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Laptop running Antergos with Gnome 3


Hybrid laptop/tablet running Ubuntu Gnome with plank dock



I had installed Antergos on the tablet, but due to a bug with the latest version of libinput I had to find a distro which had an earlier version.
Using Plank instead of dash to dock due to a bug with touch events being registered twice when showing the desktop.

You could have kept Antergos and installed the xf86-input-evdev driver, which is the driver that libinput replaces.
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You could have kept Antergos and installed the xf86-input-evdev driver, which is the driver that libinput replaces.

I'll upgrade to a rolling release distro once libinput in it's newest version is fixed.

Ubuntu uses an older version and it's flawless.
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I'll upgrade to a rolling release distro once libinput in it's newest version is fixed.

Ubuntu uses an older version and it's flawless.

Because rolling to a whole new OS is easier than installing a package...
 
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It can be for those that haven't yet gotten accustomed to package pinning and handling dependency hell on their distro of choice. I don't see distro-hopping being as common amongst experienced users since they've already gotten used to the specifics of their distro.
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Because rolling to a whole new OS is easier than installing a package...

Not sure if this is the best thread to discuss this.

I'm still learning linux and I'm using my laptop and desktop to mess around and breaking stuff. The tablet just needs to work smile.gif
I agree that installing a package would be easier, but seeing as the arch wiki claim evdev is inferior to libinput when it comes to touch.. the choice was simple.

I'll revisit Arch once libinput has been fixed or I learn how to downgrade a package.
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Just a small update.  Switched to Vertex-Dark theme and Utra-Flat-Icons.  The folder icons are a little too bright in Thunar, but other than that I really like the theme and icons.  I will probably just edit the folder icons, and use the custom orange folder icons I made for Arc.

 

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Just a small update.  Switched to Vertex-Dark theme and Utra-Flat-Icons.  The folder icons are a little too bright in Thunar, but other than that I really like the theme and icons.  I will probably just edit the folder icons, and use the custom orange folder icons I made for Arc.



That looks very slick.
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Thanks. :)  Finding a dark theme that doesn't break things and/or make things unreadable can be a pain.  So far so good with Vertex-Dark. 

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Thanks. smile.gif   Finding a dark theme that doesn't break things and/or make things unreadable can be a pain.  So far so good with Vertex-Dark. 

I am so picky when it comes to the look and feel of my desktop. haha it drives me crazy.
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I know its pretty plain but simple. Arch xfce dusk theme


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