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Ganked for Openbox by synorgy Ganked for Openbox by synorgy
Ganked for openbox.

I recommend:
RiianF's 'SONN' Wallpapers: [link]
Gnome Icon theme
Cure and Nu: [link]

EDIT: fix'd the borked download link.
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YtseJammin Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2009
Really nice.
How can I remove the applications icon in the titlebar in OpenBox? I see you've done it ...
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synorgy Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2009
You should be able to do it through obConf, though I don't recall exactly how.
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YtseJammin Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2009
Thanks, i did it editing rc.xml file.
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synorgy Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2009
Good to hear you figured it out!
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itai-saku-kusari Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2009   Interface Designer
Just yum. :] I really adore this; the 1px white border against the grey innards with a cool font. Pahaha ^_^ Minimalist at best.
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synorgy Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2009
I'm glad to hear that you enjoy it! I just decided to use this again, and created a version of this for Xfce that should be released before long (though I still have a bit of work to do.)

Thanks for the :+fav: as well!
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itai-saku-kusari Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2009   Interface Designer
Pahaha, I just completely switched from Xfce to Openbox :P

...almost. I'm still using Thunar and Terminal. I've got some work to do in setting up my desktop -_-;; (I will probably have a screenshot up later ni)

You're welcome.
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synorgy Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2009
I swap between a few different WMs (most notably Openbox and PekWM) and Xfce, so my current WM is what I theme for.

I'd like Xfce the best out of all of them if it wasn't for lack of solid (and not dated looking) themes.

I'm starting to get used to QT4 too, but the lack of a lightweight desktop aimed towards QT coupled with the lack of QT only (rather than KDE) apps is bothersome.

If you're looking for a decent replacement for Terminal, check out Sakura. (I'd suggest PCManFM or Rox but, truth is, I still use Thunar.)
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itai-saku-kusari Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2009   Interface Designer
xD I just installed PCManFM about thirty minutes ago, and I actually do like it. I haven't switched completely from Thunar yet, though.

I was looking for alternatives to Terminal, and I tried out Sakura but I didn't really like it... >_<

...and I take that back. *just gave sakura another try pahaha* Only issue I have is that the transparency doesn't work properly, but that doesn't matter. Now to set one of my desktops to a full-screen sakura. :P

I'm trying to avoid QT, so instead of having VLC I tried mplayer (I still have it). It keeps crashing on me when I try to replay something, and just other minor annoyances make me want to go back to VLC. Hahaha :]

But then, I'm using VirtualBox, so I do have QT4. >_< I don't need to use VirtualBox anymore, though, so I may get rid of it.

What major differences do you see between PekWM and Openbox?
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synorgy Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2009
I like the volume management that Thunar has, though my NTFS drive isn't quite working right with it (I suppose I should probably move that drive to FAT32 or something soon)

Sakura does have a few short comings compared to Terminal, like the inability to close a tab without the mouse or that you can't turn off bold fonts, but it's quite nice if you can get past those. To this day though, it erks me that I can't close my tabs with a CTRL+W or similar.

If you're keeping onto VirtualBox, check out gvbox. It's a GTK frontend for the commandline vbox commands. It's pretty nice, if you don't need a lot out of VirtualBox.

Between Pekwm and Openbox, I see mostly increased customizability in Pekwm and some overall novel features. For instance, the way pekwm uses the screen edges is nice. It has it's downfalls too, but it's really nice- provided you can get through the initial customization phase.
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