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#126 2011-10-09 12:57:06

KejPi
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

After a lot of tuning, this is finally something I am quite satisfied with.

QtCurve + Bespin windeco

tYXE4eQ

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#127 2011-10-09 13:15:02

czard0z
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Here's mine (conky and wallpaper stolen from somewhere tongue)
tYXE3YQ

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#128 2011-10-09 16:30:35

t4k1t
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Just wrote some scripts for my dzen2 (mail and feeds)

Clean:
201110091820523286x1080.th.png

Dirty:
201110091818063286x1080.th.png


Who we are is but a stepping stone to what we can become...

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#129 2011-10-09 16:53:17

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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

MzZeus.png
yqAV3s.png

Ich bin ein herbstluftwmer.

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#130 2011-10-09 17:04:41

sunaku
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

hellomynameisphil wrote:

Willkommen!  I suggest using a non-default terminal color scheme because your blues are hard to read. yikes

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#131 2011-10-09 18:02:51

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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Nice screenshot with the stuff I study:

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#132 2011-10-09 18:17:23

djjcast
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Space Invaders + Molokai Color Scheme
V1H0n.jpg

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#133 2011-10-09 20:41:58

hellomynameisphil
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

sunaku wrote:
hellomynameisphil wrote:

Willkommen!  I suggest using a non-default terminal color scheme because your blues are hard to read. yikes

Thanks for the suggestion. I can read the blues OK and I have yet to find an alternative colour scheme that I like. Most of them are quite washed out and bland-looking. Maybe I am colour-blind, but the default scheme works OK for me! :-)

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#134 2011-10-09 21:51:57

possiblefool
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Registered: 2011-06-18
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Pretty similar to last month, few tweaks here and there.
clean: 89b5f.jpg
dirty; 0abbe.jpg

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#135 2011-10-10 05:44:22

nmapper
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

MrCode wrote:

^ It might just be because of the purple "spotlight" background, but that looks eerily Ubuntu-like to me… tongue

Not that that's a bad thing, necessarily, I'm just pointing it out.

yeah, i thinks it is because wallpaper, so, the original wall got an ubuntu logo, i use gimp-resynth.
wink

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#136 2011-10-10 08:13:33

vmat
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

IceWM with IceClearlooks theme.
Dolphin with KFaenza icons.

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#137 2011-10-10 17:17:19

na12
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Registered: 2008-12-23
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

2011-10-10-1818161280x80.jpg

Openbox and dockx

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#138 2011-10-10 17:42:52

Unia
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

My current Compiz standalone set up:

tYXF3Zw


If you can't sit by a cozy fire with your code in hand enjoying its simplicity and clarity, it needs more work. --Carlos Torres

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#139 2011-10-10 19:49:37

ninjaaron
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

hellomynameisphil wrote:

Thanks for the suggestion. I can read the blues OK and I have yet to find an alternative colour scheme that I like. Most of them are quite washed out and bland-looking. Maybe I am colour-blind, but the default scheme works OK for me! :-)

I can read your blues just fine too, actually... whether I find the default color scheme asthetically pleasing is another matter, but you're the one who has to use it.

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#140 2011-10-10 21:00:20

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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Still rocking wmii... since 2005! cool

New:
tYXIweQ (This is me playing with Xresources bold and underline color combinations from xoria256.)
Clean:
tYWg1eg
Busy:
tYWg1eQ

Seen above:

Changes since last month:

  • Notification status bar applet now integrates with notify-send(1).

$ wmii -v
wmii-hg2807+, ©2010 Kris Maglione

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#141 2011-10-10 21:09:18

sunaku
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

ninjaaron wrote:
hellomynameisphil wrote:

Thanks for the suggestion. I can read the blues OK and I have yet to find an alternative colour scheme that I like. Most of them are quite washed out and bland-looking. Maybe I am colour-blind, but the default scheme works OK for me! :-)

I can read your blues just fine too, actually... whether I find the default color scheme asthetically pleasing is another matter, but you're the one who has to use it.

Agreed.  I only made the suggestion because whenever I see default terminal color schemes, I immediately think that perhaps the person is new or simply doesn't know that the colors can be changed or that there are better schemes out there.  Like Morpheus in the Matrix, I want to welcome them to the world beyond defaults! cool

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#142 2011-10-10 21:25:26

hellomynameisphil
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

sunaku wrote:

Agreed.  I only made the suggestion because whenever I see default terminal color schemes, I immediately think that perhaps the person is new or simply doesn't know that the colors can be changed or that there are better schemes out there.  Like Morpheus in the Matrix, I want to welcome them to the world beyond defaults! cool

I do appreciate the suggestion. It's not so much that I find the defaults aesthetically pleasing, I just haven't found anything that I like better and haven't messed with it much. I'll probably end up "taking the red pill" someday!

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#143 2011-10-10 21:27:50

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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Cool! In order to use dockx do you have to be enabled a composite?

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#144 2011-10-10 21:38:18

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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Pretty!  xmonad, right?
but... don't you have a pager/virtual workspaces?

And share your wall pls!


we are Arch.
you will be assimilated!
resistance is futile!

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#145 2011-10-10 21:46:40

na12
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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

toketin wrote:

Cool! In order to use dockx do you have to be enabled a composite?

No

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#146 2011-10-10 22:19:36

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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

na12 wrote:
toketin wrote:

Cool! In order to use dockx do you have to be enabled a composite?

No

Ok thanks but there isn't it in repo or aur right?

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#147 2011-10-11 00:15:38

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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Still xmonad + xmobar:
tYXIzdQ

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#148 2011-10-11 03:03:28

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Re: October 2011 Screenshots

Gnome 3 smile

Clean
tYXI1cA

Busy
tYXI1cQ

tYXI1cg

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#149 2011-10-11 06:17:17

na12
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Registered: 2008-12-23
Posts: 752

Re: October 2011 Screenshots

toketin wrote:
na12 wrote:
toketin wrote:

Cool! In order to use dockx do you have to be enabled a composite?

No

Ok thanks but there isn't it in repo or aur right?

It is in AUR as dockbarx.

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#150 2011-10-11 09:52:07

dmz
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