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    Window Maker:


    Twin running on the console:

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    Very nice kohog, I like it.
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    Black and Silver AntiX in Icewm
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    Ubuntu 11.04 with Unity

    So whats everyones take on my screen??
    What do you think of my terminal thats embedded on my left screen?



    Two different size screens so thats why they don't match up though.

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    Looks good Sunshine Folk! I like how the icons are in the middle. For some reason, that reminds me of Redhat 6.1. Looks clean and functional which is how I like a desktop.

    EDIT: Seeing now they are to the left on the right screen. I still like it.
    EDIT 2: Or, are they rightmost on the left screen? I'm lost...
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    Yeh your first EDIT was right. You can see where the icons stop at the bottom of the screen it's on (the far left of my right screen). I don't like the auto-hide cause it takes too long for it to pop out, and where its right in between the duals, I have to go to the very tip top left of the right screen, hold it, then wait for the bar... Hard to do quick, sucks! haha.

    I'm thinking about trying out conky though, it just looks so CL on some peoples desktops!! But then again, I always have windows up for something, so I would never really see it

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    What do you think of my terminal thats embedded on my left screen?
    Reminds me of
    I'm thinking about trying out conky though, it just looks so CL on some peoples desktops!! But then again, I always have windows up for something, so I would never really see it
    So you are running a conky sort of.
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    It's so nice to see some familiar faces (err... avatars/handles)! My 20-month Linux hiatus has finally come to an end. This is Kubuntu-11.04 running on Wubi.



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    So you are running a conky sort of.
    Hhahaha. YOU GOT ME!
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    Looks good SkittleLinux18!
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