On Sunday 19 January 2014 20:32:56 Thierry de Coulon wrote:
> That's what's nice with TDE (and Linux): everyone can cook his/her
> Your's is almost exactly everything that I don't want on mine...
> but it's yours and yes, it's nice it can be done :).
Again, +1. I love that TDE can be so easily configured to suit the
Even just for myself and my husband I have different Desktops. Both
Trinity of course!
Having taken screenshots, I realise that they look somewhat similar,
but we use them differently.
Peter uses only the applications that have icons on the panel. So
long as the functions remain the same, he doesn't mind what those
icons look like. I thought that he might be bored with his
background picture, but was told fairly firmly yesterday to leave it
alone! He doesn't use the clock and date, but I live in hope and
leave them there.
I work from the keyboard. I find it useful to be reminded what is
running where, but frequently actually switch using Alt-F5. Most of
the time I run applications full-screen, so as others have said, I
rarely see my desktop.
My granddaughter had her panel jammed full with application icons, and
a fair few on her desktop too. But she is currently in Japan, so I
have not got access.
Horses for courses.... It's great, isn't it?