I do over all like pixel so far (just began using it today). The only negative so far is the ugly retro late 1980's/early 1990's flat widgets, and retro window boarders (though those are purely aesthetic).
Would like to know how to change the window decorations in this desktop environment to something more modern looking?
Other unrelated questions:
Using Linux enough to ask the following finally:
1: How do you exit the X Windowing System? On most Linux Distros I have used on other platforms it is a menu option, though not with this desktop enviroment.
2: Where can I locate some decent documentation on programming for the Framebuffer?
3: Is there a good reference to using OpenGL, without X as implemented on the RPi (I understand it is a subset of OpenGL)?
3: I am just learning to program for X using XLib as well as through XCB. Are there any good resources on learning to use XCB (I have found plenty of tutorials on XLib that assume a programmer is reading)?
EDIT: Further research has shown that both of these are high level toolkits, not simple wrappers
. So not interested.
4: Where can I find some decent documentation on programming for SDL?
5: Has anyone yet ported Cura? Slic3r is great, though there are a few cases where the small differences make it so that I want to use Cura.
6: Is there a complete list of the coreutils somewhere, along with quick usage documentation (I am pretty sure I do not yet know all of them, as I had not been a heavy Lunux/BSD user since the mid 1990's, preferring RISC OS in the mean time)?
7: Knowing that there are a huge number of HLL's available for ARM Linux (many just for Linux in general), what are the merits of those that people are familiar with (excluding C, C++, Java, Java Script, Pascal, Python, Fortran, Forth, and Lua; I am already familiar with these)?
8: What are the BASIC veriants available, with the pros and cons of each (excluding Brandy BASIC and FreeBASIC, those two I know).
9: Where can I find good information on using the DRM (Direct Rendering Module) for more than a dumb framebuffer?