Legacy icons in XFCE

I finally upgraded to Slackware64 14.2. I made a clean install and set up the system to be -multilib. I use XFCE and I wanted to use my favourite GNOME Colors icon theme. It is not available at SBo for Slackware 14.2 anymore and it depends on gnome-icon-theme that was removed from Slackware in favour of adwaita-icon-theme. Read the rest of this entry »

Extra toolbar buttons in SeaMonkey

A very nice extension for SeaMonkey is the Toolbar Buttons. It provides many additional buttons for the browser — just right click on the toolbar, select Customize and drag whatever you need on the toolbar: Read the rest of this entry »

SeaMonkey private browsing

I prefer to have a separate menu entry to start my web browser in private mode. I have been using SeaMonkey for quite some time and I always did: Read the rest of this entry »

XFCE semi-transparent desktop icons text background

To make the XFCE desktop icons text background semi-transparent (as opposed to fully transparent) create this file in the $HOME directory: ~/.gtkrc-2.0 and put the following in it: Read the rest of this entry »

Custom xdg user directories

I do not particularly like the standard folders that are automatically created in my $HOME. I used to just delete them and then set emblems on my own folders in XFCE. Some time ago, I found a discussion on LinuxQuestions about what program creates these automatically. Read the rest of this entry »