Looks like you forgot this.
* DO NOT post full resolution screenshots! You can use the "mogrify" command (pacman -S imagemagick) to make a thumbnail of your screenshot:
$ cp screenie.png thumb-screenie.png $ mogrify -resize 20% thumb-screenie.png
Twenty percent of the original size is great for 1024x768 screenies. You can then upload these images to your server and use the following code to show them on the forum:
*** Screenshot changed. The old one was with "Error 404 - Not Found"" ***
Use the "Thumbnail for forums" link code that is supplied by the image hosting sites to post your thumbnail link.
* Once the new month begins please do not post new screenies in the old threads.
* If the screenshot has questionable material that might not be safe to view while at work or in a school setting, please post only a link and not a thumbnail, along with a mention of "Not Safe for Work". Posts that do not adhere to this are subject to deletion without notice at any time.
* Please try to include any links to your wallpaper or configs that you may have and/or the names of your icon theme, running apps, DE, etc. in the same post to reduce unnecessary clutter later.
Last edited by droog (2009-10-31 22:29:41)
here is mine
...and very nice it is. You could have added a clean shot to reveal the wallpaper that is tantalizingly peeking out from behind the windows (just sayin' )
jordanmthomas: how did you get your tty1 to look like that? (font, colors, terminal management)
font: Install terminus-font and run
# zenburn for the Linux console echo -en "\e]P01e2320" #zen-black (norm. black) echo -en "\e]P8709080" #zen-bright-black (norm. darkgrey) echo -en "\e]P1705050" #zen-red (norm. darkred) echo -en "\e]P9dca3a3" #zen-bright-red (norm. red) echo -en "\e]P260b48a" #zen-green (norm. darkgreen) echo -en "\e]PAc3bf9f" #zen-bright-green (norm. green) echo -en "\e]P3dfaf8f" #zen-yellow (norm. brown) echo -en "\e]PBf0dfaf" #zen-bright-yellow (norm. yellow) echo -en "\e]P4506070" #zen-blue (norm. darkblue) echo -en "\e]PC94bff3" #zen-bright-blue (norm. blue) echo -en "\e]P5dc8cc3" #zen-purple (norm. darkmagenta) echo -en "\e]PDec93d3" #zen-bright-purple (norm. magenta) echo -en "\e]P68cd0d3" #zen-cyan (norm. darkcyan) echo -en "\e]PE93e0e3" #zen-bright-cyan (norm. cyan) echo -en "\e]P7dcdccc" #zen-white (norm. lightgrey) echo -en "\e]PFffffff" #zen-bright-white (norm. white)
The color in the programs comes from cwrapper (just be sure to chmod -x gcc, g++, and make or you may have troubles)
management?: Are you referring to GNU screen?
also, got all my configs from anrxc at
Last edited by jordanmthomas (2009-11-01 03:32:25)
Since it's getting cold outside, I choose to go with some warmer colors for November
Openbox with Onyx-Citrus theme (included by default)
GTK with slightly altered NOX theme (murrine based)
Conky (System status at the top)
Tint2 (bottom bar)
Last edited by seiichiro0185 (2009-11-01 05:19:59)
Can i see your .Xdefault? Thanks
If you think of MS-DOS as mono, and Windows as stereo,
then Linux is Dolby Digital and all the music is free...
link to wallpaper please
the excellent buftabs plugin.
hey when i use buftabs plugin i m gettin an error
TypeError: tabs.getBrowser is not a function
know why this is happening?
"First learn computer science and all the theory. Next develop a programming style. Then forget all that and just hack." ~ George Carrette