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#76 2011-10-04 12:49:49

ewloni
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Registered: 2010-11-19
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

WMFS, clean and fake busy:

1317732165.jpg     1317731797.png

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#77 2011-10-04 19:12:04

OpenBSD
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Registered: 2009-02-04
Posts: 43

Re: October 2011 Screenshots

2011_10_04_150449_1680x1050_scrot.jpg

OpenBSD
Scrotwm
Urxvt
ncmpcpp
vim wombat theme
xstatbar

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#78 2011-10-04 19:52:18

inch
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Registered: 2010-12-21
Posts: 49

Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Beautiful wallpaper, do you mind to share? Would appreciate it.

Last edited by inch (2011-10-04 19:52:54)

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#79 2011-10-04 20:00:32

ewloni
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Registered: 2010-11-19
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

I found it here, thanks to webupd8.

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#80 2011-10-04 20:28:02

ninjaaron
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Registered: 2010-12-10
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

A journalist wanted to take some pictures of my tattoos for a story he's working on.  They turned out nice.

0DAeZ4fjbtlXFMEQnuojxO

Scrotwm.  I'm also playing with herbstluftwm at the moment.  It's a beast. No less German in design than in name.  Not a wm for the faint of heart (and, as it turns out, my heart might be a tad to faint for it).

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#81 2011-10-04 20:33:23

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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

ninjaaron wrote:

A journalist wanted to take some pictures of my tattoos for a story he's working on.  They turned out nice.

http://ubuntuone.com/0DAeZ4fjbtlXFMEQnuojxO

Scrotwm.  I'm also playing with herbstluftwm at the moment.  It's a beast. No less German in design than in name.  Not a wm for the faint of heart (and, as it turns out, my heart might be a tad to faint for it).

Care to share .Xdefaults?


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#82 2011-10-04 21:20:21

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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

ninjaaron wrote:

A journalist wanted to take some pictures of my tattoos for a story he's working on.  They turned out nice.

http://ubuntuone.com/0DAeZ4fjbtlXFMEQnuojxO

Scrotwm.  I'm also playing with herbstluftwm at the moment.  It's a beast. No less German in design than in name.  Not a wm for the faint of heart (and, as it turns out, my heart might be a tad to faint for it).

Font? smile


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#83 2011-10-04 21:29:07

ninjaaron
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Unia wrote:

Care to share .Xdefaults?

Here's my .Xresources:
http://pastebin.com/L6ZtAY23

I have different bindings for launching transparent and opaque terminals, so this particular terminal was launched with this command:

 urxvtc -tr -sh 40 -fg rgb:bb/bb/bb

Here's a more exact picture from several days ago of what you're getting:
5O9ygw9FSsXPltgDfub671

By the way, if you're curious abou the font, it's my design

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Ypnose wrote:

Font? smile

I'm flattered you should ask.  Link to the UI font is above.

If your talking about the tattoo fonts (which I suppose you are not), I designed those too, but they aren't complete charsets, as I only did the letters which I would be getting inked.  I'm actually am considering doing ttf fonts based on the vector traces I did for the tats (which are based on an ancient inscription and an ancient codex), but they will be for Hebrew and Greek.  I should track down some nice latin inscriptions and fill out the set so it's useful for writing English as well.

But that isn't what you're talking about anyway.

Last edited by ninjaaron (2011-10-04 22:00:02)

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#84 2011-10-04 21:38:38

Ypnose
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

ninjaaron wrote:
Unia wrote:

Care to share .Xdefaults?

Here's my .Xresources:
http://pastebin.com/L6ZtAY23

I have different bindings for launching transparent and opaque terminals, so this particular terminal was launched with this command:

 urxvtc -tr -sh 40 -fg rgb:bb/bb/bb

Here's a more exact picture from several days ago of what you're getting:
http://ubuntuone.com/5O9ygw9FSsXPltgDfub671

By the way, if you're curious abou the font, it's my design

Tried your package on AUR, but it fails with md5sums. Tried to download sources myself and did makepg --skipinteg, fails to create package.


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#85 2011-10-04 21:46:56

ninjaaron
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Ypnose wrote:

Tried your package on AUR, but it fails with md5sums. Tried to download sources myself and did makepg --skipinteg, fails to create package.

I didn't do the package, so you may want to contact the maintainer about that.  I just drop the .bdf files in .fonts and update the cache, and it's good to go.

The breakage might have to do with the tarballs that I stupidly put inside of the repo.  I'm trying to remove them right now, but I'm a total newb at git, so I'm not sure how to take them down.

[edit]
Ok, google told me how.  Not sure if this will fix the packaging issue or not.  I'm better with the arty farty stuff that actual software issues, so I really don't know what I'm doing with git or packages or code or whatever.  I really have no business running Arch in the first place.

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#86 2011-10-05 12:11:18

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Registered: 2011-02-08
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

With Archey

http://i.imgur.com/chwwD.jpg

Without Archey

http://i.imgur.com/Lgnyi.jpg

Currently have both XFCE and OpenBox installed but using XFCE for now.

Nothing special though.

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#87 2011-10-05 14:14:22

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Registered: 2011-08-22
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Herbstluftwm <3

tYW8zbg

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#88 2011-10-05 15:18:12

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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Greetings,

Here's my KDE screenshots. This is basically the system I've grown comfortable with, and haven't changed it in quite a while, though from time to time I get an urge to try out other things...

Bein' Lazy
tYW81NQ

This is the plain view of my desktop. All you notice is the top bar with lancelot, app-menu, kwin buttons, cpu monitor, memory monitor, network monitor, and digital clock.
Can't remember where I got the wall paper. Just search for steampunk wallpaper, you'll find it.
Icons is KFaenza.
Theme is Product.
Color Scheme is Product-light

Pretending to be busy
tYW81Yw

Showing off chromium - viewing this thread, and kopete.

The Panels Made Visible
tYW81aA

One of the things I liked about gnome3 shell, is that I was less distracted by the notification pop-ups that would aggravatingly appear over my window controls. You see, I like a top panel approach, but the notifications coming down from the top just got in my way. So, taking a cue from Gnome3, I made a bottom bar of small size, auto-hiding, and put in the pager, a spacer, and the system tray with all of it's aggravating notifications. Works great for me.

The left screen, auto-hiding bar is of course holding the application launcher/task bar hyrid (Icon Only Taskmanager), and the activities button and trash can... though sadly I haven't made a large use of activities yet.

Desktop Grid
tYW81bw

Gnome 3 taught me to love virtual desktops. KDE4's desktop grid gave me that Gnome3's ease of use in a more customizable, and IMO eloquent manner. Not only can I have a default amount of desktops, I can easily add and remove them from the - and + buttons, and of course move applications and windows around in the grid view, which I have set to a hot-corner, the bottom right. Top Left made no sense to me as that is where my menus are, so going to access my menu and instead zooming out was aggravating. At the bottom right though, it's all good... at least for me.

HTOP got some cpu spike going on, with me running clemintime, song change, and everything else. Typically I am using less than 20% total CPU, and minimal memory usage for most tasks. Almost wasteful really... lol.


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#89 2011-10-05 19:29:49

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Registered: 2010-04-26
Posts: 455

Re: October 2011 Screenshots

dwm <3
Only some small changes since last month:
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#90 2011-10-05 20:25:45

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Registered: 2011-05-02
Posts: 67

Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Varg wrote:

DE/WM hopping again.
Back to XFCE4 + compiz

Brother...

vjKVo.png

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#91 2011-10-05 20:48:42

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Posts: 28

Re: October 2011 Screenshots

tYW9kaA     tYW9kaQ

Clean and dirty. Though I usually run my browser on a separate workspace given my limited monitor real estate.

Running i3wm with i3status and i3bar.

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#92 2011-10-05 22:49:30

Tzbob
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From: Belgium
Registered: 2011-04-12
Posts: 61

Re: October 2011 Screenshots

tYW9mNg

After a month of WM hopping I ended up with xmonad again. Spiral layout now though and I must say, I love it.

Last edited by Tzbob (2011-10-05 22:49:40)

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#93 2011-10-05 23:26:40

Zetsumei
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Registered: 2007-09-13
Posts: 156

Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Just did a fresh install on my netbook.  Took quite a big break so gotta relearn everything I did know, which wasn't much.  Anyways, here's my desktop.

F00L3.png

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#94 2011-10-06 03:01:01

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Posts: 18

Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Y3Iqhs.jpg
AoVIks.jpg

Gnome 3, gnome-shell theme is zukitwo, metacity theme is cleanbox, icons are faenza.

Last edited by mgzpac (2011-10-06 03:01:33)

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#95 2011-10-06 03:49:42

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Registered: 2011-04-12
Posts: 630

Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Gnome 3.2 / fallback + compiz ... stripped down, no pulseaudio, network manager, gnome-shell or any of that stuff.

minimalist gnome environment (lol. that's an oxymoron) 

The theme is Blapple GTK3 theme (3.2 theme). I just fixed and did a mass revision of my theme, and then applied the gtk2-dragmenu patches to gtk 2.24.6 ~ so that in gtk2 i can grab menus to move windows like in Gtk3 (which i require for a theme that has the window decoration and menu seamlessly blended into one.

tYW9odA

Nice. black. shinny smile Gnome-System-Monitor was a quick hack, changed the hard-coded colors and styling of the graph, phattened up the graph lines too. it matches much better than the original..

...and my plain desktop, with a zillion Arch logo's looming;

tYW9oeA

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#96 2011-10-06 06:43:38

Dobbie03
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Registered: 2011-07-24
Posts: 118

Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Using Archbang + GnomeShell

http://i.imgur.com/SKcXQ.jpg

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#97 2011-10-06 07:14:52

ill
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From: US
Registered: 2011-06-22
Posts: 115

Re: October 2011 Screenshots

tYW9qbw.png

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#98 2011-10-06 07:18:28

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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Lovely.


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#99 2011-10-06 19:44:45

jbritton
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Registered: 2011-03-15
Posts: 41

Re: October 2011 Screenshots

clean
5vFuWs.jpg

dirty
hWy4fs.jpg

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#100 2011-10-06 20:35:46

heleos
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From: Maine, USA
Registered: 2007-04-24
Posts: 678

Re: October 2011 Screenshots

beeeeeeautiful

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