Cutefish is a Desktop Environment written originally for the CutefishOS project that has a focus on simplicity, beauty, and practicality. It is written using the Qt5 framework to provide a simple, universal look and feel.
Cutefish can be installed with the group.
Cutefish can either be started with a display manager or manually from the console. The display manager included with Cutefish is SDDM.
Cutefish configuration can be done mainly in the settings application pinned on the dock.
Cutefish does not natively support keybindings, but using the sxhkd daemon we can add custom keybindings.
It can be started through a custom session:
#!/bin/bash nohup sxhkd & cutefish-session
[Desktop Entry] Type=Application Exec=cutefish-session-sxhkd TryExec=cutefish-session-sxhkd Name=Cutefish Desktop (with sxhkd) Keywords=session-sxhkd Comment=session-sxhkd
ctrl + alt + t cutefish-terminal super + d cutefish-launcher
Cutefish Terminal does not natively have a built-in color scheme switcher. We can however edit the source code to include our own colorscheme.
Clone the source code
$ git clone https://github.com/cutefishos/terminal
Edit the color scheme
$ cd qmltermwidget/lib/color-schemes/
Edit the theme, which is either Cutefish-Dark.colorscheme, or Cutefish-Light.colorscheme, depending on your theme.
Compiling your modified terminal
$ cd ../../../ && mkdir build && cd build && cmake .. && make # make install
The above commands will do all the steps for you.