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#176 2005-10-22 22:28:32

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

dust wrote:

bah, anyone know how to make the xfce panel not have the perforations on the sides, you know the area you grab to moveit about ?

You can't turn that off, because then you wouldn't be able to move the panel... :shock:


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#177 2005-10-22 22:38:27

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

I've seen screenies with panel looking smooth without the perferations though sad .


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#178 2005-10-22 23:20:37

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

dust: xfce's svn panel from a long time ago could do that, i imagine it still can.


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#179 2005-10-22 23:21:23

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

svn panel?


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#180 2005-10-22 23:35:48

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

Yeah, I use Xfce development version and those borders aren't there because you set panel location in a different way than drag-n-drop.

Speaking of which:
r3con_20051022_thumb.jpg

Xfce (SVN build from my repo), Firefox (1.5b2, from my repo), Eterm, conky. Wallpaper by me.


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#181 2005-10-22 23:38:11

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

Nice screeny, looks like I gotta add your repo down for when I get my laptop home big_smile .


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#182 2005-10-23 04:50:44

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

Well, figure I may as well get in on this too.

screenshot-thumb.png
Enlightenment, urxvt, cowsay, pacman, conky, beep media player.

Minimized games: XMahjongg, Frozen-Bubble, Gweled, LBreakout2, Moon Lander.

Wallpaper by my GF, of a character I used to play in Exalted.

Oh, and yes, I realize my CPU temp monitor is completely wrong, or I have the best Athlon CPU ever built... I'm still trying to get i2c working. tongue

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#183 2005-10-23 05:14:10

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

Same as last month:

thumb-archlinux3.png


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#184 2005-10-23 05:51:11

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

[URL=http://img483.imageshack.us/my.php?image=snapshot150jp.png]snapshot150jp.th.png[/URL]


Sorry i had to

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#185 2005-10-23 09:45:05

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

Cerebral wrote:

Well, figure I may as well get in on this too.

screenshot-thumb.png
Enlightenment, urxvt, cowsay, pacman, conky, beep media player.

Minimized games: XMahjongg, Frozen-Bubble, Gweled, LBreakout2, Moon Lander.

Wallpaper by my GF, of a character I used to play in Exalted.

Oh, and yes, I realize my CPU temp monitor is completely wrong, or I have the best Athlon CPU ever built... I'm still trying to get i2c working. tongue

What have you done to get those minimized games??? I am guessing it is not ibox??!?!


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#186 2005-10-23 09:48:03

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

This is my latest e17-desktop, it feutures some new modules, such as e-volume and e-calendar...

other than that, it is GANT theme, with a static backgound from get-e.org

new_screenie_thumb_546.jpg

Bigger version
http://www.linuxportalen.com/files/new_screenie_132.jpg


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#187 2005-10-23 15:01:35

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

CyberTron wrote:

What have you done to get those minimized games??? I am guessing it is not ibox??!?!

It's just the standard E16 iconbox, with the following configuration:
http://www.student.cs.uwaterloo.ca/~tjw … x-conf.png

Then I resized it to fit the right-hand side, and turned off the borders from the regular right-click window-menu.

Important to note: once borders are turned off, with the transparent background in the iconbox, you can't access the menus normally anymore.  You have to minimize a window to the iconbox, then hold alt and right-click on the minimized icon to pull up the window menu options again (to add a border, say, if you want to resize/move it around).

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#188 2005-10-23 17:15:54

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

ArchWD ver. 1.2
thumb-archwd-1.2.png

New user packages in ArchWD repo.
1. curvemenu-0.1.tar.gz (Curve pixmap root and panel menu.)
2. twotubesdecor-0.1.wm.tar.gz (Decoration Twotubes.)

Other packages seen in the picture:
1. roundendpanel-0.1.1.wm.tar.gz (Round ended panel in Fluxbox style.)
2. defaultpager-0.2.1.wm.tar.gz (FVWM pager with simple style.)
3. wallpaperbrowser-0.1.wm.tar.gz (Wallpaper browser for png and jpg pictures.)
4. decorbrowser-0.2.wm.tar.gz (Decoration browser.)

Package repo:
http://user-contributions.org/projects/archwd/pkg/

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#189 2005-10-24 00:21:05

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

Clean:
2005-10-23_clean_thumb.png

Busy:
2005-10-23_busy_thumb.png


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#190 2005-10-24 06:17:21

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

kth5: you use a AA font for your term, but non-AA for desktop? :shock:


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#191 2005-10-24 06:27:28

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

shadowhand wrote:

kth5: you use a AA font for your term, but non-AA for desktop? :shock:

i dun use the desktop much, so...  wink
anyway, cannot remember setting any of the fonts to be antialiased, just DisplaySize in xorg.conf was enough for me.


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#192 2005-10-24 09:20:54

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

Cerebral wrote:
CyberTron wrote:

What have you done to get those minimized games??? I am guessing it is not ibox??!?!

It's just the standard E16 iconbox, with the following configuration:
http://www.student.cs.uwaterloo.ca/~tjw … x-conf.png

Then I resized it to fit the right-hand side, and turned off the borders from the regular right-click window-menu.

Important to note: once borders are turned off, with the transparent background in the iconbox, you can't access the menus normally anymore.  You have to minimize a window to the iconbox, then hold alt and right-click on the minimized icon to pull up the window menu options again (to add a border, say, if you want to resize/move it around).

ahh, it was sooo simple big_smile

*thanks*


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#193 2005-10-24 09:23:06

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

rasat wrote:

ArchWD ver. 1.2
thumb-archwd-1.2.png

New user packages in ArchWD repo.
1. curvemenu-0.1.tar.gz (Curve pixmap root and panel menu.)
2. twotubesdecor-0.1.wm.tar.gz (Decoration Twotubes.)

Other packages seen in the picture:
1. roundendpanel-0.1.1.wm.tar.gz (Round ended panel in Fluxbox style.)
2. defaultpager-0.2.1.wm.tar.gz (FVWM pager with simple style.)
3. wallpaperbrowser-0.1.wm.tar.gz (Wallpaper browser for png and jpg pictures.)
4. decorbrowser-0.2.wm.tar.gz (Decoration browser.)

Package repo:
http://user-contributions.org/projects/archwd/pkg/

Rasat: Your ArchWD is looking better for every screenshot you send!!  Great Work!!!


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#194 2005-10-24 09:54:32

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

CyberTron wrote:

Rasat: Your ArchWD is looking better for every screenshot you send!!  Great Work!!!

That's the beauty of having packages of different functions and layouts, and they are upgradable (pactk -up). Example, the latest twotubesdecor-0.2 is nicer then 0.1. There is a pixmap behind the title.
http://user-contributions.org/projects/ … sdecor.jpg

What is still missing is a nice looking pager. The defaultpager package doesn't match with pixmaped panel, menu or decor. Its in the process.

The packages what I am making are made simple and serve as samples for others to see how to do. Hopefully getting a small number of users to contribute.

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#195 2005-10-24 11:50:58

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CyberTron wrote:

EDIT: saw that you said it was from deviantart..but what is it's name?

Oh, sorry.

It's called A Gift Of Moonlight.

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#196 2005-10-24 12:18:02

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postlogic wrote:
CyberTron wrote:

EDIT: saw that you said it was from deviantart..but what is it's name?

Oh, sorry.

It's called A Gift Of Moonlight.

Thanks, it is very nice big_smile


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#197 2005-10-24 16:10:09

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

rasat wrote:

What is still missing is a nice looking pager.

With the help of pressh, here is bluepixmapager-0.1.wm.tar,gz
http://user-contributions.org/projects/ … -pager.jpg

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#198 2005-10-24 22:57:54

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

Some changes from FVWM's Panbox... Now all is dark.

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#199 2005-10-24 23:19:06

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

i made a new desktop but i am gonna hold off until nov. to post it otherwise i won't have anything to post ;-p my mac desktop is also looking cool!

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#200 2005-10-25 01:03:45

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Re: October 2005 Arch Screenshots

Xfce-SVN
20051024-3.png

Xfce4-terminal
Thunar File Manager
20051024-2.png

Xfburn
20051024-1.png

wallpapers can be found here  since I know Ill get some requests for it like every place else.

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