"Red Hat and Sun have showed us that GNOME can be both nice to
look at and fun to use. However, GNOME is horribly bland in its
natural state, and fixing it so that it's more palatable seems like
such a daunting task. But what if you could do your own
Bluecurve-like customizations and turn a boring and annoying
default GNOME installation into a thing of beauty and productivity
in about 20 minutes?
"In this article we're going to discuss GNOME 2.6, but many of
the tips that you'll learn can be used in versions of GNOME back to
2.0. While some distributions modify GNOME a bit, everything you
read here should work in any edition of GNU/Linux,
Free/Open/NetBSD, Solaris, and any other operating system that
offers GNOME support..."
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