Gimmie vs Vista menu

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HotCocoa

11 years ago

That looks NOTHING like the Vista-menu I'm thinking of, can you post a link to where to get it?

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HotCocoa

11 years ago

What is that Mozilla-looking icon next to FireFox?

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MikeDK

11 years ago

its Thunderbird Mail

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elstranger

11 years ago

basically i like the normal ubuntu default what have given to me

but if you want my opinion vista looks good

but i hope gimmie can do somehting new something rounded looks great and more flexible then vista then linux will rock

linux rock because it implemented vista and btw it runs linux :)

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slaytanic

11 years ago

i personally do not use any of the mentioned above, but if i have to choose my choice will be vista menu as if is more compact compared to gimmie that uses almost half of the screen...

is vista menu get a somehow more independent look from original vista menu i will consider to use it

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sousuke

11 years ago

can you share your wall pls

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Sigra

11 years ago

Gimmie would be much better if it was not looking like a box..or all square. if could put rounded edges with shadows it would have more potential.

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GrzegorzJZD

11 years ago

Please, tell us how to apply skin/change theme in Gimmie?

P.S. I've notice You came from Poland. This could be useful for You: http://grzglo.jogger.pl/2007/12/21/jakie-menu-dla-gnome/

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slawomir

11 years ago

1) Gtk: Moomex Ultimatum

2) Copizconfig-settings-manager -> General Options -> Opacity Settings; add (name=gimmie_applet) -18621

3) Copizconfig-settings-manager -> windows blur -> Alpha blur windows; add (name=gimmie_applet)
gaussian blur 15

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GrzegorzJZD

11 years ago

Is it possible to change the way Gimmie look without Compiz/Beryl/Fussion?

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TonyJ

11 years ago

How long did it take to configure this from scratch? I installed gimmie but the default was horrid and I left it at that (about a week ago).

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slawomir

11 years ago

What is better? :)

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cyrtainne

11 years ago

I've used "Gimmie" with Compiz-Fusion and it looks good and works good. I personally don't like the look of anything related to windoze "vista" myself - I'll save that for my windows drive. I can see however that if your used to windows and can't live without it, then making Linux resemble it would be the next best thing.

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sjc001

11 years ago

The Vista one so far. It takes up a bit less real estate on the panel. Could you make it so that the buttons on the tray could be switched around and put in a different order?

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