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Skyfire Linux Desktop by kexolino Skyfire Linux Desktop by kexolino
Credit goes to Rasvob.
GTK theme: Numix mod
Openbox theme: Hybrid mod
Tint2: just the one I always use with colors changed
Wall: Linux 2014
Terminal colors: Satori

Apps: Iceweasel (Firefox), Mirage, urxvt with tmux, ranger and MOC

Dotfiles:
bashrc
tmux.conf
Xresources
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xeXpanderx Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Hi, where did you find that Flat Firefox Theme? I try to look for one but seems impossible...
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kexolino Featured By Owner 1 day ago
That's jsut the way it looked with the GTK theme. The tab bar used the theme's menubar color, and the address bar used the toolbar look.
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xeXpanderx Featured By Owner 20 hours ago  Hobbyist Interface Designer
It seems I cannot change Firefox to be completely flat when using dark colors in toolbar, like #000000. Try changinb bg_color and see what happens with Firefox. Damn, how do I get rid of that "shading-colors"...
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kexolino Featured By Owner 16 hours ago
I don't, but it was just a modified Numix GTK2 theme, so you can go from there (I only changed a few colors).
Alternatively, try FxOpera: addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firef…
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xeXpanderx Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Do you have the GTK theme available? I need to know how to control Firefox widgets please.
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mmesantos1 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Stunning work Kex! You really do well with OB! ;-)
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kexolino Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2014
Thanks :)
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mmesantos1 Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Your welcome bro! ;-)
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TaylanTatli Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Hey kexolino! Why are you using Debian? Why not using Arch? Is there a difference for you? I'm always using Arch, so i want to learn what you think about it. :)
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kexolino Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2014
I guess partly because I started out with Ubuntu, and Debian was just a natural progression. I'm just more comfortable with apt-get + aptitude than pacman (apt-get for general package management and upgrades, aptitude for searching and viewing packages), and I'm more familiar with Debian's ways as a whole...

I will say though, that I have aliases for both in my bashrc, so let's say updating the system would be an update && dist-upgrade in both cases.

I run Stable most of the time cause I don't really feel like dealing with constant upgrades in Sid or Arch, and all the newer packages I need are in backports, but between Sid and Arch I like Arch better. It just seems more stable and easier to manage (in Sid, the day-to-day library updates are a PITA in my opinion).
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