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    Windowmaker Forever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thumper242
    Windowmaker Forever!
    HAHAHA! Damn this hits the spot, about five years back with FreeBSD...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slip
    Quote Originally Posted by thumper242
    Windowmaker Forever!
    HAHAHA! Damn this hits the spot, about five years back with FreeBSD...
    Call me a stickler for what works, but I still use it.

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    I like kde.
    Gnome doesn't have enough eye candy for me.

    And as for themes, shouldn't you be able to get any theme you want from www.kde.org
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    Quote Originally Posted by budman7
    I like kde.
    Gnome doesn't have enough eye candy for me.

    And as for themes, shouldn't you be able to get any theme you want from www.kde.org
    The problem is, gtk apps don't look very good in KDE. Plus konqueror is plain nasty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vash
    Quote Originally Posted by budman7
    I like kde.
    Gnome doesn't have enough eye candy for me.

    And as for themes, shouldn't you be able to get any theme you want from www.kde.org
    The problem is, gtk apps don't look very good in KDE. Plus konqueror is plain nasty.
    You can use GTK-QT engine which does a good job by directly drawing GTK apps into QT.

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    I would rather use XFCE and get the best of both worlds.

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    personally it the best for me to have a clean desktop, although i did turn my GNOME desktop into something that looks like it isnt GNOME... But the eyecandy does have a factor in what i choose, i dont like KDE only for the reason that its over extravagant, but there are others like GNOME that really are not customisable enough
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