The operating system
Mods and themes
I use my own GTK theme, which is a blend of the Arc and Deepin themes, and I use Flat Remix icons 😎. Styling of terminal is handled by wal, a script to generate color configurations 🎨️ based on your wallpaper 😙.
Across my OS I use the Noto font family, Noto Sans for desktop apps and Noto Mono for editors and terminal.
Oh, and I’m the guy that likes light themes. Come at me with your pitchforks 🔥 but they are just easier on my eyes 😝.
Tilix can do panes, tabs, drag and drop and is just overall the best terminal emulator 🔥. Combine it with the power of oh-my-zsh, my favorite eastwood theme and a bunch of plugins it’s THE TOOL 🔧 to get stuff done 😍.
The best eBook reader 👌 and that comes from someone who spent a lot of sweat and blood developing his own 😑.
UberWriter is my favorite markdown editor, I use it to view and edit my notes 📔 and general writing ✏️.
GIMP is older than the universe but it has seen some active development recently 😮 and remains my go-to image editor.
Old school offline office suite to cover all your officy 😗 needs, it got me through school 🎒, university 🏫, and does a good job at work 🏢.
- Gravit designer - pretty cool mock-up and vector design tool
- Teleport - for sharing stuff over WiFi
- Sequeler - for browsing online and local SQL databases
- Spice-Up - for throwing together quick and nice presentations
- Paperwork - for keeping my businesses documentation organized
- Image Optimizer - lossless image optimization for the web
- Podcasts - GNOME’s new podcasts app looks sweet 😍
There is obviously a lot more to list but there is always more. 🤷️