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#51 2012-09-04 08:24:52

Dobbie03
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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

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#52 2012-09-04 08:46:58

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

@Dobbie03 Hey, that's just majestic!

@hhh To me, it's just the opposite, it's easier for me to read terminal text with dark background... Anyways, that's just my case, everyone is different!

@PackRat You are welcome! Xsetroot is awesome tongue

@ivo Many thanks! BTW, what you're doing is awesome, I think I'll program my own WM  someday... (MOWM? tongue)

@Rawketman: Of course it counts! I prefer other kind of WM, tough tongue

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#53 2012-09-04 08:57:58

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

Athos wrote:

@Dobbie03 Hey, that's just majestic!


Cheers!

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#54 2012-09-04 15:11:09

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

Nothing has changed apart from the wallpaper.

2012_09_04_170046_1024x600_scrot.jpg 2012_09_04_170914_1024x600_scrot.jpg

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#55 2012-09-04 15:21:49

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

ivo wrote:

@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.

Running it right now:
tZmQwNQ


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#56 2012-09-04 16:31:25

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

hhh wrote:

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

Here's my gnome 3.

10842654.t.jpg

I'm hopping between gnome 3 and i3. Gnome looks nice but it's slow and I have older laptop. i3 is also nice looking and simple and fast.

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#57 2012-09-04 17:11:56

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

Woow man!!

I updated the taskbar !! 
tZmQyaA
works better with more windows.

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#58 2012-09-04 17:43:08

Athos
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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

ivo wrote:

Woow man!!

I updated the taskbar !! 
tZmQyaA
works better with more windows.

Awesome!!!

Hey man, what about creating a thread for the WM?? big_smile
That way the information won't be fragmented!

It's not that I don't want you to post here, it's just that I think that a new WM deserves a thread tongue

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#59 2012-09-04 17:59:43

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

Hey thanks smile
 
MMwm thread!!
http://crunchbanglinux.org/forums/post/256710/#p256710

Last edited by ivo (2012-09-04 18:13:17)


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#60 2012-09-04 19:38:09

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

Lots of pretty stuff so far.

Anyway, I finally hacked up a way to use a master settings file that will generate new themes for Xresources, conky, herbstluftwm, and dmenu at one fell swoop.  The next project is to get it to generate GTK themes from the same file... or possibly... something else...

1H3jXFT6uDwkmkoG5DSpzD

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#61 2012-09-04 20:01:43

Unia
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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

double post

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#62 2012-09-04 20:01:45

Unia
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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

ninjaaron wrote:

Lots of pretty stuff so far.

Anyway, I finally hacked up a way to use a master settings file that will generate new themes for Xresources, conky, herbstluftwm, and dmenu at one fell swoop.  The next project is to get it to generate GTK themes from the same file... or possibly... something else...

1H3jXFT6uDwkmkoG5DSpzD

Nice!! I like how the colors match the wallpaper! What's the terminal?

Last edited by Unia (2012-09-04 20:05:29)


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#63 2012-09-04 20:47:36

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

@ninjaaron

very nice indeed!


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#64 2012-09-04 21:11:57

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

Thanks guys.  I used some website that generates a pallet from a preexisting image (there are lots of those) and tweaked a few of the colors here and there.  The terminal is rxvt-unicode.

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#65 2012-09-04 21:16:01

Unia
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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

ninjaaron wrote:

Thanks guys.  I used some website that generates a pallet from a preexisting image (there are lots of those) and tweaked a few of the colors here and there.  The terminal is rxvt-unicode.

Then can I see your font settings?


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#66 2012-09-04 21:22:54

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

Screenshot_09052012_12_25_34_AM.jpg

Waldorf
- classic conky and tint2.

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#67 2012-09-04 23:55:10

Warez
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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

slavssn wrote:

Nothing has changed apart from the wallpaper.

2012_09_04_170046_1024x600_scrot.jpg 2012_09_04_170914_1024x600_scrot.jpg

can you post your config? themes, icons, gtk, openbox.

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#68 2012-09-05 03:33:52

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

Unia wrote:
ninjaaron wrote:

Thanks guys.  I used some website that generates a pallet from a preexisting image (there are lots of those) and tweaked a few of the colors here and there.  The terminal is rxvt-unicode.

Then can I see your font settings?

Ah... the font.

Well, the only  line that controls the font in~/.Xresources is this:

URxvt.font: xft:Ubuntu Mono:pixelsize=11:style=bold,xft:Miriam Mono CLM:style=bold

That second font is a because I need something to fill in Hebrew characters that Ubuntu Mono lacks 'cause I'm writing a text book for Biblical Hebrew.  Everything you see in this pic is Ubuntu Mono.

However, I do have Ubuntu libxft and cairo patches installed (which I believe are in #! by default).  This changes things.  I'm also using a patched version of rxvt-unicode which corrects problems with character spacing the current release version.  I got it from the Arch User Repository.  The package is called (aptly) `rxvt-unicode-patched`.  Unfortunatly, I'm not sure what's required to install it on another distro.

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#69 2012-09-05 04:11:05

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

^@ninjaaron that is definitely an impressinve .Xdefaults / .Xresources set up.  Would you mind heading over to the .Xdefaults section and posting the details there. Those colors would look great with my current all flat gray set up.


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#70 2012-09-05 04:28:04

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

OB - statler

2012_09_05_1346819146_1366x768_scrot.jpg


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#71 2012-09-05 08:21:17

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

LMDE w/ Cinnamon

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#72 2012-09-05 09:52:50

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

Warez wrote:
slavssn wrote:

Nothing has changed apart from the wallpaper.

2012_09_04_170046_1024x600_scrot.jpg 2012_09_04_170914_1024x600_scrot.jpg

can you pot your config? themes, icons, gtk, openbox.

Sure:

GTK3 theme: Zukitwo-Dark
OB theme: changed some random one to match Zukitwo-Dark; click here
Icons: Elementary (Dark)
Font: Droid Sans, size: 8
Wallpaper: Far Away Glory.

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#73 2012-09-05 10:03:25

Unia
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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

ninjaaron wrote:

However, I do have Ubuntu libxft and cairo patches installed (which I believe are in #! by default).  This changes things.  I'm also using a patched version of rxvt-unicode which corrects problems with character spacing the current release version.  I got it from the Arch User Repository.  The package is called (aptly) `rxvt-unicode-patched`.  Unfortunatly, I'm not sure what's required to install it on another distro.

Thanks, that's what I wanted to know wink


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#74 2012-09-05 10:03:25

Unia
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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

argh, again double post

Last edited by Unia (2012-09-05 10:03:46)


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#75 2012-09-05 14:56:50

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Re: September 2012 Screenshot Thread

mmwm -> tabbed -> urxvtc -> dvtm -> tmux
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