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coryrj1995: My Desktop, clean(ish) and no bars in the way :)

OS: Zorin OS 9, based on Ubuntu14.04
Did you find a way to map the Windows superkey to open menu in OS9? :S
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coryrj1995: My Desktop, clean(ish) and no bars in the way :)

OS: Zorin OS 9, based on Ubuntu14.04
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realkman666: Did you find a way to map the Windows superkey to open menu in OS9? :S
oddly enough, I cannot figure it out at all. in 6 i was able to by default. but currently i cannot use the zorin menu, i have a python problem right now ??? it wont start.
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enigmaxg2: Too sad that no one posted windows 8.x pics, I don't use desktop anymore to store shortcuts, that belongs to StartScreen now.

http://i.imgur.com/Qg24Nkl.png

http://i.imgur.com/gNJUFn9.png
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koban4max81: where can i get that image the first one?
Found it for you via google reverse image search.
http://i.imgur.com/rztpn.jpg
My XFCE Desktop! Better than cory's zorin desktop!
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realkman666: Did you find a way to map the Windows superkey to open menu in OS9? :S
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coryrj1995: oddly enough, I cannot figure it out at all. in 6 i was able to by default. but currently i cannot use the zorin menu, i have a python problem right now ??? it wont start.
A lot of Linux guys went traditional by considering the superkey is a modifier only. It's so frustrating to me, as I was using it in Ubuntu and Mint for a few years. Switched to Zorin, can't find a way to make it work at all.
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koban4max81: where can i get that image the first one?
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LaithArkham: Found it for you via google reverse image search.
http://i.imgur.com/rztpn.jpg
THANKS!
My desktop as of now
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My simple Linux Mint desktop.
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Post edited September 28, 2014 by OlivawR
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OlivawR: My simple Linux Mint desktop.
wallpaper.jpg has crashed
so i am very picky about my wallpapers (i have folder with 200+ pictures of them) and it came to the point that no wallpaper was good enough to stick on my desktop for some time. so i decided that just all black will do the best. it's not distracting, eye hurting or anything. it's simple as it is and effective as well. i prntscred it with my current folders and stuff just to be more entertaining for you. just to mention its dual monitor. on the left is my 1920x1080 monitor attatched to laptop with 1366x768 resolution.
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