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#1 2010-06-30 13:02:17

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July 2010 Screenshot Thread

Greetings all,

We started to see some new Alpha 2 screenshots towards the end of June. I'm looking forward to seeing what you all have up your sleeves in July.

Keep up the great work smile

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#2 2010-06-30 17:05:02

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

A clean install of Statler Alpha 2 to keep me inspired smile

tNHNvdg


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#3 2010-06-30 20:10:07

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

Buuuuuuut - it's not July yet ... here!

Edit:  ^ AHA!  Wed June 30th 2010 there too.  smile

omns jumped the gun  lol

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#4 2010-06-30 20:37:21

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

Statler Alpha 2, nothing too fancy. Minimal conky, ripped out orage in favor of Osmo, only minor changes to tint2:

tNHNyZA


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#5 2010-06-30 20:49:35

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

Still Alpha1 on this particular rig.

Nothing you haven't seen before.
Ironed out some GTK bugs (using git pull of murrine engine), new Pidgin status icons, and some other boring tweaks.
201007010312471600x900s.png


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#6 2010-06-30 20:58:20

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

Another take on the desert wallpaper idea:
tNHNyag
Wallpaper below. The original photograph of the Namibia (!) dunes is by Simon Collins ("FREE to download and use!"). EDIT: I decided to clothify it, to soften off a few rough edges... and enhance the oil-paintinglikeness.
tNHNzaA
Even in full colour:
tNHNycw
The stick that I duplicated and transformed for the #! logo is actually present in the original photograph, stuck upright in the sand! So all the ingredients are actually "native", so to say.

P.S. Oops, still a couple of minutes to July here in the East Helsinki desert...

Last edited by Piraja (2010-06-30 21:58:03)


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#7 2010-06-30 20:58:53

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

Sector11 wrote:

Buuuuuuut - it's not July yet ... here!

Edit:  ^ AHA!  Wed June 30th 2010 there too.  smile

omns jumped the gun  lol

You just don't have a time machine like the rest of us smile


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#8 2010-06-30 21:08:17

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

Statler alpha2. changed a few small things since last time like tasks size but it still looks like this pretty much.

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#9 2010-06-30 21:16:31

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

mattatron wrote:
Sector11 wrote:

Buuuuuuut - it's not July yet ... here!

Edit:  ^ AHA!  Wed June 30th 2010 there too.  smile

omns jumped the gun  lol

You just don't have a time machine like the rest of us smile

Say what!!  I want one I want one.  mad

or I could move to the other side of the international date line.  lol

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#10 2010-06-30 21:44:07

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

Sector11 wrote:

Buuuuuuut - it's not July yet ... here!

Edit:  ^ AHA!  Wed June 30th 2010 there too.  smile

omns jumped the gun  lol

Oops I forgot, the whole world revolves around US time roll This comes up every month. My Australian time machine has the joy of being GMT +10 so you're going to have to cope with it being a bit early smile

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#11 2010-06-30 22:20:11

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

omns wrote:
Sector11 wrote:

Buuuuuuut - it's not July yet ... here!

Edit:  ^ AHA!  Wed June 30th 2010 there too.  smile

omns jumped the gun  lol

Oops I forgot, the whole world revolves around US time roll This comes up every month. My Australian time machine has the joy of being GMT +10 so you're going to have to cope with it being a bit early smile


I don't mind it being a few hours early to be honest, it makes for a fun few hours each month.
Oh and I'm not in the US but that's OK.  big_smile

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#12 2010-06-30 22:42:20

aaro
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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

gutterslob wrote:

Still Alpha1 on this particular rig.

Nothing you haven't seen before.
Ironed out some GTK bugs (using git pull of murrine engine), new Pidgin status icons, and some other boring tweaks.
201007010312471600x900s.png

Pure art man cool

Piraja wrote:

Another take on the desert wallpaper idea:
tNHNyag
Wallpaper below. The original photograph of the Namibia (!) dunes is by Simon Collins ("FREE to download and use!"). EDIT: I decided to clothify it, to soften off a few rough edges... and enhance the oil-paintinglikeness.
tNHNzaA
Even in full colour:
tNHNycw
The stick that I duplicated and transformed for the #! logo is actually present in the original photograph, stuck upright in the sand! So all the ingredients are actually "native", so to say.

P.S. Oops, still a couple of minutes to July here in the East Helsinki desert...

Where's the green/red skull setup man? i miss it big_smile ... nice wallpaper smile


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#13 2010-06-30 23:16:12

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

aaro wrote:

Where's the green/red skull setup man? i miss it :D ... nice wallpaper :)

As he... she... it already consists of molten plastic, he does not enjoy the heat of a desert, not even desaturated dunes. Instead of that, he's having his summer holiday at the dark, even darker XFCE desktop of the laptop machine. (Hmm... Why did I write "he" and "his", again?)

In other words, one of these desert desktops resides on my desktop machine and another one on my laptop's Openbox desktop, while the latter's optional XFCE desktop is still haunted by the cassette skeleton.


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#14 2010-06-30 23:32:10

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

Piraja wrote:

Instead of that, he's having his summer holiday at the dark, even darker XFCE desktop of the laptop machine. (Hmm... Why did I write "he" and "his", again?)

Yea, s/he/it (don't say that fast) deserves a holiday.  smile

You can type s/he/it as fast as you want it's not the same thing.  lol

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#15 2010-07-01 14:04:15

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

Here's my most recent screenshots worth talking about, some the same as last month >.<

15-jun-2010-system64.png?w=200h=200

10-jun-2010-system64.png?w=200h=200

05-may-2010-1.png?w=200h=150

And look, Ubuntu and Openbox on a 200Mhz Pentium MMX! big_smile

1-jul-2010-pentium.png?w=200h=150


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#16 2010-07-02 02:51:51

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

Only a few minor changes from last month. Mostly in colour.  I might change colours again soon, I like this one, but I miss green.

Still using Zwopper's wallpaper. Best wallpaper ever. I wonder if there should be a version with the xfce rat for the xfce machines. Actually, I wonder why I haven't seen any wallpapers yet with the xfce rat.

july_clean_small.png

july_messy_small.png


omns wrote:

Oops I forgot, the whole world revolves around US time roll This comes up every month. My Australian time machine has the joy of being GMT +10 so you're going to have to cope with it being a bit early smile

I'm a moderator on a music forum, and everyone always jokes about me being from the future. They also make jokes about me being from Criminal Island.


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#17 2010-07-02 12:31:16

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

the real dave wrote:

Here's my most recent screenshots worth talking about, some the same as last month >.<
[snip]
[snip]
[snip]

Nice theme and icon combo in the 3rd shot, Dave.
Uhm... why are you still on Ubuntu 10.04 beta (conky says it was taken in May, a month after 10.04 official release)?   O.o

And look, Ubuntu and Openbox on a 200Mhz Pentium MMX! big_smile

1-jul-2010-pentium.png?w=200h=150

Ubuntu + Xorg + Openbox seems a bit heavy for a 200Mhz Pentium to me.
What's the performance like? If you still want Openbox but can do without APT, then you might find better performance with something like Slitaz, I would assume.

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#18 2010-07-02 16:39:10

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

hi gutterslob,
smile
and if u want apt, might wanna check out lupu...  puppy linux using ubuntu lucid!   woof woof!  (i dled it, but yet to check it out to see if it lives up to the hypeable innovation claims).

anyways, screenshots...

after updating my squishboom (my name for my crunchbang varient) from 9.04 to 10.04LTS, i decided on playing around with a few more gtk & openbox appearances.

http://omploader.org/vNHRleg
tNHRleg

got skype working again after upgrade.  still going mad on the xcompmgr transparency on nearly everything (thnx to asigning 10 keyboard shortcuts for varying transparency-to-opacity).  still comping up with mad ideas.   still love to have a million things on the go at once.  still not getting many of them completed in a timely manner.  XD   still love the crunchbang.  smile


note the red window in a different theme?    thats what i have things running as root come up now.   root red.  smile  so i / the user is alerted to the rootness.  wink

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#19 2010-07-02 17:43:53

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

I been having a fun time making this setup as minimal on resources as possible. Tore out most default programs, enabled the more bleeding edge repos, and install more lightweight varients of programs. Such as irssi, rtorrent, ncmpcpp, and others.

Here you are, my black on red laptop.

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#20 2010-07-03 03:45:21

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

Still rocking 9.04, downloaded alpha 2 and still haven't made the switch...
Clean, w/ Awesome 3.4.1 wm
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Dirty:
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Dirtier:
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#21 2010-07-03 09:05:24

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

Piraja wrote:

Another take on the desert wallpaper idea:Even in full colour:
tNHNycw

I must say I find that one of the best distro oriented wallpapers I have seen untill now, I like it a lot wink

edit:
my desktop cluttered:
2010-07-03--1278150307_1024x768_scrot_thumb.png
cleaner:
2010-07-03--1278150316_1024x768_scrot_thumb.png

I should get a nice light ob/gtk theme that better fits the wallpaper.

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#22 2010-07-04 12:48:26

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

The more I look at this, the more impressed I am.
I'm not really sure if it's a combination of your theme's base colour and the dark wallpaper, or whether there's more to it than that, but you've somehow managed to achieve a sort of RGBA transparency type feel to it. I'm referring to how your windows appear semi-transparent but your text appears clear and (almost) white.
Don't know whether that was your intention or if it just came out like that, but great job. smile

BTW, did you disable font-antialiasing?


Edit:
Away from home, stuck in hotel room, bored....
201007050317101024x600s.png

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#23 2010-07-05 06:24:42

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

tNHU5ag


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#24 2010-07-05 09:04:23

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

Openbox with ROX-Filer, LXTerminal, ADeskBar and Nitrogen

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OB theme is Onyx Black. GTK theme is Aurora Leopard BSM Dark and the icons are Token Light

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#25 2010-07-06 08:54:50

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Re: July 2010 Screenshot Thread

Andreas wrote:

I must say I find that one of the best distro oriented wallpapers I have seen untill now, I like it a lot ;)

Thank you! Here's a retake on the full-colour version, size 3360x2100 (16x10), "oil on cloth":
tNHVteQ
A scrot, with the background darkened to value -20:
tNHVuMA
I personally prefer monochrome wallpapers, so I did not change the colouring of my Conky and Tildas only for the sake of this scrot, just darkened the background.

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