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#126 2013-05-16 02:48:35

Nylo
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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

i3. Simple clean setup. I used dwm before, but I think i3 is way more simple to configure and has a few features I find nice.

Oue5tFE.png
Clean

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Fake busy

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#127 2013-05-16 04:23:02

007
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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

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#128 2013-05-16 07:04:43

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

alphaniner wrote:

@easysid

That's the first screenshot I've ever seen that made me consider switching. Incredible!

Thanks smile smile

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#129 2013-05-16 12:09:13

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

My first steps with a tiling window manager. smile

hawk-2013-05-16-thumb.png

Awesome WM on Compton, Termite with Mutt, Weechat and Newsbeuter. Most of my settings are here. Fonts are from ttf-ubuntu. Wallpaper can be found here.

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#130 2013-05-16 14:47:58

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

font name pls ? smile


"First learn computer science and all the theory. Next develop a programming style. Then forget all that and just hack." ~ George Carrette

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#131 2013-05-16 20:25:35

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

jcornwall wrote:

My first steps with a tiling window manager. smile

https://jcornwall.me/img/scr/hawk-2013-05-16-thumb.png

Awesome WM on Compton, Termite with Mutt, Weechat and Newsbeuter. Most of my settings are here. Fonts are from ttf-ubuntu. Wallpaper can be found here.

Very nice setup. How do you manage to have gaps between the clients please ?

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#132 2013-05-17 03:33:39

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

chignole wrote:
jcornwall wrote:

My first steps with a tiling window manager. smile

https://jcornwall.me/img/scr/hawk-2013-05-16-thumb.png

Awesome WM on Compton, Termite with Mutt, Weechat and Newsbeuter. Most of my settings are here. Fonts are from ttf-ubuntu. Wallpaper can be found here.

Very nice setup. How do you manage to have gaps between the clients please ?

I'm using a patched layout I found on this forum: tilegap.lua. You can change the spacing by editing the line 'local useless_space = 25'.

To use it, search for 'tilegap' in my rc.lua.

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#133 2013-05-17 06:29:37

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

My current lappy setup:
Dirty and clean.

wm is spectrwm, terminal is Terminology, chrome is heavy but I can't live without it. irc using ii and a bash script with tail/colout and a while read loop for input.

Last edited by mrsim0ns (2013-05-17 06:30:33)

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#134 2013-05-17 12:36:36

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

I started from my swm (dwm-fork) a new window manager called Calavera-wm ☠ minimalist stacking window manager, using prefix key style, à la ratpoison and stumpwm, without bar/panel and other fancy stuff.
(Just do it simple, fun and X).

2013-05-17-1115521024x768scrot.th.png

Last edited by ivoarch (2013-05-17 13:06:09)


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#135 2013-05-17 21:32:28

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

vik_k wrote:

font name pls ? smile

I guess this is my font Envypn. smile


Github -- My terminal font Envypn

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#136 2013-05-17 21:46:49

vik_k
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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

Ypnose wrote:
vik_k wrote:

font name pls ? smile

I guess this is my font Envypn. smile

Yes, it is smile using it !! font looks awesome !!


"First learn computer science and all the theory. Next develop a programming style. Then forget all that and just hack." ~ George Carrette

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#137 2013-05-17 21:56:48

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

Thank you. It makes me happy if you like it.


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#138 2013-05-18 08:50:35

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

Running dwm with a combination of the "noborder" patch and useless gaps:

- When there's only one tiled window, then there's no border. This allows me to throw my mouse at the upper screen border, click, and I'll *always* hit the menu bar (or tab bar in a browser). I don't have to aim for the menu bar. For it to work nicely with Gtk2 applications, you need settings like these. Firefox needs this.
- When there's more than one tiled window, though, it's very easy to distinguish different windows. Plus, gaps just look nicer. smile
- Gtk scrollbars are larger, so they are easier to reach. I don't like doing precise mouse movements...

2013-05-18--dwm-tiled-with-gaps.png

- dwm
- dotfiles (dwm-config.h is in here)
- wallpaper

Last edited by Vain (2013-05-18 08:52:05)

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#139 2013-05-18 08:55:04

chignole
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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

jcornwall wrote:

I'm using a patched layout I found on this forum: tilegap.lua. You can change the spacing by editing the line 'local useless_space = 25'.

To use it, search for 'tilegap' in my rc.lua.

Ok i'm going to try that, thanks

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#140 2013-05-18 11:15:06

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

another dwm layout very good for the eyes useing this for ages
KaW8XzCs.png

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#141 2013-05-18 12:03:11

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

Dualhead i3 setup (laptop + monitor above)

http://imgur.com/eCFjvGC


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#142 2013-05-18 12:07:35

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

SonicSupremacy wrote:

Dualhead i3 setup (laptop + monitor above)

http://imgur.com/eCFjvGC

Nice!  How did you shorten the status bar?  Any patches?

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#143 2013-05-18 12:30:19

SonicSupremacy
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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

dimigon wrote:
SonicSupremacy wrote:

Dualhead i3 setup (laptop + monitor above)

http://imgur.com/eCFjvGC

Nice!  How did you shorten the status bar?  Any patches?

i didn't, that workspace is on the smaller monitor (laptop) so no patches are involved smile


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#144 2013-05-18 13:17:34

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

thatsallyourspaceships wrote:

another dwm layout very good for the eyes useing this for ages
http://i.imgur.com/KaW8XzCs.png

My eyes are burning.... Dude, that yellow is bright!

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#145 2013-05-18 15:32:55

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

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#146 2013-05-18 20:57:13

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

2013-05-18-thumb.png

Trying out Alopex on my netbook. Might make a custom theme eventually, but I'm pretty happy with the WinterCoat default theme right now.

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#147 2013-05-18 22:27:27

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Registered: 2013-05-15
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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

colorscheme nr.238
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#148 2013-05-19 00:57:52

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

I thought I'd make a new one since I changed a lot:

Clean:
Ve6PqnD.png
Busy (Not really and not funny):
ZOVctwC.png

Kde with ember theme, wonton soup color scheme and hycons icon theme
Wallpaper is from here.


If it ain't broke, you haven't tweaked it enough.

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#149 2013-05-19 05:38:35

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

clean
thumb-20130518-22%3A14%3A52_Screenshot.png
dirty
thumb-20130518-22%3A05%3A18_Screenshot.png

i3, dwb, urxvt, tmux, vim, mplayer2, irssi and inxi.

Last edited by MreDD (2013-05-19 05:51:13)


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#150 2013-05-19 05:49:49

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

Now that Google are killing Reader, I have moved all my RSS subscriptions to CommaFeed running on RedHat's OpenShift:

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It's a cool project: https://github.com/Athou/commafeed


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