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I'd always used light themes, but the theme I was using (mojave-light) started to get buggy with GNOME 40 and Firefox Proton. I begun to search for a new theme, but I couldn't find one that could become a replacement. I decided to finally give using a dark theme a try.

I switched to arc-dark. I used to use arc-darker a long time ago, back when I was using the now-defunct Antergos. It's great that jnsh picked up the maintainership of it so that arc could live again.

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Last edited by DoctorJunglist on 25 June 2021 at 12:06 pm UTC
Supay 25 Jun
Quoting: Vortex_AcheronticFirst time sway and Wayland. I like it a lot. Wish nVidia would catch up a lot faster with proper Wayland support so my main desktop could move over too :(

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I have used i3wm for ages and went to Sway recently. Absolutely love it. Far more developed than the last time I tried and so much quicker and easier to setup than X, with far fewer packages needed. And all those random extra text config files I can drop now, with nearly everything now just in the Sway config file. Had a blast with it and only a few small issues, mostly with the few remaining items that need a kick to recognise Wayland properly (Firefox and Signal) or needed XWayland to run.

Then my AMD GPU went and died. So now weeping on an Nvidia 960 borrowed from a friend on a hastily installed Ubuntu Gnome setup. Usually Arch but also ran into the Nvidia 460/465 DisplayPort bug and was trying to work that out, and only did so eventually when testing Ubuntu and realised the 460 server Nvidia drivers worked. And too tired to rebuild now until I can get rid of this Nvidia card/Nvidia provide actual support. So, here is to the crypto crash, GPUs not costing more than my car, and a return to Sway so I can post some pictures too.
Cyril 30 Jun
Quoting: DoctorJunglistI'd always used light themes, but the theme I was using (mojave-light) started to get buggy with GNOME 40 and Firefox Proton. I begun to search for a new theme, but I couldn't find one that could become a replacement. I decided to finally give using a dark theme a try.

I switched to arc-dark. I used to use arc-darker a long time ago, back when I was using the now-defunct Antergos. It's great that jnsh picked up the maintainership of it so that arc could live again.

Nice to see the icon of Lagrange.
andy155 11 Jul
https://i.imgur.com/PaSgl5M.png

Last edited by andy155 on 11 July 2021 at 9:13 am UTC
Hamish 4 days ago
Posting at close to the last possible minute but here is July:
https://www.deviantart.com/hamishpaulwilson/art/July-2021-Desktop-Arch-Linux-and-Xfce-887439824
scaine 3 days ago
I last posted back in March, nearly five months ago. Other than a few theme tweaks and a new wallpaper, not a huge amount has changed, despite a full re-install!

Scaine's desktop showing Pop_OS running gnome 3.38, with neofetch and nautilus windows
Hamish 3 days ago
And now I am posting bright and early for August:
https://www.deviantart.com/hamishpaulwilson/art/August-2021-Desktop-Arch-Linux-and-Xfce-887546759

Not that I have been playing either of those from this machine, but whatever.
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