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How do I theme my PC by MartinCuzzleson.inf - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 02:14:32 EST ID:NRq71jvR No.121758 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Asada. I've been out of the computer game for a while, don't ask, and I'm not as smart as I used to be. How do I theme my comp to dankness? Like just colors and mostly icons? I don't want to download each icon, I don't want to pay $3.99 for a theme without ads, I know there's a way. Is it WinRemix or what do I do?

tl;dr How do make my Desktop look cool?
DorisBollysetch.ram - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 16:57:31 EST ID:JVi2i32g No.121759 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Icons? Oh sweetie if you want to have a dank desktop these days you need a try hard operating system distribution, an offbeat window manager, and a screen full of terminal applications. Darude is optional but recommended.
LillianBrecklenedging.jpeg - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 10:43:47 EST ID:CAwW+FYU No.121761 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I haven't used windows in forever, but i think they're still using rainmeter everywhere on that side of the divide. >>121759 ain't wrong though, most hardcore ricers are using linux now because you get much more mileage.

you don't really need a hard distro. You can install all that crap over an easy distro. Tiling window manager with a bunch of consoles is so played out though. It's so silly too because most those screenshots don't even represent an actual workflow. It's just an artificial setup to look l33t for a single screenshot.
CharlotteCenderwell.dot - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 11:29:44 EST ID:m1zrp438 No.121762 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I just wish the regular window managers would integrate tiling as a feature. Fucking WINDOWS is better at it than most of the shit on linux with its primitive quadrant snapping.

First of all, need hotkeys for splitting windows side by side like Windows has. Then need a modifier key that'll resize two windows that are touching at the same time.

AugustusShakeson.udf - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 22:22:24 EST ID:xGG0I8q7 No.121764 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I actually really like the shelltile gnome extension. It doesn't have hotkeys so you'd probably hate it, but the gui management is pretty slick.

The separators drag like you'd expect them to. But what stands out the most is that the tiled windows are handled like a single window in all the expose effects and whatnot. So when you expose you get a view of all your tile layers, which is really handy.

It's changed how I interact with gnomeshell. I barely use virtual desktops anymore. I just throw together a tile layer and it gets handled right alongside my floating windows.
EmmaHumbleman.pol - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 07:29:09 EST ID:m1zrp438 No.121765 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well KDE and Gnome both have hotkeys for the left/right window split somewhere, blank by default.

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