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    Theme fixing

    Unless someone wants to beat me to it, I think I might play with this at some point: Would you apply the kanji of the button at random? It is a totally different meaning. 加 = add 家 = home 除 = delete? remote? The kanji in unison with operation is this: 小 = small 大 = big 閉 = close I think it's a fair modification request. The people who can't read the symbols shouldn't be bothered. I'm definitely glad to see there were no left-handed theme killings. I greatly support having options for letting you choose which side to put the corner buttons on for ultimate freedom. I hope that setup is something that can get worked into Moksha in the near-ish future. (More important things first, of course.)
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    Atom Text Editor

    Name: Atom Homepage: https://atom.io/ Requested Version: 1.15.0 Package Source: https://github.com/atom/atom/archive/v1.15.0.tar.gz Debian Source: https://github.com/atom/atom/releases/tag/v1.15.0 PPA: ppa:webupd8team/atom -- https://launchpad.net/~webupd8team/+archive/ubuntu/atom/+packages I believe the PPA has both 32- and 64-bit options.
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    I've always found Midori to be on the crashy side. What I've found cool is that some of its vendor stuff is similar to Safari, so I can solve some Safari website issues by checking if things look good on Midori without having to have an Apple device. I just use Firefox, and I've put Seamonkey on some Bodhi installs. The word "midori" is Japanese for "green". Seems kind of weird in English to just name things after a color, but I think it's neat.
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    Renaming / Reorganizing the Top Level Main Menu

    I personally think "Everything Launcher" or similar would be better, as it helps teach the name being used. I know it'd take time to get used to using something with an entirely different name, for those times I'm silly and open up the menu to do something. I say make Settings Panel have no sublist by default, with an option somewhere to turn on the sublist if you still want it. It took me a while to realize that items with sublist could also be clicked on their own. So I think it'd be far more user friendly to the new person to just have the one option, and then just let people who like the old way still have an option to get it back.
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    Please use upstream EFL

    I think that's fair. Leave v.3 alone to keep stable, and then give the latest versions a try with v.4, which is just around the corner anyway. Helping to debug and make tweaks to the newer versions is definitely good to do--if it's not in a terrible state to begin with. Newer doesn't necessarily mean better, and if it's so bad, stable is better. The phantom bugs that are "fixed" aren't worth it, even more so if it's not known what they are.
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    Too many items in the main menu

    Heya Art, That's a pretty interesting bug. In the meantime, for reaching all your games, I highly recommend giving Run Everything a try. I rarely use my menus anymore. Usually when I do, it's when I'm having a bit of a duh moment and am not remembering what I'm looking for or what the name is. I remember looking into making my own menu categories at one time, though I think it ended up being complicated.
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    Is there a problem with md5 checksums?

    Hiya budhi8, I don't use a viewer. Like gevera did in the first post, I've just done md5sum file.iso in the terminal. Thanks though, Tristam! I'll have to remember that one.
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    Name: QuiteRSS Homepage: http://quiterss.org/ Requested Version: 0.18.3 Package Source: http://quiterss.org/files/0.18.3/QuiteRSS-0.18.3-src.tar.gz PPA: https://launchpad.net/~quiterss/+archive/ubuntu/quiterss A nice little RSS feed reader that can notify you when a feed is updated with a little popup.
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    Name: LÖVE Homepage: https://love2d.org/ Requested Version: 0.10.1 Package Source: https://bitbucket.org/rude/love/downloads/love-0.10.1-linux-src.tar.gz Debian Source: https://bitbucket.org/rude/love/downloads/
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    I'm back with Bodhi

    Heya NickStone, Yeah, there's some work for bringing more themes from e17 to Moksha. Just will take some time. Lots of things being worked on. I like the Radiance theme that Duma put together. It's not too hard to customize. If you pull up the Colors option, you can pick different colors for things. Or you can rip it apart and tweak away that way too. At least of the ones I've tried to play with, I've found Raduance the most approachable. (Well, the original Bodhi 3 I liked better, but that was just a modified Radiance, so yeah.) You can always change the desktop environment (Moksha, e19, whatever), just like you can with Ubuntu and other Linux versions.
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    E17 in Ubuntu 16.04

    Heya JimP, When you try to use Ecomorph, select the option before you log in. In the upper right hand corner of the login screen, you should be able to find an Ecomorph option. After you select it, then log in. (The symbol is an i, apparently? I can't remember off the top of my head.) I know in an earlier release at least, I also had issues loading Ecomorph more manually. But that way worked.
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    Bodhi Linux 3.1.1 Release

    Any word on a Chromebook version? The last one is still on e19, I believe.
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    Wiki Authors/Editors

    Hi hippytaff, Sorry, I'm not sure what's going on? I just thought it wouldn't be too much to suggest an adjustment to the Wordpress stylesheets.
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    Wiki Authors/Editors

    I think it would be helpful if some adjustments could be made to page/site styling. For instance, if links could be bolded or underlined by default to help them stand out from the rest of the text. Also, if something could be done with the headings (h1, h2, etc.) to help better differentiate them. Maybe make the even numbered ones a different color? The size difference between each step just doesn't seem clear enough to me.
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    Idea: a conky fork suited for Moksha

    I don't think any actual forking of Conky needs to be done. You can just have something that deals with and manipulates regular conky setups. Basically, kind of automates what you could do by hand. I dunno, just feels like overcomplicating things otherwise.