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    I broke xfce trying to update it. Now use fluxbox. Am impressed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris H
    I broke xfce trying to update it. Now use fluxbox. Am impressed.
    hmm...apperintly you are using slackware, i belive xfce.org has slackpacks, it is almost impossible to break things when you use slackpacks...

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    I use IceWM (icewm.org), I like it becuase it's fast, I ogt some "special keys" (on the keyboard) to work with it, and I've made my own theme for it
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    I think the only choice worth considering here is Enlightenment. It does what the name says..

    No, I'm just kidding But it shure is good!

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    Yea I am definitely a Fluxbox man. Have to be if I was crazy enough to make my own themes and what not. But I also like KDE.

    Maybe I'll give Enlightenment a try someday soon.
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    hey does anyone know what enlightenment looks like?

    because i think i have it but when i startx its just 2 terminals and a log-in log-out terminal

    is that what it is?

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    http://enlightenment.org/pages/shots.html

    That's how it should look like the first time you start it.

    Kriss

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    Quote Originally Posted by kriss
    http://enlightenment.org/pages/shots.html
    Old memnories of RedHat 6.1 returns
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