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#26 2015-03-13 03:24:21

ephemeralCuriosities
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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

Work-in-progress since I'm still figuring out how to script the panel (I'll change the colors later). Never did any serious bash scripting before now so I'm kinda learning as I go here. Definitely a beginner's setup.

Clean:
bUtJJu0.png

Busy:
Qhoe57O.png

WM: bspwm
Terminal: urxvt
Panel: bar + trayer (no programs running)
Wallpaper: nitrogen (forget where I actually got the image from)

Bar script is from the example file - all I did was remove desktops, change the clock bit and add volume levels with a script from the wiki (modified slightly 'cause I use PulseAudio). Still trying to figure out how to remove the Desktop2 bit (maybe it's 'cause of the Cintiq? I have it set to mirror the monitor since it's usually off unless I'm using it).

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#27 2015-03-13 13:03:02

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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

ephemeralCuriosities wrote:

...snip...

Hey man, How did you get transparency in URXVT to work in applications too. I had it once for the shell, but I could not get it to work for ncurses applications and such while they were running.

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#28 2015-03-13 16:43:54

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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

twee-vyf wrote:

Really loving bspwm, and finally got the hang of LemonBoy's bar...

Clean-ish
http://i.imgur.com/SAr7Jhc.png

& Dirty
http://i.imgur.com/ru9Qa1d.png

Your bar config is awesome! Can you share scripts, please?

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#29 2015-03-13 18:35:16

ephemeralCuriosities
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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

agahnim wrote:
ephemeralCuriosities wrote:

...snip...

Hey man, How did you get transparency in URXVT to work in applications too. I had it once for the shell, but I could not get it to work for ncurses applications and such while they were running.

I had to use native transparency (wiki page here), but ncurses stuff worked with true transparency as well for me so I don't know why it wouldn't work. Only program I had issues with was ranger, which won't display actual image previews if the compositor's involved.

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#30 2015-03-14 06:34:53

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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

SWCv5jlt.png

FVWM FTW.

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#31 2015-03-14 09:59:56

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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

Šaran wrote:

Your bar config is awesome! Can you share scripts, please?

~/.config/bspwm/panel.sh

#!/usr/bin/bash

FONT="-*-montecarlo-medium-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*"
GEO="1366x20x0x0"

killall bar
~/.config/bspwm/panel_info.sh | bar -p -B "#FF393939"  -u 3 -g $GEO -f $FONT &

~/.config/bspwm/panel_info.sh

#!/usr/bin/sh

WHITE="#FFE7E8E9"      #white
BLACK="#FF393939"      #black
GREY="#FF777777"       #grey

GREEN="#FF2FAA14"       #green
LIME="#FF88C425"        #lime green

PURPLE1="#FF9966AA"     #light
PURPLE2="#FF"           #medium
PURPLE3="#FF"           #dark

BLUE1="#FF4ECDC4"       #light
BLUE2="#FF1CA1DB"       #medium
BLUE3="#FF006db3"       #dark

YELLOW="#FFEDC951"      #yellow
ORANGE="#FFEB6841"      #orange
RED="#FFCC333F"         #red
################################################################################

backlight() {
    more /sys/class/backlight/acpi_video0/actual_brightness
}

battery() {
    BATC=/sys/class/power_supply/BAT1/capacity
    BATC2=`more /sys/class/power_supply/BAT1/capacity`
    BATS=/sys/class/power_supply/BAT1/status

    if [ "$BATC2" -gt "20" ]
    then
        test "`cat $BATS`" = "Charging" && echo -n "+ " || echo -n "- "
        sed -n p $BATC
    else
        echo -n "%{F$RED}"
        test "`cat $BATS`" = "Charging" && echo -n "+ " || echo -n "- "
        sed -n p $BATC
    fi
}

clockday() {
    date '+%A'
}

clocktime() {
    date '+%R'
}

clockdate() {
    date '+%e %B'
}

cpuload() {
    USR=`mpstat -u | grep all |awk '{print $4}'`
    SYS=`mpstat -u | grep all |awk '{print $6}'`
    printf "%.0f\n" $(bc -l <<< "($USR + $SYS)")
}

desktop() {
    cur=`bspc query -D -d focused`
    echo $cur
}

desktop_state() {
    cur=`bspc query -D -d focused`
    state=`bspc query -T -d $cur | grep $cur | awk '{print $5}'`

    if [ "$state" == "M" ]
    then
        echo "Fullscreen"
    else
        echo "Tiled"
    fi
}

desktop_float() {
    cur=`bspc query -D -d focused`
    state=`bspc query -T -d $cur | grep $cur | awk '{print $6}'`

    if [ "$state" == "f" ]
    then
        echo "Floating"
    else
        echo "Fixed"
    fi
}

memused() {
    MEMU=`free -m | grep Mem: | awk '{print $3}'`

    printf "%.0f\n" $(bc -l <<< "(($MEMU / 3900) * 100)")
}

temperature() {
    sens1=`sensors -u | grep 1_input | awk '{print $2}'`
    sens2=`sensors -u | grep 2_input | awk '{print $2}'`
    sens3=`sensors -u | grep 3_input | awk '{print $2}'`
    printf "%.0f\n" $(bc -l <<< "(($sens1 + $sens2 + $sens3) / 3)")

}

volume() {
    amixer get Master | sed -n 's/^.*\[\([0-9]\+\)%.*$/\1/p'| uniq
}

wifi_name() {
    name=`iw dev | grep ssid | cut -c 8-`
    ping -c 1 8.8.8.8 >/dev/null 2>&1 && echo $name || echo "Disconnected"
}

wifi_speed() {
    iwconfig wlp2s0 | grep Rate | awk -F '=' '{print $2}' | awk -F ' ' '{print $1}'
}

wifi_strength() {
    raw_str=`cat /proc/net/wireless | grep wlp2s0: | awk '{print $3}' | awk -F '.' '{print $1}'`
    printf "%.0f\n" $(bc -l <<< "(("$raw_str" / 70)*100)")
}

################################################################################

spacer() {
    echo " %{U$BLACK} "
}

big_spacer() {
    echo "%{U$BLACK}%{F$BLACK}_______________%{F$WHITE}"
}

################################################################################

while :; do
    buf=" "
    buf="${buf} %{F$WHITE}%{U$RED}%{+o}%{l} Desktop $(desktop) "
    buf="${buf}$(spacer)"
    buf="${buf} %{U$ORANGE} $(desktop_state) "
    buf="${buf}$(spacer)"
    buf="${buf} %{U$YELLOW} $(desktop_float) "
    buf="${buf}$(big_spacer)"

    buf="${buf} %{U$BLUE1} RAM $(memused)"
    buf="${buf}$(spacer)"
    buf="${buf} %{U$BLUE2} CPU $(cpuload)"
    buf="${buf}$(spacer)"
    buf="${buf} %{U$BLUE3} Temp $(temperature)"

    buf="${buf} %{c}%{-o}%{F$GREY} $(clockday) %{F$WHITE}"
    buf="${buf}$(spacer)"
    buf="${buf} %{+o}%{U$WHITE} $(clocktime)"
    buf="${buf}$(spacer)"
    buf="${buf} %{-o}%{F$GREY} $(clockdate) %{+o}%{F$WHITE}"

    buf="${buf} %{r}%{U$BLUE3} $(wifi_name)"
    buf="${buf}$(spacer)"
    buf="${buf} %{U$BLUE2} $(wifi_strength) %%"
    buf="${buf}$(spacer)"
    buf="${buf} %{U$BLUE1} $(wifi_speed) MB.s "
    buf="${buf}$(big_spacer)"

    buf="${buf} %{U$YELLOW} Light $(backlight)"
    buf="${buf}$(spacer)"
    buf="${buf} %{U$ORANGE} Vol $(volume)"
    buf="${buf}$(spacer)"
    buf="${buf} %{U$RED} Bat $(battery) %{B-}%{F-}"

    echo $buf
    sleep 0.5
done

It'll always be a work in progress, so hack away at will if there's a better way to find the info.
Also remember to change the wifi device if it's not wlp2s0, BAT if it's not BAT1 etc...

Happy holidays!

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#32 2015-03-14 14:02:08

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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

my_desktop___march_2015_by_hundone-d8lmlke.png

smile

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#33 2015-03-15 13:19:15

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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

screen_Fetch_2015_03_15_12_13_27.jpg

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#34 2015-03-15 19:02:09

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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

screenshot_march_by_aakos-d8lsmo4.png

dwm

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#35 2015-03-16 00:58:55

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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

d8lvhw5
Misc-005-thumb-520470569.png

This is mine.
I am using xmonad for my wm.
I use trayer for the tray at the top left.
Conky with conkywx is in the upper right. of the screen.
For setting the wallpaper I use a script that I have been working on for years.  Just recently converted it over to use imagemagick rather than habak.  I had to to that because I decided that I wanted to have a calendar on my desktop.  I even wrote it to move the calendar if I decide to use the insets feature that I wrote into it, where you can put up to 4 mini pictures in the corners. smile

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#36 2015-03-16 22:42:06

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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

screen_Fetch_2015_03_16_22_33_48.jpg

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#37 2015-03-17 05:56:55

subverted
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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

this weeks setup

5tW4WDet.png

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#38 2015-03-17 15:55:53

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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

Spoofing wrote:

>>>

FVWM FTW.

Nice setup. I really like your workflow and old-desktop stylee, although your active window hilight is weird to me.
--
Reporting in with openbox, urxvt, tmux, etc. Here's my morning chat-review (fullscreen terminal autostarts on the first desktop):
sc_chatlogslol_thumb.png
And here's a demo of the openbox theme:
sc_wm_thumb.png

Check http://nilfm.cc/files.html for the ob theme and terminal colors if you want.

Last edited by dwindle (2015-03-17 15:56:31)


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#39 2015-03-17 16:31:11

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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

dwindle wrote:

...snip...

Nice shell font, mind telling me what it is, also, have you ever tried a tiling wm? It seems like the natural progression. Full DE (Gnome, KDE, etc...) ---> Openbox ---> Tiling. XD just wondering though.

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#40 2015-03-17 16:42:04

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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

agahnim wrote:

Nice shell font, mind telling me what it is, also, have you ever tried a tiling wm? It seems like the natural progression. Full DE (Gnome, KDE, etc...) ---> Openbox ---> Tiling. XD just wondering though.

Thanks. The font is smoothansi from the artwiz-fonts.
w/r/t wm progression mine went like this: xfce->fb->ob->wmii->dwm->vtwm->ob with a few isolated experiments in wmaker, rio, more xfwm.
I spent close to a year on a dwm setup and like a year and a half on my vtwm setup, and I've been on this ob setup for few months now. I setup enough keybindings in my floating wms and ofc there's always tmux, so I don't miss tilers.

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#41 2015-03-18 14:27:56

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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

Enlightenment DE with Extra-Dark-Green theme from here, a green Arch wallpaper I've had since forever, with Tiling module, Emacs and Weechat running in Terminology complete with fun bright colours in Weechat, and Nyancats for all!




EDIT: Added links to the full images wink




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

Last edited by Reded (2015-03-18 14:31:03)


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#42 2015-03-18 14:59:55

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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

Reded wrote:

Enlightenment DE with Extra-Dark-Green theme from here, a green Arch wallpaper I've had since forever, with Tiling module, Emacs and Weechat running in Terminology complete with fun bright colours in Weechat, and Nyancats for all!

Nice to see some Terminology. Really cool software.


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#43 2015-03-19 09:37:09

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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

Snow is melting and spring is on it's way, so I opted for more spring-like colors this month. Also switched to using bar, and my status information program has been rewritten in C# (i'm more used to .NET development than C).

2jbk5te.jpg

Last edited by komrad_toast (2015-03-19 09:38:24)

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#44 2015-03-19 18:27:37

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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

I'm using i3 again for a couple of months now.
I will probably rewrite my bar in Golang or C. Currently it's just a simple conky script, but unfortunately it's not very cpu efficient, causing a high battery drain when idling.

Clean:
thumb_screenshot_march_clean.png

Busy:
thumb_screenshot_march_busy.png

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#45 2015-03-20 19:19:34

Reznor
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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

Still have things to add to this config, this is how it looks currently

Clean

BLNdU7X.png

Busy

JvCWo8G.png


rm -rf /

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#46 2015-03-22 14:08:23

Leopard
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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

Xfce 4.12

MZ3lo9i.png

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#47 2015-03-23 00:16:16

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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

subverted wrote:

Hey, what's that cool wall...?

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#48 2015-03-23 14:41:30

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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

cameo wrote:
subverted wrote:

Hey, what's that cool wall...?

Hey, i like it too and found it. Here is the link for 1366x768 resolution:
http://www.pickywallpapers.com/3d/lands … t-picture/


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#49 2015-03-23 19:43:33

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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

Leopard wrote:

Hi,
What font are you using for your GUI?

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#50 2015-03-23 22:14:35

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Re: March 2015 Screenshots thread

I love the colors here! Mind sharing? Do you know if there's a vim theme matching the urxvt colors?


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