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Mint with a Theme

I decided to install a them to make my desktop look a bit different and added one of my own wallpapers to make it ook a bit better. Still will do some menu editing. What do you think so far?

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mmm... oh, yup.


Minty blue!


Some more editing :)

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With that Dock-type thing, and a global menu bar like in Unity, you're close to a Mac-like look for your system!


Yeah, yeah, I know you don't like Unity. [img]<___base_url___>//public/style_emoticons/default/wink.png[/img] And, that may not even be what you're going for here! :)


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