Thank you corenominal for all of your work. Ubuntu is the distro that made linux reachable for me but Crunchbang is the distro that made me love linux. I am sure your work has had a big impact in many people's computing life. I am not running Crunchbang anymore but I will keep lurking this place. Once again, thank you sir.
Behold my unstable SystemV-holdout.
Could you please tell me what the font is in your terminal twoion? It looks quite nice and I am thinking I may leave Envy Code R for it...
Tell me which smart mobile is best nodays????
Hi dani21, welcome to the forums!
If you have a request, it is always nice to write it in a polite way.
When writing a question, a single question mark is enough.
If it is not a question, do not use a question mark. For example: "Tell me which smart mobile is best nodays" is not a question. "Could you please tell me...?" is a question asked politely.
If you have the time, why not introduce yourself in the dedicated thread and also read the forum rules? There should be a section about necro-posting, please read it!
Figure I'd stop in an plug my WM. I'm pretty certain that it's the smallest WM for X11 ever written, coming in at a whopping 20 sloc (...) pick it up at my github and get that no-X feeling, but still use FF/IW/Chromium to browse with.
DebianJoe, the man page of your WM is more bloat than the actual WM?
That made me laugh!
I remember that Emerald win-decor theme which inspired this (flowerTree). I prefer the original, though I suppose he couldn't replicate that in GTK3. Also not a fan of the font rendering. The 'soft tops' bug me. I know you can do better with infinality.
Other than that, it's probably one of the nicest Gnome3 scrots I've seen. The use of varying drop-shadow weight to differentiate between active and inactive apps is a classy touch. Full props to the creator.
Btw, if you do manage to track him down, be sure to give him a shout-out for that "DJ Sprinkles - Midtown 120 Blues" avatar he's using at the pixelf*ckers site.
I didn't know about the flowerTree theme, thanks for the info and the fair criticism gutterslob!
I think too this is not perfect but I love how it comes together. I am in between Flatstudio and Sivaflat at the moment, so I guess I am a sucker for flat themes.
Ah, about DJ Sprinkles, will do!
I am running firefox now because this iceweasel thing has been getting on my little bird nerves for way too long. With almost every update of iceweasel, it's the same thing, as evidenced by the number of threads that come out.
Yes, if you set your preferences, sources and everything right it should be ok. It just requires you to read carefully and you should be fine. Or you can just switch to firefox, same stuff without the hassle. I am willing the lose some Richard-Stallmanness if I can avoid 15 minutes of fiddling with repos.
Man it's good to rant sometimes!
On the other hand, if you can come back from cancer in your balls, intestines, lungs and brain to win 7 Tours, I want his drugs! ...
Well I guess he got cancer in the first place from doing drugs, knowing that taking steroids may give you testicular cancer...
By the way I am surprised that many people thought he was clean. I am not sure a single racer is clean in pro-cycling for that matter. I like this sport though!
... I use the rememberthemilk.com website and display the notes via conky... Drawback is that you need an internet connection and edit your notes via a browser.
Not to mention possible security and/or privacy issues...
For security I guess it's as dangerous as using a web browser. For privacy, it is true that there is a risk that my "call Mom tonight about birthday present" note might be leaked out to the public by some hackers. But I like to live dangerously
...still you are right Krunchtime, some people write sensitive/personal info in their notes so it can be an issue. In any case sepapalta's answer is much more likely to help the OP than my suggestion.
I know it's a bit different to what you asked, but it might fit your purpose better: I use the rememberthemilk.com website and display the notes via conky. The advantage is that your notes are online so you can access them as long as you have an internet connection. Drawback is that you need an internet connection and edit your notes via a browser.