Hey would EcyStep4 be a compatible theme with LiteStep?
and how do i go about installing it, I downloaded a LiteStep Installer, not the build
The installer i used comes with Austerity as the default theme
Every theme here is compatible with litestep. Just go to the litestep menu and select install theme, and then browse to the theme you downloaded and voila. That simple.
Just a word of advice: If you can't figure out something as simple as changing themes on your own, changing shells was probably a bad idea.
No i used to use litestep ages ago and it wasn't that simple, so thanks
But you did fail to mention "browse to the "Zip" file that you downloaded, don't extract the zip manually" I made the stupid mistake of extracting the zip file and placing it in my themes folder wondering why i couldn't find it from the install prompt
until i noticed the prompt for install also had .zip as a recognizeable extension.
Now i have a more advanced question, I know that with the VWM you have multiple screens available to you, Now i know that when i used to use litestep years back, i modified one of the modules so that i can Toggle between screens by moving the mouse to the very top right or top left of the screen and it would automatically jump to that page.
Anyone know how i can achieve this effect?
oh and, here's my dsektop :)
and i designed the wallpaper myself, And yes that's 4 CPU's and 3.5 gigs of ram
Well... how did you do it the first time? =P
don't know, that was years ago
I'm fairly sure it was litestep tho, i used a few different shells, like
Cloud9 and Blackbox
but this was all back in the time i was going through my hacker/script kiddie phase(which was probably too my advantage at that time with these kinds of programs)
Now i'm just a professional graphic designer expanding my abilities :)
But any help would be appreciated
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Use ckhotspots-2.3.2 or xHotSpots-1.0 (or is it up to 1.1)?
Then use your VWM module of choice. The bangs are in there somewhere.
Or use xlabel if you don't want to load another module and don't need anything particular to those hotspot modules.