Joyful July (2017) Screenshots

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#43

Yes, that’s it!! :grin: Just now I was going to post the link…


#44

I know I already posted but you all have inspired me to customize more. Artwork by a member here, sorry I can’t recall the name.


#45

What panel is that? Want to share configs?


#46

Sorry I forgot to post some configs in the original post, but here it is.
The bar is <a href"https://github.com/jaagr/polybar"> Polybar and my config for the panel is here.


#47

Just want to share my custom Manjaro Plasma 5 icon theme.

https://store.kde.org/p/1182966/


#48

Offtopic:
Has Gnome changed? I mean you can change the location of panel and make it autohide?


#49

You have extensions that can pretty much allow you to mimic the functionality of any desktop, within the limits of those extensions. The price is generally a much higher usage of RAM by the desktop.


#50

I did write that, yes, thinking every modern DE can do that. Am I wrong here, Gnome can not do that? I stopped using Gnome ages ago so I really have no idea.


#51

There is a great Gnome extension called “Dynamic Panel Transparency” that lets you have complete customization of the top panel. For me, it’s definitely a must have for Gnome users.


#52

Science style


#53

Ha! Your terminal is glowing! That is really hot!


#54

That’s Cool Retro Term


#55

Mine is a simple Arc Dark/Papirus with Plank and Global Menu.


#56

Seriously, I love your setup, and I am still searching for the wallpaper in the third picture.


#57

#58

Love it. It looks amazing in my setup.


#59


#60

Nice, simple and easy on the eyes. I love it.


#61

Good, it even looks like XFCE since it’s so simple.


#62

Thanks, I have shortcuts for the most part, but if I really need it krunner starts with Super+Space, so no need for an actual menu, then pretty much everything besides what you saw is tore out aswell, no animations, single workspace, etc. I would get rid of notifications too, if it werent for this bug.
I shouldve mentioned I’m using “Bise” desktop theme, which integrates nicely with Breath for a flat uniformity.
Ex. Fullscreen: