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#1 2010-05-31 22:39:01

omns
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June 2010 Screenshot Thread

Greetings all,

Another great month in May with lots of thought provoking discussion and sharing of ideas around desktop design.

Keep up the great work smile

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#2 2010-05-31 23:52:38

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

omns wrote:

Another great month in May with lots of thought provoking discussion and sharing of ideas around desktop design.

Keep up the great work smile

+1, nice work everybody. smile

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statlerexperimentalthem.th.png

Here is a dirty screenshot of my system as it is now. The GTK+ and Xfce themes have been modified from a Shiki Colors theme. The icons are a custom GNOME-Colors set, which inherits a modified Elementary theme. It is a work in progress and I am still playing with it. I will package it all up once I have finished. smile

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#3 2010-06-01 00:43:13

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

corenominal wrote:

statlerexperimentalthem.th.png

Here is a dirty screenshot of my system as it is now. The GTK+ and Xfce themes have been modified from a Shiki Colors theme. The icons are a custom GNOME-Colors set, which inherits a modified Elementary theme. It is a work in progress and I am still playing with it. I will package it all up once I have finished. smile

I really like the icons, perhaps they could be the default for Statler?
Also, the theme would be nice to include as well (though personally, i'd love it if the min/max/close buttons were more conventional instead of the squares).
Edit: oh, how could i forget???? Arcade Fire is AWESOME! cool

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#4 2010-06-01 01:56:03

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

FiniteStateMachine wrote:
corenominal wrote:

statlerexperimentalthem.th.png

Here is a dirty screenshot of my system as it is now. The GTK+ and Xfce themes have been modified from a Shiki Colors theme. The icons are a custom GNOME-Colors set, which inherits a modified Elementary theme. It is a work in progress and I am still playing with it. I will package it all up once I have finished. smile

I really like the icons, perhaps they could be the default for Statler?
Also, the theme would be nice to include as well (though personally, i'd love it if the min/max/close buttons were more conventional instead of the squares).

The plan is to include the icons as default for the next build. Regarding the min/max/close buttons, I am in two minds about them; I think they could possibly be confusing, but then I also think the majority of people will instantly know which button performs which function. Hmm. hmm

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#5 2010-06-01 03:52:23

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

corenominal wrote:

The plan is to include the icons as default for the next build. Regarding the min/max/close buttons, I am in two minds about them; I think they could possibly be confusing, but then I also think the majority of people will instantly know which button performs which function. Hmm. hmm

The icons are nice. smile
I think the min/max/close buttons are fine as they are in that theme. Will it be Xfwm only or will there be an Obt variant as well?

Edit:
When did I become a '#! Junkie' ?? O_o


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Desktop is only slightly changed compared to the last one I posted in the May screenshot thread.
Just posting for the sake of postery (spam)....

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Happy World Cup Month~!!

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#6 2010-06-01 04:24:11

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

June ... the new month and CrunchBang Statler OpenBox  is up and running 25% faster than (insert OS of choice). big_smile

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On the right my modified conkyrc in progress.  I added #! CrunchB@ng by omns after adding a reflection to the wallpaper, my reminder of #!'s speed.

Here is is a bit dirty:

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Just your standard, I found them on the web someplace, themes and colours, nothing I did.  Someday, maybe.

Oh, and in the bottom left another conky - showing our email accounts, we each have one email.

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#7 2010-06-01 04:28:18

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

gutterslob wrote:
corenominal wrote:

The plan is to include the icons as default for the next build. Regarding the min/max/close buttons, I am in two minds about them; I think they could possibly be confusing, but then I also think the majority of people will instantly know which button performs which function. Hmm. hmm

The icons are nice. smile
I think the min/max/close buttons are fine as they are in that theme. Will it be Xfwm only or will there be an Obt variant as well?

There will be a matching Openbox version. I think I will play around with the window control buttons some more. I kind of like how you have yours below wink

gutterslob wrote:

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Nice work, as always! smile

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#8 2010-06-01 04:50:36

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

corenominal wrote:

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Interesting... big_smile

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#9 2010-06-01 05:58:06

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

This one was posted the last day of past month thread, but was so cool and elegant that i had to qoute it here... Wonderful job

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#10 2010-06-01 10:44:20

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

corenominal wrote:

Here is a dirty screenshot of my system as it is now. The GTK+ and Xfce themes have been modified from a Shiki Colors theme. The icons are a custom GNOME-Colors set, which inherits a modified Elementary theme. It is a work in progress and I am still playing with it. I will package it all up once I have finished. smile

corenominal, what are you using at the bottom right to hold your application icons?  Is this a scrunched up xfce panel?


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#11 2010-06-01 11:19:07

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

I'm pretty sure it's tint2 displaying only icons of running applications... (the default of live cd)

Edit2: I'm always confusing left and right...in all languages... damn dyslexia! But still, on the right I thing it's tint's tray... however I'm also curious about the 3 !# icons...

Edit1: and two screenshots

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#12 2010-06-01 12:26:21

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

hi crunchers, glad to be back on deb' big_smile .. and back to the dark side too:
crunchbang_statler_010610_by_arpinux.png bigger

walls available on my devart page
statler_paper_cuts_v1_by_arpinux.png statler_paper_cuts_v2_by_arpinux.png statler_paper_cuts_v3_by_arpinux.png
made with Paper Cuts 2 from dafont (GNU/GPL)
hope you like smile

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#13 2010-06-01 13:36:58

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

Lots of nice stuff here, and cool work arpinux!


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#14 2010-06-01 13:58:27

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

thx vicshrike wink

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#15 2010-06-01 14:30:48

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

arpinux wrote:

hi crunchers, glad to be back on deb' big_smile .. and back to the dark side too:
crunchbang_statler_010610_by_arpinux.png bigger

It is good to see you back, you have been missed! smile

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#16 2010-06-01 14:35:08

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

fox wrote:

corenominal, what are you using at the bottom right to hold your application icons?  Is this a scrunched up xfce panel?

No, it is tint2, but I am using gtrayicon, a nifty little program for creating notification icons with custom actions. smile

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#17 2010-06-01 15:15:45

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

corenominal wrote:

statlerexperimentalthem.th.png

One more thing, Corenominal.
What's that pine/x-mas tree icon in your tray? I've seen it in quite a few desktop screenshots, and always wondered what it was?


corenominal wrote:

There will be a matching Openbox version. I think I will play around with the window control buttons some more. I kind of like how you have yours below wink

I'm rather fond of these braille-like buttons. Quite a few Openbox and FVWM themes have them now, but I first got the idea from the 1977 Openbox Theme, although I made some custom variants to suit my preferred border and padding widths. smile


arpinux wrote:

hi crunchers, glad to be back on deb' big_smile .. and back to the dark side too:
crunchbang_statler_010610_by_arpinux.png bigger

Long time no see, Arp. big_smile
Nice theme (arta-dark, right?) and wallpaper. What's the font called?

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#18 2010-06-01 15:24:54

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

hi gutterslob, good catch: arta-dark, and for the fonts, Paper Cuts 2 from dafont..

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#19 2010-06-01 15:51:25

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

I don't know wether it can be helpful or not, but this little app helped me a lot...linked today on Ubuntu-it, it allows to change the color of a full icon set. It REALLY works! Check it out! Btw, sorry if I'm OT tongue
http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2010/06/chan … !+Ubuntu!)

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#20 2010-06-01 18:16:22

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

No redesign > no screenshot.

Nice gradient, gutterslob, could you share acyl script options for it?

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#21 2010-06-01 18:50:05

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

@tartan
Gradient type: Linear, Diagonal
Color1 = #4FF2D8
Color2 = #143633
Icon Type = 5

If the gradient appears too harsh/bright for your tastes, replace Color1 with #348781... it makes the icons dimmer but gives them a touch more depth, imho.

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#22 2010-06-01 18:58:16

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

gutterslob wrote:

Desktop is only slightly changed compared to the last one I posted in the May screenshot thread.
Just posting for the sake of postery (spam)....

201006011140341600x900s.png

Happy World Cup Month~!!

Looks GREAT! big_smile
I really would like my desktop to look like that - any pointers? wink


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#23 2010-06-01 19:11:42

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

tNGgwbgtNGgwbw

yay autohide tint

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#24 2010-06-01 19:27:34

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

Great work mfd, love it!

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#25 2010-06-01 19:29:53

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Re: June 2010 Screenshot Thread

aaro wrote:

This one was posted the last day of past month thread, but was so cool and elegant that i had to qoute it here... Wonderful job

mfd wrote:

tNGdsbw tNGdsdA

thank you smile

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