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#51 2014-02-09 04:22:26

Riley88
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

Fun with awesome

http://imgur.com/VrV460l


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

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#52 2014-02-09 10:24:31

rzeka
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

Arch, OpenBox, AWN, Terminator, Conky

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#53 2014-02-09 16:46:24

Montague
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

 

Last edited by Montague (2015-07-28 03:03:26)

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#54 2014-02-09 19:11:55

grobar87
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Posts: 164

Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

Montague wrote:

Nice.What is your gtk theme?
Thanks.


And... here... we... go!

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#55 2014-02-09 19:50:13

ill
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Posts: 115

Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

And my desktop, now that I migrated it to a light theme.
screen_Fetch_2014_02_09_11_48_03.jpg

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#56 2014-02-09 20:06:19

Montague
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

 

Last edited by Montague (2015-07-28 03:04:21)

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#57 2014-02-09 21:44:35

iv597
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Registered: 2011-09-18
Posts: 88
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

Hopped off the transparent terms bandwagon. Looks so much better!

hhrzzd.png

- Acer C7 (coreboot+SeaBIOS)
- Arch Linux x86_64
- herbstluftwm
- termite w/artwiz-limey
- 2x lemonboy bar w/personal mod of artwiz-cure
- conky (feeding both bars)
- firefox+vimperator+custom userchrome (not shown)
- ncmpcpp (ditched cmus-fap for now)
- vim w/buftabs and some other plugins, vim-hybrid-git colorscheme

The source files are an HTML5 webapp written with Jade (compiles to HTML), Stylus (compiles to CSS), and LiveScript (Haskell meets CoffeeScript, compiles to JS). Who'da thunk it, you get an actual workflow this time, rather than some staged setup!

Finally updated my Git repos, all applicable configs should be in there.

- https://bitbucket.org/iv597/dotz
- https://github.com/iv597/dotz


Dell XPS 13 9350 (Late 2015) » 8GB/128GB/FHD
(Modded) Alienware Alpha » 8GB/512GB
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#58 2014-02-09 21:49:54

cju
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

iv597 wrote:

Hopped off the transparent terms bandwagon. Looks so much better!

Nice one – mind sharing the wallpaper?

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#59 2014-02-09 21:51:39

iv597
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

cju wrote:
iv597 wrote:

Hopped off the transparent terms bandwagon. Looks so much better!

Nice one – mind sharing the wallpaper?

Yep!


Dell XPS 13 9350 (Late 2015) » 8GB/128GB/FHD
(Modded) Alienware Alpha » 8GB/512GB
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#60 2014-02-09 22:45:47

milomouse
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

I decided to change to a slightly less distracting setup.
The other one had too much unused reality and whatnot.

s_1391984902_2927971_d926407005.png
s_1391984917_8682482_984a6b2947.png
s_1391984938_4889292_d0e9d69a84.png

Anywho, messing around with R lately (among a few other programming languages),
as well as doing some code cleanup / trying to salvage [or remove snippets of] old Zsh scripts.

Window manager is still `herbstluftwm'. smile

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#61 2014-02-10 10:35:16

sardina
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

^
Nice, though a little faded for my tastes.

PS: Angel-A big_smile

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#62 2014-02-10 20:10:40

Pjoter
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Posts: 12

Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

iv597 wrote:

Hopped off the transparent terms bandwagon. Looks so much better!

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

- Acer C7 (coreboot+SeaBIOS)
- Arch Linux x86_64
- herbstluftwm
- termite w/artwiz-limey
- 2x lemonboy bar w/personal mod of artwiz-cure
- conky (feeding both bars)
- firefox+vimperator+custom userchrome (not shown)
- ncmpcpp (ditched cmus-fap for now)
- vim w/buftabs and some other plugins, vim-hybrid-git colorscheme

The source files are an HTML5 webapp written with Jade (compiles to HTML), Stylus (compiles to CSS), and LiveScript (Haskell meets CoffeeScript, compiles to JS). Who'da thunk it, you get an actual workflow this time, rather than some staged setup!

Finally updated my Git repos, all applicable configs should be in there.

- https://bitbucket.org/iv597/dotz
- https://github.com/iv597/dotz


Hi iv597,

I see you use Acer S7 and you installed seabios. Would you mind telling us how did you do that? Perhaps there is some written source of how to do it. I am using Acer S3 and I think it could be supported by coreboot and seabios.

Thank you.

P.S.

Nice desktop of yours smile

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#63 2014-02-10 20:56:11

cju
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Posts: 194

Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

iv597 wrote:
cju wrote:
iv597 wrote:

Hopped off the transparent terms bandwagon. Looks so much better!

Nice one – mind sharing the wallpaper?

Yep!

Thanks man. smile

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#64 2014-02-11 00:17:32

Parhelik
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From: Leitrim, Ireland
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

Messing with Awesome and .Xresources big_smile

goMHp9fs.png

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#65 2014-02-11 00:58:11

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

sardina wrote:

^
Nice, though a little faded for my tastes.

Thanks smile  The only reason I add so much fading is because I only want to pay attention to focused window, etc.  Plus, I'm usually online during the night time so it actually appears quite a bit brighter then.  During the day though it can be a bit dark.

sardina wrote:

PS: Angel-A big_smile

I know!  I cried , lol.  Good movie.

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#66 2014-02-11 14:55:18

flexo3001
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

after switching between the great herbstluftwm and the great bspwm; my present bspwm setup on my x200. not sure if it's too much eyeparty or not enough big_smile

tint2 (after struggeling with xmobar and dzen (too many wakeups))
ranger
mutt
chrome

clean:
DCmvgrm.png
terms:
cEAHJNi.png
gtk:
YLId9Qd.png

EDIT: after i got a headache i changed the contrast a bit. but i will try again big_smile
lower contrast

Last edited by flexo3001 (2014-02-11 19:25:38)


Fight war not wars, destroy power not people!

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#67 2014-02-11 21:16:41

chaosz3ro
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Registered: 2014-02-11
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

First time messing with arch.
VDo1QRs.png
Wallpaper: http://i.imgur.com/dXUag4Y.png
xfce
cairo-dock
Theme: NumixBLUE
Icons: numix-round

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#68 2014-02-12 02:33:33

woocifer
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

milomouse wrote:

I decided to change to a slightly less distracting setup.
The other one had too much unused reality and whatnot.

http://storage8.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0209/s_1391984902_2927971_d926407005.png
http://storage9.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0209/s_1391984917_8682482_984a6b2947.png
http://storage5.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0209/s_1391984938_4889292_d0e9d69a84.png

Anywho, messing around with R lately (among a few other programming languages),
as well as doing some code cleanup / trying to salvage [or remove snippets of] old Zsh scripts.

Window manager is still `herbstluftwm'. smile


Wow! I really like the darkish colorscheme bro! Props! Was that done mainly through dircolors and your cottonmouse color scheme?

woo

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#69 2014-02-12 21:25:04

milomouse
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Posts: 940
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

woocifer wrote:
milomouse wrote:

I decided to change to a slightly less distracting setup.
The other one had too much unused reality and whatnot.

http://storage8.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0209/s_1391984902_2927971_d926407005.png
http://storage9.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0209/s_1391984917_8682482_984a6b2947.png
http://storage5.static.itmages.ru/i/14/0209/s_1391984938_4889292_d0e9d69a84.png

Anywho, messing around with R lately (among a few other programming languages),
as well as doing some code cleanup / trying to salvage [or remove snippets of] old Zsh scripts.

Window manager is still `herbstluftwm'. smile


Wow! I really like the darkish colorscheme bro! Props! Was that done mainly through dircolors and your cottonmouse color scheme?

woo

Thank you smile

It was mainly done through a small Zsh script I wrote to source and set colors from my xorg / Xresources file.  The script is in my herbstluftwm directory (dzen-colors.zsh).  I source the file in my dzen configs and from there I can just do ${c_01} for a dzen foreground (or ${b_01} for background) of red (like Xresources *color1 is red).  I have the colors->numbers memorized otherwise I would have set ${c_red}, etc, which anyone can if they edit the script.  Other than that, I manually added a few more grey colors to my dzen configs for the extra shading.  There is also ${_01} for just the color code, and ${c_XX} / ${b_XX} to reset foreground or background, and ${_XX} to reset both.

The X colorscheme I have been using is "astromouse" ( found in Xresources file ) and my vim colorscheme is actually called "cottonmouse" ( .vim/colors/cottonmouse.vim )

herbstluft:  https://github.com/milomouse/dotfiles/t … rbstluftwm
X.Org:  https://github.com/milomouse/dotfiles/tree/master/xorg
ViM:  https://github.com/milomouse/dotfiles/t … vim/colors

There's actually another vim colorscheme called "vincent" (my name) that someone else apparently made based on cottonmouse, which is also good.  It has gui support, though I've never tried since I only have console installed.
Also, the dzen-colors.zsh script works for my Xresources file but not sure if someone will need to edit if they use it -- never had anyone else try it.

Hack at it!

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#70 2014-02-13 02:25:59

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

Grub
u13fZey.png

Slim
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Clean
D6k9diW.png

Misc.
M70EQPU.png
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#71 2014-02-13 03:28:57

GSF1200S
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

snyp wrote:

Still using pekwm and bmpanel2.
scrot1
scrot2

If only pytyle worked well with pekwm...

Nice look here!

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#72 2014-02-13 03:29:10

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Registered: 2012-07-01
Posts: 165

Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

bspwm + bar

Clean:
clean16.png

Dirty casual:
dirty19.png

alt + p
dirty22.png

bar's colors are from milomouse's vincent colorscheme, and the layout is from 3xOXC's bar, but I wrote the panel script essentially from scratch to reduce the cpu toll. Also, it works with neither a fifo nor conky.

Last edited by Mindstormscreator (2014-02-13 03:38:22)

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#73 2014-02-13 04:48:03

tzomatz
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Registered: 2013-07-05
Posts: 30

Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

Moca icons
Zukitwo GTK theme



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

Last edited by tzomatz (2014-02-13 04:48:57)

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#74 2014-02-13 23:24:52

kdu
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Registered: 2014-02-13
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

http://imgur.com/iVehpps

WindowLab with xterm, Chromium and xclock. The title font is the Ubuntu font. No fake dirty here because I hardly ever see my desktop except at logout.

I ported WindowLab to HP-UX (mostly getting HP-UX's cruddy compiler to work) and I've used it ever since. I'm OCD when it comes to windows: I don't like them going off screen and WindowLab forces them to stay on screen. Oh and the yellow is pretty cool smile

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#75 2014-02-14 10:52:04

int_young
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

Old Laptop.
9679dc870ee2a9ee3870f378eb108d40?xcode=321639d17663b6c34c13c011cd8ce63da4271ffe835b1ff2&fid=540762510-250528-4157625533&time=1392374917&sign=FDTAXER-DCb740ccc5511e5e8fedcff06b081203-cd2b2Xbpr2NiH1JyE6sT1yNOZ8A%3D&to=qb&fm=Q,B,U,nc&expires=8h&rt=pr&r=285320619&logid=3285374378&vuk=540762510&fn=screenFetch-2014-02-11_15-16-20.png

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