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#51 2008-01-03 19:29:12

WernerL
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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

I felt in love with quadkonsole tongue
1337mo4.th.jpg

yeah, do everything commandline, it's fucking 1337... :S big_smile:D

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#52 2008-01-03 21:03:02

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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

WernerL wrote:

I felt in love with quadkonsole tongue
http://img169.imageshack.us/img169/6055/1337mo4.th.jpg

yeah, do everything commandline, it's fucking 1337... :S big_smile:D

awesome dude


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#53 2008-01-03 22:59:09

Ankka
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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

http://koti.mbnet.fi/azy/evilwm_04012008.png

New year, new screenshot..  and the perhaps best wm ever out-of-box. It could have a little more settings, but mostly it has everything and nice keybindings with a plain install.. no other wm has this. smile

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#54 2008-01-03 23:26:26

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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

Ankka,

I see you are using the new Mac OS X Time Machine wallpaper. Very slick.

What is that in the lower right corner?

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#55 2008-01-04 01:04:09

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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

I too have a question for Ankka: how do you layout your pidgin tabs this way?

By the way, it's great to see an evilwm screenshot once in a while! smile


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#56 2008-01-04 01:10:00

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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

boily wrote:

how do you layout your pidgin tabs this way?

if i understand you correctly, to place the tabs vertically on the side of the conversation window, go to tools - > preferences - > on the first window, near the bottom you see a drop down under the "Tabs" section. here select "Left Vertical"


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#57 2008-01-04 02:02:04

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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

gothmog.todi: Wooo, spooky... I used that wallpaper for ages until a few weeks ago. smile

I really must get round to posting my own desktop here. Not that there's much to see.


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#58 2008-01-04 03:19:02

DonVla
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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

3 o'clock boredom:
screenshotfrom20080104axh9.th.png
it's wintertime.
openbox, wbar, conky.

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#59 2008-01-04 04:07:17

Roberth
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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

Ankka wrote:

http://koti.mbnet.fi/azy/evilwm_04012008.png

New year, new screenshot..  and the perhaps best wm ever out-of-box. It could have a little more settings, but mostly it has everything and nice keybindings with a plain install.. no other wm has this. smile

Is the system tray a part of evilwm or?


Use the Source, Luke!

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#60 2008-01-04 04:53:42

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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

20080103moparxarchthumbgx1.png


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#61 2008-01-04 04:57:43

peets
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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

Roberth wrote:
Ankka wrote:

http://koti.mbnet.fi/azy/evilwm_04012008.png

New year, new screenshot..  and the perhaps best wm ever out-of-box. It could have a little more settings, but mostly it has everything and nice keybindings with a plain install.. no other wm has this. smile

Is the system tray a part of evilwm or?

From visiting the evilwm website I would think not.

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#62 2008-01-04 06:44:20

hrist
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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

january_tn.png
After a long time, with-out any screenshots, my first one for 2008 \o/


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#63 2008-01-04 08:40:03

Ankka
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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

Agent69 wrote:

Ankka,

I see you are using the new Mac OS X Time Machine wallpaper. Very slick.

Thanks, I like it a lot.

rson451 wrote:
boily wrote:

how do you layout your pidgin tabs this way?

if i understand you correctly, to place the tabs vertically on the side of the conversation window, go to tools - > preferences - > on the first window, near the bottom you see a drop down under the "Tabs" section. here select "Left Vertical"

Excactly. I do think they're the most usable when horizontally at the bottom or top of the window, but I was really bored and had to test something new.

Agent69 wrote:

What is that in the lower right corner?

peets wrote:
Roberth wrote:

Is the system tray a part of evilwm or?

From visiting the evilwm website I would think not.

Indeed, evilwm doesn't come with all those big bloated features like panels or system trays. wink It's just trayer with a transparent background. I need it for network-manager, and then there's always the couple of apps that use it by default so they show in the tray as well, I'd like them not to but I'm too lazy to edit all the  preferences. smile

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#64 2008-01-04 10:07:55

Roberth
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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

Ankka wrote:
peets wrote:
Roberth wrote:

Is the system tray a part of evilwm or?

From visiting the evilwm website I would think not.

Indeed, evilwm doesn't come with all those big bloated features like panels or system trays. wink It's just trayer with a transparent background. I need it for network-manager, and then there's always the couple of apps that use it by default so they show in the tray as well, I'd like them not to but I'm too lazy to edit all the  preferences. smile

Can I have your config or whatever for trayer?


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#65 2008-01-04 11:01:31

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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

very nice.
openbox, right?
and what font do you use for your window titles?

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#66 2008-01-04 11:14:40

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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

vYTJo

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#67 2008-01-04 11:33:30

Moparx
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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

bionnaki wrote:

very nice.
openbox, right?
and what font do you use for your window titles?

Yes, it is Openbox. smile
Th font  used in the window titles is snap.


And then it happened... a door opened to a world... rushing through the phone line like heroin through an addict's veins, an electronic pulse is sent out, a refuge from the day-to-day incompetencies is sought... a board is found.
        "This is it... this is where I belong..."

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#68 2008-01-04 12:05:39

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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

thumb-screeny.png

No "messy" screenshot as most applications have own workspaces reserved for them, and only open in them (<3 ob per-appliaction settings).
Hasn't changed for long time, only bg and next image update automatically changing the colorschemes of top "bar" (which is just area set in the script and ob is told not to let windows into that area big_smile).
Only messy things are wmapps that autohide.


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#69 2008-01-04 12:05:58

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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

which openbox theme do you use? where can i get the wallpaper?


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#70 2008-01-04 12:26:23

Moparx
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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

pugnacity wrote:

which openbox theme do you use? where can i get the wallpaper?

The theme is "TropicBomb" and here is the wallpaper. smile


And then it happened... a door opened to a world... rushing through the phone line like heroin through an addict's veins, an electronic pulse is sent out, a refuge from the day-to-day incompetencies is sought... a board is found.
        "This is it... this is where I belong..."

Arch Linux x86_64 | LiCo #213644 | blog / configs

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#71 2008-01-04 14:18:12

DonVla
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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

same as above, but now with cool factory wallpaper (and listening to joy division):
screenshotfrom20080104aik4.th.png
clean:
screenshotfrom20080104akb3.th.png

vlad

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#72 2008-01-04 15:06:49

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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

Excellent screenie gotmor, mind sharing your configs?

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#73 2008-01-04 15:12:21

oniq
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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

main.php?g2_view=core.DownloadItem&g2_itemId=124&g2_serialNumber=2]

Archlinux on my eeePC (4G), openbox and gnome-panel.  Holland Dream wallpaper resized to 800x480, resized version on my site, original on Deviantart (not my work).


Acer Aspire Revo AR1600 (Archlinux) - Sits next to the gaming box, for chat and browsing while I play games
Macbook Pro (OS X 10.6) - Main "work"station
Dell XPS 410 (Windows XP Media Center/Win 7 Dual boot) - Gaming box
Lenovo S10 (Jolicloud/testing)

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#74 2008-01-04 15:54:25

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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

oniq wrote:

http://dreamscan.net/pics/main.php?g2_v … lNumber=2]

Archlinux on my eeePC (4G), openbox and gnome-panel.  Holland Dream wallpaper resized to 800x480, resized version on my site, original on Deviantart (not my work).

Nice! smile Did you manages to get the webcam working? (I still struggle to get  mine to work tongue ).

Also, why are you using 2.6.22 kernel? Is it offers a better support?


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#75 2008-01-04 17:02:14

oniq
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Re: January 2008 Screenshots

zodmaner wrote:

Nice! smile Did you manages to get the webcam working? (I still struggle to get  mine to work tongue ).

Also, why are you using 2.6.22 kernel? Is it offers a better support?

I actually have the 4G Surf - so no webcam, I would have never used it.

Haven't had a chance to upgrade to 2.6.23


Acer Aspire Revo AR1600 (Archlinux) - Sits next to the gaming box, for chat and browsing while I play games
Macbook Pro (OS X 10.6) - Main "work"station
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Lenovo S10 (Jolicloud/testing)

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