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#176 2014-01-24 18:46:17

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

ANOKNUSA wrote:

Bespin and Qtcurve are two different theme engines. Bespin is available in the AUR or at kde-look.org.

I know that. I just (mistakenly) though that @ombremaledicto wrote that he has a qtcurve file mimicing Bespin.


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#177 2014-01-24 23:58:12

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

Shark wrote:
ANOKNUSA wrote:

Bespin and Qtcurve are two different theme engines. Bespin is available in the AUR or at kde-look.org.

I know that. I just (mistakenly) though that @ombremaledicto wrote that he has a qtcurve file mimicing Bespin.


Fortunately not, that would be nasty(said the guy who just built a unity clone...).
You can actually mime bespin with Qt Style Sheets(the drawbacks are that you'd have
to invoke stylesheets for each app, and that it drops performances).
Two distinctive elements in bespin are tabs and progressbars, in case you want to write a QSS,
i suggest you to start from them.
That said, it's waaaaaaaaaaaay better to just use bespin.



...To be honest, i'm really building such theme,  but for firefox wink

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#178 2014-01-25 12:47:44

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

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#179 2014-01-25 16:57:40

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

2014_01_25_225035_1280x800_scrot.jpg

2014_01_27_073541_1280x800_scrot.jpg

GOOMWWM

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#180 2014-01-25 23:08:49

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

EVpont5d.jpg

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#181 2014-01-26 11:45:43

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

xmonad___busy_by_maxdamaged-d73s5b1.png

xmonad___clean__j4_and_dunst__by_maxdamaged-d73s5ca.png

Configs: https://github.com/Tzbob/dotfiles/tree/1

Did some tweaking on xmonad.hs, now generates my dunstrc and xmobarrc for each run to update all colors. Generation is based on templates so dunst/xmobar configs are still clean separate files.

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#182 2014-01-26 12:53:24

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

Loving your clean style as always.

I think you'd like a tiling wm.

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#183 2014-01-26 14:59:00

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

sardina wrote:

Loving your clean style as always.

I think you'd like a tiling wm.

thanks. i've yet to find one i've the patience to fiddle with. evilwm just needs a few startup options.

what, would you suggest.

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#184 2014-01-26 17:51:47

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

dgz wrote:
sardina wrote:

Loving your clean style as always.

I think you'd like a tiling wm.

thanks. i've yet to find one i've the patience to fiddle with. evilwm just needs a few startup options.

what, would you suggest.

First of all i would recommend something with an easy config.
I'm a i3wm user and its easy to config. The i3wm manual (Users Guide) explains everything. Really, everything.

An other would be herbstluftwm.

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#185 2014-01-26 17:59:04

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

i3 always seemed like bloat to me. it's not so much difficulty as only having what i need. i did use echinus for a spell a while back.

i might give herbsluftwm or spectrwm a try.

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#186 2014-01-28 04:41:51

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

It's finally 2014 and a new year of screenshots awaits! It's almost the end of the month but I'm glad I joined the forums in time to get these up ^-^.
Everything is kind of just thrown together right now while I work on my setup but this is what I have so far.

~ Clean:                                                        ~ Fakebusy:                         
2014-01-clean.jpg    2014-01-fakebusy.jpg

Last edited by sushixnyan (2014-01-28 04:48:53)


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#187 2014-01-28 18:51:39

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

sushixnyan wrote:

It's finally 2014 and a new year of screenshots awaits! It's almost the end of the month but I'm glad I joined the forums in time to get these up ^-^.
Everything is kind of just thrown together right now while I work on my setup but this is what I have so far.

~ Clean:                                                        ~ Fakebusy:                         
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/rev7ngjhxu27bj3/2014-01-clean.jpg    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/zx1xco68mrkdxed/2014-01-fakebusy.jpg

What bar is that? Looks interesting! (and the battery code looks an afwul lot like what I have wink)


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#188 2014-01-28 20:28:13

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

Unia wrote:
sushixnyan wrote:

It's finally 2014 and a new year of screenshots awaits! It's almost the end of the month but I'm glad I joined the forums in time to get these up ^-^.
Everything is kind of just thrown together right now while I work on my setup but this is what I have so far.

~ Clean:                                                        ~ Fakebusy:                         
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/rev7ngjhxu27bj3/2014-01-clean.jpg    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/zx1xco68mrkdxed/2014-01-fakebusy.jpg

What bar is that? Looks interesting! (and the battery code looks an afwul lot like what I have wink)

It's called KawaiiBar at the moment but that may change. Thanks, I wrote it in C (My favorite language) using gtk3, pango, and cairo. It's quite a mess right now but I can post it on github if there's any interest in seeing the code. And that is your battery code xD. I'm a big fan of your work and I was trying to get the stats code done asap so I could test a few things, so I just pulled it from one of my old forks of your dwmst smile

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#189 2014-01-28 20:56:45

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

Nice, i like you term colors. Mind sharing it smile ?


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#190 2014-01-28 22:01:40

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

sushixnyan wrote:

It's called KawaiiBar at the moment but that may change. Thanks, I wrote it in C (My favorite language) using gtk3, pango, and cairo. It's quite a mess right now but I can post it on github if there's any interest in seeing the code. And that is your battery code xD. I'm a big fan of your work and I was trying to get the stats code done asap so I could test a few things, so I just pulled it from one of my old forks of your dwmst smile

I would be very interested in seeing it wink


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#191 2014-01-28 23:51:18

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

Dragon707 wrote:

Nice, i like you term colors. Mind sharing it smile ?


Not at all:

!! base16!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!{{{
!!
#define base00 #151515
#define base01 #9bc63c
#define base02 #f0a63e
#define base03 #505050
#define base04 #50aacf
#define base05 #d0d0d0
#define base06 #bb64a9
#define base07 #ffffff
#define base08 #ac4142
#define base09 #be2f30
#define base0A #f4bf75
#define base0B #90a959
#define base0C #75b5aa
#define base0D #6a9fb5
#define base0E #aa759f
#define base0F #5dcdba

*.foreground: base05
*.background: base00
*.cursorColor: base05
!Black
*.color0: base00
*.color8: base03
!Red
*.color1: base08
*.color9: base09
!Green
*.color2: base0B
*.color10: base01
!Yellow
*.color3: base0A
*.color11: base02
!Blue
*.color4: base0D
*.color12: base04
!Magenta
*.color5: base0E
*.color13: base06
!Cyan
*.color6: base0C
*.color14: base0F
!White
*.color7: base05
*.color15: base07
!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!}}} 

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#192 2014-01-29 18:10:50

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

Unia wrote:

I would be very interested in seeing it wink

I'm changing a few things so that it works for other people (a lot of stuff is hardcoded atm). I do have an exam coming up but I should be able to have it commited within a few days tops.


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#193 2014-01-29 18:44:31

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

I'll keep an eye out on your GitHub! Good luck on your exam.


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#194 2014-01-29 19:31:35

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

Posted my setup in another thread.....

https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php … 5#p1376135      <-------   in the i3 thread   ( posted today )


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#195 2014-01-29 23:55:01

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

okay so my transition to awesome is complete more or less using the multicolor theme from copycats

http://imgur.com/a/wMYVA


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#196 2014-01-30 09:17:11

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

Good to hear that. smile

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#197 2014-01-30 16:11:50

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

sushixnyan wrote:

It's finally 2014 and a new year of screenshots awaits! It's almost the end of the month but I'm glad I joined the forums in time to get these up ^-^.
Everything is kind of just thrown together right now while I work on my setup but this is what I have so far.

~ Clean:                                                        ~ Fakebusy:                         
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/rev7ngjhxu27bj3/2014-01-clean.jpg    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/zx1xco68mrkdxed/2014-01-fakebusy.jpg



How do you draw the lines that connect each terminal line before your username and hostname?

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#198 2014-01-30 18:46:10

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

agahnim wrote:
sushixnyan wrote:

It's finally 2014 and a new year of screenshots awaits! It's almost the end of the month but I'm glad I joined the forums in time to get these up ^-^.
Everything is kind of just thrown together right now while I work on my setup but this is what I have so far.

~ Clean:                                                        ~ Fakebusy:                         
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/rev7ngjhxu27bj3/2014-01-clean.jpg    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/zx1xco68mrkdxed/2014-01-fakebusy.jpg



How do you draw the lines that connect each terminal line before your username and hostname?

search for "custom bash prompt".

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#199 2014-01-30 22:21:22

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

dgz wrote:

search for "custom bash prompt".

Thanks much friend, I now have something to contribute to my current setup that I am saving to post next month XD.

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#200 2014-01-30 23:54:20

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Re: January 2014 Screenshot thread

@dgz I have read a bunch of guides and what not, and have not yet come across the way to duplicate that tree view like thing that I see everwhere. I have even looked through a bunch of threads and on the wiki and still nothing. Would you mind posting an example?

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