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Here's my desktop setup running Ubuntu 18.10 with Gnome. Drop a screenshot of your desktop setup in the comment section, would love to see them!

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    This kind of thing would get you banned from /r/unixporn
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    @nathanchere This is devRant, not /r/unixporn. ^__^
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    @-Tor Thanks :)
    What details were you looking for?
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    My LED and keyboard lights are also purple. I love the whole synthwave style.

    Full image: https://imgur.com/a/KZ4LmZe
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    KDE Neon 5.14 (Arc KDE dark theme, Papirus icons)
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    @-Tor, here you go! :)
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    I feel like I can't play along, since I always set my desktop background to solid black.
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    @bahua background is not an issue! It's just about the setup. Pitch black background goes well with quite a number of setups. :)
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    There ya go
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    My sort of ugly desktop
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    I'll post mine when I get home fro. Work
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    Vertical dobule screen master race 😎
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    Theme name ?
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    This is my laptop. My desktop is back at home, but I'm on vacation with the family.

    Openbox, hotkeys do all my launching, fbpanel gives me a clock and some other stuff, ulauncher, rofi, and copyq come together to make my system do what I want.

    No DE. DEs are too heavy and don't give me any additional functionality.
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    Vanilla pantheon
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    . So OP, how do you do the thing in your terminal I think it highlights the directory? I have no idea what it's called and how to describe it and I want it
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    @Bubbles

    That's a custom PS1, though I believe it's the default for Arch.
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    @Bubbles I guess you are talking about those colored tags on directory names and branch names. I'm using 'oh-my-zsh', it is a shell for Linux/mac.
    To install it, you can refer to
    “How to Customize your Terminal with ZSH” by Samuel Bernheim https://link.medium.com/uAW8IdjNmT
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    * Googles "how to handle fame" * xD
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    @iamavalos yup, big fan of Emacs, using its GUI though.

    It's been a long time since I customized something look-and-feel related (switched to Apple recently after 10+ years on Linux), even when using XMonad or DWM I used to go with the bare minimum - I'd rather be reading/coding/going out than working my way through customization, though I must confess I've seen stunning desktops, guess it's not my thing ^^.

    MacOS made it dead-easy, look-and-feel's great from the start and I just run with the defaults, haven't even changed the dock icons.
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    Manjaro
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