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Old 12th September 2020
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^That's a really beautiful no-nonsense desktop! I wonder what is the puffy icon used for in the left corner? Those Display temerature settings are awesome.
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^That's a really beautiful no-nonsense desktop! I wonder what is the puffy icon used for in the left corner? Those Display temerature settings are awesome.
Thank you!

When I started playing with Openbox it was not clear to me that I do not need "start menu" launcher. So I've put a tint2 launcher, representing that functionality, added this beautiful icon and after that I never used it

the temperatures are just *sct* with different values behind. I came with planet names and found suitable icons online.
But the Puffy icon is killer and I love it:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ktc9p4hgxu...adass.png?dl=0
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Here's mine.


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Seems very clean and functional! The wallpaper is very cool, could you please share it? Is it FVWM you are running?
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Seems very clean and functional! The wallpaper is very cool, could you please share it? Is it FVWM you are running?
Thanks!

The wallpaper is the classic Thinkpad disassembling wallpaper:


I'm running shod, a window manager I'm writing.
It's a hybrid (tiling and floating) window manager that supports dockapps.
It's still in alpha stage so it's not for production use.
There's a repo in github for shod, but the version I released there still does not support dockapps.

The pie-menu thing is pmenu.
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Thanks!

The wallpaper is the classic Thinkpad disassembling wallpaper:

I'm running shod, a window manager I'm writing.
It's a hybrid (tiling and floating) window manager that supports dockapps.
It's still in alpha stage so it's not for production use.
There's a repo in github for shod, but the version I released there still does not support dockapps.

The pie-menu thing is pmenu.
thank you! Wish you best of luck and no bugs with shod and do not forget to share on BETA

Cheers!
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My OpenBSD wallpaper
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