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#26 2005-11-02 04:36:59

dust
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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

Ludo, can yah likn me to that xfce theme?


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#27 2005-11-02 05:56:43

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

dust wrote:

Ludo, can yah likn me to that xfce theme?

gtk2 theme can be found at: http://art.gnome.org/themes/gtk2/1129

xfwm theme is jsut the default theme for xfce-svn

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#28 2005-11-02 09:51:44

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

Dusty wrote:

I know I got behind, being so busy in the last months, but here's my monthly "I think screenshots threads are stupid" post... Sorry I'm late...

RD&H

Dusty

Hehe..
Well I don't think these threads are stupid, but I'm not gonna put up any more screenshots - whenever I take one I get this funny urge of changing it all again, and I'm running short of good wallpapers/styles anyway.

But keep it up.

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#29 2005-11-02 18:31:05

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

LudoTheGreat wrote:
rmbalfa wrote:

Custom XFCE 4.2 via ABS to include x.org composite extension

Dude  can i get a link to that wp?

I edited my post to include a link.

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#30 2005-11-02 18:53:10

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

Compositor fun:
200511022037141280x1024scrot0g.th.png

Xfce4 from their svn, GkrellM, Terminal and Sylpheed-Claws. yay! smile

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#31 2005-11-02 19:13:44

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

stavrosg wrote:

Compositor fun:
200511022037141280x1024scrot0g.th.png

Xfce4 from their svn, GkrellM, Terminal and Sylpheed-Claws. yay! smile

how did you get these transparancies real?

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#32 2005-11-02 20:00:15

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

composite extention in Xorg

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#33 2005-11-02 20:32:12

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

atze wrote:

how did you get these transparancies real?

What dibble said - I'll add that he's probably using the XFCE composite manager.

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#34 2005-11-03 05:40:02

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

I know i jsut posted the same thing pretty much, but I got xcomposite working and wanted to show mine off again. Check it:

20051102.png

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#35 2005-11-03 10:55:20

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

Giving you a little preview of some modules which will be in upcoming archwd release:

[URL=http://img499.imageshack.us/my.php?image=archwdmodules4oc.jpg]archwdmodules4oc.th.jpg[/URL]

Any comments on the interface?

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#36 2005-11-03 12:07:56

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

Yeah!  That blue colour ain't gonna be popular!

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#37 2005-11-03 12:11:50

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

dibblethewrecker wrote:

Yeah!  That blue colour ain't gonna be popular!

That's not the default color wink
I'll post you a knew one with nice gray tongue

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#38 2005-11-03 13:32:35

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

Gullible Jones wrote:
atze wrote:

how did you get these transparancies real?

What dibble said - I'll add that he's probably using the XFCE composite manager.

Right on spot! smile
I also use transd to have the transparencies set automagically to the most used windows (ie Terminals tongue)

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#39 2005-11-03 13:34:12

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

As a special request from dibble tongue know using gray for the archwd preview:
[URL=http://img500.imageshack.us/my.php?image=dibble2fb.jpg]dibble2fb.th.jpg[/URL]

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#40 2005-11-03 15:02:47

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

pressh wrote:

As a special request from dibble tongue know using gray for the archwd preview:
[URL=http://img500.imageshack.us/my.php?image=dibble2fb.jpg]dibble2fb.th.jpg[/URL]

Actually...I think I prefered the blue....

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#41 2005-11-03 16:31:31

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

Penguin wrote:

What's wrong with it? Its just an installer.
Maybe you could write better one and submit it to rasat? I thought he made it clear before he is just learning gui languages.

As of the moment most graphical modules will be a combination of FvwmScript, Bash, and Xdialog.

Colors is not an issue at the moment, as me and rasat are currently rewriting the install interface. Colors will be set at the end, as me doesn't like graphical editing.....(and not everything is yet working as wanted)
The reason I post this screenshot is that we would like to have some comments on the main functioning of both modules (is it a clear interface, etc)

Thanks,

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#42 2005-11-03 19:11:02

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

[URL=http://img474.imageshack.us/my.php?image=instantnea173dy.png]instantnea173dy.th.png[/URL]

that girls is a dream  tongue


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#43 2005-11-04 04:39:46

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

LudoTheGreat wrote:

Xfce-svn My own build this time. No different than shadowshand's pkgs though.

I promise I'll update soon. 3 more days of vacation.


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#44 2005-11-04 07:08:03

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

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This is my enlightenment e16.8-cvs desktop.  The irssi theme is custom designed.  Conky is pretty liberally used.  mtail provides colorized logging.  The mail stats doodad is a perl script I wrote to parse my logfiles.  The overall theme is based on DAE, which can be found on freshmeat.

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#45 2005-11-04 08:30:00

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

shadowhand wrote:
LudoTheGreat wrote:

Xfce-svn My own build this time. No different than shadowshand's pkgs though.

I promise I'll update soon. 3 more days of vacation.

Haha no worries man. Iv built my own repo based on your pkgbuilds. Although mine arnt all that updated anymore too.

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#46 2005-11-04 23:35:49

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

xterminus wrote:

20051103-thumb.png

This is my enlightenment e16.8-cvs desktop.  The irssi theme is custom designed.  Conky is pretty liberally used.  mtail provides colorized logging.  The mail stats doodad is a perl script I wrote to parse my logfiles.  The overall theme is based on DAE, which can be found on freshmeat.

Wow... you got alot of stuff going on 8)  Could you describe the setup for the top and bottom "bars" there, I like it alot (I don't need the configs, just want to know the apps and things like that)

I see 'when' down at the bottom too, 8)

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#47 2005-11-05 02:55:54

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

screenshot2fg.th.png

ArchLinux 0.7.1 with pekwm, pypanel, adesklets, and conky...


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#48 2005-11-05 03:04:51

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

pressh wrote:
Penguin wrote:

What's wrong with it? Its just an installer. Maybe you could write better one and submit it to rasat? I thought he made it clear before he is just learning gui languages.

As of the moment most graphical modules will be a combination of FvwmScript, Bash, and Xdialog. Colors is not an issue at the moment, as me and rasat are currently rewriting the install interface.

Answer to Penquin, the Quick Config Editor (QuickEdit) is different from ArchWD Editor. As the name says, its for quick configure. Its a great tool made by pressh. The ArchWD EDitor is for developing configs/packages.

With FvwmScript, with minor layout, the graph is not that "bad". The editor at the back is "Xdialog --editbox". In next release of QE, user can chose their own editor e.g. vim, gedit, etc.
http://user-contributions.org/projects/ … ckedit.jpg

ArchWD Editor at first stage will be in Prima (gui Perl). Later may change.
http://user-contributions.org/projects/ … editor.jpg

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#49 2005-11-05 06:31:39

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

phrakture wrote:

Wow... you got alot of stuff going on 8)  Could you describe the setup for the top and bottom "bars" there, I like it alot (I don't need the configs, just want to know the apps and things like that)

I see 'when' down at the bottom too, 8)

The top left bar is simply conky.  The top right is conky again, but running a small bash script to generate some subversion stats (I keep my home directory, configs, and source in svn).

I have my servers and a couple of other boxes send their syslog messages to my workstation.  I then have mtail colorize and scroll the logs.  The bottom right bar is a simple bash prompt, and next to it is that perl script I mentioned - which you guessed right - is spawned by when every minute or so.

The shaded bars is simply a trick with gimp.  I created a layer I simply slap on top of any backgrounds I use, and resave the image.[/url]

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#50 2005-11-05 08:03:07

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Re: November 2005 Arch Screenshots

Probably not best to crack open this one at work

Felt like a lighter style than what I usually have, so I've got Milk all round, shiny icons in my adesklets bar. The wallpaper I made by chopping up another, removed the ugly textured background and replaced it with a nice plain white one and put some shadow around the photo parts. As you might guess, this months theme is games! I have a lot of work I need to get done so I put my games easily accessible, when I don't have much to do I spend my time offering to work roll Please help me sad

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