Thanks: eddy-shinjuku - for my sexy 2B wallpaper! jomada - for creation of the best system dark theme ever! sajjad606 - for drawing the most beautiful icon pack I’ve ever seen. l4k1 - for very cool looking blue tray icons which I stole from his Plasma theme. psifidotos - for good buttons, titles, menus and indicators in Latte. rbn42 - for creation of Panon and for making mindblowing wind-like theme for it. please fix PulseAudio after reboot!! schneegans - for bringing fantastic windows effects from GNOME. creativity - for making only Plasma splash screen that makes you desire to watch it forever. adhe - for extremely underrated but absolutely awesome neon-like login screen. eren16 - for boot animation with Tux. henrique42henk - for just great cyberpunk bootloader theme. catppuccin & gruvbox - for making purple great again. linuxscoop - for inspiration. archwiki - for knowledge. kde - for bright desktop and dock. please integrate XScreenSaver like LXQt did!! eos - fo… oh, waiiit. no thanks yet. first!! stop blocking AirVPN servers IP addresses to allow me surf forum w/o switching different servers every 5 minutes like mad. yes, it is a request.
Well, I really love bright themes and hate when pictures, photos or computer games are too white or too grey instead of using more natural colors. In my opinion, the best tool that was ever developed for games, for example, is ReShade (but only after nude mods, of course - they are out of competition). ReShade can fix almost any picture, no matter how bad it was originally, by just working with colors and various post-processing techniques. It is capable to make even ugly-pictured game really beautiful piece of art.
What is true, however, it’s that modern IPS monitors can be really painful in terms of looking at white color & too light themes. It is the reason why I generally prefer dark themes and also why I use my monitor not at it’s full brightness and saturation. Sometimes it’s hard to set up your screen in a way when at the same time the picture is colorful and your eyes not dying when looking at any piece of white light. One more thing in which I can agree with you: I don’t like blur effects too, though some not very crisp pictures just need them anyway.
All my wallpapers are slightly edited by me to add a bit more contrast and get rid of “too grey” effect which I don’t like at all. Besides, my laptop is very old, and it’s screen is not very bright, so even edited pictures looks like normal on it. My desktop’s screen is bright, and I enjoy it.
Come on, guys. World is bright, and so my desktop should be.
Better then complaining about old man’s troubles, show me what styles do you like, what things still give you inspiration. It’s more then possible that I’ll like it too, since I like many things