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Re: Ubuntu standard Theme


Then how would I know which distro I was running? As I multi-boot between
the various flavours (ubuntu & lubuntu) and releases (stable & testing),
easily knowing which one I'm on by them having different desk-tops is a real
plus for me :-)


On Fri, Jun 18, 2010 at 11:45 AM, Max <maxter@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

> i know that all derivated distros out of there are using customized themes.
> personally i think that creating a integrated desktop experience is not so
> simple. ubuntu spends much efforts to customize his desktop.
> so... why not simply use the 'normal' ubuntu theme?
> this will lead also to simplify the life of all persons that use ubuntu on
> their desktops and love the ubuntu theme (like me), and use lubuntu on their
> netbook: installing the ubuntu theme and wallpaper is not so difficult....
> but to find a matching openbox theme is not so simple :)
> another little improvement could be to let the user to manage the lxdm
> theme from lxappearence.
> Max Franco
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