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#226 2011-11-20 03:31:58

ichase
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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

Active on old Compaq Presario laptop:

75ec28160249023.jpg

With multiple color cordinated conkys, tint2 and menu:

0e686b160178265.jpg

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#227 2011-11-20 08:07:33

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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

OK100 wrote:

I managed to fix it

Thanks! You're awesome. I'm using it right now.

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#228 2011-11-20 10:20:08

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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

stlarch wrote:
Ypnose wrote:

Your font is really interesting. If you could create a font for 22' screen (1920x1080), it can be my new favourite font...

Thanks. All I have right now is this netbook screen to test things on. I'm going to break down and buy a new monitor for myself for x-mas (my other one crapped out) and I'll be able to test smaller sizes better. Have you tried the artwiz-fonts? Snap and maybe Anorexia?

Yes, I'm currently using Artwiz for my status bar in dwm (glisp). Snap and Anorexia are a bit too small for me (in a term). A perfect font with 12 pixelsize, is terminus. It could give you a range of dimension..


Github -- My terminal font Envypn

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#229 2011-11-20 12:02:04

Varg
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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

Gnome 3


tYmQ4dg


Shell & Gtk theme: SLAVE
Icons: Faenza

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#230 2011-11-20 19:05:18

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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

screenshot-at-2011-11-20.jpg

screenshot-at-2011-11-20.jpg

compiz-standalone,dockx

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#231 2011-11-20 19:19:22

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#232 2011-11-20 19:55:35

na12
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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

karabaja4 wrote:

Nope,it is dockbarx standalone,although I was thinking about one for bmpanel2.

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#233 2011-11-20 20:58:02

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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

na12 wrote:
karabaja4 wrote:

Nope,it is dockbarx standalone,although I was thinking about one for bmpanel2.

DockX's looking great big_smile  Could you please provide theme? And most importantly, what are you using as systray and clock? Is it integrated in your dockx or is it something like tint2 on top of the dock?

Thanks in advance smile

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#234 2011-11-20 21:12:20

na12
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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

flaque wrote:
na12 wrote:
karabaja4 wrote:

New bmpanel2 theme? Can you upload it please? smile

Nope,it is dockbarx standalone,although I was thinking about one for bmpanel2.

DockX's looking great big_smile  Could you please provide theme? And most importantly, what are you using as systray and clock? Is it integrated in your dockx or is it something like tint2 on top of the dock?

Thanks in advance smile

Yes,I am using tint2 on top of the dock as systray and clock.

Here you go theme for dockx
http://nale12.deviantart.com/art/DMD-268455691

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#235 2011-11-20 21:42:41

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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

tYmRpeg
Using Awesome.


Play the man, Master Ridley; we shall this day light such a candle, by God's grace, in England, as I trust shall never be put out.
-Hugh Latimer

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#236 2011-11-20 21:49:56

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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

fritolay wrote:

Inconsolata Droid Sans Mono Slashed(?): nice. You might want to look at the infinality patchset...

Last edited by jasonwryan (2011-11-20 21:52:03)


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#237 2011-11-20 21:59:33

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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

jasonwryan wrote:
fritolay wrote:

Inconsolata Droid Sans Mono Slashed(?): nice. You might want to look at the infinality patchset...

Thanks for the suggestion. I just installed it, and it is Inconsolata.

Last edited by fritolay (2011-11-20 22:04:57)


Play the man, Master Ridley; we shall this day light such a candle, by God's grace, in England, as I trust shall never be put out.
-Hugh Latimer

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#238 2011-11-21 02:29:20

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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

my awesome on archlinux
i think it's simple~~
what do you think of it? smile
tYmRuMg

Last edited by pheotiman (2011-11-21 02:54:52)


asus x88v
awesome on archlinux
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#239 2011-11-21 06:54:20

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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

screenshotat20111120171.th.png

Awesome WM, urxvt (terminal), ncmpcpp (music player). Notice ncmpcpp being served with my spotify library mpd-style via mopidy-git! It makes it nicely integrated in a slim desktop as this.

Configs and inspiration

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#240 2011-11-21 09:06:33

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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

Nothing fancy, again different resolutions. Shame you can't do multi DPI on virtual screen.
tYmRwZQ
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#241 2011-11-21 12:27:48

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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

fritolay wrote:

hey~ I just want to know what kind of font you're using in the shots, thx~


asus x88v
awesome on archlinux
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#242 2011-11-21 17:57:35

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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

kveras wrote:

http://img844.imageshack.us/img844/3039/screenshotat20111120171.th.png

Awesome WM, urxvt (terminal), ncmpcpp (music player). Notice ncmpcpp being served with my spotify library mpd-style via mopidy-git! It makes it nicely integrated in a slim desktop as this.

Configs and inspiration

Nice one. Wallpaper, please!

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#243 2011-11-21 18:09:15

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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

travkin wrote:

Nice one. Wallpaper, please!

Here are some variations on the same theme. Pick the one you like the most.

Here is the one I use.

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#244 2011-11-21 19:11:17

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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

nikki wrote:

Clean-ish:

http://i.imgur.com/3s4vIs.jpg

Dirty:

http://i.imgur.com/gx5A8s.jpg

Running i3 with conky-cli piped to dzen2 for the info bar on the bottom.

Is this i3 v4? If so, how'd you get the workspace buttons in your conky/dzen2 infobar? i3-wsbar doesn't seem to work with i3 v4 over here.

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#245 2011-11-21 20:26:04

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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

Switched to DWM after six years of WMII... cool

tYmUwcQ

Seen above:

Changes since last month:

  • Switched from WMII to DWM

  • Switched from Xoria256 to Zenburn in Vim

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#246 2011-11-21 22:13:12

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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

sunaku wrote:

Switched to DWM after six years of WMII... cool

http://ompldr.org/tYmUwcQ

You did THE right choice.


Github -- My terminal font Envypn

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#247 2011-11-21 22:32:32

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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

Good choise, i used awesome wm and now i'm using wmfs, but i think that i'll switch to dwm as soon as possible...i've read many good things about it, can you confirm this to me?

sunaku, what is the script (similar to alsi) in the terminal above in the left?

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#248 2011-11-21 22:42:29

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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

pheotiman wrote:
fritolay wrote:

hey~ I just want to know what kind of font you're using in the shots, thx~

I'm using Inconsolata. You can get it from the community repo.


Play the man, Master Ridley; we shall this day light such a candle, by God's grace, in England, as I trust shall never be put out.
-Hugh Latimer

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#249 2011-11-21 23:31:18

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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

@Sunaku
 
It looks interesting, nice work !
You have disabled resizehints in config.h?

static Bool resizehints = False; /* False means respect size hints in tiled resizals */

there are empty gaps of desktop space outside terminal windows.


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#250 2011-11-22 00:11:13

sunaku
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Re: November 2011 Screenshots

TheImmortalPhoenix wrote:

Good choise, i used awesome wm and now i'm using wmfs, but i think that i'll switch to dwm as soon as possible...i've read many good things about it, can you confirm this to me?

Thanks, I like it so far.  After applying some DWM patches, I don't feel so homesick (WMII) anymore. big_smile

TheImmortalPhoenix wrote:

sunaku, what is the script (similar to alsi) in the terminal above in the left?

That script is none other than alsi itself wink

#!/bin/sh
font=$(xrdb -query | fgrep -i tamsyn | cut -f2 | head -1)
alsi -l "$@" | sed "1d; \$d; s/CPU  */CPU /; s/Sans .*/$font/"

It doesn't detect the font properly so I had to patch it in from xrdb.

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