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#26 2012-09-02 02:01:02

rstrcogburn
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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

PackRat wrote:

New month, new wall; maybe some other trivial modifications.

adzPTD3u.jpg


Wow, what a cool house and landscape.  Is that a picture from Iceland?  Your FVWM theme has a great throwback feel with that purple, and the FvwmButtons config looks great too.  Would you mind sharing this config?


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#27 2012-09-02 03:02:08

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

@rooster

Posted the configs in the fvwm thread.

Greenland, not Iceland.

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#28 2012-09-02 06:18:02

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

Unia wrote:
Dobbie03 wrote:

Today's:

tZmJkOA

tZmJkOQ

tZmJkYg

tZmJkYw

Nice! Cinnamon or Gnome Shell?

Thanks! It's Gnome Shell.

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#29 2012-09-02 09:41:00

Unia
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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

sqlpython wrote:

^ Yes.. Gaia was my reference to out of Class that day...
My Slackware reference was in reference to your mention of SystemV.. So, I believed you were referring to SystemV vs. Slackware init..

Oh, no big_smile I'm comparing SysV with systemd


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#30 2012-09-02 12:34:12

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

kimmo7 wrote:
kimmo7 wrote:

@hhh

In your last screenshots, you use gnome 3/gnome-shell.
How did you get out that icon in panel near Terminal in left side?
Thanks.


Allright, I got it.

What did you end up doing? For that part of the panel I use the Axe Menu extension to remove the "Application" label and I edited the shell theme's CSS to get rid of the application's icon as shown in this video...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8aVQNsSiYek

p1jnrxM5FDfH.png oHUstDe.png


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#31 2012-09-02 12:54:42

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

hhh wrote:
kimmo7 wrote:
kimmo7 wrote:

@hhh

In your last screenshots, you use gnome 3/gnome-shell.
How did you get out that icon in panel near Terminal in left side?
Thanks.


Allright, I got it.

What did you end up doing? For that part of the panel I use the Axe Menu extension to remove the "Application" label and I edited the shell theme's CSS to get rid of the application's icon as shown in this video...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8aVQNsSiYek

p1jnrxM5FDfH.png oHUstDe.png

I also edited CSS file. And I saw that same video guide.


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#32 2012-09-02 13:05:00

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

Here's my slightly customized GNOME Shell.

OIDEss.png nsgSNs.jpg

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#33 2012-09-02 13:11:06

hhh
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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

Wow, month of GNOME all of a sudden

I love that wallpaper, szymm. smile

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#34 2012-09-02 13:30:01

Unia
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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

szymm wrote:

Here's my slightly customized GNOME Shell.

OIDEss.png nsgSNs.jpg

Love the whole setup! Nice one wink


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#35 2012-09-02 14:12:00

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

@szymm:  I love the way the coffee steam includes the Debian swirl! cool  Source please??

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#36 2012-09-02 14:20:24

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#37 2012-09-02 14:49:12

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

aug-02-2012-tn.png

Here I am using XMonad, whilst fixing a few buglets in find-window in tmux.

-- Thomas Adam

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#38 2012-09-02 16:01:53

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

pvsage wrote:

@szymm:  I love the way the coffee steam includes the Debian swirl! cool  Source please??

Haha, I haven't noticed. smile There's a lot of great wallpapers at Vladstudio.

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#39 2012-09-02 16:21:24

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

@shymm:  Maybe it's just a happy coincidence that the swirl in the steam has the same chirality; still, it's awesome.

@Hasselhoff:  Thanks!  Stolen.

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#40 2012-09-02 17:44:44

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

SBVsf.jpg


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#41 2012-09-02 20:32:10

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

Hey, this is my first post in the forum. I've been testing Statler for some weeks and I've decided to keep it. And well, after a lil work I've come to this desktop config and wanted to share it with you folks, hope you like it.

Screenshot_09022012_05_28_23_PM.jpg

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#42 2012-09-02 20:35:56

hhh
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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

@Nando, welcome! @xe3tec lovely wallpaper (and a massive display)!

A rare dark theme for me using mods of Elementary Dark and Elementary Luna Mod. I haven't played Castlevania, but the print is named "simon.jpg". Could this one be Simon Belmont fighting Dracula?

zVbtUL.png iYZUoAd01.png

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#43 2012-09-02 21:13:41

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

Hey everyone, great screenshots!

Here are mine, under OpenBSD:

clean:
tZmJ1dA
dirty:
tZmJ1dQ

Hope you like it!
As a side note, I would like to mention that after the scrot, I changed that blue to one a tiny bit lighter.

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#44 2012-09-02 21:52:11

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

hhh wrote:

A rare dark theme for me using mods of Elementary Dark and Elementary Luna Mod. I haven't played Castlevania, but the print is named "simon.jpg". Could this one be Simon Belmont fighting Dracula?

zVbtUL.png

Looks like Simon visited Sega for some Super Shinobi training while at it. O_o
Great theme. You should do dark more often.



Athos wrote:

dirty:
tZmJ1dQ

Hope you like it!
As a side note, I would like to mention that after the scrot, I changed that blue to one a tiny bit lighter.

Great setup overall, though I don't think that secondary conky (as brilliant as it is.... props to Daisuke) is really needed with all your info in the bar already. Lovin' the background. Is that a wallpaper, or just some xsetroot magic? I assume it's something like "xsetroot -fg \#[-color-] -bg \#[-color-] -mod x x" .... Correct?

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#45 2012-09-03 06:57:16

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

gutterslob wrote:
hhh wrote:

A rare dark theme for me using mods of Elementary Dark and Elementary Luna Mod.

Looks like Simon visited Sega for some Super Shinobi training while at it. O_o
Great theme. You should do dark more often.

Come to the dark side, hhh! tongue
It's great, but you can't see anything while having direct sun light at the monitor (But that just happens to me because I have a laptop) xD

gutterslob wrote:

Great setup overall, though I don't think that secondary conky (as brilliant as it is.... props to Daisuke) is really needed with all your info in the bar already. Lovin' the background. Is that a wallpaper, or just some xsetroot magic? I assume it's something like "xsetroot -fg \#[-color-] -bg \#[-color-] -mod x x" .... Correct?

Thank you!
You're right, I removed the sticker, I mean, It isn't giving me any more information (It was kind of useful while I used xstatbar, tough).

As the background...Yup! big_smile You're right. I just saw something like that in the FreeBSD forum and I went crazy until I found that you could combine -mod with -fg and -bg under xmodmap...
And suddenly, I think I won't need any wallpaper at all tongue

The command I use it this one(at .xinitrc):

xsetroot -mod 5 5 -fg black -bg '#121212' &

I have -mod 5 5, but the -mod 3 3 is also awesome, check it out!

Last edited by Athos (2012-09-03 08:52:12)

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#46 2012-09-03 06:58:13

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

Does mine still count? I'm testing out Fedora 17 this month w/ gnome shell:

tZmNjMQ

tZmNjMg

Dare I say it? I like gnome 3 big_smile

The latest version is highly usable and better than unity.

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#47 2012-09-03 08:39:02

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

Selfmade wallpaper for my musical taste.
I tried to make the conky look good with it.

tZmNkNQ

Hope you enjoy it!

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#48 2012-09-03 18:46:06

ivo
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From: the six feet under the ground
Registered: 2011-05-06
Posts: 334

Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

@Athos
Very Very good!!!
 
My own wm !! 

MMwm - Minimal Monocle window manager for X, using prefix key style
and partially based on DWM.   
tZmNtOQ

CURRENT FEATURES

- Integrated Ratpoison/StumpWM style (using prefix key)
- No tags, just one view and simple taskbar that gives a "list" of opened windows (in the style of rpbar)
- No mouse support (Say good-bye to the rodent)
- MMwm does not have xinerama support   

Inspirations
Ratpoison, AntiWM, 2wm, and the text editor Gnu/Emacs.

Last edited by ivo (2012-09-03 19:19:11)


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#49 2012-09-03 19:53:09

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

Athos wrote:

As the background...Yup! big_smile You're right. I just saw something like that in the FreeBSD forum and I went crazy until I found that you could combine -mod with -fg and -bg under xmodmap...
And suddenly, I think I won't need any wallpaper at all tongue

The command I use it this one(at .xinitrc):

xsetroot -mod 5 5 -fg black -bg '#121212' &

I have -mod 5 5, but the -mod 3 3 is also awesome, check it out!

It does make an awesome background; thanks for the tip.

abfENqZd.jpg


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#50 2012-09-03 23:04:59

hhh
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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

Rawketman wrote:

Does mine still count? I'm testing out Fedora 17 this month w/ gnome shell:

ompldr.org/vZmNjMQ

ompldr.org/vZmNjMg

Yes, it counts. We are distribution-friendly here. I myself only used #! for a month before I decided that Debian netinstalls were more to my liking (sorry Papa!), though I still check out whichever is the latest #! ISO.

Dare I say it? I like gnome 3

Pretty safe dare, you'll make the 5th shell user in this month's screenshot thread (no recent scrot from kimmo7, though). Heck, even Linus went back to GNOME, though he did it bitching and whining like the idealist he sometimes is...
https://plus.google.com/+LinusTorvalds/ … koAaLDpF4i

gutterslob wrote:

Looks like Simon visited Sega for some Super Shinobi training while at it. O_o
Great theme. You should do dark more often.

Thanks brother. I never played Revenge of Shinobi either, boo. Really the only games from the last 25 years I've logged any serious hours on are N64's Goldeneye 007, Burnout Paradise on the Xbox 360, and Golf from Wii Sports Resort on the Wii.

As to dark themes, I have a major problem with them and a minor problem... Majorly, I find light text on a dark background WAAAAAAAYYY more fatiguing than dark on light, no matter what the medium or type of screen. Minorly, I find getting dark themes to play nice with form inputs on web pages to be infuriatingly hard. What damn GTK2 element is getting picked up that renders form text in an invisible grey when my colors are all set to black or white??? The only dark theme where I don't have that problem is the Tron one I've been using on my netbook all summer. Maybe I'll have to break that sucker apart and figure it out sometime.

Really I've been doing way less theming lately. The netbook's colors favor blue greatly, making that Tron theme ideal, and GNOME 3 theming is a complete nightmare. GTK2 themes that haven't been ported to GTK3, @import URLs for GTK3 themes that reference Dog Knows Where, Metacity themes with multiple XML files inside, rounded shoulder corners but rectangular bottom corners with no obvious way to change them (oh, you can put rounded_bottom_right="true" in there all day long, it don't do nuttin'). Sorry for sounding idealistically bitchy like Linus, but why does everything Open Source have to get more and more fragmented the more it "progresses"? Hawking is right, the universe was in it's most organized state seconds before the Big Bang and it's all just getting more chaotic the farther out it flies!

More discussion from the nerds on Linux desktop usability...
https://plus.google.com/115250422803614 … MT5kW8LKJk


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