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Oxygen SCSS

GTK3/4 Themes by blue-dxca93 31 comments

oxygen maximize and minimize buttons are arrows instead of the usual square and bar respectively - Dec 20 2020
Oxygen SCSS

GTK3/4 Themes by blue-dxca93 31 comments

btw I've just realized that maximize and minimize buttons aren't still the same. - Aug 02 2020
Oxygen SCSS

GTK3/4 Themes by blue-dxca93 31 comments

I've already ported my color scheme myself haha. It looks very nice with the colors I use, still need some adjustements though. I'd say this is the first time since gtk3 was released that I have a unified look lol - Aug 02 2020
Oxygen SCSS

GTK3/4 Themes by blue-dxca93 31 comments

The best. Is it going to be added color scheme support like in Breeze? It would be awesome if you do =D - Aug 02 2020
Krohnkite

Kwin Scripts by esjeon 37 comments

10 the best. This is the best tiling script for kde I've found. The most full featured, the stablest, and the only one I've found compatible with dynamic workspaces. I have a suggestion. I'll truly appreciate an option to toggle maximized windows being in top of the others. This behavior makes the user unable to access the panel from a maximized window among to other things, for example, some secondary windows of a program could remail below the main one if the last one is maximized. The only way to workaround this I've found is using fullscreen instead of maximization, where that property is not applied. Which is kind of curious because, you know, a fullscreen window is "more maximized than a maximized window" XD. That's all and thank you for all the effort. - Jul 03 2020
Krohnkite

Kwin Scripts
by esjeon

8.9
10   Jul 03 2020
10 the best. This is the best tiling script for kde I've found. The most full featured, the stablest, and the only one I've found compatible with dynamic workspaces. I have a suggestion. I'll truly appreciate an option to toggle maximized windows being in top of the others. This behavior makes the user unable to access the panel from a maximized window among to other things, for example, some secondary windows of a program could remail below the main one if the last one is maximized. The only way to workaround this I've found is using fullscreen instead of maximization, where that property is not applied. Which is kind of curious because, you know, a fullscreen window is "more maximized than a maximized window" XD. That's all and thank you for all the effort.