Like UX was thought about for a moment.
To save you all the hassle, >>>/v/
Whatever you want it to be anon, that's the beauty of GNU/Linux
Found it https://github.com/hdni/Phosphene
Windows 8 looks fisher-price, OSX mavericks looks fisher-price, Android 5 looks fisher-price, now Chome looks fisher-price and some FOSS environtments are doing it too?
this is just fisher-price shilling at this point, they want you thinking "fisher-price" when you look at your computer
oh shit, haven't thought about it that way.
Next thing will be renaming all programs to apps in all OS.
I'm fine with this setup, and I've been using it for a while, though I've been wanting to try something more excentric, like i3 WM.
Don't know how to change the battery icons (cbatticon in case you were wondering)
Alright, fair enough. I just find everything looks a bit too plain without it. Compositing gives the windows some depth, which I find good looking. Oh yeah, forgot to share my WM and GTK themes.
Why would you want a theme to be in perpetual development?
>keeps with modern trends
Why is everything so gigantic? The text size is almost fine but everything else has ridiculous padding.