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pfetch has now an EOS logo ? Nice…

yes use git version as normal one still have issue

I forgot to include something, there’s a very useful command if you wish to try Styleproject:

styleproject_config_qt5 --help
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first time experimenting with lxqt, what a speed bomb

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LXQt is really fast, it doesn’t lose speed even if you replace openbox with KWin.

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where did you get the small EOS logo for your neofetch?

nevermind I just seen that it is pfetch.

:bulb: :pinched_fingers:

Also nice using some.rss polybar scripts in the panel :sweat_smile:


Trinity Desktop Environment

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Play around with Arco in a VM

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Here are a couple of bonus vector wallpapers for Apollo, they’ll be hitting the repo soon, in the meantime you can grab them here>

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@Rockwallaby, here’s is the application of your wallpaper on my PC :

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Is it possible to have different Desktops with different toolbars on the same DE? Like a Desktop with menu traditional at bottom and another desktop with menus on top?

In fxce I have different bars on different screens, but no matter which work space I am on the bars stay on their respective screens.

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On KDE I know if you have two screens it is possible. I have one one the side on my smaller monitor and one down the bottom that hides on my larger one. I’m not sure about workspaces/virtual desktops as I don’t use them. As for other DE I wouldn’t know.

Exactly what I am interested in. Using KDE I have one Monitor, but would like 2 - 3 Virtual desktops/Work spaces with different Menu bar / Panels and/or styles.

From what I have found online this isn’t possible with the default panel but is with latte-dock (another thing I don’t use, thought have played around with it a little but just found it confusing)

This is possible with latte dock, but be warned, latte-dock likes ram.

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