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#151 2006-05-12 17:04:33

rezza
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From: Edinburgh, uk
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Re: May 2006 Screenshots

StefanFlan wrote:
rezza wrote:
Aer wrote:
rezza wrote:

11-05-2006-1334-th.png

Clearlooks, now with 50% less ugly.

Can you post a diff or a patch for your clearlooks modifications ?

http://alpha.hostingbeyond.co.uk/~rezza … looks.diff

ehh, how can I use this file? not very familiar with filepatching.... :oops:

Get the gtk-engines source code from gnome cvs, then from the gtk-engines base directory, run "patch -p0 </path/to/rezlooks.diff". Then build and install the modified code normally.

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#152 2006-05-12 17:55:56

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Re: May 2006 Screenshots

phrakture wrote:

OT, but: netvibes.com? Wow this rocks.  It's like google homepage, only done right

More OT: Holy hell! I like it!


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#153 2006-05-12 18:38:53

prim
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Re: May 2006 Screenshots

rezza wrote:

I use the amazon one - works fine for me.

OK, it works here too. I just removed ~/.covers with database created by previous version of this plugin.

Anyway, another Openbox user here smile
2006051229131024x7682vt.th.png


Feel free to correct my English

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#154 2006-05-12 20:16:23

Chman
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Re: May 2006 Screenshots

prim wrote:

Which plugin do you use for cover-art images in gmpc?
I tried coveramazon from Qball's svn but it doesn't work.

Amazon plugin works great here as long as your music tags are correctly set (Artist/Album tags).

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#155 2006-05-12 23:15:07

iphitus
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Re: May 2006 Screenshots

phrakture wrote:

OT, but: netvibes.com? Wow this rocks.  It's like google homepage, only done right

aye, it rocks, integrates better with gmail and google calendar than google's own homepage. I stumbled over it somehow and have been using it ever since, it's pretty damned impressive.

As for the title font, that's a ever continuing irritation for me, no aa fonts available, but I want a nice sans font. I should just install min-tab again and turn them off altogether.

James

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#156 2006-05-12 23:37:22

Klette
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Re: May 2006 Screenshots

Seems to be quite a lot of Openbox users here smile  Thats nice

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#157 2006-05-12 23:38:49

omp
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Re: May 2006 Screenshots

Klette wrote:

Seems to be quite a lot of Openbox users here smile  Thats nice

Very nice. 8)


boo!

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#158 2006-05-12 23:49:22

smoon
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Re: May 2006 Screenshots

Klette wrote:

Seems to be quite a lot of Openbox users here smile  Thats nice

Yeah, there was a time when I thought I was the only one using Openbox. But since I follow the screenshot-threads on the Arch forums I'm getting the feeling that more and more people start using Openbox, which indeed is quite nice!

And here's a screenie:

2006-05-09_thumb.jpg
Full size

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#159 2006-05-12 23:52:39

Gullible Jones
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Re: May 2006 Screenshots

[URL=http://Serv1.imagehigh.com/view.php?id=4220_screen.png&path=/files/ih000001]4220_screen.th.png[/URL]

Water Vapor theme, Edge icons, "Stormy" wallpaper (found in this thread), xcompmgr for shadow effects. Be warned, image is 1.6 MB, no idea why - 'import' compresses PNGs as much as possible last I checked.

(Bizarrely, Water Vapor seems faster than Gray, no idea what's with that.)

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#160 2006-05-13 00:03:44

manicka
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Re: May 2006 Screenshots

last.fm rocks

[URL=http://img105.imageshack.us/my.php?image=screenshot137hc.png]screenshot137hc.th.png[/URL]

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#161 2006-05-13 00:38:13

omp
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Re: May 2006 Screenshots

manicka wrote:

last.fm rocks

I agree. You can even use lastfmproxy to listen to last.fm radio from any player that supports streams. (You control the songs and stuff through a web interface.)


boo!

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#162 2006-05-13 01:12:13

Cimi
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Re: May 2006 Screenshots

rezza wrote:
StefanFlan wrote:
rezza wrote:
Aer wrote:
rezza wrote:

11-05-2006-1334-th.png

Clearlooks, now with 50% less ugly.

Can you post a diff or a patch for your clearlooks modifications ?

http://alpha.hostingbeyond.co.uk/~rezza … looks.diff

ehh, how can I use this file? not very familiar with filepatching.... :oops:

Get the gtk-engines source code from gnome cvs, then from the gtk-engines base directory, run "patch -p0 </path/to/rezlooks.diff". Then build and install the modified code normally.

hi rezza, which font is that one?


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#163 2006-05-13 02:07:52

droog
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Re: May 2006 Screenshots

Cimi wrote:
rezza wrote:
StefanFlan wrote:
rezza wrote:
Aer wrote:
rezza wrote:

11-05-2006-1334-th.png

Clearlooks, now with 50% less ugly.

Can you post a diff or a patch for your clearlooks modifications ?

http://alpha.hostingbeyond.co.uk/~rezza … looks.diff

ehh, how can I use this file? not very familiar with filepatching.... :oops:

Get the gtk-engines source code from gnome cvs, then from the gtk-engines base directory, run "patch -p0 </path/to/rezlooks.diff". Then build and install the modified code normally.

hi rezza, which font is that one?

I just wanted to quote a quote that was qouted a few more times.

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#164 2006-05-13 02:59:42

SleepyDog
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Posts: 114

Re: May 2006 Screenshots

droog wrote:
Cimi wrote:
rezza wrote:
StefanFlan wrote:
rezza wrote:
Aer wrote:
rezza wrote:

11-05-2006-1334-th.png

Clearlooks, now with 50% less ugly.

Can you post a diff or a patch for your clearlooks modifications ?

http://alpha.hostingbeyond.co.uk/~rezza … looks.diff

ehh, how can I use this file? not very familiar with filepatching.... :oops:

Get the gtk-engines source code from gnome cvs, then from the gtk-engines base directory, run "patch -p0 </path/to/rezlooks.diff". Then build and install the modified code normally.

hi rezza, which font is that one?

I just wanted to quote a quote that was qouted a few more times.

Why?

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#165 2006-05-13 03:05:37

iBertus
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Registered: 2004-11-04
Posts: 2,228

Re: May 2006 Screenshots

SleepyDog wrote:
droog wrote:
Cimi wrote:
rezza wrote:
StefanFlan wrote:
rezza wrote:
Aer wrote:
rezza wrote:

11-05-2006-1334-th.png

Clearlooks, now with 50% less ugly.

Can you post a diff or a patch for your clearlooks modifications ?

http://alpha.hostingbeyond.co.uk/~rezza … looks.diff

ehh, how can I use this file? not very familiar with filepatching.... :oops:

Get the gtk-engines source code from gnome cvs, then from the gtk-engines base directory, run "patch -p0 </path/to/rezlooks.diff". Then build and install the modified code normally.

hi rezza, which font is that one?

I just wanted to quote a quote that was qouted a few more times.

Why?

Geez... my head is starting to hurt.

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#166 2006-05-13 03:29:14

syd
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Registered: 2006-01-22
Posts: 155

Re: May 2006 Screenshots

[URL=http://img107.imageshack.us/my.php?image=screenshot1ph.jpg]screenshot1ph.th.jpg[/URL]

gnome + pekwm

Does anyone have a pkg for nitrogen in there repo?

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#167 2006-05-13 03:30:34

rezza
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From: Edinburgh, uk
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Posts: 234

Re: May 2006 Screenshots

Enough with the quote pyramids ffs people. Grow up.

13-05-2006-0433-th.png

Cimi wrote:

hi rezza, which font is that one?

It's Trebuchet MS.

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#168 2006-05-13 06:02:27

omp
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Re: May 2006 Screenshots

syd wrote:

Does anyone have a pkg for nitrogen in there repo?

It's in the AUR.

1.0_rc2
svn


boo!

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#169 2006-05-13 07:46:41

syd
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Re: May 2006 Screenshots

@ omp sorry had trouble compillng it last week but it worked this time.  :oops:

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#170 2006-05-13 09:30:37

Cimi
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Re: May 2006 Screenshots

I've added a rezlooks package on my repo.
Note that the better choice to install it is to sync with my repo because this link may change the first time I'll do an update to it.

http://www.webalice.it/cimi86/arch/i686 … pkg.tar.gz

It provides also other gtk engines "cvs" version.


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#171 2006-05-13 11:06:01

rezza
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From: Edinburgh, uk
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Re: May 2006 Screenshots

Nice one cimi, but it's still in heavy development, I was just sharing what I had so far. The code in the first rezlooks.diff was really quite ugly, doing stupid things like making a gradient from one colour to the same colour instead of just drawing a flat rectangle.

I've been busy with it the last couple of days and have pretty much sorted the code out, and I'm going to make a "proper" release soon - ie a release that is just the rezlooks engine, nothing else, and that won't conflict with clearlooks on the same machine.

Watch this space wink

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#172 2006-05-13 14:42:58

rezza
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Re: May 2006 Screenshots

Cimi: it's available at http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show. … tent=39179 - you should probably package that rather than the clearlooks-cvs patch.

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#173 2006-05-13 14:44:06

Cimi
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Re: May 2006 Screenshots

rezza wrote:

Cimi: it's available at http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show. … tent=39179 - you should probably package that rather than the clearlooks-cvs patch.

Of course... I'm starting to package it.


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#174 2006-05-13 14:53:00

Cimi
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Re: May 2006 Screenshots

#Contributor: cimi86 <cimi86>

pkgname=rezlooks
pkgver=0.3
pkgrel=1
pkgdesc="Rezlooks is a gtk theme engine based on the cairo-enabled CVS clearlooks engine code."
url="http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=39179"
depends=('xorg-server' 'gtk2')
makedepends=('gtk2')
source=(http://www.gnome-look.org/content/files/39179-$pkgname-$pkgver.tar.gz)
md5sums=()

build() {
  cd $startdir/src/$pkgname-$pkgver
  ./configure --prefix=/usr --enable-animation
  make || return 1
  make DESTDIR=$startdir/pkg install
}

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#175 2006-05-13 15:15:51

whargoul
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Registered: 2005-04-04
Posts: 546

Re: May 2006 Screenshots

Cimi wrote:
#Contributor: cimi86 <cimi86>

pkgname=rezlooks
pkgver=0.3
pkgrel=1
pkgdesc="Rezlooks is a gtk theme engine based on the cairo-enabled CVS clearlooks engine code."
url="http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=39179"
depends=('xorg-server' 'gtk2')
makedepends=('gtk2')
source=(http://www.gnome-look.org/content/files/39179-$pkgname-$pkgver.tar.gz)
md5sums=()

build() {
  cd $startdir/src/$pkgname-$pkgver
  ./configure --prefix=/usr --enable-animation
  make || return 1
  make DESTDIR=$startdir/pkg install
}

So, when do you put "rezlooks" in your repo?


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