Thread: Screenshots of your desktops... Let's see them!

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    Screenshots of your desktops... Let's see them!

    Anyone have a customized desktop?

    Here is mine:
    Screenshots of your desktops... Let's see them!-desktop_arch01-jpg
    Last edited by Annonymous; 06-03-2012 at 06:29 PM.

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    Don't get too excited!
    WM: fvwm 2.6.2, custom theme and config
    DE: none
    Xfce Terminal 0.4.8
    GKrellM 2.3.5

    The distro is gentoo but that doesn't make any visible difference -- it looks exactly the same when I use Fedora or Debian. The art is Gusti Boucher (background) and Vlad Studio (in the terminal).

    I wanted to have a little xsnow going but it's not installed on my laptop currently. Actually it's probably not on my desktop either, lol.

    Notice there's <400mb of mem used with 9 desktops, FF10, gvim, gimp, slypheed, midnight commander x2, and a few terminals and little things runnning.

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    Moved. This isn't about programming.
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    Good old pure Mac!

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    You call it customized just because you added a fancy background?! I can do that too!
    Feel the power of my ubuntu!

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    Background: The peak of Destiny!!!
    Last edited by GReaper; 06-05-2012 at 07:54 AM.
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    Debian with fluxbox...the menu is never used...

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    That's pretty. Is that Zelda Skyward Sword fan art?
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    Ah, makes sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GReaper View Post
    You call it customized just because you added a fancy background?! I can do that too!
    Feel the power of my ubuntu!

    Screenshots of your desktops... Let's see them!-mydesktop-jpg
    Background: The peak of Destiny!!!
    No, I call it customized because it is lol I started off with just a tty login and built up the desktop. I chose and built my own WM, login screen, background, and installed cairo-dock. Arch doesn't automatically come with a UI like ubuntu. Everything must be built by the user.

    Not as cool as MK's but I think it's pretty cool looking!
    Last edited by Annonymous; 06-05-2012 at 10:02 PM.

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    I'd post mine, but it is extremely "minimalist". It is just the background image until you hit a key or click the mouse.

    @whiteflags: Do you know the artist for that? It is gorgeous. I'd like to see more.

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    >> You call it customized just because you added a fancy background?

    I guess not, but the cleaner the interface, the better for me. Must be something to do with age!

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    Quote Originally Posted by phantomotap View Post
    @whiteflags: Do you know the artist for that? It is gorgeous. I'd like to see more.
    Yes I do. More of the artist's things can be found here. He also has a page on pixiv, but pixiv is a walled garden anyway.

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    Here's mine.
    Not too much customized on the surface, though...as the standard KDE 4.8.3 interface works very well for me.
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