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Re: MX-18 Screenshots

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Post by manyroads » Sat Jan 12, 2019 2:40 pm

Here's a screenshot of the Children's MX18 I'm trying to construct...
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Re: MX-18 Screenshots

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Post by catalinux » Sat Jan 12, 2019 3:33 pm

Mine

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wall is stolen from mint. however it seems to fit quite well with Numix as a theme.
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Re: MX-18 Screenshots

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Post by philotux » Sat Jan 12, 2019 9:44 pm

This is mine:
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Post by asqwerth » Sun Jan 13, 2019 8:32 am

Just wanted to test the Evolvere 2 icons packaged by Stevo.

Weather conky by @male.

Window Manager theme is an oomox-numix variant. I like having contrasting border colours.

gtk theme = Plane-dark (by a Manjaro forum member)
https://github.com/wfpaisa/plane-theme
It works very well in MX17/18.

Wallpaper = another evolvotron experiment.

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Post by Jerry3904 » Sun Jan 13, 2019 8:54 am

Pretty nice!
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Post by male » Mon Jan 14, 2019 6:05 am

a gimmick with terminator and @Olgmen

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Post by asqwerth » Mon Jan 14, 2019 6:14 am

@male,

Very cool in a tech-geek way.
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Re: MX-18 Screenshots

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Post by Oblias » Thu Jan 17, 2019 5:02 pm

Hello all. I just started using MX-18 a few days ago, and it's far and away the best distro, for me on my machine, that I've used. No screen tearing, black flashes, none of the visual problems I've had with most all the other distros. I'm still learning XFCE DE, but no problem there, I love learning. Anyway, back to the subject of screenshots... A bit of back-story here might help to explain my setup.

I have a dual monitor setup, two identical brands and sizes of 24" monitors, giving me a total area of 3840x1080. The thing that has always bugged me was how large wallpapers were displayed when set to span the monitors. The walls would be cut in half, the entire full left half displayed on the left monitor, which left the entire right half to be displayed on the right monitor. All well and good, but the thing is, there is no way for the system to take into account the amount of space the two side bezels of the monitors take up. So, for example, if a person's face is in the center of your 3840x1080 wallpaper, the face ends up looking very wrong, and very wide and out of perspective. Anyone who runs dual monitor setups knows what I'm talking about, I have a feeling.

Anyway, I finally got fed up with it, and designed a wallpaper system that will display the walls the way they should look. It's as if you are looking out a window that has a narrow strip of framing wood running down the center of the window (the actual area that the two side bezels take up). In the course of designing the system, one thing lead to another, and the screenshots are the results of how I deal with the display problem of spanned wallpapers. Not everyone's cup of tea I'm sure, but it works for me, and allows me to view my 200+ wallpapers with much more satisfaction now. A couple examples are as follows:

This is an example of a template I came up with for full sized 3840x1080 images:

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And this is the template I use for displaying dual 1920x1080 images at one time:

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I didn't mean to be so long-winded for my first post, but I'm very happy with this distro, and I'm very motivated to learn all the aspects of it!

UPDATE: I believe I'm doing something wrong here. The only way to view these thumbnails is to right click and select 'Open Image in New Tab'.. In other forums I posted images using the same BBCode, and all one needed to do was to left click the thumbnail to be taken to the full size image. My apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause anyone. I'll see if I can find out the correct way to do this via the forum search.

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