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#76 2013-09-13 12:06:05

dgz
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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

theGunslinger wrote:
dgz wrote:

I like it, reminds me of a book I love. But if you let me make a suggestion: get rid of transparency (or just make it more opaque), some of the text is a pain to read and aesthetically it doesn't really add much. Your wallpaper is nice but you don't need to look at it all the time, especially not while you're working.

how does it remind you of a book? generally i'm only reading the focused window.

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#77 2013-09-13 13:39:38

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

fengshaun wrote:

@ayekat: Thanks!  icons and gtk theme are gtk-theme-numix and numix-icon-theme
For firefox, I had to write a stylesheet (load with stylish extension).
change the colors as you see appropriate.

Thank you!
I adjusted the colours a little on the GTK theme, looks nice.

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#78 2013-09-13 15:30:22

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

earsplit wrote:

This isn't really a screenshot, but I feel the need to evangalize BSPWM. It is an amazing window manager. I made a screencast showing off some of its features.

(animated gif)
http://www.reddit.com/r/unixporn/commen … ncast_and/

Looking at your configuration - how are you starting X? I see you have an .xinitrc, but in your dotfiles on github I don't see a single reference to xinit nor startx in your .zshrc or scripts sourced from there.

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#79 2013-09-13 15:41:05

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

Stalafin wrote:
earsplit wrote:

This isn't really a screenshot, but I feel the need to evangalize BSPWM. It is an amazing window manager. I made a screencast showing off some of its features.

(animated gif)
http://www.reddit.com/r/unixporn/commen … ncast_and/

Looking at your configuration - how are you starting X? I see you have an .xinitrc, but in your dotfiles on github I don't see a single reference to xinit nor startx in your .zshrc or scripts sourced from there.

I use slim, which is probaby unecessary, but I like to play with other WM and it makes me easy to choose which WM i want to boot into


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#80 2013-09-13 15:43:38

Stalafin
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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

earsplit wrote:
Stalafin wrote:
earsplit wrote:

This isn't really a screenshot, but I feel the need to evangalize BSPWM. It is an amazing window manager. I made a screencast showing off some of its features.

(animated gif)
http://www.reddit.com/r/unixporn/commen … ncast_and/

Looking at your configuration - how are you starting X? I see you have an .xinitrc, but in your dotfiles on github I don't see a single reference to xinit nor startx in your .zshrc or scripts sourced from there.

I use slim, which is probaby unecessary, but I like to play with other WM and it makes me easy to choose which WM i want to boot into

Alright; thanks for the answer. smile I was already quite infatuated with your xmonad gifs, and you have made me want to try bspwm + your configs. smile

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#81 2013-09-13 20:01:51

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

Here's my simplistic herbstluftwm configuration! smile
acpYuLt4.jpg adhNL6cr.jpg abjUXAyJ.jpg aceGsLuN.jpg


The best solution to a problem is usually the easiest one.

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#82 2013-09-13 20:47:39

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

qDurhail.jpg

Semi-real busy. Editing my fork of statnot and trying to get my userChrome.css right.


"Unix is basically a simple operating system, but you have to be a genius to understand the simplicity." (Dennis Ritchie)

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#83 2013-09-13 20:52:39

dgz
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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

synorgy wrote:

Semi-real busy. Editing my fork of statnot and trying to get my userChrome.css right.

+1 for burial.

what bar are you using? the blur effect is nice.

Last edited by dgz (2013-09-13 20:53:47)

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#84 2013-09-13 21:21:16

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

Like dgz, I am also curious what bar that is and also what notification daemon you're using! It certainly looks nice!


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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#85 2013-09-13 22:12:09

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

I, too, want that bar!  And the notification daemon (or whatever that notification is), for that matter!

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#86 2013-09-14 06:19:03

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

The bar I'm using is dzen2. The blur effect is completely static (used imagemagick in a script to take a strip from the wallpaper, apply blur, darken and desaturation, and set it as a background image to dzen2).
The "notification daemon" is a simple python script that prints notifications to stdout, and its output is then interpreted by the script that writes to dzen2. I stole most of the code for the notification script from statnot.

I uploaded all the code to github, the scripts of interest are visual.sh, panel.sh, statnot.py and bake.sh.
You can see the entire git repo here.
I'm sorry for the code being kinda messy, I'm working on cleaning it up, meanwhile if you have any questions I'll be glad to explain smile


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#87 2013-09-14 22:19:14

ill
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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

Not much new, dual monitors now though!

2013_09_14_151845_3840x1080_scrot.jpg

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#88 2013-09-14 23:02:20

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

Just started using bspwm (fake busy):
2013_09_14_185349_1366x768_scrot_thumb.png

Last edited by bslackr (2013-09-14 23:02:37)

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#89 2013-09-14 23:46:45

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

dgz wrote:
theGunslinger wrote:
dgz wrote:

I like it, reminds me of a book I love. But if you let me make a suggestion: get rid of transparency (or just make it more opaque), some of the text is a pain to read and aesthetically it doesn't really add much. Your wallpaper is nice but you don't need to look at it all the time, especially not while you're working.

how does it remind you of a book? generally i'm only reading the focused window.

I always picture the scenery in that color while I'm reading it. It's 100 years of solitude, my recommendation by the way.

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#90 2013-09-15 00:11:08

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

bslackr wrote:

This is neat.  I like how you use that tiling icon.  Can you share the configurations of what you've got going there?

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#91 2013-09-15 01:21:46

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

WonderWoofy wrote:
bslackr wrote:

This is neat.  I like how you use that tiling icon.  Can you share the configurations of what you've got going there?

For the icons, there may be a better way but this is what I did:

layout=$(printf "%s" "${name}" | sed -e 's/\(.\).*/\U\1/' -e 's/T/[]/' -e 's/M/[]/')

where the [] are the font symbols. I'm using stlarch_font for that. To get them, echo the symbol name in the terminal like so:

echo -e "\ue002" | xclip -i

and replace the [] with them.

For the status stuff, I hacked away at i3status to get it to work with bar and bspwm. This is my i3status config.

I think that is everything.

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#92 2013-09-15 11:42:18

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

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#93 2013-09-15 15:57:09

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

bslackr wrote:

I think that is everything.

Neat, thanks for this info.  I have installed stlarch_font, and am now using gucharmap to peruse the vast selection of icons.  Though looking through these is pretty labor intensive (I guess I don't have to do it once though).  I'm curious how you, and others find their way though these icon containing fonts.  Is there a better way?

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#94 2013-09-15 16:52:44

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

WonderWoofy wrote:

Neat, thanks for this info.  I have installed stlarch_font, and am now using gucharmap to peruse the vast selection of icons.  Though looking through these is pretty labor intensive (I guess I don't have to do it once though).  I'm curious how you, and others find their way though these icon containing fonts.  Is there a better way?

I haven't found an ideal way to do it, but gbdfed isn't bad. If you read the help file that is included with stlarch_font, it will tell you how to convert the font into one that is readable by gbdfed. You can then open it and all the font symbols with show up with their number above them. If you need more help, let me know; I am not on my arch install right now so I can't give you exact directions until I am.

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#95 2013-09-16 19:22:24

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

My September screenshot.

jaHioll.png

lXkUobd.png


Sorry for my poor english.

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#96 2013-09-18 15:27:46

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

http://imgur.com/Q6hU64N


Using xfce4 with xfwm4-git and avant-window-navigator in panel mode


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My setup http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8il5sR9fxBM

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#97 2013-09-18 23:11:51

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread


- dots -

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#98 2013-09-19 07:34:11

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

Cinnamon

9814315474_69058ec7a4_m.jpg    9814315785_2ef946ac5a_m.jpg

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#99 2013-09-19 09:22:13

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

@easysid

what do you have on top ?


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#100 2013-09-19 11:55:24

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Re: September 2013 Screenshots thread

^ conky

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