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#101 2012-06-06 19:58:18

pan
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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

ANOKNUSA wrote:

Giving monsterwm a spin.  I have to say, I'm impressed with this tiny, little guy.

Clean: http://ompldr.org/tZTN1NQ Busy: http://ompldr.org/tZTN1MA

Wow, and I am impressed with your configuration. That looks just amazing!

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#102 2012-06-06 21:18:39

melw
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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

Still subtle.
Less shit, more focus.

http://ompldr.org/vZTR5cw

Next stop is to get conky working so that i don't need a bar only for the information about battery and time. Someone got any ideas?
Tried some stuff out, but havn't got it to work properly yet. Subtle still handles it as a client and i'm running out of ideas.


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#103 2012-06-07 01:55:29

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

bohoomil wrote:
wgetfree wrote:

When I use that PS1, these symbols "┌─" and "└──╼" appear as question marks in my terminal (urxvt). Why?

Check if a) you have locale set properly (UTF-8), b) your font provides the characters you need to display the prompt (actually the majority of ttf fonts will/should have them).

I have done both of these and the question marks still appear. Any other ideas?

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#104 2012-06-07 02:36:02

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

wgetfree wrote:
bohoomil wrote:
wgetfree wrote:

When I use that PS1, these symbols "┌─" and "└──╼" appear as question marks in my terminal (urxvt). Why?

Check if a) you have locale set properly (UTF-8), b) your font provides the characters you need to display the prompt (actually the majority of ttf fonts will/should have them).

I have done both of these and the question marks still appear. Any other ideas?


post output of:

cat /etc/rc.conf | grep locale

Also, this might help....


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#105 2012-06-07 02:49:11

wgetfree
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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

n1x4 wrote:
wgetfree wrote:
bohoomil wrote:

Check if a) you have locale set properly (UTF-8), b) your font provides the characters you need to display the prompt (actually the majority of ttf fonts will/should have them).

I have done both of these and the question marks still appear. Any other ideas?


post output of:

cat /etc/rc.conf | grep locale

Also, this might help....

When I input that command, nothing shows up, it just returns me to a new prompt. I've been looking at the Wiki for a while now. Tried a few different things: uncommenting locale in locale-gen, setting locale in .bashrc, changing the font command in .Xresources but so far nothing. I'm pretty stumped.

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#106 2012-06-07 02:55:24

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

wgetfree wrote:
n1x4 wrote:
wgetfree wrote:

I have done both of these and the question marks still appear. Any other ideas?


post output of:

cat /etc/rc.conf | grep locale

Also, this might help....

When I input that command, nothing shows up, it just returns me to a new prompt. I've been looking at the Wiki for a while now. Tried a few different things: uncommenting locale in locale-gen, setting locale in .bashrc, changing the font command in .Xresources but so far nothing. I'm pretty stumped.

In /etc/rc.conf

LOCALE="en_US.UTF-8"

Also, re-read the wiki..... The answer's RIGHT there at the beginning....

Last edited by n1x4 (2012-06-07 02:57:22)


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#107 2012-06-07 03:00:51

wgetfree
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Posts: 18

Re: June 2012 Screenshots

n1x4 wrote:
wgetfree wrote:
n1x4 wrote:

post output of:

cat /etc/rc.conf | grep locale

Also, this might help....

When I input that command, nothing shows up, it just returns me to a new prompt. I've been looking at the Wiki for a while now. Tried a few different things: uncommenting locale in locale-gen, setting locale in .bashrc, changing the font command in .Xresources but so far nothing. I'm pretty stumped.

In /etc/rc.conf

LOCALE="en_US.UTF-8"

Also, re-read the wiki..... The answer's RIGHT there at the beginning....

My rc.conf:

#
# /etc/rc.conf - Main Configuration for Arch Linux
#
# See 'man 5 rc.conf' for more details
#

# LOCALIZATION
# ------------
HARDWARECLOCK="UTC"
TIMEZONE="Pacific/Auckland"
KEYMAP="us"
CONSOLEFONT=
CONSOLEMAP=
LOCALE="en_US.UTF-8"
DAEMON_LOCALE="yes"
USECOLOR="yes"

Locale has been set in my rc.conf since I installed.

Last edited by wgetfree (2012-06-07 03:02:42)

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#108 2012-06-07 03:06:49

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

This is a screenshot thread, not a support thread: you have a support thread open, please use that for your issue...


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#109 2012-06-07 10:44:50

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

On my way home I found a hex-color patch. smile
http://ompldr.org/vZTVkbQ/2012-06-07-12 … _scrot.png

solarized big_smile

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#110 2012-06-07 11:02:08

Stalafin
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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

simon.swe wrote:

On my way home I found a hex-color patch. smile
http://ompldr.org/vZTVkbQ/2012-06-07-12 … _scrot.png

solarized big_smile

What's a hex color patch?

Man, as much as I like the idea of solarized - its so bloody low contrast. How can you see anything on that screen during the day?

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#111 2012-06-07 11:59:11

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

and here we have my second computer, https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1745421/scrotz/solar2.png
smile

here is the patch, http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/stump … 00001.html

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#112 2012-06-07 12:01:57

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

Stalafin wrote:
simon.swe wrote:

On my way home I found a hex-color patch. smile
http://ompldr.org/vZTVkbQ/2012-06-07-12 … _scrot.png

solarized big_smile

What's a hex color patch?

Man, as much as I like the idea of solarized - its so bloody low contrast. How can you see anything on that screen during the day?

I can see everything,
everything very good.

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#113 2012-06-07 17:32:58

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

@Daisuke_Aramaki: Nice to see you there mate.


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#114 2012-06-07 22:27:34

ANOKNUSA
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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

pan wrote:
ANOKNUSA wrote:

Giving monsterwm a spin.  I have to say, I'm impressed with this tiny, little guy.

Clean: http://ompldr.org/tZTN1NQ Busy: http://ompldr.org/tZTN1MA

Wow, and I am impressed with your configuration. That looks just amazing!

Thanks.  I'm happy with it too, and have to forward all praise and credit to moetunes, cookiemon5ter, stlarch and (once I get monsterwm multi-monitor up and running) Cloudef for their work. smile

Quick update: tZTV4dg

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#115 2012-06-08 15:20:58

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

@Ypnose

Thanks mate.

Anyway, more of the same.

tZTZpNA


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#116 2012-06-08 16:13:07

kuraku
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Registered: 2012-01-03
Posts: 199

Re: June 2012 Screenshots

ANOKNUSA wrote:

Thanks.  I'm happy with it too, and have to forward all praise and credit to moetunes, cookiemon5ter, stlarch and (once I get monsterwm multi-monitor up and running) Cloudef for their work. smile

Quick update: http://ompldr.org/tZTV4dg

Great. I dare you to share your config for bar smile

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#117 2012-06-08 21:31:55

b9anders
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Posts: 681

Re: June 2012 Screenshots

After being a happy xfce user for many years, I decided to give gnome 3 yet another go. This time around, I actually like it. Sure the customization options aren't readily available, but they are there now and with the right number of extensions, I can actually tweak it into something that suits me and my workflow. And I really do like the shell though it would be nice it if were more keyboard friendly (been able to work around that by setting keybindings in dconf though).

Clean
tZTZyOA

Busy
tZTZxeg

Shell
tZTZyMQ

Only things I am really missing is a proper empathy shell extention that allows me to access the contact list from the bar in a dropdown menu or something similar and maybe an extention to orient the shell and workspaces horizontally instead of vertically. Marlin is a great file manager. Incredibly fast.

GTK Theme: MediterraneanNight
Icon Theme: AwOken
Shell Theme: Elegance
Font: HandelGotDLig

Last edited by b9anders (2012-06-08 21:41:52)

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#118 2012-06-08 22:51:32

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

OK100 wrote:
Daisuke_Aramaki wrote:

First post Schizophrenia shot. Default ScrotWM.

Clean

http://ompldr.org/tZTR2cQ

Busyish

http://ompldr.org/tZTR2cg

That's really nice! What pdf viewer is that?

I belive it's mupdf. It might also be llpp which is based on mupdf but it doesn't seem to work with standalone WMs (at least for me) which I regret deeply.

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#119 2012-06-09 08:48:55

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

wmaker

clean
tZTc1ag

busy
tZTc1bA

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#120 2012-06-09 09:34:12

Earnestly
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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

silenc3r wrote:

I belive it's mupdf. It might also be llpp which is based on mupdf but it doesn't seem to work with standalone WMs (at least for me) which I regret deeply.

llpp-git works perfectly fine on it's own, a very awesome pdf (xps/cbx) reader. (Uses OpenGL and mupdf, giving it speed others can only dream of.)

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#121 2012-06-09 10:29:46

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

Kaustic wrote:

llpp-git works perfectly fine on it's own, a very awesome pdf (xps/cbx) reader. (Uses OpenGL and mupdf, giving it speed others can only dream of.)

Thanks for the tip, it's awesome!


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#122 2012-06-09 11:12:23

gnomeye
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From: Switzerland
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Posts: 178

Re: June 2012 Screenshots

Daisuke_Aramaki wrote:

@Ypnose

Thanks mate.

Anyway, more of the same.

http://ompldr.org/tZTZpNA

Dat wallpaper! @Geekgasm.

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#123 2012-06-09 11:17:31

OK100
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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

Unia wrote:
Kaustic wrote:

llpp-git works perfectly fine on it's own, a very awesome pdf (xps/cbx) reader. (Uses OpenGL and mupdf, giving it speed others can only dream of.)

Thanks for the tip, it's awesome!

I agree. It's the fastest pdf viewer I've ever seen. Replaced zathura here.

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#124 2012-06-09 11:22:45

Dustbin
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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

Small update:

hrlp42.png


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#125 2012-06-09 14:06:16

ivoarch
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Posts: 436

Re: June 2012 Screenshots

tZTdieg


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