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#101 2012-12-15 21:38:25

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

Normally I do not use conky on Arch...

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#102 2012-12-16 00:32:32

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

Here's what I currently have. Not much visual changes, but I made quite a few in dmenu (applied the xyw patch; set an x and y offset and a fixed width. Also started using two scripts: dmenu-fm ("filemanager") and dmenu-finder (like OSX's Finder)), I hacked away at dunst removing all sorts of features I don't use (most importantly configuring it with dunstrc) and also my statusbar now supports Audacious instead of MPD. In DWM I'm trying to keep both the statusbar and the system tray on my primary monitor when I'm using two monitors, but so far only the statusbar does that; the system tray is being a pain in the ass. I might just drop it altogether; only use it for Skype and Dropbox anyway. I also have to look into monocle-no-borders...

tZ3BtMg

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#103 2012-12-16 08:56:19

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

Nice Unia, any chance of posting the dmenu-fm and finder scripts?

Cheers
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#104 2012-12-16 13:01:28

Unia
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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

Paul-S wrote:

Nice Unia, any chance of posting the dmenu-fm and finder scripts?

Cheers
Paul-S

Sure! Both of them have been posted here before, in the dmenu hacking thread. My finder script is only a tad different than the original (by Army, mine pipes my dmenu wrapper to set the settings) and the filemanager is a greatly simplified version of Dmenfm by Wintervenom. I couldn't find his script by any links though, so Google brought me to some Eastern European website that had it floating around big_smile

Dmenu-finder:

#!/bin/bash
input="$(xsel -o | $HOME/.bin/dmenu -p "Bestand zoeken:" )"
if [ "$input" != '' ]; then
    result="$(echo "$input" | locate -e -r "$input" | $HOME/.bin/dmenu -p "Zoekresultaat:" )"
    xdg-open "$result"
fi

Dmenu-fm:

#!/bin/bash

menu="$HOME/.bin/dmenu"
filemanager="nautilus"
executor="xdg-open"
show_hidden=0
show_backup=0
dmenu_caseinsens=1
file=1
menu="$menu $([ "$dmenu_caseinsens" == '1' ])"

while [ "$file" ]; do
    file=$((echo -e '..\n.'; ls $([[ "$show_hidden" == '1' ]] && echo '-A') $([[ "$show_backup" == '1' ]] && echo '-B'); echo -e "[Open in $filemanager]") | $menu -p "Blader: $(basename $(pwd)$
    if [ -e "$file" ]; then
        owd=$(pwd)
        if $([ -d "$file" ]); then
            cd "$file"
        else $([ -f "$file" ])
            if [ "$executor" ] && which "$executor" &> /dev/null; then
                exec "$executor" "$owd/$file" &
                unset file
            fi
        fi
    elif [[ "$file" =~ '[Open in' ]]; then
        which "$filemanager" &> /dev/null && exec "$filemanager" . &
        unset file
    fi
done

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#105 2012-12-16 18:23:54

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Registered: 2009-10-28
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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

kamlang wrote:
talumees wrote:
kamlang wrote:

excellent font and GTK looks perfect.
share your experience, please.

Glad you like it,

font is Arimo from ttf-chromeos-fonts
gtk theme is Equinox evolution dusk from gtk-theme-equinox

thanks man, it looks nice!

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#106 2012-12-16 19:14:49

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

As usual, keeping it simple smile

Clean-
UOOed.png
A few terminals-
tz1LX.png

And the wallpaper for anyone that wants it:
http://i.imgur.com/wJIwB.jpg


Laptops:
MSI GS60 Ghost
Asus Zenbook Pro UX501VW
Lenovo Thinkpad X120e

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#107 2012-12-16 19:24:42

skrite
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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

wow, may i have your conky config?

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#108 2012-12-16 19:27:30

TheHebes
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Re: December 2012 Screenshots


Laptops:
MSI GS60 Ghost
Asus Zenbook Pro UX501VW
Lenovo Thinkpad X120e

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#109 2012-12-16 20:10:56

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

KDE
2012-12-16-211000_1366x768_scrot_png_300x300_q85.jpg

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#110 2012-12-17 12:02:39

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

Clean
NzhJt.png

A few terminals
#normal
5sNzG.png

#transparent
Uj2WL.png

WM: DWM
Wallpaper: NEW YORK

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#111 2012-12-17 20:26:20

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

Localizator wrote:

...

What font are you using?

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#112 2012-12-17 21:28:38

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

RATPOISON

@DIRTY
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Originality..............5/5                                                                                                   
First impression....5/5                                                                                                       
Composition..........5/5                                                                                                       
Colors.....................5/5                                                                                                 
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Total Score..........20/20 smile


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#113 2012-12-18 06:11:03

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

herp-a-derp
6tgVwI7lKWSeLuFylIphLG

wallpaper is a vector trace of this with some juju added form my own sketching. My version available on request.
fonts by me
~/.Xresources

experimenting with borderless windows. Normally, text fading is activated (as in the .Xresourses) so I can see which term is active, but I turned it off for the scrot to have a more uniform look.

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#114 2012-12-18 15:02:55

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

ninjaaron wrote:

wallpaper is a vector trace of this with some juju added form my own sketching. My version available on request.

request tongue


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#115 2012-12-18 17:07:58

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

Alright, here is bitmap version that is an appropriate size for my monitor:
http://ubuntuone.com/6kXFk62KqpXET8WB7WBKIQ

and this is the original trace which you can import to gimp as a layer at any size you want and manipulate from there:
http://ubuntuone.com/5OtBQ7GAnJ9JTrH6QpR9vc

You can create a trace of any image in inkscape in less than a minute (of user time, at least. complex traces with a lot of color can take a long time to execute, but something like this takes seconds). Tutorial here:
http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=20559

Last edited by ninjaaron (2012-12-18 17:08:44)

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#116 2012-12-18 23:50:44

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

KDE turned out not to work so well on my laptop as primary machine so I went to FVWM. I am using the default configuration until I can think of something better.

thumb2-screenie.png

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#117 2012-12-19 02:58:27

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

tZ3IzcA

tZ3Izbw

DWM

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#118 2012-12-19 03:08:25

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

Link to screenie

I've been using goomwwm for a few days now and I really like it. Out-of-the-box, it's almost exactly what I want (and it only takes a few command line options to make it just the way I want).

Last edited by upsidaisium (2012-12-19 03:09:55)


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#119 2012-12-19 04:06:10

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

can I have your xresources and the code relating to the network up/down part of your status bar?

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#120 2012-12-19 05:33:22

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

Colors are here https://github.com/w0ng/vim-hybrid

And the conky can be found on my GIT.

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#121 2012-12-19 07:52:30

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

On winter break and decided to try to make an arch live cd for learning experience.

tZ3I2ZA
^There it is so far, trapped in a virtualbox for now. GTK2 and GTK3 theme in there is Black Widow. PekWM theme is of my own making. Also using aWoKen icons, which I haven't colorized to the exact color scheme I want yet. I also need to tweak the spinfinity plymouth theme a tad bit to better fit the random spin I'm doing.

tZ3JlOQ
Another shot showing some default apps (Openastro.org, spacefm, and QTarot).

Last edited by ShadowKyogre (2012-12-19 21:49:56)


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#122 2012-12-19 18:29:54

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

Little holiday-ish theme: DWM

P99Nss.jpg


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#123 2012-12-19 22:46:00

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

Same config with some change.

I've done some little script in order to rotate my second screen. I adapt the wallpaper to the screen orientation.
I've change the wall to art from The Witcher 2 from gog.com bonus.

ecceaeaa-10b9-4ff0-b4e5-374c06feddda.jpg

1920*1080 + 1920*1080 for everything...
http://tof.canardpc.com/view/4e8018e9-0 … ca6fd1.jpg

1920*1080 + 1080*1920 ... except some lecture
http://tof.canardpc.com/view/8d9e9f5e-3 … 641d0c.jpg

subtle (:3) + vim + ncmpcpp.

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#124 2012-12-20 21:20:14

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

I've wanted to try something like this. How do you like it?

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#125 2012-12-20 22:06:54

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Re: December 2012 Screenshots

Oups,
I'm not so fluent, at first I understand the end of the post like "how do you done this ?"
Sorry.

I start(x) with :

#1 - fehbgdroit
feh --bg-tile ~/metro.d/images.d/wallpapers.d/thewitcher2.d/3840x1080-2.png

in my xinitrc.

I've done three more scripts. I keep them all in a .screenlayout directory.

In order to have the good wallpaper in the other configuration I create another wallpaper  :

#2 - fehbginverse
feh --bg-tile ~/metro.d/images.d/wallpapers.d/thewitcher2.d/3840x1080-2.png

For the rotation I use xrandr :

#1 - screendroit
xrandr --output DisplayPort-0 --off --output DVI-1 --mode 1920x1080 --pos 1920x0 --rotate normal --output DVI-0 --mode 1920x1080 --pos 0x0 --rotate normal --output HDMI-0 --off 
#2 - screeninverse
xrandr --output DisplayPort-0 --off --output DVI-1 --mode 1920x1080 --pos 1920x0 --rotate left --output DVI-0 --mode 1920x1080 --pos 0x0 --rotate normal --output HDMI-0 --off

And I just use some alias :
alias paysage='sh ~/.screenlayout/screendroit & sh ~/.screenlayout/fehbgdroit'
alias portrait='sh ~/.screenlayout/screeninverse  & sh ~/.screenlayout/fehbginverse'

Maybe it's possible to only have one wallpaper with a pretty size of 3840x1920.

Last edited by Thom (2012-12-20 22:08:10)

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