"default image viewer on antiX, i love it <3 has ability to saturate/desaturate images! (also its icon is cute). i just wish it worked on mint 21 Xfce for me too..."
"absolutely my favourite text editor <3 its implementation of Vi is the best i've seen, with only Alpine Linux's default Vi competing"
"hnnnng i wish i moved to gnu/linux waay sooner if literally nothing else, JUST to have had use of Wget!"
"simply the best video player! i make sure to add ~/.config/mpv/mpv.conf with loop-file=inf and hwdec=auto-safe. so far i've had great success with using it as my universal music/video player for everything other than midi... Timidity or Rhythmbox answers that need"
"buh, Mirage (though doesn't work for me on mint 21 Xfce) and Ristretto are better..."
"whoa why isn't this installed by default? not like that's a real problem and normally can respect slim defaults, but that's... definitely not what mint does even on their "light" Xfce version... regardless, excellent program"
"on mint 21 Xfce, it runs perfectly fine for me. i loathe discord and absolutely looking to leave it behind soon, but it beats logging into window$ just to call :/ or checking for history and messages that Pidgin just eats. also, with a system-wide install of cursor icons from xfce-look, i can still have my cute banana cursor even on disc window i guess "
"obligatory, even though mint is hopelessly sysD. this was the reason i switched my main system to antiX, freedom from incursion of systemd/elogind/etc. RedHat & Ubuntu are just the worst players in GNU/Linux-land... at least Mint apt-pins against the latter's Snap tomfoolery, i guess!"
"what a complete joke, why must it try to do everything (also pretty much the worst option if you care about privacy/encryption - Claws or Mutt win, see EFAIL). mozilla bad grrrr but why is this default for real!"
"LibreWolf is basically FF but better across the board. also Mozilla is fucking exceptionally severe example of "we say we care so much about your privacy while we laugh and eat you for breakfast". get out ASAP"
"overly heavy trash that also froze my system :/ uninstall! pure mpv is perfectly good"
"i absolutely love UnPilgia~ although the default size is waay too small, but with sizeup it's beautiful"
"if you use firefox, librewolf is just better, while still basically being the same. you STILL NEED TO HARDEN IT, make sure to sweep into about:preferences, about:config, and the like. big plus that it doesn't ship with automatic cloudflared DNS-over-HTTPS, at least. also uMatrix > uBlock Origin, as digdeeper.club explains"
"not as good as Mirage, but still the next best option! it supported even .webp out the gate for me on mint 21 Xfce, so..."
"eats waay more cpu power than other terminals i've used - still not an issue, unless your cooling or something is compromised in general. besides that it's lovely and fun to use! although the blur while scrolling fast... not so much. but since i've been wanting to get a look like from 80s computers running terminal text adventure.. yeah this is beautiful"
"like Leafpad, it's top of the line for GUI plaintext editors i think! i like that my custom Xfce theme works with it"