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#1 2014-06-30 19:31:32

Unia
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July 2014 screenshot thread

Great screenshots again in June. Let's do the same for July!

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#2 2014-06-30 20:29:27

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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread

GNOME 3.

nDjQ5wIs.jpg

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#3 2014-07-01 03:58:42

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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread

I just installed CrunchBang earlier today after quite some time with Fedora.  I can't believe how fantastic the font rendering is, it's like the words are literally printed onto my screen!  I've been toying around with options where I can find them and came up with this.

2014_06_30_small.jpg

Last edited by rkalexander (2014-07-01 04:02:02)

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#4 2014-07-01 08:18:41

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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread

rkalexander welcome !
slshscreeen.jpg
compiz-session-stand-alone on cb 11 wheezy
Conky slide-show with 800x600 pics at the center of the screen.

Last edited by ragamatrix (2014-07-01 11:11:14)

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#5 2014-07-01 09:31:01

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#6 2014-07-01 14:02:29

Unia
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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread

Like a few more here, I'm also drawn into GNOME Shell all of a sudden:

4sZabtWs.jpg


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#7 2014-07-01 14:38:19

twoion
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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread

Unia wrote:

Like a few more here, I'm also drawn into GNOME Shell all of a sudden:

http://i.imgur.com/4sZabtWs.jpg

Can the clock be disabled? It surely wouldn't belong on my desktop.

These days I'm spending most of the day on a 2-monitor mac setup at work ... no screenshot yet because I've got the machine not here right now (will deliver some time later). I have to say, it his actually quite a nice device, too (after installing homebrew: tmux, wget, macvim, iterm2 etc pp): Except for Unix design principles having been violated in  horrible, horrible ways (tried configuring wifi from the command line? ifconfig? No! networksetup).


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#8 2014-07-01 15:39:14

Unia
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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread

^ Pretty sure it's easily done via an extension. The unix design principles is also something a little voice in the back of my head keeps repeating; Gnome + systemd is really pushing it on that end. However, we can't be stuck in the 80s forever! I think it's time to advance the Linux desktop and perhaps to do so, we need to let go of some principals.


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#9 2014-07-01 17:10:34

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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread

another new gimp wallpaper
Screenshot_07012014_10_04_35_AM.jpg

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#10 2014-07-01 17:26:22

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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread

14365445878_b30e82b662.jpg

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#11 2014-07-01 17:42:07

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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread

2014_07_01_1404236309_1280x1024_scrot.jpg
как-то так.

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#12 2014-07-01 19:48:35

Alad
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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread

rkalexander wrote:

I just installed CrunchBang earlier today after quite some time with Fedora.  I can't believe how fantastic the font rendering is, it's like the words are literally printed onto my screen!

Try freetype-freeworld from RPMFusion to get the same in Fedora. wink

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#13 2014-07-01 19:59:44

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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread

2014-07-0114042446381280.jpg

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#14 2014-07-01 21:33:06

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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread

http://imgur.com/5QI4fxS

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#15 2014-07-02 10:01:21

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#16 2014-07-02 11:36:36

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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread

@easysid; nice.

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#17 2014-07-02 13:07:26

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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread

Unia wrote:

^ Pretty sure it's easily done via an extension.

You're right; there are some extension HowTo's to change or remove the clock.

Is your dragonfly wm still on hiatus?

back on topic -

2014-07-02scrot.jpg

Last edited by PackRat (2014-07-02 13:11:23)


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#18 2014-07-02 14:59:48

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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread

brontosaurusrex wrote:

@easysid; nice.

Thanks smile

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#19 2014-07-02 15:02:02

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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread


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dotfiles http://git.io/.files

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#20 2014-07-02 15:58:57

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#21 2014-07-03 15:02:12

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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread

The icon theme comes with a script to change the colours.  I just matched it to the gtk theme.

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#22 2014-07-03 15:36:55

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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread

I've learned a very important lesson yesterday, there is absolutely no place like home ( on the Crunch Pro at least lol ).

a326d3a5_scrot7_3_14.png

1000th post too!

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#23 2014-07-03 16:11:11

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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread

easysid wrote:

The icon theme comes with a script to change the colours.  I just matched it to the gtk theme.

thanks. found it. no clue how to do it though heh.

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#24 2014-07-03 17:33:24

Unia
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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread

PackRat wrote:

Is your dragonfly wm still on hiatus?

Yes, it is. It probably will be for good, I just leave it on my GitHub for others to see (perhaps I inspire someone to continue development).


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#25 2014-07-04 12:17:51

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Re: July 2014 screenshot thread

As promised, here is a scrot of a htop of one of the very nice Linux servers on which I am spending most of my time lately. It runs a minimzed version of Ubuntu Server. Forgive me the selective censoring ^^
scrot.jpg

If there is something about Linux I have noticed lately, it's the vast discrepancy between what superb server-grade technology is available with Linux/what is possible, and what extraordinarily small fraction of that functionality desktop users actually employ day-to-day, like when using their #! desktops. After spending days on setting up some black magic, I read through our nice forums here and cannot help but think "Really. That's a problem?" (I even do not dare speak of posting screenshots :-). This is in no way meant to be derogatory; it just highlights that there are innumerable applications of computer tech, and that these fields of applications are quite diverse.


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