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#151 2015-03-29 23:03:28

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Re: March 2015 Screenshot Thread

KrunchTime wrote:

Menus and conky

Sector11 wrote:

Also, what is that calendar thing you have going there?

Rainlendar

Font is Liberation Sans Mono in Menus and Conky - OB Menu is monofur.

rainlander ... I tried that a while back I think ... will have to look at it again. Thank you.


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#152 2015-03-29 23:08:55

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Re: March 2015 Screenshot Thread

Sector11 wrote:

Sans Mono in Menus and Conky - OB Menu is monofur.

rainlander ... I tried that a while back I think ... will have to look at it again. Thank you.

Thank you for the font info.  I love Rainlendar.  I've used it for years.

Another tip if you decide to use Rainlendar on more than one distro and desire the same calendar and to-do entries on all installs - copy the Default.ics file to the applicable install.  I think Default.ics is normally installed under /home/<user>/.config/.rainlendar along with the rainlendar.ini file.  I keep mine under an encrypted area because it contains personal info.  You have to tell Rainlendar via Options-Calendar-Default-iCalendar Format-Filename if you do the same.  The rainlendar.ini file contains option and positioning info.

20150330-01 edit:  Whoops...I forgot that I had already put together a how-to and posted it in the Tips, Tricks & Scripts forum.

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#153 2015-03-30 01:28:30

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Re: March 2015 Screenshot Thread

KrunchTime wrote:

Thank you for the font info.  I love Rainlendar.  I've used it for years.

ERROR  the fonts in the conky: Liberation mono  and the "menus" - still monofur in OpenBox menu.

TeoBigusGeekus got me on to Fantasque Sans Mono - not too bad for conkys either


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#154 2015-03-30 15:07:57

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Re: March 2015 Screenshot Thread

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#155 2015-03-31 09:45:14

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Re: March 2015 Screenshot Thread

low polygon count mountains make great desktop wallpapers.  Enjoying XFCE except for the keybind bug that prevents gmrun from working on alt+f2...

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#156 2015-03-31 17:13:32

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Re: March 2015 Screenshot Thread

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Enjoying XFCE except for the keybind bug that prevents gmrun from working on alt+f2...

I haven't heard of or experienced this. Alt+F2 is bound to xfce's own Run dialog (xfce4-appfinder --collapsed in jessie). Removing that shortcut in xfce4-keyboard-settings>Application Shortcuts and adding gmrun doesn't work?


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#157 2015-03-31 17:41:36

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Re: March 2015 Screenshot Thread

orionthehunter wrote:

keybind bug that prevents gmrun from working on alt+f2...

To remove default appfinder keybinding, edit /etc/xdg/xfce4/xfconf/xfce-perchannel-xml/xfce4-keyboard-shortcuts.xml and check ~/.config/xfce4/xfconf/xfce-perchannel-xml/xfce4-keyboard-shortcuts.xml.

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#158 2015-03-31 22:15:10

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Re: March 2015 Screenshot Thread

@orionthehunter:  Nothing personal, but I prefer pictures of real mountains myself.


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