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  • arsfeld
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    Manjaro is very stable for a bleeding edge OS. You still get the latest packages like Arch does, but with enough tweaks and add-ons that you don't feel the pain that much. For instance, you can select which kernel version to install and stay with a series, like LTS, instead of always getting the latest one as Arch.

    But you can't compare to something like Debian, they have very different objectives.

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  • Citan
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    Originally posted by hax0r View Post
    [S]Kicker menu looks nice and easy on the eyes and then there's glaring white Dolphin window, will theme makers ever learn anything and try to least make UI looks consistent and not make your eyes bleed? Messing around on top of already ugly KDE theme is pure garbage. This is why you use MacOS.[/S]
    "I don't like the default aesthetics and I'm too much used to be on a system that makes me captive of choices made by others to remember most of the look and feel can be changed with a few clicks. As well as forgetting that my taste may not be as widely shared with other people as I'd think/like".
    Fixed that for you.

    Back on topic, to people who are into trying all distributions? For an upcoming new computer in mid-2020, mixing both personal and professional uses, is that kind of distro stable and reliable enough? Or would I better grab a Debian and spent as much time as needed to get a polished yet nice KDE environment?

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  • polarathene
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    Originally posted by hax0r View Post
    Kicker menu looks nice and easy on the eyes and then there's glaring white Dolphin window, will theme makers ever learn anything and try to least make UI looks consistent and not make your eyes bleed? Messing around on top of already ugly KDE theme is pure garbage. This is why you use MacOS.
    The theme is the sole reason to use Manjaro. The maintainers of the distro do much more than just that. Here's the thing about themes, not everyone has the same tastes and being themeable...you can change that rather easily to something you do prefer. I personally prefer the light theme with dark taskbar and kicker, over dark theme all over.

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  • boxie
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    Originally posted by hax0r View Post
    Kicker menu looks nice and easy on the eyes and then there's glaring white Dolphin window, will theme makers ever learn anything and try to least make UI looks consistent and not make your eyes bleed? Messing around on top of already ugly KDE theme is pure garbage. This is why you use MacOS.
    -or- and here me out here - or you use the breeze dark global theme and live in pure dark happiness. #JustSaying

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  • hax0r
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    Kicker menu looks nice and easy on the eyes and then there's glaring white Dolphin window, will theme makers ever learn anything and try to least make UI looks consistent and not make your eyes bleed? Messing around on top of already ugly KDE theme is pure garbage. This is why you use MacOS.

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  • Manjaro 19.0 Preview Images For KDE + GNOME Available For Testing

    Phoronix: Manjaro 19.0 Preview Images For KDE + GNOME Available For Testing

    For fans of the easy-to-use Arch-based Manjaro Linux distribution, 19.0 preview images as the first test builds have begun to surface...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...Preview-Images
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