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#251 2007-09-27 16:51:08

Funbird
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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

little changes smile

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#252 2007-09-27 18:47:53

gotmor
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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

Some modifications...

Xmonad and dzen:

vNHM5

Terminals are rxvt-unicode..

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#253 2007-09-27 19:25:46

justin
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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

archsept2thumb.png

Same stuff, although still thinking about trying fluxbox.
+ openbox
+ urxvt
+ sonata
+ pypanel
+ tint/ttm
+ visibility

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#254 2007-09-27 19:52:12

rico1986
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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

workspace-thumb.png

Last edited by rico1986 (2007-09-27 19:59:57)


regards, Tim

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#255 2007-09-27 20:35:15

noclue
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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

a1ex wrote:

How did you get visibility to look like that, especially transparency?

Visibility Config:

# a sample config file for visibility.
# this file goes in ~/.config/visibility/config
# it can be used to set a theme and override specific options.

# uncomment this option to use the theme 'magicaltheme'
# themes are stored in ~/.themes/theme_name/visibility/theme
# theme syntax is identical to the syntax of this config file.
# (yes, a theme could 'inherit' from another theme by specifying a theme!)

#theme magicaltheme

orientation bottom_right    # set this to the corner of the desktop that you
                            # would like visibility to be placed. valid options:
                            # top_left, top_right, bottom_left, bottom_right
                            
gap_x 3                     # the amount of space to leave between the pager and
                            # the side of the desktop.
                            
gap_y 3                     # the amount of space to leave between the pager and
                            # the top or bottom of the desktop.

image_size 16               # the pixel size of an icon; icons are square.

spacing 4                   # the amount of space to leave between icons as well
                            # as between the edge of the window and the icons.

border_width 1              # the width of the border around the window. can be 
                            # set to 0 if your window manager (like openbox!) 
                            # can provide its own borders for borderless
                            # windows.

desktop_separation 8        # the amount of space to leave between desktops.

show_desktop_names true     # whether or not to show desktop names. these names
                            # are specified by your window manager. valid
                            # options are 'true' and 'false'.

single_desktop_mode false   # whether or not to show only windows from the
                            # current desktop.

bg_colour ABABAB         # the background colour

border_colour 000000        # the border colour

active_text_colour 000000   # the colour of the name of the active desktop.

inactive_text_colour 5D5D5D # the colour of the name an inactive desktop.

font anorexia            # the name of the font to use. this is an xft name,
                            # so one could use 'verdana:pixelsize=10' or
                            # 'verdana-10'.
                            
inactive_bg_colour ABABAB   # the background colour of inactive desktops.

active_bg_colour ABABAB        # the background colour of active desktops.
                            # if you hate this setting, set it to the same as
                            # bg_colour and inactive_bg_colour, and you will
                            # probably be a happy camper.

set_partial_strut false     # whether or not to reserve space on the desktop
                            # edge. this is useful if you do not want windows
                            # to maximize over visibility.

set_window_type true        # if true, visibility sets itself to be of 'dock'
                            # type, which is meant for panels. this is useful if
                            # you want it to be 'always on top', and other
                            # panel-like things.

tooltip_padding 4           # the amount of padding to have inside tooltips.

tooltip_time 0.5            # the number of seconds before a tooltip shows up.

tooltip_bg_colour ABABAB    # the tooltip background colour.

tooltip_border_colour 000000  # the tooltip border colour.

tooltip_text_colour 464646  # the colour of text in tooltips

tooltip_font anorexia       # the font to use in tooltips

text_spacing 4              # the amount of spacing to leave between the
                            # desktop name and first icon.

active_tint 000000          # the colour to tint the active window with

active_tint_amount 0        # the amount to tint the active window (0..1)

inactive_tint ffffff        # the colour to tint inactive windows with

inactive_tint_amount 0.2    # the amount to tint active windows (0..1)

iconified_tint 0            # the colour to tint iconified (and 'hidden')
                            # windows with

iconified_tint_amount 0.55  # the amount to tint iconified windows (0..1)

Then I use devilspie to have transset set the transparency when X starts. Hope that helps!

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#256 2007-09-27 20:45:52

a1ex
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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

i was hoping for some kind of patch allowing a transparent bg, not the whole program. but thanks anyway.

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#257 2007-09-28 08:50:11

Origynet
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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

PhrAok wrote:

j'adore !

Merci Beaucoup !! wink


Piou Piou

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#258 2007-09-28 10:55:01

Xilon
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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

img13242101e9edx55a37822.png
WM: Subtle

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#259 2007-09-28 13:11:45

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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

subtle looks pretty nifty, xilon.  the lua configuration might be a turn-off though.. neutral

i'll be trying it out in any case smile

Last edited by upsidaisium (2007-09-28 13:12:17)


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#260 2007-09-28 14:36:41

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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

Never even heard of Subtle. Definately going to check it out, looks nice.

Xilon, what to do you think of it? Compared to other tiling wm's like dwm, xmonad, and ion. (all of which i have used)


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#261 2007-09-28 15:06:13

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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

Arch and Gnome 2.20 goodness..

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Last edited by sincity (2007-09-28 15:07:18)

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#262 2007-09-28 15:15:52

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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

you know we love it minimal roll

newdesk.png.xs.jpg

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#263 2007-09-28 20:34:00

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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

Oh, dude, this server is sooo slow yikes

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#264 2007-09-28 22:59:39

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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

trx wrote:

Hi trx,

Nice config. Would you mind to share it? wink

Anyway... I've got 2 questions:

What's that icon located at the top right corner in your tray? That one with the bubble and the clock beside the sonata icon.

I've seen this one a bunch of times in some screenshots, but I've got no clue what it is.


Is the MPD display with the clock on the left side at the bottom of the screen, conky?

If yes, config please wink

What font do you use for this?

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#265 2007-09-29 01:04:50

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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

lordsen wrote:

What's that icon located at the top right corner in your tray? That one with the bubble and the clock beside the sonata icon.

It's pidgin.


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#266 2007-09-29 04:09:01

Xilon
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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

SleepingGiant08 wrote:

Never even heard of Subtle. Definately going to check it out, looks nice.

Xilon, what to do you think of it? Compared to other tiling wm's like dwm, xmonad, and ion. (all of which i have used)

It's nice, very nice. It's also very buggy smile. Atm the keybindings don't work for me at all, so I have no keyboard control, and there are various bugs that will crash subtle. Nonetheless the developer is quick to try and fix these bugs and he's very open to suggestions/features. I don't currently use subtle as my main WM since I wouldn't get any work done wink but once it gets omre usable I think I'll stick with it for a while.

The LUA configuration isn't bad, the config file itself is quite simple (reminds me of python really) and short. Subtle has sublets, which are basically objects within the status bar, and they are in LUA as well, so if you don't like LUA, writing these sublets would probably be more annoying.

In terms of a comparison... well I can't really compare. Atm subtle would probably be the most similar to wmi (not wmii), due to its layout flexibility. It doesn't currently have tags as such, afaik, but it probably will. It's still a young project so it's hard to tell...

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#267 2007-09-29 09:21:26

Xilon
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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

krib wrote:

http://xs119.xs.to/xs119/07380/2007-09- … png.xs.jpg
hmm
[*]urxvt
[*]screen
[*].screenrc, mpd-script
[*].bashrc + .Xdefaults
[*]gtk-font: Bitstream Vera Sans 8, fluxbox font; artwiz snap(.se)

panel = the one that comes with fluxbox yikes

How did you get irssi to show the channel numbers and names like that?

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#268 2007-09-29 09:40:28

krib
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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

Xilon wrote:

How did you get irssi to show the channel numbers and names like that?

with adv_windowlist.pl

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#269 2007-09-29 09:40:28

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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

Xilon wrote:
krib wrote:

http://xs119.xs.to/xs119/07380/2007-09- … png.xs.jpg
hmm
[*]urxvt
[*]screen
[*].screenrc, mpd-script
[*].bashrc + .Xdefaults
[*]gtk-font: Bitstream Vera Sans 8, fluxbox font; artwiz snap(.se)

panel = the one that comes with fluxbox yikes

How did you get irssi to show the channel numbers and names like that?

i think its http://anti.teamidiot.de/static/nei/*/C … dowlist.pl
u can read more about it: http://f0rked.com/articles/irssi

edit: oops krib got me to it

Last edited by dolby (2007-09-29 09:41:04)


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#270 2007-09-29 11:59:12

Loke
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Registered: 2005-10-21
Posts: 139

Re: September 2007 Screenshots

krib wrote:

http://xs119.xs.to/xs119/07380/2007-09- … png.xs.jpg
hmm
[*]urxvt
[*]screen
[*].screenrc, mpd-script
[*].bashrc + .Xdefaults
[*]gtk-font: Bitstream Vera Sans 8, fluxbox font; artwiz snap(.se)

panel = the one that comes with fluxbox yikes

What icons are you using? (On sonata) yikes

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#271 2007-09-29 12:33:37

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#272 2007-09-29 12:41:34

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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

i gotta admit, its pretty cool .. i like it, its original really

smile


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#273 2007-09-29 13:06:55

upsidaisium
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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

Xilon wrote:

The LUA configuration isn't bad, the config file itself is quite simple (reminds me of python really) and short. Subtle has sublets, which are basically objects within the status bar, and they are in LUA as well, so if you don't like LUA, writing these sublets would probably be more annoying.

i'm not 100% sure what it is, but there's something that bothers me about lua yikes  maybe i haven't given it a fair try..

i'll keep an eye on subtle anyways, because it looks like it could turn into something pretty cool (even if i'll have to write some lua! tongue)

Last edited by upsidaisium (2007-09-29 13:08:21)


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#274 2007-09-29 16:35:17

Funbird
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Re: September 2007 Screenshots

pedepy wrote:

i gotta admit, its pretty cool .. i like it, its original really

smile

thx, i play with many wm´s and tools, but i always still look for the correct composition. smile

Last edited by Funbird (2007-09-29 16:35:35)

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#275 2007-09-29 17:27:30

Loke
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