Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by MightySheep, Nov 19, 2010.
where indeed...... :/
Sorry, like the desktop widgets what have your cpu, battery and temperature infomation, at the top of your screen :L
i know what you meant.
It starts quickly enough for me and doesn't take up much space + i have mouse buttons for next/pause/play so I don't care what's in the background.
redesign if anyone cares:
Are you left handed? Just wondering cos I seem to have my mouse control reflexes better when moving my arm inwards ie. to the left, and your taskbar is on the right.
Know that if you say yes the next time I'll be playing an FPS I'll end up sneaking on people from their right side
Also thumbs up for keeping the desktop simple and clean.
I'm left handed and have the bar at the bottom on PC's and the left on macs.
Anyways, fire, what rainmeter skin are you using?
I'm right handed and I have it on the bottom. YAY FOR BEING NORMAL.
Not left handed no, is on the right hand side of the two monitors as I use the left monitor for most gaming applications so it makes sense to have the second screen holding the taskbar. Also agreed about keeping the desktop clean from rubbish, though I am planning on adding some shortcuts etc at the bottom of the rainmeter skin as they actually fit there quite well.
Implosion 2 I think, not exactly mainstream though, offers very little in the terms of features so might be tough to find again.
Got bored with old one, added a nice little application called OpenHardwareMonitor to show me temps n' stuff
I was fiddling with Ubuntu today.
so far people wanted to know:
Winamp Skin: Ebonite 2.0
Linux Distro: Arch
Likin' ur style. Do you actually use the terminal or do you just have it up to look pro? :3
How is Arch Linux? I am really disappointed with the latest Ubuntu release and I'm thinking about installing Arch on another partition.
A lot of the stuff done in any Linux distro is done through the terminal.
Thanks, yeah I use the terminal a lot, especially considering my file manager of choice (ranger) and my text editor of choice (vim) are both terminal based. In fact the only reason my terminal is up there on the desktop is to run scrot, a screenshot program.
Eh, you can get executables, as rare as they may be.
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