Hi, lately even after a fresh install Fedora Kinoite was so buggy its nearly unusable.
So my idea is to give GNOME another try, and I found out it is very nice!
Poorly there is a lot of GUI lacking, but with some experience that is not that hard.
I have lots of Icon problems. I installed
dolphin kate konsole lxqt-config thats it. The icons are now a mix between Breeze and Adwaita, which looks pretty bad.
I want to use Adwaita Icons everywhere, and I am unsure how to do that.
I may have rebased from Kinoite to Silverblue, thats why the icons are all messed up. Deleting some directories and re-logging in should fix that, right?
I based off ublues Silverblue, specifically Secureblue.
Extensions (Flatpak Extensionmanager)
- dash to dock
- blur my shell
- click to close overview
- clipboard indicator
- hide universal access (remove Accessibility Menu after increasing font size, fractional scaling made everything blurry)
- appindicator support (preinstalled)
- fix Meta+PgUp to toggle full size
- fix Meta+Left/Right for “split”
- increased font size to “large” to make it usable on a HiDPI 14in laptop
- dash to panel
- slight hovering animation
- systray icons: reduced padding
- 30% opacity
Removing some desktop entry spam (this is all CLI thanks GNOME)
#touch org.gnome.Nautilus.desktop #unsure
#touch org.gnome.Console.desktop #unsure
I am not so sure if I find Nautilus so horrible, it seems to have gotten better. I am not sure how to get Dolphin to work, as some things like mounting a LUKS encrypted drive are nonfunctional currently.
Removing the default Text editor is often necessary, otherwise you need a ton of “change default app” actions afaik.
Breeze icons took over pretty much everything though, which is not nice. I could try and live with Flatpak Kate, Okular, Gwenview etc only though.