Dreaming December (2018) Screenshots



It’s December, we are reaching holiday mood :wink:

Current wallpaper featuring Girls Frontline.

OT, do not open ;-)

Really? :wink:

mint at i3 in ~
$ timedatectl
               Local time: Fr 2018-11-30 18:52:09 CET
           Universal time: Fr 2018-11-30 17:52:09 UTC
                 RTC time: Fr 2018-11-30 17:52:08
                Time zone: Europe/Berlin (CET, +0100)
System clock synchronized: no
              NTP service: inactive
          RTC in local TZ: no

Which is no proof either, since I can change it pretty easily :wink:



vulphere@navi:~|⇒ timedatectl
local time: Sat 2018-12-01 00:49:13 WIB

[adomas@genesis ~]$ timedatectl
Local time: Fri 2018-11-30 18:58:26 CET

Not December yet! Ghem ghem at least here :slight_smile:


We have users all around the world :smiley:


Wait, there isn’t more than 1 timezone in the whole world?!!? Crap when did they change that? :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


I never could get the Pantheon desktop to work with Manjaro. So I ended up making GNOME look like a decent approximation.


No changes with last month. Still KDE as beautiful as it can be.


My new gnome desktop.
I’m sure about solarized theme and color icons, but I’m not sure yet about which wallpaper to use. :joy:



How to make all windows transparent without
Using scroll or inactive windows
What I want is to make all active+inactive windows transparent at the same time
I know translucency but no option for active window



My active windows are also not transparent. Maybe it looks like that on the picture, but when I make the terminal active (the terminal has its own transparency feature) the rest is transparent because they are not active.


New background, and colors to match



for now i have this white thingy, untill my transparency is delivered

any thoughts on how i can improve this a bit?


another one with changes


My GNOME in December:



Plasma, conky, Konsole and Latte in a dock mode but with a panel look.


Fresh cinnamon install (m-a). I’ve gone with the mint themes as they seem to work the best in cinnamon.