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Show off your desktop - July 2008

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You know the trick. ;)

 

Here is mine.

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Edited by arctic
slightly changed desktop-design

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My nice new CentOS 5.2 x86_64 desktop with Xen Virtualisation on the go, and, ahem, Windows XP :o

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I downloaded blackwhite gloss from gnome-look.org. There's a few other sets. I've been using since the standard set came out and then switched to gloss. There's also neon and some others too :)

 

No need to search, just go to icons and highest rated - there more or less at the top :)

 

At least I'm hoping your referring to the Gnome ones, and not the Windows icons :lol2:

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Mandriva Linux 2008.1 with Arch's KDEMod theme:

 

 

 

Superkaramba themes: upper right corner - SoundMania 3.0.0

Above kicker: my own monitoring theme

 

:D :D

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And mine:

 

What are you using for your launchers (top and bottom)?

 

I've been looking for an easy-to-use, easy-to-configure launcher that will work with KDE, preferably without requiring compiz (since it b0rked my KDE last time I tried to install it)

 

I don't care if the configuration involves text files, I'm good with that, as long as it can accept a command that has multiple command-line options like a wine launcher.

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What are you using for your launchers (top and bottom)?

 

I've been looking for an easy-to-use, easy-to-configure launcher that will work with KDE, preferably without requiring compiz (since it b0rked my KDE last time I tried to install it)

 

I don't care if the configuration involves text files, I'm good with that, as long as it can accept a command that has multiple command-line options like a wine launcher.

The bottom launcher is called Kooldock I think it's a fork of KxDocker (or maybe it's the other way round). I downloaded the .rpm from here:
http://rpmlinux.org/

It's real easy to configure by right-clicking the dock. The top launcher is the stock kde panel just configured with a reflective skin.

Edited by {BBI}Nexus{BBI}

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That's the bottom one too?

 

I will have to see if it's available for gentoo. I'm sure it is, but sometimes you have to check.

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You know the trick. ;)

 

Here is mine.

 

Arctic,

 

It this an Xfce based desktop? And the bottom panel...?

Edited by kfoss

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{BBI}Nexus{BBI},

 

So you used Kooldock on the bottom. I believe that the top bar is KDE, right? Do you need to hide the KDE bottom bar to use Kooldock?

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