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#101 2014-01-12 14:33:05

ilpianista
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From: Lecce, Italy
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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

Already tired of Solarized Light, playing with base16 palette:

Clean:
8u3a7Ehs.jpg
Fake busy:
W8PC0pbs.png

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#102 2014-01-12 15:00:43

freddie
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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

My new xfce setup.

Clean:
Screenshot_01122014_03_44_29_PM.jpg




Busy:
Screenshot_01122014_03_42_19_PM.jpg

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#103 2014-01-12 15:59:00

Riley88
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Registered: 2013-01-24
Posts: 60

Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

Recently did a clean install I had way to much kde denencies on my system and decided to go with cinnamon

http://imgur.com/a/MtYwd


HARDWARE ASUS K55A-RBR6 LAPTOP
Arch Linux 64bit Awesome WM
My setup http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8il5sR9fxBM

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#104 2014-01-12 17:58:01

milomouse
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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

Enjoying 'herbstluftwm'!

  1. Empty startup (dated later than other screenshots), about to add some more music to playlist; dzen2, tint2, interrobang, mifo.
    s_1389548710_1052559_ed71976a43.png

  2. Doing some basic editing and reading manpage; vim.
    s_1389548724_8011697_a7d39b2ae7.png

  3. Browsing the web; dwb.
    s_1389548723_7900759_3484b82d48.png

  4. Compiling some programs and stopping music to watch a video; mifo, mplayer2.
    s_1389548733_8003994_f526ebaa43.png

I'm very satisfied with this setup if you couldn't tell.  Though, I may be changing a few config/script details later on (as usual).

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#105 2014-01-12 18:25:17

F34R
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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

milomouse wrote:

Enjoying 'herbstluftwm'!


I'm very satisfied with this setup if you couldn't tell.  Though, I may be changing a few config/script details later on (as usual).


Nice configuration , this one use instead of bspwm ? Ookami to Koushinryou also nice big_smile

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#106 2014-01-12 19:20:50

suare
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From: São Paulo, Brazil
Registered: 2013-01-17
Posts: 50

Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

milomouse wrote:

Enjoying 'herbstluftwm'!

  1. Empty startup (dated later than other screenshots), about to add some more music to playlist; dzen2, tint2, interrobang, mifo.
    http://storage5.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0112/s_1389548710_1052559_ed71976a43.png

  2. Doing some basic editing and reading manpage; vim.
    http://storage8.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0112/s_1389548724_8011697_a7d39b2ae7.png

  3. Browsing the web; dwb.
    http://storage7.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0112/s_1389548723_7900759_3484b82d48.png

  4. Compiling some programs and stopping music to watch a video; mifo, mplayer2.
    http://storage7.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0112/s_1389548733_8003994_f526ebaa43.png

I'm very satisfied with this setup if you couldn't tell.  Though, I may be changing a few config/script details later on (as usual).

Looks like you're pretty happy using it! I'm glad you're liking it, herbstluft is a really underrated WM... It looks great by the way smile

Also, are you switching to herbstluft or just using it? I've been using bspwm and it works nicely but there are some things that annoy me, like the history feature that works in a really weird way, and the fear that someday baskerville will completely change bspc syntax and I'll have to change all the stuff on configs (it already happened one time tongue)
I've been thinking about stumpwm, I'm not sure yet but probably that's what I'll be using this year...

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#107 2014-01-12 19:48:24

milomouse
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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

F34R wrote:

Nice configuration , this one use instead of bspwm ?

suare wrote:

Also, are you switching to herbstluft or just using it? I've been using bspwm and it works nicely but there are some things that annoy me, like the history feature that works in a really weird way, and the fear that someday baskerville will completely change bspc syntax and I'll have to change all the stuff on configs (it already happened one time tongue)
I've been thinking about stumpwm, I'm not sure yet but probably that's what I'll be using this year...

Well, you may as well say I've switched back to herbstluftwm after trying bspwm for a good run.  I still maintain ebuilds for bspwm (and tools) for gentoo and have it installed but I am just not a dynamic tiler user no matter how much I try to make myself.  I enjoy and work better with manual tiling, so bspwm was a bit of a trial for me.  The main reason I liked it more than other dynamics was because of the "presel" option to split in that direction, etc.  Still, this did not suffice as I like to "stack" windows ontop of each inside a frame.  The great thing about herbstluft is that you can stack them (max) or do the hybrid+dynamic tiling by using a grid mode, etc, inside an individual frame if you want dynamic behavior for certain windows.  Other than that bspwm and herbstluftwm both share many similar features so it's not like I'm losing anything by switching.  In fact, I used herbstluftwm for quite a while before trying bspwm in the first place.

As far as StumpWM, you may or may not recall I used it exclusively for years on end though I am not using it right now.  All the lisp configuration became quite tedious after a while, and I am not an Emacs user so I lose some preset behavioral built-ins and features (Slime + Emacs connectivity and StumpWM control, etc) -- although you can literally make it do whatever you want with or without that stuff.  You can also install the "stumpish" script which is like "bspc" and "herbstclient" for the most part.  As far as window managers, it is still in my top 3.  I have yet to find a more powerful window manager, that's for sure.  I think I still have my old [and quite possibly outdated] configs on dotshare.it (found it)

suare wrote:

Looks like you're pretty happy using it! I'm glad you're liking it, herbstluft is a really underrated WM... It looks great by the way smile

Thanks, I am enjoying it and glad I'm back at it.   Definitely underrated; I agree with you there!

F34R wrote:

Ookami to Koushinryou also nice big_smile

Sure is big_smile


EDIT:  Although, I love using Bloom's `sxhkd' key daemon instead of herbstluft's building keybinding stuff.  Definitely worth setting up.

Last edited by milomouse (2014-01-12 19:50:02)

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#108 2014-01-12 23:05:58

Jellicent
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From: Berlin
Registered: 2013-09-13
Posts: 187

Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

milomouse wrote:

Enjoying 'herbstluftwm'!

  1. Empty startup (dated later than other screenshots), about to add some more music to playlist; dzen2, tint2, interrobang, mifo.
    http://storage5.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0112/s_1389548710_1052559_ed71976a43.png

  2. Doing some basic editing and reading manpage; vim.
    http://storage8.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0112/s_1389548724_8011697_a7d39b2ae7.png

  3. Browsing the web; dwb.
    http://storage7.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0112/s_1389548723_7900759_3484b82d48.png

  4. Compiling some programs and stopping music to watch a video; mifo, mplayer2.
    http://storage7.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0112/s_1389548733_8003994_f526ebaa43.png

I'm very satisfied with this setup if you couldn't tell.  Though, I may be changing a few config/script details later on (as usual).

Would you mind sharing your colours? smile Those are prettyyyy.

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#109 2014-01-13 04:33:39

nan
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From: Waterloo, Canada
Registered: 2008-07-16
Posts: 70

Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

Recently gave bspwm + bar a try instead of awesome. Loving how simple but powerful it is.

Clean:
MC7v2HC.png

Fake Dirty:
yRWYcXj.png

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#110 2014-01-13 15:51:56

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

Openbox, tint2, compton



Memory failure bigtime in the terminal:P



-- mod edit: failure to read Forum Etiquette and only post thumbnails https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=61754  [jwr] --

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#111 2014-01-13 15:54:47

β ™
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Posts: 11

Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

neopuff wrote:

Openbox, tint2, compton

http://i.imgur.com/XZvzLRf.png?1

Memory failure bigtime in the terminal:P

Tab key wink

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#112 2014-01-13 16:59:12

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From: Los Gatos, CA
Registered: 2012-05-19
Posts: 8,412

Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

@neopuff, welcome to the Arch forums!  You should know that there are guidelines to posting pictures.  I have a feeling that your post there might be a bit large for these boards.  The Forum Etiquette guidelines are a bit sparse.  But fortunately in the first post of every month's screenshot thread, there are some great and more detailed instructions about how to post pictures.

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#113 2014-01-14 00:59:46

milomouse
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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

Jellicent wrote:
milomouse wrote:

Enjoying 'herbstluftwm'!

  1. Empty startup (dated later than other screenshots), about to add some more music to playlist; dzen2, tint2, interrobang, mifo.
    http://storage5.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0112/s_1389548710_1052559_ed71976a43.png

  2. Doing some basic editing and reading manpage; vim.
    http://storage8.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0112/s_1389548724_8011697_a7d39b2ae7.png

  3. Browsing the web; dwb.
    http://storage7.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0112/s_1389548723_7900759_3484b82d48.png

  4. Compiling some programs and stopping music to watch a video; mifo, mplayer2.
    http://storage7.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0112/s_1389548733_8003994_f526ebaa43.png

I'm very satisfied with this setup if you couldn't tell.  Though, I may be changing a few config/script details later on (as usual).

Would you mind sharing your colours? smile Those are prettyyyy.

Haha, sure, glad you like them!

Link: .dir_colors (ls colors)
Link: Xresources (Xdefaults)
Link: cottonmouse.vim (vim colorscheme)

Think that's everything?  My dzen bar(s) sources my Xresources so the colors should be the same, although for dzen I manually added a few more greys for the shading.  If there's something I missed just let me know.  Most configurations can be found on my github page [dotfiles repo].

Last edited by milomouse (2014-01-14 01:00:13)

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#114 2014-01-14 02:43:49

agahnim
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Registered: 2013-07-03
Posts: 151

Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

milomouse wrote:

Enjoying 'herbstluftwm'!

  1. Empty startup (dated later than other screenshots), about to add some more music to playlist; dzen2, tint2, interrobang, mifo.
    http://storage5.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0112/s_1389548710_1052559_ed71976a43.png

  2. Doing some basic editing and reading manpage; vim.
    http://storage8.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0112/s_1389548724_8011697_a7d39b2ae7.png

  3. Browsing the web; dwb.
    http://storage7.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0112/s_1389548723_7900759_3484b82d48.png

  4. Compiling some programs and stopping music to watch a video; mifo, mplayer2.
    http://storage7.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0112/s_1389548733_8003994_f526ebaa43.png

I'm very satisfied with this setup if you couldn't tell.  Though, I may be changing a few config/script details later on (as usual).

Spice and Wolf!! Yes! I know I am the second person to mention this.

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#115 2014-01-14 04:38:12

shmibs
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Registered: 2012-09-11
Posts: 91

Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

some fairly boring awesome:
2014-01-13-clean-thumb.png
2014-01-13-dirty-thumb.png


[site] | [dotfiles] | あたしたち、人間じゃないの?

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#116 2014-01-14 08:05:14

tahaugen88
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Registered: 2014-01-14
Posts: 6

Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

I'm kind of new to linux and started off with Arch. Have been doing just great with no need for help so far and I'm loving the distro! :-)

I have put some hours into making the conky setup - inspired by others, but made entirely by me, and it's still a WIP - will be customized for next month wink

So let me introduce to you - my desktop smile
ithfQJ4.png

Last edited by tahaugen88 (2014-01-14 19:57:57)

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#117 2014-01-14 18:36:45

Steef435
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Posts: 405
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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

tahaugen88 wrote:

I'm kind of new to linux and started off with Arch. Have been doing just great with no need for help so far and I'm loving the distro! :-)

I have put some hours into making the conky setup - inspired by others, but made entirely by me, and it's still a WIP - will be customized for next month wink

So let me introduce to you - my desktop smile
https://dl-web.dropbox.com/get/Linux/thumb-archselfie.png?w=AABW-eH5KEpxOXotH-H_2UPWGCtA_SbdDpJZeMWfq5j9QQ&_subject_uid=132081144

Welcome! I get a 403, are you sure the file is public?

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#118 2014-01-14 19:59:53

tahaugen88
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Registered: 2014-01-14
Posts: 6

Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

Steef435 wrote:
tahaugen88 wrote:

I'm kind of new to linux and started off with Arch. Have been doing just great with no need for help so far and I'm loving the distro! :-)

I have put some hours into making the conky setup - inspired by others, but made entirely by me, and it's still a WIP - will be customized for next month wink

So let me introduce to you - my desktop smile
https://dl-web.dropbox.com/get/Linux/thumb-archselfie.png?w=AABW-eH5KEpxOXotH-H_2UPWGCtA_SbdDpJZeMWfq5j9QQ&_subject_uid=132081144

Welcome! I get a 403, are you sure the file is public?

Thanks!

It was supposed to be public but I guess it wasn't. I just uploaded it onto a img hosting service so now I guess you'll be able to see it wink

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#119 2014-01-14 20:26:07

Steef435
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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

I am. Nice setup!

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#120 2014-01-15 22:44:40

ivoarch
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From: the six feet under the ground
Registered: 2011-03-31
Posts: 436

Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

Arch on USB and Aser Aspire one!

Mousetrap
s_1389810849_4857522_74b70ce823.png


I love GnuEmacs, GnuScreen, ratpoison, and conkeror.
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#121 2014-01-16 03:09:31

bendersteed
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From: Greece
Registered: 2010-10-18
Posts: 85

Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

Herbstluftwm <3
qrAFaV5.png


Petite veille d'ivresse, sainte ! quand ce ne serait que pour le masque dont tu as gratifié. Nous t'affirmons, méthode ! Nous n'oublions pas que tu as glorifié hier chacun de nos âges. Nous avons foi au poison. Nous savons donner notre vie tout entière tous les jours.

Voici le temps des Assassins.

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#122 2014-01-16 12:14:31

Lala0KjOA
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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

Nice colors !

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#123 2014-01-16 15:12:56

Nachtwandler
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Registered: 2008-07-03
Posts: 4

Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

Shinryuu wrote:

Long time monsterwm user here

http://a.pomf.se/lwfdjl.png

Nice Wallpaper. Can u share it?

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#124 2014-01-16 15:52:25

Shinryuu
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From: 俺のコスモス
Registered: 2010-02-27
Posts: 338

Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

Unia wrote:
Shinryuu wrote:

Long time monsterwm user here

http://a.pomf.se/lwfdjl.png

Font? big_smile

Wow.. I totally forgot I posted in this thread! It's called berry and you can grab it from there: http://a.pomf.se/rljock.gz (just name it to berry.pcf.gz etc.)

Nachtwandler wrote:
Shinryuu wrote:

Long time monsterwm user here

http://a.pomf.se/lwfdjl.png

Nice Wallpaper. Can u share it?

Sure, http://a.pomf.se/gbgova.png

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#125 2014-01-16 16:09:23

Shark
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Registered: 2011-02-28
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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

bendersteed wrote:

Nice. Can you share wallpaper? Thanks.


If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put foundations under them.
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