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#551 2009-08-25 20:35:15

ahaslam
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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

I can't believe how well an aao runs with bloat.

tMjd0dw.png

I'm lovin' it, may use Gnome on my desktop too. smile

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#552 2009-08-25 20:44:48

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

Ashren wrote:

Whordijk: If you've got some time on your hands, sure. It's loads of fun if you don't know haskell - you know it is the "feeling your way around a pitch black room with a long narrow stick breaking stuff along the way until you suddenly hit the light switch" sorta feeling.

That's my story with XMonad. smile

Whordijk: You should give it a try, I simply love it, it's the perfect WM for me! That said I don't have much experience with dwm so I cannot really compare the two. If you have time to spare, go for it!

Last edited by myrkiada (2009-08-25 20:49:21)


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#553 2009-08-25 20:53:57

whordijk
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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

Ashren and myrkiada:

Thanks for your replies: I think I might be taking a shot at Xmonad this weekend, just before my new semester starts wink

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#554 2009-08-25 22:04:53

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

whordijk wrote:

Ashren and myrkiada:

Thanks for your replies: I think I might be taking a shot at Xmonad this weekend, just before my new semester starts wink

Good luck. I just switched a few days ago, mainly for ResizableTall and so i wouldn't have to keep updating all my dwm patches. I'd also been drooling over contrib for a few months. I'm liking it alot so far.

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#555 2009-08-26 00:12:11

opothehippo
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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

I use xmonad because even though haskell may not be friendly, the defaults are really good, and its very stable.

Made some edits, now its got more color (thanks to Daisuke_Aramaki) and in general isn't so ugly:

screen3c.th.jpg

screen4q.th.jpg

screen5afe.th.jpg


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#556 2009-08-26 00:52:25

Zepp
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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

droog wrote:
whordijk wrote:

Ashren and myrkiada:

Thanks for your replies: I think I might be taking a shot at Xmonad this weekend, just before my new semester starts wink

Good luck. I just switched a few days ago, mainly for ResizableTall and so i wouldn't have to keep updating all my dwm patches. I'd also been drooling over contrib for a few months. I'm liking it alot so far.

Is there any wmii style tiling layout yet?

I still kinda miss wmii, I hear from wiki the latest code from the repo has xinerama support. I may have to check this out. I've been using xmonad since i got dual screens.

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#557 2009-08-26 02:58:19

DARKGuy
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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

Hey smile

There goes my new desktop, enjoy (click image, 1280x1024 @ 500Kb) big_smile

tMjd3cQ.png

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#558 2009-08-26 08:13:23

dr0p
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Registered: 2008-06-11
Posts: 120

Re: August 2009 Screenshots

tMjd5MA
tMjd5MQ

Back to my anime walls :3


Arch i686 User
xmonad :: xmobar :: urxvt :: vim

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#559 2009-08-26 10:43:00

sim_
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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

Link to Wallpaper, and more good anime-walls, please? big_smile

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#560 2009-08-26 10:59:08

Janarto
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From: Paris
Registered: 2008-09-23
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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

I'm still lagging far behind the average knowledge in customisation here, but i'll get there wink

xfce 4.6 + murrine theme

screenqpo.th.png

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#561 2009-08-26 13:21:22

dr0p
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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

sim_ wrote:

Link to Wallpaper, and more good anime-walls, please? big_smile

Wall: http://i28.tinypic.com/1zdxhxl.jpg

http://www.konachan.com/
http://zip.4chan.org/w/imgboard.html


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xmonad :: xmobar :: urxvt :: vim

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#562 2009-08-26 15:28:36

ST.x
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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

It's been a while. Still XMonad big_smile
Arch_August___09_I_by_BalanceST.png

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#563 2009-08-26 16:18:39

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

whordijk wrote:

Not much has changed: I've changed my wallpaper and adapted my conky configuration. Still with dwm, although I must say I am getting a bit curious because of all the people who are so positive about Xmonad smile Should I give it a try...?
http://hcnop.net/files/linux/screenthumb.png

Could I see your .Xdefaults terminal color scheme?

@firecat53: Could you post your todo, and conky-calender scripts?

Last edited by semperfiguy (2009-08-26 16:21:29)

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#564 2009-08-26 16:21:06

whordijk
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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

semperfiguy wrote:
whordijk wrote:

Not much has changed: I've changed my wallpaper and adapted my conky configuration. Still with dwm, although I must say I am getting a bit curious because of all the people who are so positive about Xmonad smile Should I give it a try...?
http://hcnop.net/files/linux/screenthumb.png

Could I see your .Xdefaults terminal color scheme?

Sure thing!

*background:  #3f3f3f
*foreground:  #dcdccc
! black + red
!urxvt*color0:     #3f3f3f
*color0:      #1E2320
*color1:      #705050
! green + yellow
*color2:      #60b48a
*color3:      #dfaf8f
! blue + purple
*color4:      #506070
*color5:      #dc8cc3
! cyan + white
*color6:      #8cd0d3
*color7:      #dcdccc
! bright-black + bright-red
*color8:      #709080
*color9:      #dca3a3
! bright-green + bright-yellow
*color10:     #c3bf9f
*color11:     #f0dfaf
! bright-blue + bright-purple
*color12:     #94bff3
*color13:     #ec93d3
! bright-cyan + bright-white
*color14:     #93e0e3
*color15:     #ffffff

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#565 2009-08-26 17:20:28

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

Zepp wrote:
droog wrote:
whordijk wrote:

Ashren and myrkiada:

Thanks for your replies: I think I might be taking a shot at Xmonad this weekend, just before my new semester starts wink

Good luck. I just switched a few days ago, mainly for ResizableTall and so i wouldn't have to keep updating all my dwm patches. I'd also been drooling over contrib for a few months. I'm liking it alot so far.

Is there any wmii style tiling layout yet?

I still kinda miss wmii, I hear from wiki the latest code from the repo has xinerama support. I may have to check this out. I've been using xmonad since i got dual screens.

Thats true and it even works pretty good


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#566 2009-08-26 17:37:52

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

As I did this setup on a very old laptop, this is a very minimal configuration to gain maximum speed smile

clean:
tMjgxZw

qmpdclient:
tMjgxaQ

opera:
tMjgxaA

Usually I prefer Firefox over Opera, but at least opera-snapshot from archlinuxfr repo is a whole lot faster than Firefox.

Panel: lxpanel
WM: Openbox

The graph near the clock displays the CPU load.

EDIT: YES! posted on 13:37 servertime  big_smile

Last edited by thoughtcrime (2009-08-26 17:42:02)


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#567 2009-08-26 18:55:41

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

semperfiguy wrote:

@firecat53: Could you post your todo, and conky-calender scripts?

The todolist is based on todo.sh, which I manage on my server (so I can run a little aimbot to send/receive todo's from my non-smartphone), and copy over to my laptop periodically with cron (todobackup.sh) and run through a wrapper script (todolist.sh) to put the output in the format I prefer.

The Google calendar listing is based conkyGoogleCalendar.py, which I found online (I believe througth the ubuntu forums). I run conky-calendar.sh via cron, which stores the most recent calendar in a file, then displayed with conky. I use a basic cache, so it will only copy the calendar if it can successfully pull it in (i.e., i'm connected to the internet)...otherwise it saves the old one to use.

It's all a bit convoluted, but it works for me smile

Scott

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#568 2009-08-27 01:08:50

Daisuke_Aramaki
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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

OpenBSD4.5 EEE1000H

vMjg0OQ


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#569 2009-08-27 01:29:06

brisbin33
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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

much patience can be found in #xmonad.  much patience.

main screen; standard Tall layout with golden ratio sized master:
desktop_0908262120-thumb.png

im layout, can cycle through all my standard layouts in the other 9/10th of that workspace; current background showing in mirage:
desktop_0908262122-thumb.png

nifty circle layout, magicFocus keeps the focused window front and center, additional windows are placed circularly around the outside:
desktop_0908262124-thumb.png

Last edited by brisbin33 (2009-08-27 02:26:42)

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#570 2009-08-27 02:10:15

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Registered: 2009-05-31
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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

Daisuke_Aramaki: Nice as always.

brisbin33: What's the "golden ratio"?

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#571 2009-08-27 02:19:46

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

RagePie wrote:

brisbin33: What's the "golden ratio"?

the wikidetails.  think big part, small part.  the ratio of the whole to the big part = the ratio of the big part to the small part.  its an irrational number thought to be an aesthetically pleasing ratio.  lots of examples in nature, anatomy, architecture, etc.

in xmonad you can define what percentage the master pane should take up, and i found some xmonad.hs online that had this:

ratio           = toRational (2/(1 + sqrt 5 :: Double)) -- golden ratio

which (thanks to haskell) is about as close an approximation to an irrational number you'll ever get to use in a config file big_smile

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#572 2009-08-27 02:51:41

RagePie
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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

tMjg0bQ
1280x1024

Here is my screenshot of Arch Linux 2009.08 x64. I am now testing JFS. Shown: Evilwm, Xcompmgr, Xterms, Ncmpc, and Bash.

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#573 2009-08-27 10:44:35

Rasi
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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

wmii again..

2009_08_27_124227_1024x768_scrot_pwhqnv.png


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#574 2009-08-27 10:59:04

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

@RagePie

Thanks mate.

@Rasi

sehr schön!


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#575 2009-08-27 12:50:04

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

a34-270809-1336.th.png
I took (the upcoming) awesome 3.4 for a spin.


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