February 2010 Screenshot Thread

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This was the KDE4.4 RC3 desktop. When KDE4.4 comes in the repos i’ll change it :smiley:

I haven’t changed it much from the Gnome default, just the background…

Oh, and since I was told how to change the Gnome Menu shortcut links, I don’t have those icons on the desktop anymore (I prefer a clean desktop).

I upgraded to kde 4.4 and here’s the sceenshot.:wink:


This is my “System” desktop. Launch & Search activity, Oxygen colors icon set with some personal additions. Panel autohide.


How are you getting the top widgets, mine started with just 3.

When you hover over an icon a star is shown and when you click on the star the program is added on the top:)

No star here
I’ll try re-setting the plasma configs

like that one…I upgraded to KDE 4.4 also:

There’s a cashew in the left bottom corner. When widgets are unlocked, the page can be unlocked too. That’s when the stars appear, that’s when the items on top have a “-” to remove them.

To add: I just cleaned out the plasma* files, removed activity from every desktop, then configured new ones.

If you like this one so much, try XFCE for a desktop; at first I thought it was XFCE (the mouse on the kicker button…).

I started a new .kde4

I know - overkill:)
But I was due for it. And it was simple enough for me to get my settings back over for my applications, anything unrelated to plasma.
I did Firefox the other day too.

Everything is back in place for me now and all features work nice and smoothly and squeaky clean;)

My other screenshot is xfce, this one for february is kde. Congrats for being nominated as a moderator. Well deserve.

Here’s my screen for February. KDE 4.3.1.


Another kde 4.4 for this month

Some screenshots from my desktop running 11.2 with KDE4.4.0 R224.

Project32 :View topic - openSUSE with KDE4.4.0 New Screen shots


My desktop. OpenSuse 11.2 (64bit) Gnome


Things change on my desktop almost daily


This week my System desktop looks like this:


Nice and simple desktop with pretty much the default theme (I love it!) The lovely lady is a Japanese pop singer named YUI. She writes, arranges, and sing her songs unlike many other popular artists today…