| This shot shows the desktop of Tavis Ormandy.
Question to Tavis: The icons on the left side - are generated automatically - do they change if the window contents changes?
Tavis: They are generated automatically, the icons are little screenshots of the windows before they were iconified, pretty simple to do with the new WindowStyle command, but they look really cool :)
|FVWM Chrome theme from Andrew Dolgov. He provides a package with configs and pixmaps used at this screenshot.|
This screenshot shows FVWM 2.5.6 with ROX 2.0.1 and two gkrellms on the right. The icons are available at kde-look.org and the FVWM-theme is made by myself.
The good thing with ROX is, that you can have icons on your desktop without loosing your root-menu.
|Submitted by J.G.A. van Riswick. This is a screen shot of fvwm mimicking the cde environment. The setup features motif-style window decorations and shadow/hilight color calculations. The colors are calculated in a perl script, which also generates .xresources and .gtkrc files so that a consistent color scheme is used throughout all applications. In addition, given background pixmaps are colored in the same colors, who on turn are reflected in the colors of the buttons on the pager. To mimic the cde front panel (in the bottom) I used the gnome panel with some custom applets added. Left to be done to fully get the cde look are window decorations for icons. You can dowload CDEmu which includes config files and scripts here.|
|Redmond98 theme from fvwm-themes. A pretty close Windows 95 look and feel can be duplicated with fvwm.|