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#76 2012-06-03 20:03:44

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

OK100 wrote:

I made a simple homepage (inspired by Meyithi's one):
http://ompldr.org/tZTJxaQ

That looks great.


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#77 2012-06-03 20:09:21

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

Šaran wrote:

DWM, changed colors after a long time, gone xft in urxvt, started using tmux.

Clean
http://ompldr.org/tZTJwNw   

Fake dirty
http://ompldr.org/tZTJwOQ


Credits to stlarch for ohsnap, x_fausto for colors, JokerBoy and OK100 for their dwm repos and dotfiles.


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#78 2012-06-03 23:12:54

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

gnomeye wrote:
xenjii wrote:
Dustbin wrote:

What's your window theme? Looks awesome!

The gtk is called kuroa and the window manager border theme is called ACID.

I'm wondering which apps are you using there ;-) Mind sharing pls?

rox-filer, ncmpcpp, irssi and a .Xdefaults colour script =]


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#79 2012-06-04 06:19:03

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

Meyithi wrote:

Care to share the font on your terminal, and how you made it look so sharp and nice? Thanks!

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#80 2012-06-04 07:02:55

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

dsdeiz wrote:
Meyithi wrote:

Care to share the font on your terminal, and how you made it look so sharp and nice? Thanks!

I've not done anything special, it's Dina 15, here's my .Xresources.


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#81 2012-06-04 13:38:08

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

Sweet! Had no idea Dina could look this nice. Thanks!

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#82 2012-06-04 17:03:59

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

After some time playing around -> this is my xfce arch smile

Clean
screenshot-06042012-0654.jpg

Dirty
screenshot-06042012-0655.jpg

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#83 2012-06-04 20:18:27

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

chamber wrote:
OK100 wrote:

I made a simple homepage (inspired by Meyithi's one):
http://ompldr.org/tZTJxaQ

That looks great.

Thanks! I put it on github: https://github.com/ok100/homepage.py

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#84 2012-06-04 20:31:56

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

OK100 wrote:
chamber wrote:
OK100 wrote:

I made a simple homepage (inspired by Meyithi's one):
http://ompldr.org/tZTJxaQ

That looks great.

Thanks! I put it on github: https://github.com/ok100/homepage.py

Thank you!

Will have a play about. Will also have to see what else I can steal of yours. Some great stuff in there...


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#85 2012-06-05 00:44:36

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

OK100 wrote:
chamber wrote:
OK100 wrote:

I made a simple homepage (inspired by Meyithi's one):
http://ompldr.org/tZTJxaQ

That looks great.

Thanks! I put it on github: https://github.com/ok100/homepage.py

nice script by the way..

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#86 2012-06-05 00:55:11

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

OK100 wrote:
chamber wrote:
OK100 wrote:

I made a simple homepage (inspired by Meyithi's one):
http://ompldr.org/tZTJxaQ

That looks great.

Thanks! I put it on github: https://github.com/ok100/homepage.py

Cloned and built my own. Very much appreciate that. Thank you. smile

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#87 2012-06-05 14:46:39

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

Finally got my new laptop charger in and have it up again... Hell, the last one I had only had an 4.3 amp O/P and this big SOB easily has a 6 amp draw so I ordered a 8.7.. I need new batteries as well. One is totally shot and the other isn't far behind.. hmm  Still sporting DWM...

True 'dirty'.. Except the alsi and colors script usually are doing other things of course..
t-June1.png

Boring and clean.....
t-June2.png


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#88 2012-06-05 16:08:56

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

Giving monsterwm a spin.  I have to say, I'm impressed with this tiny, little guy.

Clean: tZTN1NQ Busy: tZTN1MA

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#89 2012-06-05 20:14:01

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

n1x4 wrote:

Finally got my new laptop charger in and have it up again... Hell, the last one I had only had an 4.3 amp O/P and this big SOB easily has a 6 amp draw so I ordered a 8.7.. I need new batteries as well. One is totally shot and the other isn't far behind.. hmm  Still sporting DWM...

True 'dirty'.. Except the alsi and colors script usually are doing other things of course..
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/58127896/t-June1.png

Boring and clean.....
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/58127896/t-June2.png


Conky found here from the conky config thread.

Forgive my newbie-ness but how did you get those lines in your terminal that indicate that you're on a new line? I see them everywhere in everyone's terminals but have no idea how they do it.

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#90 2012-06-05 20:31:28

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

wgetfree wrote:

Forgive my newbie-ness but how did you get those lines in your terminal that indicate that you're on a new line? I see them everywhere in everyone's terminals but have no idea how they do it.

https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=50885

Take a look here.


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#91 2012-06-05 21:50:26

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

wgetfree wrote:
n1x4 wrote:

Finally got my new laptop charger in and have it up again... Hell, the last one I had only had an 4.3 amp O/P and this big SOB easily has a 6 amp draw so I ordered a 8.7.. I need new batteries as well. One is totally shot and the other isn't far behind.. hmm  Still sporting DWM...

True 'dirty'.. Except the alsi and colors script usually are doing other things of course..
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/58127896/t-June1.png

Boring and clean.....
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/58127896/t-June2.png


Conky found here from the conky config thread.

Forgive my newbie-ness but how did you get those lines in your terminal that indicate that you're on a new line? I see them everywhere in everyone's terminals but have no idea how they do it.


my PS1.....

red="\[\e[0;33m\]"
yellow="\[\e[0;31m\]"

if [ `id -u` -eq "0" ]; then
	root="${yellow}"
else
	root="${red}"
fi

PS1="\[\e[0;37m\]┌─[\@\[\e[0;37m\]][\[\e[0;96m\]${root}\u\[\e[0;37m\]][\[\e[0;32m\]\w\[\e[0;37m\]]\n\[\e[0;37m\]└──╼ \[\e[0m\]"

Use \n\ to break a new line...

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#92 2012-06-05 22:28:35

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

2012-06-06--1338934827_1920x1200_scrot_thumb.png


pie!

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#93 2012-06-06 01:48:00

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

My June SS. Pretty much the same as May. Very few minor changes

Clean:
2012-06-05-213946_1366x768_scrot.png

Dirty:
2012-06-05-214534_1366x768_scrot.png

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#94 2012-06-06 02:51:38

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

n1x4 wrote:

my PS1.....

red="\[\e[0;33m\]"
yellow="\[\e[0;31m\]"

if [ `id -u` -eq "0" ]; then
	root="${yellow}"
else
	root="${red}"
fi

PS1="\[\e[0;37m\]┌─[\@\[\e[0;37m\]][\[\e[0;96m\]${root}\u\[\e[0;37m\]][\[\e[0;32m\]\w\[\e[0;37m\]]\n\[\e[0;37m\]└──╼ \[\e[0m\]"

Use \n\ to break a new line...

Thank you both.

EDIT: When I use that PS1, these symbols "┌─" and "└──╼" appear as question marks in my terminal (urxvt). Why?

Last edited by wgetfree (2012-06-06 03:35:59)

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#95 2012-06-06 04:49:14

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

wgetfree wrote:

When I use that PS1, these symbols "┌─" and "└──╼" appear as question marks in my terminal (urxvt). Why?

Check if a) you have locale set properly (UTF-8), b) your font provides the characters you need to display the prompt (actually the majority of ttf fonts will/should have them).


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#96 2012-06-06 06:21:45

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#97 2012-06-06 19:27:25

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

First post Schizophrenia shot. Default ScrotWM.

Clean

tZTR2cQ

Busyish

tZTR2cg


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#98 2012-06-06 19:41:00

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

Nice shot Daisuke. Maybe you'll recognize this xmonad setup ....

tZTR3aA

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#99 2012-06-06 19:43:03

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

aleks223 wrote:

Nice shot Daisuke. Maybe you'll recognize this xmonad setup ....

*snip

Thanks and yes, I do. Nice shot.


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#100 2012-06-06 19:48:49

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Re: June 2012 Screenshots

Daisuke_Aramaki wrote:

First post Schizophrenia shot. Default ScrotWM.

Clean

http://ompldr.org/tZTR2cQ

Busyish

http://ompldr.org/tZTR2cg

That's really nice! What pdf viewer is that?

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