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GNU / Linux January 2011 Desktops - Posting Guidelines

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I recently decided to ditch gnome and am now using openbox on my netbook. It's much more responsive, even with Spotify running in wine.

Clean:

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Dirty:

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just moved to ubuntu 10.10 x64 full time from windows 7. my plan is to using full time for one week and then see how i feel...

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Posting this here as well :whistle: Setup I've arranged for my brother's netbook. Linux Mint 10, Dockbar-X, AWN for "wingpanel", Mint-X theme, wallpaper from some wallpaper pack.

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just moved to ubuntu 10.10 x64 full time from windows 7. my plan is to using full time for one week and then see how i feel...

Wall please. You'll like it ;)

Nice icons.

thank you

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Wallpaper : DeviantArt

Dock & Wingpanel : AWN

Icons : Faenza

Very good-looking. What font are you using?... I know there are a lot like that one but I'd like to know exactly.

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@hawk999 (Wall) and ichi (Icons)

You guys inspired me! Sorry for stealing your ideas but man I am loving this! God, I love Linux! :cool: :laugh:

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Very good-looking. What font are you using?... I know there are a lot like that one but I'd like to know exactly.

Thanks :) , the font is Ubuntu font , used in all areas ..

Actually i made some modifications to my desktop ,moved everything up to the upper dock (wingpanel) , it's kinda more minimal which is nice IMHO :)

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Smee Emerald Theme

Faenza Icons

Found the background somewhere on Deviantart.

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What theme are u using? My smee emerald theme doesent look like that when I apply it.

And how to do that nice panel like that??

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