[PC-BSD Testing] Should PC-BSD use default desktop environment themes?

LHT. Quốc thuongquoc at gmail.com
Tue Jul 12 17:24:26 PDT 2011


I mean they are Controls, Colors and Windows Border in GNOME and Task
Manager, Windows Decoration in KDE. For those components you should
keep cleaning. It's like in Kubuntu 11.04 or CentOS 6 which I'm using.

2011/7/13 Kris Moore <kris at pcbsd.org>:
> On 07/12/2011 08:11, LHT. Quốc wrote:
>>
>> I couldn't try PC-BSD 9 on my laptop so I installed it in VMware
>> Workstation on CentOS host. I think PC-BSD developers shouldn't modify
>> KDE, GNOME 2 themes. Keeping it clean as KDE, GNOME developers did, I
>> believe that the default KDE, GNOME 2 themes are really better than.
>> Do you agree with me?
>
> We usually keep most of our changes to a minimum. However, doing some small
> improvements, like setting a default wallpaper and few important desktop
> icons doesn't seem to be to much of a change to me. That's more for a
> consistent user experience, so we can document that you can use the "Control
> panel" icon on the desktop, etc.
>
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