Desktop Backgrounds

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by MightySheep, Nov 19, 2010.

  1. Hueman

    Hueman Member

    Rainmeter :D with my own custom icons.
     
  2. anak

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  3. Propkid

    Propkid Member

    SUCH AN AWESOME BACKGROUND! Who made this?
     
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  5. OBLIVION

    OBLIVION Member

  6. Arch

    Arch Legions Developer

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  7. 57thRomance

    57thRomance Member

    Some motivation to get me through the rest of the semester:

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  8. Jordahan

    Jordahan World Leader of The 21st Century

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    Christopher "Big Black" Boykin.
     
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  9. Fixious

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  10. WildFire

    WildFire Warrior of Linux

    Necro Post: My arch config using a tiling window manager. Everything is keyboard navigable/controllable, I prefer command line:

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  11. Fixious

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  12. JedrekPl

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  13. Jordahan

    Jordahan World Leader of The 21st Century

    My wallpaper(s) for my new monitors.

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  14. Arch

    Arch Legions Developer

    +1000 for using Arch Linux. I could never get the hang of i3. I prefer XMonad/Dwm but I found myself wasting more time customizing it than actually using it so I made the difficult switch to KDE. Setup prior to the switch.
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    Wallpaper is here: http://wallbase.cc/wallpaper/1825184
     
    Last edited: Jul 22, 2014
  15. 57thEnryu

    57thEnryu Member

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  16. WildFire

    WildFire Warrior of Linux

    Yeah... i3 is super efficient at what it does, less fancy and my status line currently sucks but how's the new version of KDE?
     
  17. Arch

    Arch Legions Developer

    It is actually quite nice. It runs pretty light considering it is enormous, over 2 GB of programs in the kde package. And you can even pres Alt + Shift + F12 to turn off compositing when needing the extra resources/cpu.

    Are you using dzen or the default i3 panel? The little time that I used i3 I had a hell of a time with the syntax/layout for the entries for the i3 bar. Love dzen as it is just configured through shell scripts and can do so many things. Btw, it you're any bit interested, the script for my panel, as well as a few other things, are on my github: https://github.com/Aphray/configs

    Also, this is an extremely nice script for dzen if you're in need of a volume display.
     
  18. Dino

    Dino Member

    Meh :p Background.jpg
     
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  19. WildFire

    WildFire Warrior of Linux

    Thanks for the links, I am currently just using i3status bar which doesn't offer much in terms of features but I couldn't be bothered to set conky up.
     
  20. Arch

    Arch Legions Developer

    Never really a fan of conky. I always used bash scripts but both work in relatively the same way.