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#76 2015-08-24 17:43:05

PackRat
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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

the usual suspects -

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#77 2015-08-25 16:35:51

Nili
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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

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little changes on .Xdefaults colors recently.


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#78 2015-08-25 22:15:13

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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

Upgraded my FreeBSD system to version 10.2 (the memory usage in `screenfetch` is wrong for some reason, it's actually ~100MiB):

screen_Fetch_2015_08_25_23_10_31.jpg

The more I use this OS, the more I like it -- highly recommended!
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#79 2015-08-26 10:13:39

Unia
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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

^ So clean!


If you can't sit by a cozy fire with your code in hand enjoying its simplicity and clarity, it needs more work. --Carlos Torres

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#80 2015-08-27 14:43:50

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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

I changed from Tint2 to xfce4-panel because of some weird freeze going on in the interplay between tint2 and ibus. I like this better for the most part anyway... except in order to use my root menu from openbox I had to leave the edges of the panel at less than 100% width to get the right clickety.

20303834614_fa6d975429_t.jpg2015-08-27--1440686388_1440x900_scrot by Mark Johnson, on Flickr

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#81 2015-08-27 20:15:38

ostrołęk
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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

This is my desktop for now.
on_Arch.jpg
Got a little bored with Debian and Ubuntu Openbox installations, so installed Arch and Openbox and created Crunchbang on it with some #! pipe menus to fit systemd. It took some time, but it was worth the trouble. Arch has a different way of thinking than Debian, much simpler to fathom and digest. The /bin, /lib, /sbin are only links.

The kernel is 4.1.6-1-ARCH, and its pretty bleeding edge.

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#82 2015-08-28 11:44:29

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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

#! Wheezy

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#83 2015-08-28 15:38:26

Nili
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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

messing with some spectrwm feature,
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#84 2015-08-28 16:49:58

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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

yosemite.jpg
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#85 2015-08-28 16:57:35

pingu
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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

Nili wrote:

cool!  can it dived the screen into 4 equal tiles(i think i3 can't), or are you splitting a terminator in two?

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#86 2015-08-28 17:05:24

Nili
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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

pingu wrote:

cool!  can it dived the screen into 4 equal tiles(i think i3 can't), or are you splitting a terminator in two?

I open 4 different terminal as it appears in the photo. It's urxvt btw...
Yes, that's what i meant with messing with some feature , i mean making 4 window tiled. smile

this do it

layout	     = ws[1]:0:1:0:0:horizontal

I noticed on every restart "Meta+q" lose to the default but once spectrwm killed "Meta+Shift+q" returned back to 4 tile.
here's part of the code i use.

Occasionally read PackRat posting about it.

Last edited by Nili (2015-08-28 17:15:07)


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#87 2015-08-28 17:12:31

ostrołęk
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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

fog wrote:

Bluer than blue.

Stunning!

Where can we find your themes?

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#88 2015-08-28 17:21:55

pingu
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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

thanks Nili, that's awesome! I thought I was the only one that struggled with that. big_smile


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#89 2015-08-28 17:21:57

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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

@ostrolk - start with the links to her photos, blog, dArt page that are in her signature - a lot of her photos are awesome.

@pingu - you can have a look at i3 layout saving if you want to create a grid etc .. with i3 (need i3 version 4.8 or greater, I believe). I've never attempted it.

Last edited by PackRat (2015-08-28 17:31:50)


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#90 2015-08-28 17:34:26

pingu
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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

thanks packrat.. I just found out (reading that f* manual) that I could use mod+v and mod+h to split vertically/horizontally in the 4 equal tiles I wanted.  wink

emn9OlCm.png

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#91 2015-08-28 19:22:40

Nili
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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

^I am begin to like that divided format tongue


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#92 2015-08-28 19:52:52

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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

@pingu - the path of least resistance - glad you figured it out. I thought you might be trying to do something a bit different.


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#93 2015-08-28 20:30:23

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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

PackRat wrote:

@ostrolk - start with the links to her photos, blog, dArt page that are in her signature - a lot of her photos are awesome.

I went through her pages, before asking her for the themes. They are really stunning!
Much nicer than the dreary grayish stuff we are promoting. I am going to experiment with themes.

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#94 2015-08-28 20:47:15

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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

Viperr 7. I like it
2015_08_28_223313_1440x900_scrot.jpg 2015_08_28_223255_1440x900_scrot.jpg


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#95 2015-08-28 20:53:54

hhh
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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

ostrolk wrote:

Much nicer than the dreary grayish stuff we are promoting.

Hold your horses there, bucko. First, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Second, BunsenLabs will be released with a grey theme because that's what #! was released with, that's what a lot of #!ers like and that's what a lot of #!ers expect. Third, you're free to install whatever theme you like. Fourth, we'll be releasing a bl-themes-extra pack that has, you guessed it, colors.

http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=40037
http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=38650
http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic. … 26#p428726 (release held up because I took over the ISO development when pvsage went MIA)
http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic. … 77#p427677

And yes, fog's desktops are always drop-dead gorgeous.


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#96 2015-08-28 20:57:43

damo
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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

ostrolk wrote:

...
Much nicer than the dreary grayish stuff we are promoting. I am going to experiment with themes.

There was a concensus to continue the monochrome Crunchbang style, at least for the first BunsenLabs. FWIW I'm not enamoured with it personally, and the first thing I do after an install is to brighten it up!

There are a few alternative backgrounds in the BL images packages, and hopefully BL on deviantArt will act as a repository of user themes and artwork (see my sig). So get themeing smile

WJp7EFN2.jpg


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#97 2015-08-28 21:01:50

hhh
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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

Yeah, everyone's a critic, and whenever change happens there are some who like it and some who hate it. Remember when we started all this and I came out with the first dark theme/dark wallpaper combo? Several people instantly posted that it wasn't dark enough, and there was that one tool who posted "The bright text color hurts my eyes!" And that bright color was... light-grey.  lol


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#98 2015-08-28 22:03:25

ostrołęk
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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

hhh wrote:

Yeah, everyone's a critic, and whenever change happens there are some who like it and some who hate it. Remember when we started all this and I came out with the first dark theme/dark wallpaper combo? Several people instantly posted that it wasn't dark enough, and there was that one tool who posted "The bright text color hurts my eyes!" And that bright color was... light-grey.  lol

I am not criticizing, if you were pointing at me.
Fog's artwork is really stunning, that's all.

I don't really like grey, but I kept it also on my Arch install. (see #81)  Now that I had seen Fog's work, I am going to try to create something like hers. I like the contrast, the clean look of her work.

This is my private install, so I can put any colours I like. BunsenLabs is a different matter, and the colours/themes there is up to you. smile

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#99 2015-08-28 22:07:51

pingu
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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

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this new setup made it more entertaining to watch the "old faithful" (it's big, old and craps out regularly) to work.  8)

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#100 2015-08-28 22:26:25

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Re: August 2015 Screenshot Thread

Wow that conky looks really awesome. *puts it on the list to put into bunsen-conky-extra*


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