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#51 2014-02-03 21:34:44

damo
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From: N51.5 W002.8 (mostly)
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

photonucleon wrote:

@damo: Thanks, good point! This better?
http://pix.toile-libre.org/upload/thumb/1391461388.png

smile

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#52 2014-02-03 22:03:21

ew
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

vkd wrote:

Welcome. Very nice desktop. Even if it`s your first one here, it surely isn`t your first openbox-desktop smile


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#53 2014-02-03 23:40:05

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

@Snap - Really nice.  I liked both of them.  I do think I prefer the second one though.


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#54 2014-02-03 23:57:02

Snap
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

Thanks.  smile

Starting out conkying/theming is dangerous. I had 16 conkys running at once, even pictures slideshows. and always looks (and I feel) better with just a minimum. Clean and neat. Less is more.

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#55 2014-02-04 00:38:06

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

photonucleon wrote:

@vkd: Welcome to the forums! Nice screenshot smile

thanks a lot.

ew wrote:
vkd wrote:

Welcome. Very nice desktop. Even if it`s your first one here, it surely isn`t your first openbox-desktop smile

thanks a lot. actually this is the first time I am using openbox. Posts from this community are a big inspiration.

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#56 2014-02-04 01:45:40

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

lowrider wrote:

Enlightenment 18 on ArchLinux  cool

How is E18 - any new features?

back on topic -

February_1391477445_1600x900.jpg


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#57 2014-02-04 20:37:40

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

PackRat wrote:
lowrider wrote:

Enlightenment 18 on ArchLinux  cool

How is E18 - any new features?

I am trying to seek new features but everything looks very familiar to me. The composite module looks improved and yeah, terminology is getting better and better. Big improvement must be under the hood? It feels a bit snappier to me but i'm running it in virtualbox so that needs to prove on real hardware. And hell, it is stable now!


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#58 2014-02-04 21:10:23

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

OOTB then...

12309889186_c3863ff60b_n.jpg
2014-02-04--1391547011_1680x1050_scrot by yiannism01, on Flickr

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#59 2014-02-05 02:13:40

ew
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

Not so artsy, but exciting, cause it`s my new distro smile

2014-02-05--13915651041366x768scrot.png


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#60 2014-02-05 02:49:27

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

@ew
Good effort smile

(The ob theme "Not Found" looks quite like one of mine. And all those install scripts add to the bloat... devil )


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#61 2014-02-05 05:57:25

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

Fluxbox Vanilla Debian Wheezy cool 2014_02_04_164332_1024x600_scrot.jpg

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#62 2014-02-05 15:10:59

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

damo wrote:

@ew
Good effort smile

(The ob theme "Not Found" looks quite like one of mine. And all those install scripts add to the bloat... devil )

Usually I hack the output of the ob-theme, but If I`m creating a distro then it`s probably not the sensible thing to do, because they may want to use another theme than me, and the wrong output is worse than no output big_smile

As for the visual appearance, I haven`t started configuring it yet. Just put something in there, to make it a bit more pleasant to work with. The install scripts are because I have trouble getting it below 700 MB. Therefore I had to make a few extra apps installable from the menu, instead of having them installed by default.

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#63 2014-02-05 15:32:17

GekkoP
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

LinuxBBQ Old School
2014_02_05_150024_1024x768_scrot.jpg

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#64 2014-02-05 16:02:35

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

2014_02_05_162026_1920x1080_scrot.jpg

dwmX 'black inferno'

ISO => http://dwmx.org

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#65 2014-02-05 17:59:32

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

@ew

I admire what you are doing, but I couldn't resist a little fun wink


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#66 2014-02-05 18:39:38

Snap
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

@chameleon

Love that inferno

Sorry for the OT, but cannot resist it...  what's purpose of such a ultra small distro like dwmX? No pun intended at all, I'm very curious about it.

BTW, all the walls and styling in dwmX looks so cool.

PS, Oppps I read it wrong. I thought the distro was only 80 MB!!! I saw now it's 600 MB. ops  .....Which is a tad smaller than #! and bigger than Archbang. Anyway,  still so curious.

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#67 2014-02-05 19:02:09

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

@Snap
Thanks for the compliments.

Snap wrote:

Sorry for the OT, but cannot resist it...  what's purpose of such a ultra small distro like dwmX? No pun intended at all, I'm very curious about it.

OK...with regards to dwmX...
Well, in the grand scheme of things, there is probably little good reason for dwmX  tongue

However, please consider these points;

-> I really like dwm and the fast keyboard usage with floating 'mouse' operation still an option.
I would fully recommend giving dwm a try to see just how fast it is in completing your usual tasks.

-> I am a keen advocate of low RAM usage distros - consider my earlier 'sub100' club post;
http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=22197
Even though RAM is much cheaper these days there are still a lot of people using older machines with relatively low RAM availablity.

->I am still learning 'distro creation' using tools like refracta snapshot;
http://www.ibiblio.org/refracta/downloads.html
Keeping the ISO small is an added advantage in the speed of creating a new ISO.
The dwmX distrolette might get even smaller in the future as installing your desired apps is a simple 'apt-get' away...

-> Small, light, such as Crunchbang, is a model to follow for the linux enthusiast...in my opinion.

-> The next step for dwmX is a version based on Sid and LinuxBBQ tools (just waiting on rebuilding my test machine wink )
I have a lot of input from the guys at BBQ and use some of their tools in dwmX...ROASTER browser being one such eaxample.

-> I am also gearing up to having more time for distro creation ( I hope) when I can afford to retire from real work and have more dev time available. cool
This dwmX 'distrolette' is really a precursor to that ambition...

Well, those are just a few reasons for dwmX creation, hope it helps and I hope you enjoy giving it a spin cool

EDIT: The target for ISO size = <600MB (latest release today = 550MB)
The RAM target for installed dwmX = <80MB (+/-90MB at the moment)

Please note folks; This project is in ALPHA mode and there is limited suppport - watch out it might bite yikes

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#68 2014-02-05 19:05:06

killerturtle
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Registered: 2013-08-20
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

easysid wrote:

Old wallpaper, new setup. The topbar is tint2 + dzen2 (complete with popups eyecandy, thanks to earplit's dotfiles)

http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5531/12251820924_cfcfa928b6_m.jpg             http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3744/12251551783_250b8f1be6_m.jpg

Wallpaper: http://musedmoments.deviantart.com/art/ … -323693834

Simply beautifull!

Could you teach us how to implement Dzen2 with Tint2 and get it to look exactly like yours?

Thx!!

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#69 2014-02-05 19:06:16

Snap
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

@ chameleon

Thanks for the insight. Gonna explore it a bit more.  smile

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#70 2014-02-05 20:39:12

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

That's a real fine looking smooth gray scrot you got there. 

58M ram in X.   Not bad.   Great stuff GP.


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#71 2014-02-05 20:53:44

chameleon
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

^BBQ Rocks  cool

EDIT: Crunchbang too of course, of course... big_smile

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#72 2014-02-05 21:24:47

GekkoP
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

Thanks dkeg.
Old School is very light and minimal, the kind of setup I like. Plus, it's getting me to love 9wm.

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#73 2014-02-05 22:00:01

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

I never posted to these threads before because I've not done too much tweaking and it's barely changed since I settled on #!.

But I guess this is getting a little old, so I might have something new for March...

12329790783_99cd31f304_n.jpg

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#74 2014-02-05 22:18:57

Snap
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Posts: 481

Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

Nice wall

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#75 2014-02-06 00:14:55

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot Thread

I hope everyone's well, welcome new posters! So many nice shots.

@Krop, http://s21.postimg.org/iylcdp1o6/1401d.jpg Sweet.

Old software... wheezy, xfdesktop and terminal 4.8, compiz/emerald 0.8.4 and nautilus three point flippin' four's behind in a sling.
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