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Salix Xfce 13.37-beta2 - first impressions and screenshots

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On 05/04 the second beta of the Salix main Xfce version was made available, and being one of my favorite distributions I just had to give it a quick spin and opted for a basic install. First impressions are excellent. Things haven't changed much, and except a lovely fresh new wallpaper and login screen 13.37 looks exactly like the previous two. Good for when you actually want to get down to business and not relearn the interface every few months.

Well, everything except one addition to the Xfce System menu - the Sourcery SlackBuild Manager. This is a custom Salix tool as far as I gather, written by George Vlahas, or Gapan, one of the main guys behind the Salix OS. This is described as:

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