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    cga's icewm ss

    http://www.kcnet.com/~cadams/icewmss.jpg

    This is the stock mwm theme. *The taskbar is about as minimal and functional as you could want. *No, it ain't purdy, but it is very, very functional. *In the shot you see an rxvt, the wonderful Midnight Commander file manager and NEdit. *

    This is a rock solid configuration that stays out of my way and lets me work. *

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    Re: cga's icewm ss

    It looks nice to me. And so what if it ain't purdy, it's your desktop, not mine. Congrats on getting you stuff setup where it is out of the way. I am still working on mine a bit. Maybe I'll post a screen shot soon.

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    My setup is pretty much out of the way but uses more resources than Icewm does (though I do use it from time to time). Here is my screenshot ...

    http://www.gnulinux.net/shot.jpg

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    My setup is pretty much out of the way but uses more resources than Icewm does (though I do use it from time to time). Here is my screenshot ...

    http://www.gnulinux.net/shot.jpg
    What are you using, Ashcrow, for your window manager? It's very gnomish .

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    Re: cga's icewm ss

    mine is plain too!

    i dont like all that flashy stuff , i just want it to work properly

    http://wind.prohosting.com/boblucci

    for some god damn reason you cant see the picture if i post the whole link, just go to the slackware 8.0 link and thats the one.

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    mine is plain too!

    i dont like all that flashy stuff , i just want it to work properly

    http://wind.prohosting.com/boblucci

    for some god damn reason you cant see the picture if i post the whole link, just go to the slackware 8.0 link and thats the one.
    You're desktop looks pretty nice to me. Not too flashy, not too plain.

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    Ashcorw: is that your OpenBSD box or a Linux one?

    And here's my latest screenshot, though my theme has not changed for over a year now: http://darkhost.mine.nu:81/ss.jpg

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    Ashcorw: is that your OpenBSD box or a Linux one?

    And here's my latest screenshot, though my theme has not changed for over a year now: http://darkhost.mine.nu:81/ss.jpg
    That screenshot is from my Linux box, though my OpenBSD box looks almost exactly the same.

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    Here is my Solaris screen shot...

    beware, it's large, so it can take a few to download.

    http://geek.j2solutions.net/stuff/fluxnew.png

    feedback?

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    Here is my Solaris screen shot...

    beware, it's large, so it can take a few to download.

    http://geek.j2solutions.net/stuff/fluxnew.png

    feedback?
    What sthat in the background? It looks like the Mortal Kombat symbol.

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