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#1 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » November 2011 screenshot thread » 2011-11-11 03:16:40

2011_11_10_1320981095_1366x768_scrot.jpg

After 4 hours I wasn't able to get scrotwm configured properly so I settled for openbox with as much terminus as possible.

#4 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » October 2011 Screenshot thread » 2011-10-29 23:35:23

shadowh511 wrote:

ouDV8.jpg

Quad-core i5 w/8GB of ram
my laptop <3


Could I have your conky/tint2 configs? I like this setup, very basic.

#5 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » October 2011 Screenshot thread » 2011-10-29 23:33:05

IYu9T.png

Finally back on Linux after dealing almost exclusively with Macs for the past two months - this is just a basic setup I'm going to work on later. The tint2 was grabbed from the tint2 config thread somewhere, moved to the bottom and tweaked for some additional opacity.

I'm also trying out samba sharing with nautilus and I've noticed that nautilus no longer takes over your desktop when you install it, as it has been wont to do in the past.

#6 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » September 2011 Screenshot Thread » 2011-09-05 19:19:17

xeNULL wrote:

Same theme just with a few minor changes like the xchat and jumanji browser

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What music player are you using?

#7 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » August 2011 Screenshot Thread » 2011-08-15 20:39:12

omns wrote:

@hypnotoad. Is that a mac? How have you themed the top panel?


An application called nocturne that handles screen inversion. I set it to invert only the menu bar. I was actually hoping it would come out as a flat black, but it didn't. http://www.tutwow.com/mac/turn-your-mac-menu-bar-black/ This is a bit more of an in-depth explanation, although there really isn't very much to the process.

#9 Re: Help & Support (Crunchbang 11 "Waldorf") » Xfce Themes and Icons » 2011-08-10 17:45:50

Alright well thank you for trying anyway, I'll have to play around with it some more.

#10 Re: Help & Support (Crunchbang 11 "Waldorf") » Xfce Themes and Icons » 2011-08-09 15:59:14

I did install the faenza theme folders to both usr/share/.icons and home/username/.icons. The permissions are set to root and read only (in usr) and for my username (in home) but they only seem to appear sporadically. For instance - the icon for Thunar changes in Docky but the icons for chromium, pidgin, etc. stay the same.

#11 Re: Help & Support (Crunchbang 11 "Waldorf") » Xfce Themes and Icons » 2011-08-08 22:21:00

fredbird67 wrote:

Interesting...I have all four variations of Faenza on here.  If I remember correctly, I think II downloaded mine from GNOME-Look and never had a problem with them..

Looking back, perhaps the problem was that I attempted to move the individual folders from the package to the /.icons folder, rather than running the INSTALL script (which I simply could not get to run).

However, I had the same issue with http://xfce-look.org/content/show.php/T … tent=46402 this icon set, which appears to be pretty straight forward.

#12 Re: Help & Support (Crunchbang 11 "Waldorf") » Xfce Themes and Icons » 2011-08-08 16:58:43

Okay - the icon theme is faenza. I moved them (faenza, faenza-dark, and faenza-darkest) into the .icons folders - they are the ones that typically appear as standard gnome icons -- although as I said before the navigational icons do change. What is odd is that faenza-black, which supposedly runs on top of the standard faenza icon set, manages to show up in Thunar. This occurs regardless of GTK theme as far as I can tell. I have tried a few.

#13 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » August 2011 Screenshot Thread » 2011-08-08 16:21:02

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Still configuring XFCE to my liking, many thanks to Kexolino for the inspiration.

#14 Re: Help & Support (Crunchbang 11 "Waldorf") » Xfce Themes and Icons » 2011-08-08 15:45:34

I am having a similar issue. I have tried editing the permissions of the files in usr/share/.icons, as well as moving the icons to home/username/.icons.The icons appear under Settings > Appearance but what seems to occur is that while the icons change for some things (back/forward button at the top of the file manager + browser) the icons for folders within the file manager change to the default gnome theme. Any ideas as to why?

#15 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » August 2011 Screenshot Thread » 2011-08-07 20:29:42

Kexolino wrote:

@hypnotoad: No XFCE?

Mine, kinda finished:
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If you look at what I was downloading in Transmission you'll see that I'm getting there. I'm actually posting this from a fresh LMDE install.

Nice looking openbox setup, by the way.

#17 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » July 2011 Screenshot Thread » 2011-07-28 15:33:29

jordan313 wrote:

Just finished the basic setup of #! Statler on my new sandy bridge i7 gtx580M beast mode laptop!
tOW5iYg

Clean:
tOW5iYw


What do you guys think?

Wow. What's the dock that you're using?

#18 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » July 2011 Screenshot Thread » 2011-07-21 23:20:44

gutterslob wrote:

Great scrots, everyone. Again, too many for me to quote (I'd feel bad if I left someone out).

Some wallpaper requests:

@Aaro: Mind sharing your awesome Evil Gnu?

@hhh: The screencap from Kurosawa's Seven Samurai, if you don't mind.
Edit: Never mind. Just got yer PM.... thanks mate. smile

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Same old drab here

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Derp~

Obviously I love this.

#19 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » July 2011 Screenshot Thread » 2011-07-13 16:13:33

Jadrian wrote:

Brand new install. I kept things mostly the same from my last install. I'm using the Atolm gtk theme with a compact tint2 and conky. smile

Messy:
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Maximized Window + tint2:
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Clean:
jhAj7s.jpg

Wow, that's very nice. What is the xfce theme, if you don't mind my asking?

Edit: Well I'm guessing it's called Atolm as well, I'll have to take a look around. I have been meaning to give the #! iteration of xfce a try.

#20 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » June 2011 Screenshot Thread » 2011-06-30 14:58:21

muzieca wrote:

No matter how hard i tried to stay away from OpenBox, i always failed. big_smile
Back to OpenBox now. smile
And it's like Font Craze time for me now. lol
tOWFqMg

Wow. This is Openbox you're using?

Teach me. Please.

#21 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » June 2011 Screenshot Thread » 2011-06-21 19:38:12

anonymous wrote:

Looks like scrotwm to me.

Yes I've looked into it and I think you're right. I haven't been on this forum for a while but it appears that scrotwm is growing in popularity.

#22 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » June 2011 Screenshot Thread » 2011-06-21 18:51:41

muzieca:

Thanks very much. Here's that wallpaper for you:

http://i.imgur.com/n3Spu.jpg

pfh:

tOTRlMA

At the risk of exposing my considerable ignorance, might I ask what WM you're using? Could I perhaps obtain the details of your setup?

#24 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » May 2011 Screenshot Thread » 2011-05-15 23:54:13

salixman wrote:

Currently playing around with Pekwm. I just installed it yesterday, so it's definitely not what I would call complete.

Clean:

tOGw3cA

Dirty:

tOGw3cg

This is very nice. Might I be able to get that background from you?

#25 Re: Off Topic / General Chat » Mac Users » 2010-10-25 21:25:26

luc wrote:

@^^
i think "design" or "optical appeal" can be a valid factor to decide for any kind of product (e.g. i buy some shirt not only 'cause it's warm = function, but also 'cause it looks good. goes equally well for cars, furniture, ... )
luc

Agreed. If people want to pay more for computers that are esthetically pleasing I see no reason why it would be any more pretentious or annoying than owning a nice car/house. Macs are great if you can afford the luxury. Their userbase is a bit vehement or overly enthusiastic at times, but you could honestly say the same of MS or Linux users.

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