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Sure do, that's why we get the plethora of different screenshots for us to check out. It'd be a pretty boring X windows world if everyone's screens looked exactly alike.
Awesome shot wonderpun, I love using the launch plugin for Gkrellm, don't you? Very handy, and makes it so I don't have to worry about icons on my desktop. I like the customed named Slackbox title you give your setup too, very cool.
And your welcome nautilus
Yes, if l33t means cool looking desktops, then yes l33t rocks!
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Hmm, i switched to slackware fluxbox theme (you can it from the fluxbox site), its practical and simple....
I have to agree with Acid here... If there's too much eye-candy it makes the desktop less practical, less usable... but heck! I love transparency
BTW: I noticed many slackers use "slackbox" as their hostname....