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#1 2010-01-01 13:46:41

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January 2010 screenshot thread

There was some great creative stuff in 2009, keep it up everyone. Here's my desktop to start out the year, not too many changes from what I've settled into...
tMzRwcw


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#2 2010-01-01 13:52:59

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

hello - happy infinite moment and lap of the big star moma sun

conky link | Wallpapers

tMzRoeQ
took a nice grass desktop and put it into the popular 3 pane look

tMzRpMA
Windos using the Mirav2 gtk and my own openbox theme to match [EDIT] Added the full theme to this link.

tMzRoeg
minimal undecorated Swiftfox showing gmail grass. Swiftfox set to run undecorated fom the rc.xml and many interface tweaks to keep it minimal and out of the way.

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#3 2010-01-01 16:58:01

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

Ugh... hangover!! >__<

6yr old laptop..... Fedora 12-Xfce Spin
screenshotku.png

Can't really be bothered to customize it that much.
Just thought I'd post a screenshot before I get rid of it and try something else.

Happy GNU Year.


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#4 2010-01-01 17:44:40

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

Here is to 2009, my first real wallpaper change in months!

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It normally is not a transparent window, only the menu I keep transparent. I did this for the purpose of showing off tawan's wallpaper big_smile

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#5 2010-01-01 20:54:12

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

Still running a Zenwalk install from a few weeks ago. This weekend's plan is an install and refinement of an Arch install script smile

Screenshot_Dec_22__2009_by_omns.png

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#6 2010-01-02 14:46:40

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

First OpenBox shots for this month/year/decade.
Pretty much the same old thing...and I'm too hungover to make a better wallpaper right now -___-

201001022147531024x600s.png

201001022147051024x600s.png

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Cheerz.


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#7 2010-01-02 21:13:59

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

tMzU0eA

The Carina Nebula.  (cropped and flipped so that there is a relatively homogeneous background for conky)
I have to update my tint2 to match colors.

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#8 2010-01-03 01:17:17

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

Here are some screenies from my machine. The theme is a work in progress, but I was going for something along the lines of pvsage's terminal colors.

10369gx_th.jpg

2ev4sw2_th.jpg

9zu3qd_th.jpg

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#9 2010-01-03 01:28:29

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

^ you should tweak your tint2 so its green too big_smile

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#10 2010-01-03 02:06:24

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

RalleyWolf wrote:

Here are some screenies from my machine. The theme is a work in progress, but I was going for something along the lines of pvsage's terminal colors.

10369gx_th.jpg

2ev4sw2_th.jpg

9zu3qd_th.jpg


Hey ralleywolf...like your background...is it homemade or is it available somewhere? cool


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#11 2010-01-03 03:43:08

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

201001030313531280x800s.th.png

This month I am mainly running Debian Squeeze with Xfce and tint2. smile

The Hubble wallpaper was found using this Google query.

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#12 2010-01-03 04:10:57

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

corenominal wrote:

201001030313531280x800s.th.png

This month I am mainly running Debian Squeeze with Xfce and tint2. smile

The Hubble wallpaper was found using this Google query.

I can probably work it out for myself but if you can share the tint2 it would be nice smile


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#13 2010-01-03 04:38:34

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

tawan wrote:
corenominal wrote:

201001030313531280x800s.th.png

This month I am mainly running Debian Squeeze with Xfce and tint2. smile

The Hubble wallpaper was found using this Google query.

I can probably work it out for myself but if you can share the tint2 it would be nice smile

Here you are. smile

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#14 2010-01-03 04:58:03

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

corenominal wrote:

Thanks, but, weird.. on the screen shot the active desktop part shows whiter.. on the tintrc you linked to they are all the same..


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#15 2010-01-03 05:33:49

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

tawan wrote:
corenominal wrote:

Thanks, but, weird.. on the screen shot the active desktop part shows whiter.. on the tintrc you linked to they are all the same..

What version of tint2 are you running?

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#16 2010-01-03 06:05:06

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

corenominal wrote:

201001030313531280x800s.th.png

This month I am mainly running Debian Squeeze with Xfce and tint2. smile

The Hubble wallpaper was found using this Google query.

Is this a sign of future #! releases being based on Debian + XFce? wink
Personally, I'm thrilled by the Debian bit (it's what I use now), but not so thrilled by Xfce sad.
#!'s Openbox implementation is what makes it special, IMO.


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#17 2010-01-03 06:17:21

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

corenominal wrote:

201001030313531280x800s.th.png

This month I am mainly running Debian Squeeze with Xfce and tint2. :)

The Hubble wallpaper was found using this Google query.

The Nebula looks like a Debula!

tMzU4bQ  tMzU4bg


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#18 2010-01-03 07:12:23

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

corenominal wrote:

201001030313531280x800s.th.png

^ See there? Not there ^

corenominal wrote:

What version of tint2 are you running?

Version: 0.7.1-1


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#19 2010-01-03 13:47:31

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

gutterslob wrote:

Personally, I'm thrilled by the Debian bit (it's what I use now), but not so thrilled by Xfce :(.
#!'s Openbox implementation is what makes it special, IMO.

Gutterslob, I totally agree with you on this [or almost totallly, see the later addition below].

(A bit later:) BUT I don't see why one could not have BOTH Openbox and XFCE, or the possibility to decide during the installation. I've got both OB and XFCE on my Debian machines now; I'm using OB myself and the rest of the family seems to prefer XFCE (which is good, because so I have less administration to do, with the menus etc...).

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#20 2010-01-03 14:57:14

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

^^@Piraja
I didn't mean to knock XFCE in any way. I actually like it a lot. It's just that #! made me fall in love with Openbox (other distros had tried in the past, and failed), so I'm just hoping it sticks to it's roots. Of course, the end decision will be Corenominal's, and I'll respect whatever it may be. smile

For today:
Made the wallpaper with a self-modified version of the "Flames" renderer found in GIMP. 
Similar effects, but better control of sharpness/softness and better per-pixel quality at higher dpi settings (though you won't be able to tell from a small netbook screenshot) ... only need to stop it crashing 7/10 times :-/

201001032216501024x600s.png

201001032214471024x600s.png

Rather dark for some, but works for me... for now.:P

Cheers.

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#21 2010-01-03 16:12:20

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

gutterslob wrote:

^^@Piraja
I didn't mean to knock XFCE in any way. I actually like it a lot. It's just that #! made me fall in love with Openbox (other distros had tried in the past, and failed), so I'm just hoping it sticks to it's roots. Of course, the end decision will be Corenominal's, and I'll respect whatever it may be. :)

Once again I totally agree. Also I like XFCE, but for me, Openbox was <i>the</i> window manager already before I tried #! – and saw how well it puts OB to use! And I never thought you meant to knock XFCE, I just meant to say that nothing prevents us from having both XFCE and OB if we want – and I would also like to see OB as part of #! as default in the future.

Hey, would you mind sharing the wallpaper? I could use that on my #! installation...


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#22 2010-01-03 16:54:33

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

^^
Zipped and uploaded to Mediafire.
3 variations... the one above, a high contrast version with pure black background, and the textured one you see below (edited in Cinepaint, for better tonality and subtler greys)

201001040044251024x600s.png

You can flip horizontally or vertically to suit your Conky/Screenlet/Widget placement, FYI.
DPI has been reduced so that it doesn't appear "scrunchy" on LCDs.
It's a crop from a bigger image, but resolution should be enough for most monitors or even further cropping.

http://www.mediafire.com/?0gjhudzjdyq

If any problems, let me know.
Cheers.

EDIT:
Whoops!!... forgot to add the download link... fixed now. tongue

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#23 2010-01-03 17:17:12

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

@ gutterslob :  really like your last dark screenshot .. +10   big_smile


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#24 2010-01-03 17:47:05

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

neom wrote:

Hey ralleywolf...like your background...is it homemade or is it available somewhere? cool


It's a cg produced by a fella named Ed Giddings. I tweaked the colors in the Gimp to make it suit my green on black fetish.

Here's a link to Ed's site where you can find the original...
http://www.cgreactor.com/

anonymous: I do plan to tweak the tint2, just havn't gotten around to that yet. I'm still not 100% happy with the theme.

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#25 2010-01-03 18:15:50

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Re: January 2010 screenshot thread

@RalleyWolf - What kind of GTK theme are you using there?  Is it based on the Dyne pixmap theme?

I think the GTK theme would better match the wallpaper if you added a little blue to the greens.

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