Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 22nd Dec 2012 16:12 UTC
Window Managers In the final years of my high school career, more concerned with going out and drinking three times a week than with actually doing anything meaningful at my supposedly posh gymnasium, I rediscovered my love for computing - a love lost during the onset of aforementioned going out and drinking. Realising I would hit university soon, I saved up 2000 guilders, ordered the parts for a brand-new computer, and thanks to this then state-of-the-art computer, old flames were rekindled. Since this pun is burning a hole in my pocket - it was an enlightening experience.
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RE: Linux Mint
by thedaemonofid on Sun 23rd Dec 2012 04:21 UTC in reply to "Linux Mint"
thedaemonofid
Member since:
2012-12-23

https://launchpad.net/~efl/+archive/trunk

Here you go my friend. Works fine for me in Mint.

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RE[2]: Linux Mint
by Soulbender on Mon 24th Dec 2012 04:47 in reply to "RE: Linux Mint"
Soulbender Member since:
2005-08-18

Also works well on Ubuntu.
Well, aside from the fact that dual-monitor doesn't seem to work and all gtk apps looks like ass now (but that was expected).
On the plus side, the default theme is a big improvement and terminology seems to be quite nice.

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RE[3]: Linux Mint
by dusanyu on Mon 24th Dec 2012 19:35 in reply to "RE[2]: Linux Mint"
dusanyu Member since:
2006-01-21

Also works well on Ubuntu.
Well, aside from the fact that dual-monitor doesn't seem to work and all gtk apps looks like ass now (but that was expected).
On the plus side, the default theme is a big improvement and terminology seems to be quite nice.


Look at the control panels you can turn on gtk themes in e17

Or you can use google Easter than complaining about pointless eye candy crap (but that is the sate of the Ubuntu community. )

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