Roman M. Yagodin This site is a place for the articles about everything that I found interesting (.NET / Mono, Linux, FOSS, ASP.NET, DNN Platform, etc.) and also place for my humble experiments with Jekyll and GitHib Pages.

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30 Mar 2016How to build Speed Dreams 2.2 on Linux

Speed Dreams is a 3D cross-platform, open source motorsport simulation and racing game, a fork of the open racing car simulator Torcs, aiming to implement exciting new features, cars, tracks and AI opponents. Unfortunately, the Speed Dreams team do not provide binary release for Debian GNU/Linux. In this post I’ll try to give you the recipe on how to get latest Speed Dreams game running on your desktop.

24 May 2015Gtk Decoration Layout

Many great GNOME 3 applications are used widely across various desktop environments. Most of them use GTK+ client-side decorations (csd) instead of window manager borders, which makes them look as strangers outside GNOME Shell. In this post I want to show you how to tweak window buttons layout for csd-enabled applications.

12 Jan 2015Get Html From Gtk Sharp Clipboard

Developing a cross-platform application would never be easy job, but I consider GTK# framework as one of the solid options to provide cross-platform UI, though the lack of documentation is embarassing sometimes. In this post I want to show an example of using Gtk.Clipboard object to get HTML markup from the clipboard.

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