Lorde, Kanye, and Kim are so hot right now.
>tfw they're literally on fire rn.
>that empty ncmpcpp
Give me one reason why I should use another DE.
semite os running on self built rig with "no ricing" because OSX just werks
gnome is okay tier.
personally, i find the iconset shit, the fonts mehr and the tray area sized icons painful to look at and potentially hard to click. i bet you end up launching the terminal instead of transmission occasionally
but as far as loonixes go GUI wise, it's alright. it's usable.
weird, but has some personality, whatever floats your boat 8/10
the mere fact that thrive for bare minimalism seems unproductive 6/10
work on colorschemes 6/10
margins look fucked up, unconsistancy, but monogatari and thats why 8/10, otherwise 7/10
8/10 because functional and you yourself are fine with it
it just werx but it lacks creativeness 5/10
I'm on the road, going to Olive Garden with my family
>work on colorschemes 6/10
colors are hard, thanks thoug
do you mean integration of term colors in other places, change the theme itself, contrast to background, or all of the above
"Shop when you want from where you want with our app! You can scan barcodes for product info while in store, and even see videos of their favorite toys in action."
A better question to ask is why it's on the homescreen
>Screen Real Estate
Such a retarded Concept. You Don't get money for unused screen areas. And both the dock and the top menu auto hide, plus OS X apps are optimized for full screen use, hence more functional. Sry mate
Loose the lolcat, it does not fit in this context. Chrome theme should be flatter. And panel fonts and elements more similar to the names colour in irc. The colourscheme itself is actually okay.
I like these desktops!
I used to do the whole 2 bar thing as well, but now I think its better to just hide the second one under the first one!
>OS X apps are optimized for full screen use
are they now?
What matters more is that the gnome3 person had a choice of which DE to choose, you have none and therefore very little personality - something of which you would presume from an OS usually used by graphic designers and video montageurs.
does anyone else here use horizontal tiling like this?
I find it works a lot better with my aspect ratio than vertical, but IDK how it would with a normal 16:9 / 16:10 screen
I honestly haven't used windows since I first tried linux . Less than 2 years ago. I built a new computer and installed windows. every 24 hours I'd get a random BSOD. Was wantint to try lunix. Gave wubi ubuntu shit a shot. left it on for a few days. No crash. Haven't gone back to windows since. got rid of the wubi and unity crap of course. if I played games. I'd prob have windows on just for that.
desktop threads are another story, linux desktops are easier to customize, so they come here to show what theive done.
windows on the other hand is not so (kind of) easy to customize so they really dont bother with it