quarta-feira, 22 de julho de 2009

Gtk replacements for Qt applications

And the story is pretty simple: I avoid using Qt application. I don't have any technical arguments for such opinion. The point is that Gtk applications just look more beautiful than Qt based :)

And besides, I really can't use full desktop environments like KDE or even Gnome. So, I use OpenBox with a lot of Gtk-based applications. It gets really fast and simple to use. But ok, enough talk. Let's get to business:
Talking a little more about my favorite window manager, there is two ways to start applications automatically on OpenBox:
  • You may put the commands you would like to be started at ~/.xinitrc - if you are doing startx or if your login manager reads the ~/.xinitrc file
  • Or put them at ~/.config/openbox/autostart.sh instead.
Have fun :)

*Thanks to Ursinha
**Thanks to Carlos Costa
***Thanks to Edjunior


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