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#1 2011-06-30 21:17:08

omns
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July 2011 Screenshot Thread

Ok, a few hours early but I'm off to work and then a few weeks break with my family.

--omns

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Please continue to use thumbnails linking to the larger image to help those of us with slow connections. An example of the code needed is below. Most image hosting sites will automatically generate this for you as well. I've been using postimage.org lately which does a nice job.

[url=http://link.to.your.fullsized.image][img]http://link.to.your.thumbnail.image[/img][/url]

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#2 2011-06-30 21:19:43

omns
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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

Still playing around with Unity. Never fear, I'm working on something new for my Squeeze/Xfce 4.8 setup smile

Screenshot_5.jpg

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#3 2011-07-01 00:11:05

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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

safetycopy wrote:
VastOne wrote:
safetycopy wrote:

Yeah, yeah... ;P A teenage daughter... Don't be ashamed ;D

No shame as pointed out in second half of quote...

No, I'm just pulling your leg smile

big_smile  And I pulled back... snicker... No harm intended safetycopy...

I chuckled all day over this thread.. and the memories of my daughters excitement over creepy looking vampires..

Some of the babes were hot though... cool


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#4 2011-07-01 01:50:53

orionthehunter
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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

I've switched to XFCE because of a bug or my own messed up configuration in tint2.  I should probably investigate it... but its easier to just switch to XFCE which runs just about as fast.
5889131317_7ff958b545_m.jpg
Screenshot - 07012011 - 09:17:50 AM by Mark Mrwizard, on Flickr

Background photo was taken in a run down restaurant in Japan.

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#5 2011-07-01 03:32:27

hhh
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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

Here's to a nice July everyone. Omns, hope you have a relaxing holiday...

Screenshot_06302011_11_30_05_PM.jpg


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#6 2011-07-01 03:56:00

orionthehunter
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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

hhh: What is your launcher and tray combination? AWM?

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#7 2011-07-01 03:57:08

hhh
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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

xfce4-panel with Talika applet (-edit- via xfce4-xfapplet-plugin)...

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=118267

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#8 2011-07-01 04:02:27

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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

AWESOME!  This is the functionality I was looking for for my desktop, it has a massive screen resolution so I actually use a dock-like launcher, but I like the XFCE panel :-p

Did you compile the source provided there and how is this plugin on resources?

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#9 2011-07-01 04:19:05

hhh
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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

No, I used the Ubuntu deb provided, it installed no problem for me on squeeze using Gdebi or dpkg. I've been using it for nearly a year, I think it's great. Custom icons, pinning, good preferences options. 15MB RAM plus another 9 for xfce4-xfapplet.

-edit- Oh yeah, left-click to open/minimize/unminimize, middle-click to close, right-click for "Move to Workspace..." and other options.

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#10 2011-07-01 08:19:37

Sunshine the Werewolf
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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

Nothing really fancy. Never is.

tOWI1Yw

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#11 2011-07-01 08:39:50

ivanovnegro
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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

@hhh: As always +1 for the great screenshot. I am always enjoying looking at them for minutes. smile

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#12 2011-07-01 08:43:19

kbmonkey
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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

Unity looks pretty Omns, nice!
Like that color scheme hhh!
Love that font Sunshine Werewolf!

My desktop this month features my very own, very first conky config smile I chose function over form, and made a horizontal bar which stays visible with a desktop margin set (top or bottom)

Still tweaking, I shall post the config soon.

I delved into customizing my terminal too: As I dig deeper into directories the path annoyingly wraps in my terminal, so now my path has it's own line for sanity's sake.

Happy July everyone smile

Clean
desktop_2011_07_01_clean.jpg

Dirty
desktop_2011_07_01_dirty.jpg

Conky closeup
conky_2011_07_01.jpg

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#13 2011-07-01 09:48:43

Unia
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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

Compiz Standalone with AWN dock.

tOWI2bQ

tOWI2bA

Also I really dig my browser with this theme, so a special screenshot for that big_smile

tOWI2cA


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#14 2011-07-01 10:22:02

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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

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New stuff for July.  The first time my "Duke" ascii has been revealed. ^o^.  Hope yall like it.


Pack em in snow!

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#15 2011-07-01 11:20:17

dipilibupap
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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

tOWI3bw

Cheers.

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#16 2011-07-01 14:00:15

muzieca
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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

WOW, lots of great screenshots today.

omns
Judging from your screenshot, i think Unity is not as bad as peoples says. Looks nice to me. smile

orionthehunter
I like your screenshot, XFCE is nice, btw will it be transformed again as your own LCARS? Wanna see that again. smile

hhh
Flawless as usual, and the graphite color on the theme is so nice too.

Sunshine the Werewolf
nice setups, and i really like the font on the conky, looks very nice. smile

kbmonkey
This kind of setups are always my favorite, simple horizontal conky with all the informations I need, and always visible. Nice setups mate. smile

Unia
Nice theme! is that GTK3? and Firefox 5? Okay...... i'm envious. lol

rstrcogburn
OMG!!!, that ASCII Art is so COOL!!! The colors is looks nice too, codes? big_smile

dipilibupap
Nice Subtle WM setups. I like it. Nice colorscheme too. smile


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#17 2011-07-01 16:01:30

Unia
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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

muzieca wrote:

Unia
Nice theme! is that GTK3? and Firefox 5? Okay...... i'm envious. lol

Yep, and yep smile


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#18 2011-07-01 16:48:12

Him
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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

Salt and pepper.

tOWJkMQ tOWJkMg


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#19 2011-07-01 18:29:07

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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

Lxde has come a long way. Lubuntu, modified a bit (ok more than a bit perhaps), boots at 65mbyte ram. The lxde apps are becoming much more usable than some xfce ones. lxappearance for one has a TON of options whereas xfce apperance has too few. Pcmanfm has tabs (come on thunar) and proper device handling (imho). And

Of course lxpanel isn't great, but it has become bearable.

Theme combo is a classic: Elegant brit obt+gtk, meliae svg icons, gbo_fixed wallpaper from simpledesktops.


tOWJlag tOWJlaw


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#20 2011-07-01 19:07:47

hhh
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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

ivanov, muzieca, cheers!


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#21 2011-07-01 19:09:02

SuNjACk
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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

Him wrote:

Salt and pepper.

tOWJkMQ tOWJkMg


How can you use that font? big_smile


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#22 2011-07-01 19:23:14

ivanovnegro
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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

@koleoptero: Nice man. Lxde can look so great.

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#23 2011-07-01 20:28:19

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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

ivanovnegro wrote:

@koleoptero: Nice man. Lxde can look so great.

Glad you like it. smile I'll have to dig around for other themes that look good and consistent till I can say that I like it that much. Funny thing is though that lxde has pushed aside a lot of the stuff used in a regular openbox install. Autostart.sh and menu.xml for one aren't there, there are some lxde configs. Also obconf is rendered obsolete since all the options are in lxappearance now. All in all it's turning into a proper DE.


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#24 2011-07-01 21:11:07

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Registered: 2009-09-02
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Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

koleoptero wrote:

Lxde has come a long way. Lubuntu, modified a bit (ok more than a bit perhaps), boots at 65mbyte ram. The lxde apps are becoming much more usable than some xfce ones. lxappearance for one has a TON of options whereas xfce apperance has too few. Pcmanfm has tabs (come on thunar) and proper device handling (imho). And

Of course lxpanel isn't great, but it has become bearable.

Theme combo is a classic: Elegant brit obt+gtk, meliae svg icons, gbo_fixed wallpaper from simpledesktops.


tOWJlag tOWJlaw

Nice! Did you modify the colors in Audacious' infobar? If you did, how did you do it?

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#25 2011-07-01 21:48:14

koleoptero
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Posts: 401

Re: July 2011 Screenshot Thread

yuh_learn wrote:
koleoptero wrote:

Lxde has come a long way. Lubuntu, modified a bit (ok more than a bit perhaps), boots at 65mbyte ram. The lxde apps are becoming much more usable than some xfce ones. lxappearance for one has a TON of options whereas xfce apperance has too few. Pcmanfm has tabs (come on thunar) and proper device handling (imho). And

Of course lxpanel isn't great, but it has become bearable.

Theme combo is a classic: Elegant brit obt+gtk, meliae svg icons, gbo_fixed wallpaper from simpledesktops.


tOWJlag tOWJlaw

Nice! Did you modify the colors in Audacious' infobar? If you did, how did you do it?

No it did it all by itself. I was just as pleasantly surprized as you. lol It's the latest version of audacious though, not the one that comes with ubuntu.


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