Share your desktop, what does it look like?

Adithyansm, thanks for your concern. Just tried it on Lite, works good there. Don't know why it won't work for me on Gnome.

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Amberol.

Thought I'd give nature a chance made some Tigerskin icons and a gnome-shell to go with. This time I did not adjust the theme (dashboard by Aravisian).

The thing is that the details in the icons get lost when you scale em down. Same goes for the Zebra icons, just made some for the mainmenu, but with a black background they won't be visibile.

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Which Conky Widget is that?

Discovered the art of masking with Gimp.
Did my Zebra icons with some silver borders, the contrast makes real difference.
Theme and gnomeshell > Predator by Aravisian
icons (Zebraskinned) myself.

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WOW just wow, one day one day I will learn more, looks great. :open_mouth:

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Despite the flatness, that scene makes me want to get the skateboard out.

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The V8 powered one I assume :rofl:

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The F2 powered. When I was younger, I really tore up the concrete... and some railings.

Was there already concrete in those days :grin:

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Yes, but we called it opus caementicium back then.

Got it, thought it meant ... Another one bites the dust....

But not, it's:
Opus Caementicium

Also called Roman concrete, it is a building technique used by Romans for constructions starting from 2nd century BC. It consists of an aggregate of mortar and stones and even pozzolana for hydraulic purposes and thanks to its characteristics ensured the durability over time of still existing Roman monuments

Not very ideal for skateboarding unless your very skilled and have very good shock absorbers.

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In those days, our skateboards were horse-drawn...

We are straying off topic... :stuck_out_tongue:

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Guess a game...

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