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Default Appearances

No matter what artwork Linux developers use for their distros, you can bet that someone won’t like it. Mepis users have complained loudly about that distro’s default appearances, leading to a huge community effort to beautify things over the past few releases. More here

Like I said, I thought Mepis 8’s default appearance was great; for the first time ever, I haven’t changed the default colors or scheme. But that’s about all I didn’t change. As usual, I put in my own wallpapers, completely tweaked the panel, swapped out left- and right-arrow icons, put in a standard KMenu icon to replace Mepis’ default one, tweaked the clock’s appearance, chose the transparent (dark background) scheme for Konsole, and changed the mouse cursor, among other things.

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