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There's a "compact" version of the Adwaita GTK3 theme

Posted 11-21-2014 at 06:14 PM by the dsc (linux-related notes)
Tags gtk3, rant

Just spreading the word, perhaps there are many other people who prefer things more tightly packed rather than all spaced out, as it seems to be the current mobile-UI infection/trend.

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.p...content=156662

Who'd have guessed that resolutions superior to 1024x768 would end up being nullified by "advancements" in technology...
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[rant] Linux seriously needs some efforts in theming standards/unification

Posted 07-08-2014 at 02:00 AM by the dsc (linux-related notes)
Tags rant

KDE, QT, GTK, TK, all in several versions and with changing variables and whatnot at every version, and even within a single version.

One would think that QT and KDE are more or less the same, but turns out that, at least from outside KDE, one can't fully define the theme settings (or UI font specifically) from KDE's "appearance" settings. Even for apps that aren't "standalone QT", but KDE! Like fonts on konqueror, and probably dolphin too. KDE has a longstanding...
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Rant: what was wrong/"bad" with mplayer-gui/gmplayer?

Posted 09-03-2012 at 11:41 AM by the dsc (linux-related notes)
Tags mplayer, rant

I don't get it. It wasn't like it inspired someone to say that it's the GUI that one ever dreamed about, but was fully functional, and funnily enough more reliable than all the alternative GUIs that used mplayer as a back-end, as far as I've looked at. I guess the decision eventually resulted in a (current to me at least) problem with subtitles/fontconfig, as subtitles will work on mplayer and mplayer2, but not on gmplayer, even though it never used to be that way before.

It's not...
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"Scientific imperialism" and the proverbial "death" of art in culture

Posted 09-29-2011 at 04:04 PM by MrCode

Yes, this blog has more or less become my angst dump, at least as of recent. I know I should probably take this someplace other than LQ, but a) I feel somewhat "safe" here, and b) I don't know where I would take it even if I did take it elsewhere.

Anyways…I know this is going to sound depressing/cynical, but this is genuinely what I think is going to happen to art/creativity in the not-too-distant future:

I predict that within probably the next 25-30 years,...
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Everything outside "the norm" is a disease/disorder now…

Posted 09-21-2011 at 03:10 PM by MrCode
Updated 09-21-2011 at 03:22 PM by MrCode
Tags awkward, rant, weird

Blargh. Yet another rant. I swear, the "rant" tag in my tag cloud is gonna get so big as to totally obscure the other ones eventually…

Anyways:

I know I probably spend way too much time on and/or put way too much stock into Wikipedia, but I just got done reading the article on "Medicalization", and I must say, that seems to be the way things are going (at least here in the US): basically a pill for everything that "cures what ails...
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