It sacrifices some “usability” for look, yet tries to keep a balance and still be functional. It is meant to echo some of the past from where Enlightenment comes from, and yet roll in modern effects and feels. They never get “unpacked”. That’s why we pioneered themes and spent immense amounts of time making them nicely packaged, efficient and powerful enough to fine-tune almost any aspect of the UI. Thats why we have themes. Today in Enlightenment, these themes come as “Edje” files (. That’s what options are for. Do not have the misconception that what you see is what you are stuck with. They are used “live as-is”, and only the data needed from the file is sourced and decoded, so even if the theme is massive, only the pieces needed at any one time are decoded into memory, which is normally a fraction of the actual file size. They are also live data and need to be there while E17 runs as it is forever digging bits of data out of these files as it needs it. One size does NOT fit all. It tries to strike a balance of being unique (not mimicking some other desktop look), yet still being stylish. Maybe the default is fine. Maybe it is not. It is an accepted fact that the default look will not be for everyone. It will not be for everyone, but it is hoped that it keeps you mostly happy until you find other themes that exactly meet your visual needs. You are expected to experiment and discover what is good for you. The default look is not what you are stuck with. That you may need. Edj), and are pre-packaged data files containing all images, layout, animation etc. Enlightenment was the first Window Manager (WM) to introduce themes in X11 (pre-packaged sets of data that you just grab and select, providing you with a vast new look and feel). You will find this as an on-going philosophy in Enlightenment.
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It is classed as a “desktop shell” providing the things you need to operate your desktop (or laptop), but is not a whole ‘ application suite. Enlightenment window manager is a lean, fast, modular and very extensible window manager for X11 and Linux. This covered launching applications, managing their windows and doing other system tasks like suspending, reboots, managing files etc.
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With as many as 25 or 30 terminal sessions open simultaneously much of the time, having a single window in which to manage those sessions avoids having large numbers of windows open on my desktop. As a person who generally keeps a messy physical desktop—they do say that is the sign of high intelligence, cough, cough—and lots of open windows on my Linux desktop, wrangling all my terminal sessions into a single window is a great step forward in terms of decluttering.
As many desktops are being landed on Fedora, Integrating Enlightenment in
Fedora can not only enlarge the number of available desktops in .
Other criteria include security, including how quickly security upgrades are available; ease of package management; and number of packages available. Technical variations of Linux distributions include support for different hardware devices and systems or software package configurations. Organizational differences may be motivated by historical reasons.
Each Tilix session can be subdivided horizontally and vertically into multiple terminal emulation sessions. Let’s ensure that we keep our terminology straight, because it can be confusing. In Tilix, a “session” is a page in a Tilix window that contains one or more terminals. Opening a new session opens a new page with a single terminal emulation session.
We make these applications. We use our libraries not just to make Enlightenment but to also make other applications for regular every-day use. We eat our own dog food.
Pick from 6 great monospaced fonts available in Fedora to use in your terminal or text editor.
As you can see Enlightenment is available within Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora and openSUSE but look at the version numbers.
When used together with the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries (EFL), Enlightenment can refer to an entire desktop environment. Enlightenment includes functions to provide a graphical shell, and it can be used in conjunction with programs written for GNOME or KDE.