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Glenn Schemenauer , United States of America

Wallpaper Other by TheMuffenMan 4 comments

Also, i forgot to mention that the font on the very top menu bar is Verdana 10pt from the msttcorefonts package. Installation is basically the same as for artwiz fonts. And if you do any coding/programming, i would very highly recommend the Ti92Pluspc font, it's extremely readable and clean, probably the best i've come across so far, it's free as well. just do a google search for it - Oct 19 2006

Wallpaper Other by TheMuffenMan 4 comments

Absolutely. For the taskbar and title bar, it's the Artwiz 'snap' font. And for the Konsole font, it's the Artwiz 'drift'. I'm not sure which distro you use, though installation of them was fairly straightforward, for example under Slackware, you just need to download the 'artwiz-aleczapka-en-1.3.tar' package, then:

tar xvf artwiz-aleczapka-en-1.3.tar

mkdir ~/.fonts

mkdir ~/.fonts/artwiz

cd artwiz-aleczapka-en-1.3/

cp *.pcf ~/.fonts/artwiz

cd ~/.fonts/artwiz


Then just edit /etc/X11/xorg.conf and add the line:

FontPath "/home/(user)/.fonts/artwiz/"

after that, in a terminal just type 'fc-cache -v'
and then just restart X and voila!

Note that you also might be able to just enter 'xset fp rehash' to reload X fonts or maybe even just install the .pcf artwiz fonts in the KDE control center, assuming you use KDE...if you have further questions, feel free to ask =] - Oct 19 2006

KDE 3.x Window Decorations by Cosine 33 comments

This is definitely one of the BEST KDE Win Deco's i've seen. It has that thin visible border covering the entire window all the way around, like KlearBox, making everything look nice and tidy, not to mention the mellow, but sharp looking gradient in the title bar, excellent. It's simple, easy on the eyes, and beautiful. Simple, but hard to beat =] - Oct 16 2006