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Hi guys, I could have asked this in Reddit but I thought I could make my first post on Lemmy. I have installed loads of application themes, desktops and icons and I tried deleting some of them but it seems that they aren't all in the same place. What locations would they be installed?

This article offers a quick overview of _Linux Mint_, answering a few questions a potential (or new) user may have that are not covered by the official FAQ, such as how the scheme used for each release's _code name_ works.

Make decryption screen at boot bigger on LM21.1?
Can this be done using `sudo dpkg-reconfigure console-setup` and selecting another font/font size? Really it's just for aesthetic purposes more than anything else.

Monthly News – April 2023 – The Linux Mint Blog
_Linux Mint 21.2_ and _LMDE 6_ releases are slated for release in the coming months! Additionally, the _tooltips_ are being redesigned to achieve a consistent look, now using the accent color whenever possible.

Monthly News – January 2023 – The Linux Mint Blog
The work on release 21.2, codename "Victoria", has begun! A preview of some of the planned features has been detailed, alongside some bugfixes to Cinnamon, and an upgrade of the new bluetooth manager, Blueman.

New Features in Linux Mint 21.1 ‘Vera’ Cinnamon Edition - Linux Mint
While many on the related blog post for the [_21.1 BETA release_ announcement page]( laud the new look of several applications, I cannot help but feel such changes rob Linux Mint of its distinctive look and charm, taking Mint from its instantly recognizable desktop to something decidedly more generic and bland. I cannot fathom the reason for new sounds, either. I'm not certain the goals of making Mint more _trendy_ and _beautiful_ were achieved. Unless these refer to making it look more akin to Windows 11, which nemo's new manila folders with blue highlighting echoes. The new, more vibrant colors of Windows 11 icons were also rightfully criticized as being poor choices, but Mint seems determined to follow in its footsteps. Good defaults matter, and I believe these UI changes are not. That notwithstanding, the non-UI improvements everywhere are well justified and should make Linux Mint more comfortable for all to use. Flatpaks were rather inconvenient to use, and much work has gone into making those easier to manage. Especially exciting is the new _ISO Verification Tool_!

LMDE (Linux Mint Debian Edition) 5 „Elsie“
- [1,9 GB x64 ISO]( - [1,9 GB x86 ISO]( Previous final release was afaik back in 2020 called LMDE (Linux Mint Debian Edition) 4 „Debbie“. So this is 2 years of work release.

(Linux Mint) Automating Audio Input Preferences?
cross-posted from: > It's REALLY annoying that I gotta remember to switch from HDMI to Headphones. Is there a good "fix" to this that it will automate between the two? > > All I want is if the headphone been plugged in through the 3.5mm jack is to use it otherwise default to HDMI.

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