMHO i think politics are bad all over europe: All pray for the idols of money + nothing else!
    [/offtopic]

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  • Well, since my desktop has not changed since my latest post i give you my “Desktop!”

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    Desktop, Server, Nas

    I had 2 simuler screens (2x the right one) that i was going to wall-mount but one broke and I am waiting for the other…

    I make things work…
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  • @izznogooood and no dirty wall of your feeds ;)

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  • @joekamprad said in Show your desktop:

    @izznogooood and no dirty wall of your feeds

    I bet if you painted the wall white, you too could have a dirty wall and join the hall of fame!

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  • My new “Maroto iso” with new themes! DOWNLOAD NOT AVAILABLE YET!
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  • @fernandomaroto i like tilix, but terminator is much more easy to manage… i do automatic starting this system-screen on my i3-setup with it:
    terminator

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  • @joekamprad said in Show your desktop:

    @fernandomaroto i like tilix, but terminator is much more easy to manage… i do automatic starting this system-screen on my i3-setup with it

    When i started using i3 i used both… But since terminator doesn’t have Dropdown like tilix i simple replaced everything with it.

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  • @fernandomaroto said in Show your desktop:

    My new “Maroto iso” with new themes!

    I really like your theme @fernandomaroto! It looks much more modern:grinning:.

    In addition, I really like how you have two browsers available, Opera and Firefox! Those are some of my favorites also. For my use though, Firefox and Vivaldi however tie for first place. I did use Opera for awhile though (about 3 months ago) and really enjoyed it. My favorite part was how they include so many useful things by default, such as VPN, an adblocker, and of course, Opera Turbo mode. Anyways, thank you for updating and improving your ISO! It’s always exciting to see other people’s accomplishments (as well as try them out).

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  • @Keegan We dont wear shoes inside here ;)

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  • @Keegan said in Show your desktop:

    For my use though, Firefox and Vivaldi however tie for first place

    Last time i tested vivaldi i felt it much slower than opera, that’s why i still use the last one (since windows xp). I add here some extensions too, like ublobk origin and popup blocker which impoves a lot the browsing speed and security.

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