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If you are using LXDE, it still depends on the window manager. The usual default window manager is Openbox. Openbox keyboard tricks are listed here: http://openbox.org/wiki/Help:Actions Each distro offering LXDE comes with its own list of actions. In Lubuntu 13.10, which is the LXDE flavor with Openbox as window manager, you have the settings here: ...


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What is being used in the video is a program called Conky. It displays system information on the desktop. It is available in the Ubuntu Software Center, search for "conky". The default theme isn't nearly as pretty as the one that guys is using in the video. You have to edit a config file to change the appearance of the Conky widget. There are many ...


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Window decoration Your link is pointing to the Beryl Emerald window decoration. The window decoration is appearance of window borders, titlebars and buttons. The Emerald themes are not native KDE window decorations. To use the Emerald themes you will need a theme engine. An engine to use the Emerald themes is the Smaragd: ...


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Which programming language is used. Whatever language you prefer. Most FOSS projects are written using C, C++, Java and/or Python so to understand the current desktops you will need to be able to understand all of these (plus you need to understand the logical reasoning). Where is the source of that. You can find the desktops on launchpad: Unity, ...



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