Here's a little something I've been working on. My gnome-shell theme (Numix) has been very slightly tweaked to work with a script I wrote. Whenever I run the script, it changes the accent colors of both my shell theme and my svg wallpaper.
1. Support for snapping windows to fill either quarters or halves of my screen
2. Not cinnamon because it's been buggy recently.
3. Not a tiling manager, because no matter how much I use them I can't get the hang of them.
4. Able to be themed, even if I need to do it manually in a config file
Is this a lost cause, or is there a good WM that would work for me?
(I've already checked out comparisons of WMs online, but I'm still unable to leave gnome or gnome-derived DEs.
You're right, arch is no longer the distro for me.
In gnome-control-center, I have no detected audio input devices. I can, however, record my voice in audacity or with arecord without issues, but applications like skype do not work. What can I do to resolve this?
I have already done everything I can think of in Alsamixer and Pavucontrol, but I'm not sure where to go from here. I should also note that the box that says "Microphone (unplugged)" is the only option I have available.
After running pulseaudio in verbose mode, I ended up getting one error:
E: [pulseaudio] alsa-mixer.c: [/usr/share/pulseaudio/alsa-mixer/paths/analog-input-internal-mic.conf:24] Name makes no sense in 'General'
Not sure if that helps though
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