• Show your desktop


    My gnome-shell desktop.

    Defaults Antergos themes.

    No dock, no animations, no evolution-data-server, no workspaces.

    Normal view:

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    Overview:

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    Thanks Antergos!!!

  • i3-gnome-dualmonitor setup

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  • Pretty standard

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    KDE
    KTrans

  • That didn’t go well…

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  • @joekamprad i3 gives me Linux nightmares! Too much work! Very difficult to use! I’d rather stay away from i3 and OpenBox! Your setup looks really good though. I bet that was a lot of work!

  • Hi,

    i3 learning curve is high (mainly because many things work with keyboard bindings that you have to memorize).

    If you’re a mouse only kind of user you won’t like it.

    But I can assure you that once you’re past that learning step, you won’t want to use anything else.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiling_window_manager

    Cheers!

  • After switch to i3 caused by totally annoyed by moving windows I can’t handle any others anymore 😎
    And on setup you can benefit from a lot documentations from others (like mine is available on GitHub) and video tutorials.
    But it would nice to have a Gui tool to set-up!

  • deepin:

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    is a buty :)

  • Basic Cinnamon.
    Love how little customization is needed to get a decent look.

    cinnamon

  • Those Adapta themes are really nice. Gnome-Look also has the Adapta Color Pack, which includes many different theme color variants.

  • @ssspacez

    Nice, clean & well organized.

    Looks good!

    GM

  • GNOME on my laptop vs. Openbox on the netbook:

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  • My Antergos XFCE desktop. Pretty standard, but it’s all I need.

    vgy.me

    vgy.me

  • @searedvandal
    i don’t like what they did with Thunar 1.8 and a lot of the XFCE aspects. thunar 1.8 now uses ugly fixed symbolic icons for $HOME back and fourth arrow buttons. had to downgrade to thunar 1.6.15 just so i can keep my theme somewhat consistent. why do developers do this? 💩

  • @trytip

    To be completely honest, I haven’t noticed that. I don’t really pay much attention to the icons whenever Thunar is open. But I’m sure that’s all I’m gonna notice now that you’ve made me aware of it :)

  • @trytip ha ha same here now i see it, and i do not know why devs do so, thats may the almighty “nexus” between gtk and GNOME …

  • Changed my i3-thinkpad setup, change to i3blocks to add a rofi power down menu and app-starter:

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