Jazzy June (2017) Screenshots

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#21

Can’t find the original,


#22

Good job forum, you made me feel bad that I have not changed anything than the wallpaper since last month, so I spend an hour or so to create something new:

More, including the wallpaper in this album!


#23

Very nice indeed.


#24

Until I realized that you were kinda going for buntu/unity mod, I thought that setup was begging for Numix (orange folders and highlights)


#25

In honor of the month…


#26

Wallpaper : http://safebooru.org/index.php?page=post&s=view&id=393605
Panel opacity : 10%


#27

This is my desktop, sure the second monitor has a different wallpaper, but I find it pleasant to look at when things are loading.


#28

were lookng for that ?


#29

This is my current desktop for the moment. Got this one from Microsoft. They actually have some nice backgrounds.


#30

For when you need your wallpaper to do all the work of making your desktop feel like ‘zoom’. :wink:


#31

Yes thanks for that.


#32

Nice! Can you share the wallpaper? Thanks.


#33

yes… share my friend :yum:


#34

only the left one


#35


#36

I gotcha


#37

My i3 Desktop colored :wink: for JuN3.

Urxvt, Firefox-homepage, Ncmpcpp, Ranger, Ncmpcpp-Virtualizer< Theme: Subway --> https://github.com/unix121/i3wm-themer/tree/master/themes/Subway

Wall --> Alena Aenami --> Link: https://www.artstation.com/artist/aenamiart


#38

Just changed the wallpaper on my gnome desktop. :slight_smile:

Stock wallpaper: http://i.imgur.com/aRHQ8Gv.jpg
Wallpaper with logo: http://i.imgur.com/iVtKHJD.jpg


#39

Ive enjoyed watching folks play with the Maia Green/Blue + Purple or Maia+Pastels :smiley:


#40

Small changes to awesome theme: includes new widgets for package ans newsreader updates.

Wallpaper is another great background from Astronomy Picture of the Day.

https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap170505.html
Explanation: Aldebaran, eye of Taurus the Bull, and a young crescent Moon shared an early evening sky last Friday. The lovely celestial pairing could be enjoyed around planet Earth, but from some locations the Moon was even seen to pass in front of Aldebaran, a dramatic lunar occultation of the familiar bright star. Taken at nightfall on April 28, this skyscape captures Aldebaran shortly after it emerged from behind the bright lunar limb. In the foreground are craggy peaks of the Dolomite mountains near Laggio di Cadore, Italy. Before reappearing beyond the sunlit crescent, Aldebaran first winked out behind the Moon’s ashen glow, the lunar nightside faintly illuminated by earthshine.