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Spud13y commented on 5 December 2017 at 5:03 am UTC

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My first successful Arch install! Done the Arch way,of course, even though it took me about 2.5 tries. Not that bad. Had to watch a couple of videos to wrap my brain around a couple of things from the wiki, but hopefully I'm here to stay.

Hamish commented on 3 January 2018 at 4:40 am UTC

First New Desktop of the New Year:

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Again I am just using a variation of my previous wallpapers that have colours that match a festive theme. Other than that little has changed even though I have updated my Zukitwo theme, as I rolled back a few of the changes made to the panels and desktop icons to those of the older version, because I like it that way.

Avehicle7887 commented on 22 January 2018 at 9:41 pm UTC

A new Wallpaper, Icon Set (borrowed from Deepin Linux) & Menu Icon (with my pro Gimp skills). I will sin and and apply a Windows resembling theme at some point (probably XP or 98).

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chancho_zombie commented on 23 January 2018 at 1:31 am UTC

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KDE Desktop with my custom gtk 3 theme, that matches Zenburn.
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MaCroX95 commented on 28 January 2018 at 1:44 pm UTC

I'm enjoying Solus Gnome, great desktop experience. Also happy about Firefox nightly finally featuring Client side decorations As always I like my setup clean and minimalistic.

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callcifer commented on 29 January 2018 at 9:30 pm UTC

My Arch Linux desktop. Not very original, but it gets the job done and looks decent enough

Sadly, my Steam library is way too big for me to ever complete :/

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Hamish commented on 1 February 2018 at 6:38 pm UTC

Now for February:

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Besides the new wallpapers the only other change to report is that I have now finally dumped pnmixer in favour of the Xfce PulseAudio Panel Plugin for volume control. It would not respect my theming for the longest time, but it has since matured.

Xpander commented on 7 February 2018 at 9:27 am UTC

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not many changes, except titlebars removed from applications on the second screen to have more space for the contents (its done automatically on the startup with python script and wmctrl that moves the titlebars, sets the program size and correct locations and marks them sticky, to be able to see them on all workspaces i use)

New/Old wallpaper also, have used thisone before also

BlackBloodRum commented on 9 February 2018 at 7:55 pm UTC

I can't post my normal desktops here because my wallpapers are NSFW :-(.

But here's a SFW version:
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I have a different wallpaper set for each workspace, this is my SFW workspace, used for when visitors are here , all others ar NSFW .

3 Monitors because, 1 & 2 are for desktop usage, #3 is for TV shows/kodi mostly as it is my TV.

One of the reasons I love Linux, XFCE supports using different wallpapers per monitor and per workspace, let's see Windows do that!

So many features Linux has that Windows does not, if you are willing to dig deep enough!

Avehicle7887 commented on 9 February 2018 at 11:12 pm UTC

BlackBloodRumI can't post my normal desktops here because my wallpapers are NSFW :-(.

But here's a SFW version:
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I have a different wallpaper set for each workspace, this is my SFW workspace, used for when visitors are here , all others ar NSFW .

3 Monitors because, 1 & 2 are for desktop usage, #3 is for TV shows/kodi mostly as it is my TV.

One of the reasons I love Linux, XFCE supports using different wallpapers per monitor and per workspace, let's see Windows do that!

So many features Linux has that Windows does not, if you are willing to dig deep enough!

Do you know the name of the place in the first wallpaper? I've seen it numerous times in other pictures but never with the name of the place.

Feature wise Windows is still in the stone age, the file manager to start with is still Win98 style - 1 window per folder (LOL). Meanwhile for several years Linux has Dual Pane and even Tabs which makes file management a hell lot more comfortable.

Then there are workspaces which I believe I've seen in Linux in 2007, that's 11 years ago! To get this feature in Windows (up to 8) you'd have to download a 3rd party program, more than a decade later than Linux, Windows 10 gets one out of the box.

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