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#101 2019-02-02 19:50:15

dxrobertson
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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Hercules mainframe IBM emulator running MVS 3.8, with a TSO terminal session. 

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#102 2019-02-03 00:17:39

zephyr
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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

dxrobertson wrote:
Recently switched over to LXQT.  Running all Beowulf and recent LXQT 0.14 from Unstable.  Very Happy with LXQT progress.

Honestly, haven't taken a serious look at anything QT, like your screenies and might have to do just that! cool

Used Lxde before switching to Xfce and did think Lxde was a great DE, very fast and lean. Will have to explore LxQT and see what is happening! Many Thanks! wink

cheers

zephyr

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#103 2019-02-03 01:44:44

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

zephyr wrote:

Honestly, haven't taken a serious look at anything QT, like your screenies and might have to do just that! cool

Used Lxde before switching to Xfce and did think Lxde was a great DE, very fast and lean. Will have to explore LxQT and see what is happening!


I had bounced back and forth between LXDE and XFCE for years, then at some point LXDE became frozen in time; so XFCE has been desktop of choice ever since.  Recently, I had noticed I was having trouble interfacing with GTK based apps; mainly with scrolling. I seem to be always fighting the interface to get done what I need to do.  Frustration set in, so decided to  give an old friend LXDE, now LXQT at try.  I find QT interface more intuitive and clean, for me at least.  Give it try!

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#104 2019-02-03 02:52:54

ChuangTzu
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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

^ I second this.  LXQt team is doing a great job, I highly recommend it.

You might like these:

LXDE & LXQt - The Classic Desktop Environments After 12 Years
https://dev1galaxy.org/viewtopic.php?id=2320

Remove or Add Desktop icons to LXQt
https://dev1galaxy.org/viewtopic.php?id=2185

Last edited by ChuangTzu (2019-02-03 02:54:55)

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#105 2019-02-03 10:05:12

zephyr
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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

dxrobertson wrote:
I find QT interface more intuitive and clean, for me at least.  Give it try!

Same history with Lxde, Xfce for a very short period and over to CrunchBang!

Thanks, like to keep up with changes and see how things are with other DE's, basically a Wm person but need to know about dependencies too! smile

cheers

zephyr

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#106 2019-02-03 11:15:04

Panopticon
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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

^ and if you like really flashy kde style themes you can use kvantum through lxqt, i tried it but didnt like it.

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#107 2019-02-03 11:41:39

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Panopticon wrote:
^ and if you like really flashy kde style themes you can use kvantum through lxqt, i tried it but didnt like it.

Thanks for the info, not a KDE fan although think the original versions I tried out were cool! smile Thanks for the tip!

cheers

zephyr

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#108 2019-02-12 10:20:22

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Refracta xfce4 with i3-gaps as the window manager.

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#109 2019-02-12 12:00:10

Nili
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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Very nice Panopticon


OS: Devuan
DM: startx # WM: openbox # Panel: tint2 # SysInfo: conky-std
プロトタイプ: 双葉杏 (Futaba Anzu) THE iDOLM@STER、 山田 たえ (Yamada Tae) Zombieland Saga
Nothing beats peace and quiet - Tomoki Sakurai

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#110 2019-02-12 13:35:48

bones
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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Fresh installation of Devuan + cinnamon...

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#111 2019-02-12 21:05:44

ChuangTzu
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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Panopticon, great setup.  smile

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#112 2019-02-13 08:38:45

Panopticon
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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Cheers Nili, ChuangTzu

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#113 2019-02-14 20:44:13

imhigh.today
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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Simple productivity workstation.

Devuan Ceres running Cinnamon desktop with 8 virtual desktops, each named and assigned a specific purpose. Browser, Communication, Work, Downloads, Finances, Music, Terminals, and Scratch.

Next to the desktop thumbnails is a workspace selector by name. I rarely use it, but it's handy when I'm holding a cup of tea or coffee and don't want to use keyboard shortcuts.

In the middle of the screen, commonly used storage locations, my application menu, hardware controls, and a system tray. To the far right, user settings, system settings, and calendar. I rarely use the user or system settings, but the calendar is handy.

Heavily keyboard centric, with heavy use of quadrant snapping for window management. Quadrant snapping + tabs works better for me than tiling window managers, personally.

I've used this setup for years, and it's really well suited to my workflow. I'm getting a little sick of the theme though, it could use some more polish. Now that I've made the move over from Debian and am refactoring my system setup scripts, I'll probably take the time to setup a proper rice using some of the minimal base16 palettes that grab my attention so often on /r/unixporn.

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Also pictured, neofetch's inability to detect Devuan Ceres properly. smile


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Devuan Ceres | Ryzen 2400G | RX560 | 32GB RAM | Samsung 850 Pro

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