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#1 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » February 2011 Screenshot Thread » 2011-02-16 22:04:10

Ped

Hi. What ya think of dis desktop?
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Nothing like fiddling with the appearance. Tint2, GTK, Openbox... ...so much fun so little time.

Hey! look at the weird stuff you can do with Gimp's layout:
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I think my GTK and Openbox it's a bit human, but stil good-lookn. I also have a lot of my programs linked to shortcuts in the main rc, my conky just needs to get updated.
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I got the menu in the corner by editing ADcomp's menu and using stalonetray. It took quite a bit of nonsense to get it perfect. big_smile

#2 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » December 2010 Screenshot thread. » 2010-12-03 10:49:37

Ped

Previously I had a pretty dark theme
After a while I realized I wasn't able to see a thing, so I quickly changed the UI So that I was able to read all my text. I kept the openbox theme though neutral

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A screen-shot in a screen-shot so-that you can see both my Openbox menu and Tint 2 bar

If I was a windows user, I would have a crunchbang screenshot on my background because it looks so good! wink

#3 Re: Tips, Tricks & Scripts » [Solution] Getting Skype to work » 2010-11-22 04:37:19

Ped

Running 64-bit on my side.
Mine Got past the log-in-menu with the instructions from the first post. Which made me very glad because I lived a week or so without skype when I saw The Gap in the Debian 64 repositories(Joke). Thank-you, thank-you Archaesoft! Now its only up to drivers, I'll inform you guy's later if everything worked big_smile

#4 Re: Introductions » Hello all » 2010-11-21 22:43:05

Ped

Hello Jordi. I hope you enjoy #!. Have a look at anonymous's Quick Reference for Tips, Tricks & Scripts.
That's where I found how excitingly pleasant #! really was not just because there are some cool posts but because I was amazed by the pleasant attitude all the writers have.
http://crunchbanglinux.org/forums/topic … erence-v2/

Another thing you can do is too look at some screen-shots and Conkys if you're into setting up a cool desktop which is completely possible in in this Distro big_smile

http://crunchbanglinux.org/forums/topic … ad/page/8/
http://crunchbanglinux.org/forums/topic … ky-config/

#5 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » November 2010 Screenshot thread » 2010-11-21 21:55:53

Ped

Another Cool thing I made was in reaction to the #! website becoming all black(dark-gray) with the warm neutral yet light text.(Which looks white from a distance tongue )
So I made a dark and minimal gtk and openbox theme big_smile
Crowded:
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Empty:
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(BTW the text in the image refers someone cooler than me big_smile )

#6 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » November 2010 Screenshot thread » 2010-11-21 21:20:10

Ped

I made a gtk and open-box theme for my computer which I called Worthy Oil. It accentuated the thickness and texture of oil
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I also made this background for it:
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And finally the open-box menu:
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#7 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » What Graphic Apps do you use? » 2010-11-03 05:05:09

Ped

I also work for a publication. I use Scribus 1.3.8 (the 64-bit sid version on Crunch! statler) and fontforge to thicken or thin fonts out. Maybe I should post a thread on how to do it. Inkscape for vectors, and finally Gimp for ruster images. You make Krita sound good maybe I should try it out, the same for blender and Pencil!

#9 Re: Introductions » Hello all » 2010-11-03 04:28:10

Ped

I also Wish you prosporous #!-ing

#10 Re: Introductions » Hello world! It's Ped » 2010-11-03 04:20:51

Ped

Ok, Replying to you all,

@ boromeus

Which version of #! did you install? 9.04 or Statler?

Thanx for asking! I've installed Statler.

but if you're using Statler, please use the Devel section

I'll make sure to make use of the Devel section. I already made a post about 1.3.8. My mistake, I'll ask them to move it.

@ anonymous

You have an awesome profile image. There's no 2 way's about it. Though I don't know who the character is.

did you install the DEB package from Debian Sid?

AND YES I did install the DEB package from Debian Sid. A wonderful keen eye , insight and memory. Your a cool Moderator

@ isidor_swe

Enjoy your stay, may it be long and fruitful!

Thanx for your wishes

@vrkalak, GuruX and Hackuity
Lots of thanx people!

#11 Introductions » Hello world! It's Ped » 2010-11-01 00:52:40

Ped
Replies: 9

O! there's actually a introduction aria at the forum! Convenient. I'm a noob. Or at least I was. I've been using Linux - (ubuntu) - from the beginning of this year. I read a few things about CrunchBang a few weeks ago and decided to try it out. Wonderful.

Still figuring out my keybord (Mixed @ and " and my crunch gives a £)
Trying to install scribus 1.3.8 for amd 64 and thats it!

I've posted my first post here:
http://crunchbanglinux.org/forums/topic … ot-thread/
Then I found this place!

Thanx!

[Edit]

Awesome! I've installed scribus 1.3.8. I am going to post a topic on how I did it! Thank-you dad! (I'm Christian). I am going to enjoy CrunchBang.

Other thing I wanted to mention is that you've got great people in your forums. Funny yet practical. I hope the whole world will join the CrunchBang revolution! So that they can see how to be cool like this community. smile

#12 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » November 2010 Screenshot thread » 2010-11-01 00:25:02

Ped

Hello, This is my first post ever. Im a Noob, but I've learned a lot!
I Love CrunchBang. It's gr8. I hope I will find all the answers to some questions at the forums. Then I can have an awesome OS! big_smile

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What do you think? I made my own menu! Sorry if it's outdated concerning current Conky technology. I will be fixing that later!

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