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#826 2012-05-30 19:19:43

eightbitraptor
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From: Cheadle Hulme, UK
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Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

donniezazen wrote:

@eightbitraptor I like your colors. Your .Xdefaults does not contain any color arguments. Did I miss something?

Most of my colours are just defaults. I just use the default vim theme with

:set background=dark

and ncmpcpp is standard out of the box stuff. The only small tweaking I've done is in my awesome theme (modified default but just made the taskbar background colours black) and in my bash prompt, which lives here https://github.com/eightbitraptor/dotfi … /prompt.sh

BOLD_BLUE="\[\033[00;34m\]"
BLUE="\[\033[00;34m\]"
YELLOW="\[\033[00;33m\]"
BOLD_CYAN="\[\033[01;36m\]"
CYAN="\[\033[00;36m\]"
LIGHT_RED="\[\033[01;31m\]"
WHITE='\[\033[0m\]'

export PROMPT_COMMAND='echo -ne "\033]0;${PWD}\007"'

export PS1="$LIGHT_RED\h: $CYAN\W $YELLOW\$(parse_git_branch)$WHITE ➤ "
export CLICOLOR=1
export LSCOLORS=gxFxCxDxBxegedabagacad

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#827 2012-05-31 11:57:19

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From: berlin
Registered: 2012-01-13
Posts: 95

Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

"Finally" i got my perfect archsome!-system (there are little things i have to fix, like the the googlecalendar-widget(work in progress))! my setup: vim w/ molokai-colors, ranger, urxvt, moc w/ vim-like keybindings, googlecalendarwidget w/ gcalcli-backend, pentadactyl, pidgin w/ otr and overall molokai-colors...

dirty: tZTE0bg

clean: tZTE0bQ & tZTE0bw

Last edited by flexo3001 (2012-05-31 12:01:00)


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#828 2012-05-31 15:14:37

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Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

can u share some infos about this calendar ? does this widget communicate with googlecalendar?

Last edited by intrntbrn (2012-05-31 15:14:55)

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#829 2012-05-31 15:55:33

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Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

intrntbrn wrote:

can u share some infos about this calendar ? does this widget communicate with googlecalendar?

the widget is just a naughty notification (on mouse hover) which prints, with the function awful.util.pread(), the given output of gcalcli (it uses the python-gdata-api). i wrote a few lines to test it (see the screenshot and code); just the agenda-output without any formatting. if there is anyone with greater lua-skills and ideas..... a "native" widget would be nicer or at least more functionality like a offset to switch weeks, months ....my lua and pythonskills at zerolevel

local gcal = nil

function remove_gcal()
    if gcal~= nil then
        naughty.destroy(gcal)
        gcal = nil
    end
end

function add_gcal()
    remove_gcal()
    local gcalcinfo = awful.util.pread("gcalcli --user youruser --pw yourpw --24hr --nc agenda")
    gcalcinfo = string.gsub(gcalcinfo, "%$(%w+)", "%1")
    gcal = naughty.notify({
        text = string.format('<span font_desc="%s">%s</span>', "terminus", gcalcinfo), 
        timeout = 0, hover_timeout = 0.5,
    })
end
mywidget:add_signal("mouse::enter", function()
    add_gcal()
end)
mywidget:add_signal("mouse::leave", remove_gcal)

in addition: it will be much more better with the use of the .gcalclirc

gcalcli github:
https://github.com/insanum/gcalcli

Last edited by flexo3001 (2012-05-31 16:02:39)


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#830 2012-05-31 16:18:14

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Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

thanks for sharing. it works fine for me, but defining gmail acc data in rc.lua sucks smile iam trying to get the data from .netrc.

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#831 2012-05-31 16:27:10

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Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

intrntbrn wrote:

thanks for sharing. it works fine for me, but defining gmail acc data in rc.lua sucks smile iam trying to get the data from .netrc.

or just the .gcalclirc wink i have to configure it too
there are good options i have seen.

Last edited by flexo3001 (2012-05-31 16:28:12)


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#832 2012-05-31 17:31:29

intrntbrn
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Posts: 66

Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

---------- google calendar
	function string:split(sep)
        local sep, fields = sep or " ", {}
        local pattern = string.format("([^%s]+)", sep)
        self:gsub(pattern, function(c) fields[#fields+1] = c
	end)
        return fields
	end

	function getgmail()
	local netrc = io.open("/home/intrntbrn/.netrc", "r")
	local gmailstr = netrc:read("*all")
	netrc:close()
	-- remove all unimportant strings
	gmailstr = string.gsub(string.gsub(gmailstr, "machine mail.google.com login ", ""), "password ", "")
	gmaildata = { }
	-- token this string
	gmaildata = gmailstr:split(" ")
	guser = string.gsub(gmaildata[1], "\0", "")
	gpw = string.gsub(gmaildata[2], "\n", "")
	return nil
	end

	getgmail()

	local gcal = nil

	function remove_gcal()
	    if gcal~= nil then
		naughty.destroy(gcal)
		gcal = nil
	    end
	end

	function add_gcal()
	    if (guser and gpw) then
		remove_gcal()
		local gcalcinfo = awful.util.pread("gcalcli --user " .. guser .. " --pw " .. gpw .. " --24hr --nc agenda")
		gcalcinfo = string.gsub(gcalcinfo, "%$(%w+)", "%1")
		gcalcinfo = gcalcinfo:match( "(.-)%s*$") -- removed trailing whitespace
		today = os.date("%A, %d. %B") .. "\n"
		gcal = naughty.notify({
		    title = today,
		    text = gcalcinfo,
		    timeout = 0,
		    fg = white,
		    bg = blue,
		    screen = mouse.screen,
		    ontop = true,
		    border_color = black,
		})
	    end
	end
	mytextclock:add_signal("mouse::enter", add_gcal)

	mytextclock:add_signal("mouse::leave", remove_gcal)

it isnt very elegant, but works for me. the gmail line (machine mail.google.com bla bla) must be at first line at .netrc.
if your interested in getting notified (via naughy) on emails, check out my github. i also edited vicious/gmail.lua to store all subjects of unread mails. this combination of both really rocks. thank you

Last edited by intrntbrn (2012-06-01 16:58:46)

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#833 2012-05-31 21:40:20

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Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

So I been a tweakin!
Single monitor only this time but It's starting to turn into more of what I am after.

Fake Dirty:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5686945/Screens … 66x768.png

Clean:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5686945/Screens … 66x768.png

Last edited by eightbitraptor (2012-05-31 21:40:54)

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#834 2012-06-02 06:21:38

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Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

Changed the colors, messed with GTK theme, and some more

Clean
tZTIxMw

Pseudo-Busy (Tile)
tZTIxOA

Pseudo-Busy (Float)
tZTIxNw

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#835 2012-06-02 06:35:37

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Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

Clean
tZTIxZA

Fake Busy
tZTIxZQ

Vim color scheme: inkpot (I modded it slightly so strings dont have a different bg color)
Terminal color scheme: I stole thayer's Monokai scheme posted on the forums somewhere. The blue's need some fixing though.

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#836 2012-06-02 14:04:54

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Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

created a very eyefriendly theme matching vombat vim colors.

DhF52.png

really like it so far.

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#837 2012-06-03 01:57:50

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Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

ZekeSulastin wrote:
frank.rehfeld wrote:

What have you done with firefox. It looks great! And what is this bar on the left?

Two major extensions:
Pentadactyl - vim-type keybinds, bar on the bottom, all kinds of neat stuff.  Try it and see smile

Tree Style Tab - hierarchical tab bar; I have mine set to the left side, narrow to only show icons unless hovered by the mouse.

Long time Pentadactyl user, and this just blew my mind. I'm a slut for maximizing my screen real estate, and this tag setup is amazing. Thanks for the great find.


arch.kde | arch.i3

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#838 2012-06-03 02:13:58

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Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

Oh rite, I forgot one other fairly neat thing my config does: I generally don't want to hit swap or oom but I sometimes do things that very quickly escalate to that point, so I have awesome set up to automatically spawn a naughty popup and make the RAM status indicator much more eye catching; there's a warning threshold and a BG Red FG White critical threshold.

Here's a shot of the warning autopoup:
lowram.png

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#839 2012-06-03 08:27:43

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Posts: 42

Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

@intrntbrn what is in the window on the right side of the music player?


:wq

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#840 2012-06-03 11:22:27

intrntbrn
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Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

its that script:

#!/bin/sh

declare -i  f=75 s=13 r=2000 t=0 c=1 n=0 l=0
declare -ir w=$(tput cols) h=$(tput lines)
declare -i  x=$((w/2)) y=$((h/2))
declare -ar v=(    [00]="\x83" [01]="\x8f" [03]="\x93"
        [10]="\x9b" [11]="\x81" [12]="\x93"
        [21]="\x97" [22]="\x83" [23]="\x9b"
        [30]="\x97" [32]="\x8f" [33]="\x81" )

OPTIND=1
while getopts "f:s:r:h" arg; do
    case $arg in
    f)    ((f=($OPTARG>19 && $OPTARG<101)?$OPTARG:$f));;
    s)    ((s=($OPTARG>4  && $OPTARG<16 )?$OPTARG:$s));;
    r)    ((r=($OPTARG>0)?$OPTARG:$r));;
    h)    echo -e "Usage: pipes [OPTION]..."
        echo -e "Animated pipes terminal screensaver.\n"
        echo -e "  -f [20-100]\tframerate (D=75)."
        echo -e "  -s [5-15]\tprobability of a straight fitting (D=13)."
        echo -e "  -r LIMIT\treset after x characters (D=2000)."
        echo -e "  -h\t\thelp (this screen).\n"
        exit 0;;
    esac
done

tput smcup
tput reset
tput civis
while ! read -t0.0$((1000/$f)) -n1; do
    # New position:
    (($l%2))    && ((x+=($l==1)?1:-1))
    ((!($l%2))) && ((y+=($l==2)?1:-1))

    # Loop on edges (change color on loop):
    ((c=($x>$w || $x<0 || $y>$h || $y<0)?($RANDOM%7-1):$c))
    ((x=($x>$w)?0:(($x<0)?$w:$x)))
    ((y=($y>$h)?0:(($y<0)?$h:$y)))

    # New random direction:
    ((n=$RANDOM%$s-1))
    ((n=($n>1||$n==0)?$l:$l+$n))
    ((n=($n<0)?3:$n%4))

    # Print:
    tput cup $y $x
    echo -ne "\033[1;3${c}m\xe2\x94${v[$l$n]}"
    (($t>$r)) && tput reset && tput civis && t=0 || ((t++))
    l=$n
done
tput rmcup

Last edited by intrntbrn (2012-06-03 11:24:22)

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#841 2012-06-03 11:36:01

tlamer
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Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

@intrntbrn very nice smile thanks. you wrote the code?


:wq

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#842 2012-06-03 11:57:44

intrntbrn
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Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

nope, found it here.

but i just wrote this:

		function getBrowserBookmarks()
			local dwbbookmarks = io.open("/home/intrntbrn/.config/dwb/default/bookmarks")
			local bm = dwbbookmarks:read("*all")
			dwbbookmarks:close()
			local bmfield = { }
			bmfield = bm:split("\n")
			local mytable = { }
			mymenu = { }

			for i,v in ipairs(bmfield) do
				table.insert(mytable, bmfield[i]:split(" "))
				mytable[i][2], mytable[i][1] = bmfield[i]:match("(.-)%s+(.*)")
				table.insert(mymenu, { mytable[i][1], function () sexec(browser .. mytable[i][2]) end })
			end

			return mymenu
		end

		function getGtkBookmarks()
			local gtkbookmarks = io.open("/home/intrntbrn/.gtk-bookmarks")
			local bm = gtkbookmarks:read("*all")
			gtkbookmarks:close()
			local bmfield = { }
			bmfield = bm:split("\n")
			local mytable = { }
			mygtkmenu = { }

			for i,v in ipairs(bmfield) do
				table.insert(mytable, bmfield[i]:split(" "))
				mytable[i][2], mytable[i][1] = bmfield[i]:match("(.-)%s+(.*)")
				string.gsub(mytable[i][2], "file://", "")
				table.insert(mygtkmenu, { mytable[i][1], function () sexec(fm .. mytable[i][2]) end })
			end

			return mygtkmenu
		end

		function showGtkBookmarkMenu(menu, args)
			if not menu then
				menu = {}
			end
			menu.items = getGtkBookmarks()
			local m = awful.menu.new(menu)
			m:show(args)
			return m
		end

		function showBrowserBookmarkMenu(menu, args)
			if not menu then
				menu = {}
			end
			menu.items = getBrowserBookmarks()
			local m = awful.menu.new(menu)
			m:show(args)
			return m
		end

	function string:split(sep)
		local sep, fields = sep or " ", {}
		local pattern = string.format("([^%s]+)", sep)
		self:gsub(pattern, function(c) fields[#fields+1] = c
		end)
		return fields
	end

this reads the bookmarks from the best browser around here (dwb) and shows a menu with it. you can also do this with your gtk-bookmarks, so can u just bookmark a folder (in thunar, etc) and its in your awesome menu // gtk-code added

Last edited by intrntbrn (2012-06-03 12:29:20)

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#843 2012-06-03 18:53:05

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Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

awesome.jpg

My configuration:

  • Floating only layout

  • Few keyboard shortcuts

  • No menus

  • Ontop clients are not shown in taskbar

  • Clock, volume, battery and wi-fi widgets

  • dmenu with xft and height patches from AUR

https://github.com/ecmel/awesome.git

Last edited by ecmel (2012-06-21 12:56:13)

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#844 2012-06-05 22:36:06

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Posts: 436

Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

Almost the same configuration:

2012_06_06_002454_1600x900_scrot.jpg

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#845 2012-06-09 12:20:57

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Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

TheImmortalPhoenix wrote:

Any chance you could upload this to your deviant art collection ? I can't seem to locate it big_smile Looks very good!

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#846 2012-06-09 13:14:40

ibrunton
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Posts: 270

Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

TheImmortalPhoenix wrote:

Could I see your mutt config, please?  I love the way it looks!

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#847 2012-06-09 13:51:27

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Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

jnor wrote:
TheImmortalPhoenix wrote:

Any chance you could upload this to your deviant art collection ? I can't seem to locate it big_smile Looks very good!

I just have a similar shot in my gallery...tell me what you want and i'll provide it to you wink

@ ibrunton: here you go:

muttrc

set charset = UTF8

set header_cache =~/.mutt/cache/headers
set message_cachedir =~/.mutt/cache/bodies
set certificate_file =~/.mutt/certificates
set mailcap_path = $HOME/.mutt/mailcap

mailboxes =/INBOX

folder-hook 'gmail1' 'source ~/.mutt/accounts/gmail1'
folder-hook 'gmail2' 'source ~/.mutt/accounts/gmail2'
folder-hook 'yahoo' 'source ~/.mutt/accounts/yahoo'

# switch to default account on startup
source ~/.mutt/accounts/gmail1

macro index <f2> '<sync-mailbox><enter-command>source ~/.mutt/accounts/gmail1<enter><change-folder>!<enter>'
macro index <f3> '<sync-mailbox><enter-command>source ~/.mutt/accounts/gmail2<enter><change-folder>!<enter>'
macro index <f4> '<sync-mailbox><enter-command>source ~/.mutt/accounts/yahoo<enter><change-folder>!<enter>'


account-hook gmail1 'set imap_user=**** imap_pass=*****'
account-hook gmail2 'set imap_user=**** imap_pass=*****'
account-hook yahoo 'set imap_user=***** imap_pass=*****'


bind editor <space> noop
macro index gi "<change-folder>=INBOX<enter>" "Go to inbox"
macro index gs "<change-folder>=[Gmail]/sent<enter>" "Go to Sent Mail"

set move = no  #Stop asking to "move read messages to mbox"!
set imap_keepalive = 300
set mail_check = 120

# View

set date_format="%d %b %y ◦ %H:%M"
set index_format="%Z ◦ %{%d %b %y}, %{%H:%M} │ %-32.32L ◦ (%4c) │ %s"

set nostrict_threads                    # Lets have some fuzzy threading.
set pager_context=2                     # Paging down a message leaves 5 lines of overlap, so you don't get lost
set pager_index_lines=8                 # Show 8 messages on either side of the message I'm reading.
set pager_stop                          # Don't skip msgs on next page.
set sort=threads                        # Sort by threads
set sort_aux=date-received              # Sort threads by date received.

# URL & HTML
macro index,pager \cb "<enter-command> set my_pdsave=\$pipe_decode<enter>\
        <enter-command> unset pipe_decode<enter>\
        <pipe-message>extract_url<enter>\
        <enter-command> set pipe_decode=\$my_pdsave<enter>" "get URLs"

alternative_order text/enriched text/plain text/html
auto_view text/html

# Header stuff
ignore "Authentication-Results:"
ignore "DomainKey-Signature:"
ignore "DKIM-Signature:"
hdr_order Date From To Cc

ignore *
unignore from: date subject to cc
unignore x-mailing-list: posted-to:
unignore x-mailer:

# For better looks
set markers=no # don't put '+' at the beginning of wrapped lines
set pager_index_lines= 10 # how large is the index window?
set sort = 'threads'
set sort_aux = 'last-date-received'

# My Editor
set editor='vim + -c "set textwidth=72" -c "set wrap" -c "set nocp" -c "?^$"'

set include = yes                               # Include Message In Replies
set fcc_attach                                  # Forward Attachments
unset reply_self                                # Don't Include Myself When Replying To A Group
set attribution="On %d, %n wrote:"
set forward_format="Fwd: %s"
set indent_str="> "                             # Indented Text Prefaced By This String.

source ~/.mutt/dark.color   # Colors

account config example

set from = "example@gmail.com"
set realname = "Your Name"
set hostname = "What you want"
set imap_user = "example@gmail.com"
set imap_pass = "Pass"
set folder = "imaps://imap.gmail.com:993"
set spoolfile = "+INBOX"
set record="imaps://imap.gmail.com/[Gmail]/sent"
set smtp_url = "smtp://example@smtp.gmail.com:587/"
set smtp_pass = "Pass"
set ssl_force_tls = yes

colors

# -[ DEFAULT COLOR DEFINITIONS ]-----------------------------------------------

color hdrdefault yellow         default
color quoted     cyan           default
color quoted1    magenta        default
color quoted2    yellow         default
color quoted3    red            default
color quoted4    cyan           default
color signature  red            default
color indicator  default        black
color attachment black          default
color error      yellow         default
color message    white          default
color search     white          default
color status     yellow         default
color tree       yellow         default
color normal     white          default
color tilde      black          default
color bold       white          default
color markers    red            default

# -[ COLOUR DEFINITIONS WHEN ON A MONO SCREEN ]--------------------------------

mono bold        bold
mono underline   underline
mono indicator   reverse

# -[ COLOURS FOR ITEMS IN THE READER ]-----------------------------------------

color header     red            default         "^X-Junked-Because:"
mono  header     bold                           "^(From|Subject|X-Junked-Because):"
color header     white          default         '^(status|lines|date|received|sender|references):'
color header     magenta        default         '^from:'
color header     white          default         '^(to|cc|bcc):'
color header     magenta        default         '^(subject):.*$'

# -[ COLOURS FOR ITEMS IN THE INDEX ]------------------------------------------

# Regular new messages
color index cyan          default   "~N !~T !~F !~p !~P"

# Regular tagged messages
color index red           default    "~T !~F !~p !~P"

# Regular flagged messages
color index magenta       default     "~F !~p !~P"

# Messages to me
color index white         default "~p !~N !~T !~F !~P"
color index brightcyan    default "~p ~N !~T !~F !~P"
color index white         default "~p ~T !~F !~P"
color index white         default "~p ~F !~P"

# Messages from me
color index white         default "~P !~N !~T !~F"
color index white         default "~P ~N !~T !~F"
color index white         default "~P ~T !~F"
color index white         default "~P ~F"

# Messages which mention my name in the body
color index yellow        default "~b \"phil(_g|\!| gregory| gold)|pgregory\" !~N !~T !~F !~p !~P"
color index yellow        default "~b \"phil(_g|\!| gregory| gold)|pgregory\" ~N !~T !~F !~p !~P"
color index yellow        default "~b \"phil(_g|\!| gregory| gold)|pgregory\" ~T !~F !~p !~P"
color index yellow        default "~b \"phil(_g|\!| gregory| gold)|pgregory\" ~F !~p !~P"

# Messages which are in reference to my mails
color index magenta       default "~x \"(mithrandir|aragorn)\\.aperiodic\\.net|thorin\\.hillmgt\\.com\" !~N !~T !~F !~p !~P"
color index magenta       default "~x \"(mithrandir|aragorn)\\.aperiodic\\.net|thorin\\.hillmgt\\.com\" ~N !~T !~F !~p !~P"
color index magenta       default "~x \"(mithrandir|aragorn)\\.aperiodic\\.net|thorin\\.hillmgt\\.com\" ~T !~F !~p !~P"
color index magenta       default "~x \"(mithrandir|aragorn)\\.aperiodic\\.net|thorin\\.hillmgt\\.com\" ~F !~p !~P"

# Messages to root, etc.
color index cyan          default "~C \"(root|postmaster|abuse|mailer-daemon)@\" !~N !~P !~p"
color index cyan          default "~C \"(root|postmaster|abuse|mailer-daemon)@\" ~N !~P !~p"

# Big messages
color index cyan          default "!~N ~z 102400-"
color index cyan          default "~T !~F !~p !~P ~z 102400-"
color index cyan          default "~N ~z 102400-"

# Deleted messages
color index red           default "!~N ~D"
color index red           default "~N ~D"


# -[ HIGHLIGHTS INSIDE THE BODY OF A MESSAGE. ]--------------------------------

color body      brightmagenta   default         "(http|https|ftp|news|telnet|finger)://[^ \">\t\n]*"
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Xcursor.theme: Adwaita
Xcursor.size: 16

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#848 2012-06-09 14:05:37

jnor
Member
Registered: 2012-03-21
Posts: 13

Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

TheImmortalPhoenix wrote:
jnor wrote:
TheImmortalPhoenix wrote:

Any chance you could upload this to your deviant art collection ? I can't seem to locate it big_smile Looks very good!

I just have a similar shot in my gallery...tell me what you want and i'll provide it to you wink

Your screenshot looks like this: http://theimmortalphoenix.deviantart.co … /#/d4wgrp0

Except widgets are change around quite a bit smile

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#849 2012-06-09 15:07:47

TheImmortalPhoenix
Member
From: 127.0.0.1
Registered: 2011-08-13
Posts: 436

Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

Yes, indeed...however this is my new rc.lua, now i use dmenu, dnetcfg and dpm for menu, connection and shutdown...i like them so far...

http://ompldr.org/vZTdkYg

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#850 2012-06-09 18:47:36

doug piston
Member
From: Seattle
Registered: 2011-09-11
Posts: 387
Website

Re: Share your Awesome(WM) desktop!

@TheImmortalPhoenix,

As always, enjoy your screenshots. Nice work mate. smile

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