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Discussion in 'all things UNIX' started by Beavenburt, Feb 7, 2009.

  1. NormanF

    NormanF Registered Member

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    My second desktop is XPGnome. Its Ubuntu with a Microsoft look. The stock wallpaper was replaced with a dark blue background: I think it nicely matches the XP Luna theme. You would almost mistake it for Windows! :D
     

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  2. mack_guy911

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    my ubuntu 10.10 kde :D
     

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  3. mack_guy911

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    ubuntu kde 10.10 second :rolleyes:
     

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  4. mack_guy911

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    ubuntu 10.10 more screen shots :))
     

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  5. mack_guy911

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    part 2 screen shot :rolleyes:

    Lancelot menu with no mouse click (ie drag the mouse on circle arrow icon and make things open)
     

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  6. adam993

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    My latest desktop.
    Fedora 14
     

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  7. Beavenburt

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    Some Zenwalk 7 goodness.
     

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  8. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    Meltdown, what theme is it?
    Mrk
     
  9. NormanF

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    Windows 7 transformation pack on GNOME.
     
  10. mack_guy911

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    my windows look :p
     

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  11. NormanF

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    Its better laid out than Windows 7. I prefer the classic shell on mine. Someone should make a modified Windows 7 theme with the classic shell menu.
     
  12. Mrkvonic

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    That Ubuntu Win 7 transformation pack thingie says the file was removed due to copyright claims and whatnot, which is not surprising. Any other suggestion where I could find and test this?
    Mrk
     
  13. NormanF

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    Mrk, a quick hack can be found here.

    It doesn't include an uninstaller so if you decide to convert - a word of warning to the wise: install it only if you really like Windows 7!!!

    Without further ado, here is the link:

    http://ubuntu.sun.ac.za/index.php?title=W7_Theme
     
  14. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    Don't worry, it goes on a test machine.
    It's for a general populace article :)
    Mrk
     
  15. mack_guy911

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    i am getting gnomenu not loading properly the only theme work is window7 NBE
     

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  16. Cvette

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    I was really excited about Natty at first, but I was expecting Unity to look better in the end. I reckon I'm going to ditch Unity for Ubuntu Classic and slap on my current setup.
     

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  17. NormanF

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    They should put the panel on the bottom. That's where people are accustomed to seeing a dock.

    I hate it on the side.
     
  18. Cvette

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    Yes, people are accustomed to seeing it on the bottom thanks to Windows being what most of us grew up with. When I first tried Ubuntu I didn't like that the bar was on the top of the screen, but after a while I got use to it and didn't like it anywhere but.

    Now I've ditched gnome-panel, and run AWN on the left side of the screen in panel mode. Normally this would irritate me since I have a small monitor (17") and those few pixels would have me scrolling left/right on certain web pages. But I changed my resolution to 1280x1024 (from 1024x768 ) and it works great.
     
  19. Ocky

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    Conky still old version so can't run .lua scripts.

    SL6 conky.png
     
  20. malexous

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    Panel is set to autohide.
     

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    Five.
     

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    Five.
     

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  25. Tony

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    Here is my Linux Mint Debian desktop.
     

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