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#301 2013-08-31 15:32:10

Sector11
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Re: August 2013 Screenshot Thread

dgz wrote:

sid isn't for everyone, though.

Could not agree more ... especially after the past week.

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#302 2013-08-31 15:57:52

spiritchaser
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Registered: 2013-05-14
Posts: 92

Re: August 2013 Screenshot Thread

2013_08_31_1377964382_1366x768_scrot.jpg


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#303 2013-08-31 16:29:00

Bradi
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From: Poland
Registered: 2013-01-21
Posts: 114

Re: August 2013 Screenshot Thread

every1lookatmyscrot.jpg

So, I have given my old computer to my Mom, who is as slow with technology as it gets. She's been using Windows for a few weeks, but lately it has been getting slow so I decided to fix her a simple-to-use, beautiful Crunchbang Granny Edition. This is a standard install of #! with autologin, Docky instead of tint2, a translated Iceweasel, translated exit script, PySol for her solitaire fix, and skype.

The wallpaper is my new discovery: a live view of Herzogstand from the excellent http://www.foto-webcam.eu ; updated every 15 minutes via feh and crontab. She's quite happy with her new system. And I know that I can leave her to her own devices and she won't be able to mess the system up unless she tries very hard big_smile

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#304 2013-08-31 16:46:40

nakkeru
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Registered: 2012-04-08
Posts: 32

Re: August 2013 Screenshot Thread

ohyran wrote:

So this isn't crunchbang but I kinda wanted to post it anyway to prove a sort of point. This is Mint Xfce (the reason for using it is because my laptop like it and it works the best on it (correction: the best in the hands of someone with my very moderate skill set) - I think I can squeeze in LinuxBBQ Darkside on it but that is one huuuuge project to get everything working tickety-bo and I just don't seem to find the time... anywayanywayanyway. My POINT is that #! keeps being the beacon towards which I pick the way everything looks from now on.

I've removed the Xfce-panel, Xhost and a buttload of more stuff to make Xfce more snappy then I added a tint2 and tried to keep everything as clean as possible. I spent a few hours picking out shortcuts to the applicationfinders and stuff like that that I liked. I kinda went with "what is it with #! that I loved the most" and tried to stay with that.

So even if it isn't #! I thought I should post it anyway. Hats off for the design choices made by Corenomical and the gang

http://s23.postimg.org/u8xb0sozr/ffff.jpg


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#305 2013-08-31 17:14:33

Unia
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From: The Netherlands
Registered: 2010-07-17
Posts: 3,684

Re: August 2013 Screenshot Thread

Bradi wrote:

Crunchbang Granny Edition

Hehe, that is an excellent name! It's amazing how user-friendly you can make window managers that were initially meant for power users cool


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#306 2013-08-31 18:00:31

lowrider
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From: Germany
Registered: 2011-09-10
Posts: 581

Re: August 2013 Screenshot Thread

Sector11 wrote:
dgz wrote:

sid isn't for everyone, though.

Could not agree more ... especially after the past week.

big_smile  well for me it is...


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#307 2013-08-31 18:30:35

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Re: August 2013 Screenshot Thread

Unia wrote:
Bradi wrote:

Crunchbang Granny Edition

Hehe, that is an excellent name! It's amazing how user-friendly you can make window managers that were initially meant for power users cool

+1 on that ... it's awesome!

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#308 2013-09-01 00:03:43

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

Sector11 wrote:

@ ew --> RE ohyran

--> He meant the verb "squeeze":
- - - I squeezed myself into the corner ... not Squeeze the disto code name.  big_smile

I agree with you regarding his skills, he could do it no problem

Yes, but the Mint XFCE ISO is app. 1 GB, so if he was able to install that, there would be no need to squeeze in anything, because both bbq-darkside and CB are smaller in size, and they are lighter and run better on old hardware, so I still doesn`t understand it:)


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#309 2013-09-01 00:06:04

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From: Pennsylvania
Registered: 2013-08-28
Posts: 75
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Re: August 2013 Screenshot Thread

I'm not quite hardcore enough to be comfortable with tiling window managers, though every once in a while I muck around with Xmonad, i3, et al when I feel like procrastinating. Since I'm on a laptop, I tend to just maximize every window, so I modified my Openbox rc.xml to do that automatically. However, I also modded my config to avoid maximizing dialogs, splash screens, and preferences windows. I also stripped out window titles on maximized windows.

I've also swapped terminator for rxvt-unicode, and have gotten into tmux. I also rediscovered Cmus after trying MoC. I've got to finish copying my music off my backup drive; none of what I've got here is getting me into the groove tonight.

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#310 2013-09-01 00:24:40

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Registered: 2009-10-18
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Re: August 2013 Screenshot Thread

Excellent screenshots this month!  Please continue in the September thread.


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