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#1 2013-04-30 22:05:13

OK100
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May 2013 Screenshots

Posting Guidelines

· DO NOT post full resolution screenshots!  You can use the "mogrify" command (pacman -S imagemagick) to make a thumbnail of your screenshot:

$ cp screenie.png thumb-screenie.png
$ mogrify -resize 250x250 thumb-screenie.png

Sizes Twenty percent of the original size is great for 1024x768 screenies. For bigger sizes (and especially for multi-monitor setups), we ask you to keep in mind not everyone uses broadband, and use an even smaller size (10% of a Full HD setup will still be 192x180, for example). NOTE: Anything wider than 250px or over 50Kb in size will be removed.

You can then upload these images to your server and use the following code to show them on the forum:

[url=http://my.site.com/screenie.png][img]http://my.site.com/thumb-screenie.png[/img][/url]

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*Thanks to Thayer for the screenie (more...)

· Several websites offer free image hosting.

Use the "thumbnail for forums" link code that is supplied by the image host to post your thumbnail link.

· Once the new month begins please do not post new screenies in the old threads.

· If the screenshot has questionable material that might not be safe to view while at work or in a school setting, please post only a link and not a thumbnail, along with a mention of "Not Safe for Work". Posts that do not adhere to this are subject to deletion without notice at any time.

· Please try to include any links to your wallpaper or configs that you may have and/or the names of your icon theme, running apps, DE, etc. in the same post to reduce unnecessary clutter later.

***** Your screenshot will be replaced by a reminder if you do not follow these guidelines *****


* As a simple way to include information about your setup in the screenshot, you can use a tool like Archey, screenfetch or screenfo (all in AUR) to print out details about your window manager, font, shell etc., with a very attractive ASCII Arch logo...

archey-small.png

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#2 2013-04-30 22:42:04

suare
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From: São Paulo, Brazil
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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

Let's get this shit started.

taTl4Mg

Last edited by suare (2013-04-30 22:42:27)

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#3 2013-05-01 00:53:50

earsplit
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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

Arch + Xmonad as always. Happy warm weather...

taTl5NA
taTl5NQ
taTl5Ng


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#4 2013-05-01 03:25:36

z1lt0id
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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

earsplit wrote:

Truly truly gorgeous smile

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#5 2013-05-01 03:31:48

z1lt0id
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Registered: 2012-09-20
Posts: 169

Re: May 2013 Screenshots

Here is my desktop for May.  Awesome 3.5 in all its pretty glory.  Also note the old school crap 80s film I'm downloading.  You could say it is pirating but the film is so rare and bizarre I had no other choice.

7TEnGIXs.jpg

Last edited by z1lt0id (2013-05-01 03:32:20)

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#6 2013-05-01 04:08:26

wolfcore
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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

suare wrote:

Let's get this shit started.

http://ompldr.org/taTl4Mg

This looks soooo nice.

What editor is that at the bottom, and how did you make its statusbar look like that? smile

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#7 2013-05-01 05:25:13

suare
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From: São Paulo, Brazil
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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

wolfcore wrote:
suare wrote:

Let's get this shit started.

http://ompldr.org/taTl4Mg

This looks soooo nice.

What editor is that at the bottom, and how did you make its statusbar look like that? smile

Hey!! It's emacs and I'm using this sick plugin.

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#8 2013-05-01 06:12:02

wolfcore
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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

suare wrote:
wolfcore wrote:
suare wrote:

Let's get this shit started.

http://ompldr.org/taTl4Mg

This looks soooo nice.

What editor is that at the bottom, and how did you make its statusbar look like that? smile

Hey!! It's emacs and I'm using this sick plugin.

That's awesome, thanks for sharing. I'm a vim user, but am going to start working through Practical Common Lisp pretty soon so I might give emacs and that plugin a try! big_smile

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#9 2013-05-01 10:11:16

rvc
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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

My May Shot with gnome-shell....
Click on the Image for a Larger Preview
6tcqddOs9wxu4CKAqlTnKH

Wallpaper and Shell Theme : Wallpaper Location Link & Wood n Tux-3.8 - Gnome-Shell Theme

Thanks for preview smile


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#10 2013-05-01 14:04:22

Shinryuu
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Posts: 338

Re: May 2013 Screenshots

Oh it's already May.

Laptop
laptop_thumb.png
PC
main_thumb.png

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#11 2013-05-01 19:16:42

F34R
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Posts: 239

Re: May 2013 Screenshots

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#12 2013-05-01 21:43:47

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

Clean:
zf8XIS4.png

Dirty:
8iIgw9g.png

Pretty standard DWM configuration.

Vim wombat color scheme.
Wallpaper from InterfaceLIFT
Chromium and mocp.

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#13 2013-05-02 00:24:25

Fragasaurus
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From: Ottawa
Registered: 2010-05-20
Posts: 25

Re: May 2013 Screenshots

Pretty simplistic, but it synchronizes well between systems.

Desktop:
0UdIE7Rs.png

Exact same settings on netbook:
ENN0CU7s.png

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#14 2013-05-02 07:21:11

SeBiK
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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

Fragasaurus wrote:

Pretty simplistic, but it synchronizes well between systems.

Desktop:
http://i.imgur.com/0UdIE7Rs.png

Exact same settings on netbook:
http://i.imgur.com/ENN0CU7s.png

Cool fonts! What are they?

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#15 2013-05-02 09:37:21

PhilipWitte
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Registered: 2012-02-03
Posts: 45

Re: May 2013 Screenshots

First time really using KDE. Coming from Gnome-Shell, KDE runs a whole lot better on both the desktop computers I've switched to KDE (both AMD and Nvidia GPUs). I still think KDE is cluttered and over-complicated in places, but for the most part I'm pretty happy with the aesthetics, and i'm impressed with the level of customization you can put into it. Here's a grab of my screen:

Arch-May-2-13-Thumb.png

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#16 2013-05-02 12:29:34

drot
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Registered: 2009-05-07
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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

SeBiK wrote:

Cool fonts! What are they?

ttf-agave

Also, the thread.

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#17 2013-05-02 12:35:46

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

Bordwall wrote:

What is making vim so fancy [bottom panel]?  In your zshrc?

Last edited by graysky (2013-05-02 12:46:02)


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#18 2013-05-02 12:49:45

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

graysky wrote:
Bordwall wrote:

What is making vim so fancy [bottom panel]?  In your zshrc?

I imagine that's vim-powerline. Nice double-post tongue

All the best,

-HG


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#19 2013-05-02 12:56:04

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

HalosGhost wrote:

I imagine that's vim-powerline. Nice double-post tongue

I'll looking vim-powerline.  Yeah, already reported the double post.


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#20 2013-05-02 14:08:11

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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

graysky wrote:
HalosGhost wrote:

I imagine that's vim-powerline. Nice double-post tongue

I'll looking vim-powerline.  Yeah, already reported the double post.

Also, if you're using zsh and oh-my-zsh, I like using the agnoster theme. It uses the same powerline fonts.

Additionally, if you frequently ssh to multiple machines, setting the prompt color differently on each one gives a visual cue apart from the hostname.

nLk7UCE.png

Last edited by Bordwall (2013-05-02 14:08:35)

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#21 2013-05-02 18:59:29

mios
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Registered: 2013-05-02
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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

Bordwall wrote:

Clean:
http://i.imgur.com/zf8XIS4.png

Dirty:
http://i.imgur.com/8iIgw9g.png

Pretty standard DWM configuration.

Vim wombat color scheme.
Wallpaper from InterfaceLIFT
Chromium and mocp.

Nice! what font is that?

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#22 2013-05-02 19:10:19

Bordwall
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Registered: 2012-11-07
Posts: 4

Re: May 2013 Screenshots

mios wrote:
Bordwall wrote:

Clean:
http://i.imgur.com/zf8XIS4.png

Dirty:
http://i.imgur.com/8iIgw9g.png

Pretty standard DWM configuration.

Vim wombat color scheme.
Wallpaper from InterfaceLIFT
Chromium and mocp.

Nice! what font is that?

It's DejaVu Sans Mono for Powerline.

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#23 2013-05-02 19:11:55

mios
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Re: May 2013 Screenshots

New here:

taWFsNQ

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#24 2013-05-02 19:20:50

alexanderthegre
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Registered: 2012-07-29
Posts: 66

Re: May 2013 Screenshots

taWFsZA

I found these terminal colors on the wiki; I'll probably be messing with them for a while.

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#25 2013-05-02 20:14:27

grimpirate
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Registered: 2011-10-26
Posts: 42

Re: May 2013 Screenshots

DWM with a custom graphical launcher/root menu styled with the same color scheme as the default DWM setup.
odYZtjk.png

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