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another blog about stuff?? oh yeahh
After changing from kde to xfce i have spent my time looking for applications to fit well in the system and successfully removed kde completely from my computer. It was hard to find some applications to replace the equivalents from kde like i mentioned in the previous post, but i think i can live for now with the choices i made. I’m not completely happy with some of them yet so i’ll keep on until i find better replacements or until i’ve adapted.
The goal of this post is to show my current configurations, so i can remember them in the future if i need .
Orage appearing to see the calendar when clicking the clock:
Custom menu configuration with just some things removed:
Window Manager buttons layout and configurations:
Relevant changes to window manager shortcuts:
And application shortcuts:
And i think that’s essentially it. I’m not really happy with Naufrago! it is too unstable and buggy but it’s faster than liferea and for what i do it is enough for now. I don’t really like emesene too, sometimes it has a strange behaviour, but is close enough for what i want. Heybuddy is different in some stuff, but i’m liking it, i miss some small things like clicking on tray icon to hide and the settings tab i think shouldn’t exist there nor the about tab, those should be buttons in a right-click menu over the tray icon or in another place. I should remove Gdm, i just installed it because i needed something that quickly worked when uninstalling kdm.
My current application list is changed this way: