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Linux.com: ThemesNov 28, 1999, 17:21 (5 Talkback[s])
"Themes, "packages" that change the way you look at certain objects or events. One of the biggest use of themes in linux is on window managers. They change the way the window manager looks, acts, and feels. Either changing a titlebar, to the way the entire window looks, themes are meant to give you something different, something out of the ordinary to not make your window manager as boring."
"I am going to focus on four different window managers and their use of themes. How much you can change, how much you can't, and why someone might want to do such a thing. From the ever flexible Enlightenment, to the speedy BlackBox, all have the power to make good use of themes."
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