I don’t know how to put more bars and plank, but this is a temporary use.
Here’s what I use:
GTK Theme: Adapta Red Nokto
Icons: Flat Remix
Cursor: Bibata Oil
Top panel applets: Budgie menu, Workspaces, System tray, Screenshot tool, Notification Bell, Power Options, Clock, Raven
Left dock isn’t plank, it’s the dock built into budgie. Autohide works better with it
Oww I’m using default blue/green ( teal ? ) Adapta. Where is that red one to be found ?
( later ) Forget it, it’s there https://www.gnome-look.org/p/1190851/
Now while using Papirus icons, how set the default color for folders to, let’s say, red ?
Just the Background changed and the icons on the bottom panel
Getting ready for Halloween a little early this year?
I used it last Halloween and never wanted to remove it, so here we are omegalul.
I like it simple and quiet: just the basics, no icons on the desktop, just some smooth painting as background…
Widgets : Vimix Laptop;
Icons: Marwaita (with some tweaks);
Background image: Some painting from Paul Gauguin;
Widgets : EvoPop;
Icons: Elementary GT Dark;
Background image: own foto
Launcher: Phanther launcher with icon in plank
wow - wow -wow … now that really is one heck of a setup
what graphics card are you using to drive all of those screens?
Haha! I should have clarified that my laptop shown is just for meetings, travel, working remote and notes.
I had 3 monitors (all vertical) on a NVidia 750ti. I decided to add the fourth monitor early 2019 and upgraded to an AMD Radeon 570 (8GB GDDR5) to support all four monitors. The new card is performing great, much better than the 750ti. I am using 3 display ports (DP to HDMI adapters) and one HDMI port. The card is spec’d out to support six monitors (two more through one unused DVI port).
I know, it really is ridiculous! LOL! But, I love the setup. I basically compartmentalize apps to each screen. And the top monitor is great for occasionally watching a movie while I work.
The overall cost wasn’t too bad. Each monitor (27" 1920x1080) was about $150 and the new graphics card was $160. I also built an AMD Ryzen 7 box (spent about $375) in December using the NVidia card, RAM and drives from the Dell XPS 8900 (i7-6700) box. Then, moved the previous Dell box (after adding 8GB RAM and an old laptop drive) to be a file server for my offline backup of Google Drive cloud storage and other file archives (still Windows 10). I also installed Tonido cloud to provide access to the file archives outside the office. The AMD Ryzen is much faster and more responsive than the i7 in the Dell.
I posted the AMD box specs here: What's your Budgie Machine?
True, the wallpaper is great!
I am afraid you’ve got a huge bug.
I’ll be sure and report it !