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#301 2013-02-18 17:16:58

Unia
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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

taGllZA

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#302 2013-02-18 17:22:39

bricomaz
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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

My desktop (work). I realize there are many things I've tweaked by myself  wink
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#303 2013-02-18 17:34:00

sevensage
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Registered: 2012-11-10
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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

@gutterslob, yes although unintentional
@ PackRat, I started squared for debian and am modifying, compton default settings compton.conf

current:
taGllaw taGllbA

Edit: @bricomaz, very nice!
        @ Unia, nice font!

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#304 2013-02-18 18:47:12

ivo
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Registered: 2011-05-06
Posts: 334

Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

@Gutter 
For now I'm with Fedora.
I was bored with my Arch and Fedora is a distribution that I've always liked. 
The same as @el_koraco, the new installer Anaconda is crap.  sad

About my windows manager, I will not make any type of packages, for now 
this is just an experimental fork of dwm for my needs. I am not so good programmer  sad

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#305 2013-02-18 19:03:29

Unia
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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

ivo wrote:

this is just an experimental fork of dwm for my needs. I am not so good programmer  sad

What are the changes you have applied since I asked last time?  big_smile

EDIT: Btw,  I did steal your EWMH desktop specifications for my own project (currently just a stripped monsterwm) I have this feeling I'll be taking more code from you  wink

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#306 2013-02-18 19:08:08

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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

Forget it  big_smile 
I've changed a lot, and not remember  neutral
if you are interested in something, I tell you how to do it.  smile

You can also see my code and grab what you want...
 
Edit
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Hehehe OK!!
Feel free..

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#307 2013-02-18 20:38:08

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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

@sevensage: thanks! I can't understand how I managed to use fluxbox for so long without using compton altogether!  big_smile

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#308 2013-02-18 22:49:55

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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

@sevensage - what are the advantages of fluxbox over openbox?

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#309 2013-02-18 23:03:26

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Registered: 2011-04-09
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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

mosesgunn wrote:

@sevensage - what are the advantages of fluxbox over openbox?

One thing some people like about it is it requires a little bit less configuration, specifically fluxbox has an automatically updated menu by default.  It also has its own panel, whereas openbox comes panel-less by default.  I think its also configured by plain-text instead of xml? could be wrong, that's also not necessarily an advantage.

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#310 2013-02-18 23:58:39

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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

Yes, the cfg files are plaintext which makes them more readable and easier to understand.
Besides, you can configure many things such as panel properties and window behaviour directly from the rightclick menu, without editing cfg files. So it is more user-friendly than openbox in my opinion.

Windows can be tabbed, like websites in firefox, which is good if you tend to have many of them open.
Besides the panel, you get a built-in run dialog (like gmrun) with fluxbox.

The downsides (in my view):
- the panel is not as flexible as tint2
- the defaults are meh when compared to #!'s excellent openbox configuration - it takes a few hours of work to get a setup that feels just as good

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#311 2013-02-19 00:14:46

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Registered: 2012-09-27
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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

Nothing fancy. Just playing with the latest respin of PeppermintOS-Three. Blazingly fast, and it dresses up quite well. I kinda like it:)
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#312 2013-02-19 00:41:51

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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

bZegioRs.gif

Arch + Xmonad. Dzen + Conky applets for lots of things! And in a real pro animated gif =] smile

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#313 2013-02-19 00:52:53

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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

mosesgunn wrote:

@sevensage - what are the advantages of fluxbox over openbox?

I've been using it for a couple days now, I really like using tabbed windows but the added configuration settings on windows such as remembering window position/dimensions and being able to save the settings is huge in my book, especially for those open dialogues in openbox that would always blow open fullscreen. I can now resize them place them anywhere on the screen and save the settings and they remain that way for future use, All with just a few clicks of the mouse, Nothing to edit! is aces with me.

Edit: @bricomaz, cheers
        @earsplit, nice dude

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#314 2013-02-19 01:02:25

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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

@sevensage sounds good!

oh yeah!  this is a scrot thread! here's mine.  super basic #!

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#315 2013-02-19 01:29:50

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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

earsplit wrote:

http://i.imgur.com/bZegioRs.gif

Arch + Xmonad. Dzen + Conky applets for lots of things! And in a real pro animated gif =] smile

Real real nice earsplit.  except for the dock devil .


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#316 2013-02-19 01:31:00

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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

earsplit wrote:

http://i.imgur.com/bZegioRs.gif

Arch + Xmonad. Dzen + Conky applets for lots of things! And in a real pro animated gif =]

Looks great. I like what you've done with dzen2 (and conky). Even the silver dock icons looks good against the wallpaper, and I say this as someone who isn't a big fan of docks in general. Bonus points given for listening to The Trane. Bonus points revoked for ruining the aesthetic sensibility of your post with that yellow smiley. =P

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#317 2013-02-19 01:32:39

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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

@sevensage - thanks

and speaking of tabbed windows -

aby99XOH.jpg

@mosesgun - tabbed windows is the main advantage for me in using fluxbox (i3, peckwm, and fvwm also have that capability).

@earsplit - that is really slick - how about posting the configs in the Xmonad thread. I'm not sure if there is a thread for dzen2 configs.

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#318 2013-02-19 02:01:46

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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

^ PackRat
Thanks for the Gamera vid, btw. Aah, the memories of monster battles. Shame the real Japan turned out to be nothing like that.
Check this out: http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Gamera
and also click on the links in the "See Also" section. They're hilarious!!

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#319 2013-02-19 02:30:27

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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

@gutterslob - great stuff!

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#320 2013-02-19 04:10:10

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Registered: 2013-02-15
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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

Here is my first screenshot, very simple, but that's how I like it - I guess that's the reason I was blown away by #!.
Best regards
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#321 2013-02-19 04:14:21

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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

don't hate me, I got stuck at Arch hmm
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#322 2013-02-19 06:51:42

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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

taGluNQ

Maybe I'm old, I dunno, but boy-bands sure looked much cooler back in the old days.
Megalon could double as a bad-ass rapper too, by my reckoning. Just look at those moves!!

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#323 2013-02-19 08:20:18

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Registered: 2012-06-15
Posts: 1,163

Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

earsplit wrote:

http://i.imgur.com/bZegioRs.gif

Arch + Xmonad. Dzen + Conky applets for lots of things! And in a real pro animated gif =] smile

Wonderfull, "conky applets" < what must i read? Why is noone telling me this things ...

"pro animated gif" < any howtos?

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#324 2013-02-19 09:02:37

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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

gutterslob wrote:

Cool. I need to make one of those for myself. Ultraman is too queer so I maybe I'll go with Mothra or Mothman.

Did you consider nyan cat?

+      o     +              o   
    +             o     +       +
o          +
    o  +           +        +
+        o     o       +        o
-_-_-_-_-_-_-_,------,      o 
_-_-_-_-_-_-_-|   /\_/\  
-_-_-_-_-_-_-~|__( ^ .^)  +     +  
_-_-_-_-_-_-_-""  ""      
+      o         o   +       o
    +         +
o        o         o      o     +
    o           +
+      +     o        o      + 

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#325 2013-02-19 09:20:30

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Re: February 2013 Screenshot Thread

el_koraco wrote:

No! Noo! NOooooooooo! What is left to believe in?


el_koraco wrote:

Debian unstable is so buggy, I don't feel the inclination to use it anymore. Stable is out of the question due to antiquated systemd and Gnome configs

Have you tried wheezy? I think it's the  best debian branch  for desktops. I don't know about the state of the systemd implementation though.


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