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#151 2013-10-22 12:40:13

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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

A few years ago I was listening to a band whose new album was called Unia. The word sounded cool and its meaning isn't too weird, so I used it smile

(If I remember correctly, it means dream in Finnish)


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#152 2013-10-22 13:29:50

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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

Unia wrote:

A few years ago I was listening to a band whose new album was called Unia. The word sounded cool and its meaning isn't too weird, so I used it smile

(If I remember correctly, it means dream in Finnish)

Pretty close. Uni means dream but unia is plural/tuple. Like sweet dreams = kauniita unia.

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#153 2013-10-22 15:37:51

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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

Shinryuu wrote:
Unia wrote:

A few years ago I was listening to a band whose new album was called Unia. The word sounded cool and its meaning isn't too weird, so I used it smile

(If I remember correctly, it means dream in Finnish)

Pretty close. Uni means dream but unia is plural/tuple. Like sweet dreams = kauniita unia.

You learn something new every day! Today's lesson: Shinryuu is from Finland big_smile


If you can't sit by a cozy fire with your code in hand enjoying its simplicity and clarity, it needs more work. --Carlos Torres

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#154 2013-10-22 17:40:39

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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

Unia wrote:

Font? smile

DejaVu Sans Mono.

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#155 2013-10-22 22:25:03

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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

Still tinkering with my launcher and decided to recompile DWM to reflect the custom JRootMenu theme.
B9EHn37s.png

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#156 2013-10-23 10:32:22

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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

@grimpirate
I love the colours!


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#157 2013-10-23 12:05:33

Jellicent
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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

grimpirate wrote:

Still tinkering with my launcher and decided to recompile DWM to reflect the custom JRootMenu theme.

Lovely, feels like jungle.

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#158 2013-10-23 12:09:29

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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

Unia wrote:

A few years ago I was listening to a band whose new album was called Unia. The word sounded cool and its meaning isn't too weird, so I used it smile

(If I remember correctly, it means dream in Finnish)

Yes! I love Sonata Arctica, Unia was their last good album lol. Thats why I asked, you should check out some of their stuff if you are into that.

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#159 2013-10-23 16:05:18

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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

agahnim wrote:
Unia wrote:

A few years ago I was listening to a band whose new album was called Unia. The word sounded cool and its meaning isn't too weird, so I used it smile

(If I remember correctly, it means dream in Finnish)

Yes! I love Sonata Arctica, Unia was their last good album lol. Thats why I asked, you should check out some of their stuff if you are into that.

That's the band, yep wink My tastes in music have changed since, but I'm keeping the name.


If you can't sit by a cozy fire with your code in hand enjoying its simplicity and clarity, it needs more work. --Carlos Torres

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#160 2013-10-23 17:37:15

OK100
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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

Unia wrote:
agahnim wrote:
Unia wrote:

A few years ago I was listening to a band whose new album was called Unia. The word sounded cool and its meaning isn't too weird, so I used it smile

(If I remember correctly, it means dream in Finnish)

Yes! I love Sonata Arctica, Unia was their last good album lol. Thats why I asked, you should check out some of their stuff if you are into that.

That's the band, yep wink My tastes in music have changed since, but I'm keeping the name.

What are your current music tastes if I may ask? Just curious smile

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#161 2013-10-23 20:02:27

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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

I'll email you wink This thread is about screenshots, not about me big_smile


If you can't sit by a cozy fire with your code in hand enjoying its simplicity and clarity, it needs more work. --Carlos Torres

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#162 2013-10-23 21:13:19

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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

my setup stablized into this some time ago: i3 with elements of kde, kAwoken icons.

p4bdXkr.png

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#163 2013-10-23 23:03:34

agahnim
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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

nourathar wrote:

my setup stablized into this some time ago: i3 with elements of kde, kAwoken icons.

http://i.imgur.com/p4bdXkr.png

I must ask, how does this workout for you? I always loved kde, and think it a shame that a lot of the best qt applications require a lot of kde dependencies. I want to know about any speed difference with QT, if you mix in GTK much, and how you handle the dependencies. Also, have you tried bspwm? I couldn't use i3 because of the artifacts that are left if one uses transparent terminals, but I am moving away from that anyway. If you have tried bspwm, how do they compare, because I am quite happy with it, but there were a few things about the way that i3 handled windows that I liked better.

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#164 2013-10-23 23:38:30

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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

Well guys, I hope there is no rule against posting multiple times each month. I just keep getting more and more pleased each time I change my setup a little. Loving bspwm all the way. Maybe I should try the git version smile.


Clean : http://i.imgur.com/9NniDDa.png

9NniDDas.png

Fake Dirty: http://i.imgur.com/jpSd6MO.png

jpSd6MOs.png


I really need to get a keyboard driven browser, switching tabs in firefox is a pain sometimes. I have it where I can open links and stuff with the keyboard, but I have no idea how to switch tabs. Also anyone know about a cli ebook reader, because that would be greatly appreciated.

Last edited by agahnim (2013-10-23 23:39:55)

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#165 2013-10-24 00:38:42

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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

agahnim wrote:

Well guys, I hope there is no rule against posting multiple times each month. I just keep getting more and more pleased each time I change my setup a little. Loving bspwm all the way. Maybe I should try the git version smile.


Clean : http://i.imgur.com/9NniDDa.png

http://i.imgur.com/9NniDDas.png

Fake Dirty: http://i.imgur.com/jpSd6MO.png

http://i.imgur.com/jpSd6MOs.png


I really need to get a keyboard driven browser, switching tabs in firefox is a pain sometimes. I have it where I can open links and stuff with the keyboard, but I have no idea how to switch tabs. Also anyone know about a cli ebook reader, because that would be greatly appreciated.

May I ask what the calendar program is there?  It looks awesome!

Also, try vimperator addon for firefox.  It's fully keyboard-driven with vim keybinds.

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#166 2013-10-24 02:39:32

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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

KDE as my current DE, just kde-base and a few other kde packages.  Here's my general purpose desktop.  My second virtual desktop is simply a task bar, dock and a random wallpaper for whenever I need to be free from distractions wink.

Wallpaper: Deus Ex HR
Theme: Glassified
Font: Trebuchet MS
Media Player: MPD+Cantata (I also use ncmpcpp whenever I find myself outside of KDE)

Clean:
screenshot1.jpg

Konsole w/ Archey:
screenshot2.jpg

Play:
snapshot26.jpg snapshot27.jpg

Last edited by ssri (2013-10-24 09:19:41)

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#167 2013-10-24 08:18:54

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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

Hi agahnim,

the main reason for me to do this was to be able to use the KDE Oxygen theme in both qt and gtk, and also in the GUI of my own python code. That works without running KDE; what i did is that I installed the KDE apps I still wanted to use (mainly dolphin, gwenview, display manager), but I don't run the KDE desktop and I don't use the KDE way to login and start services. So no widgets either, i'm only interested in some of the looks of kde really, and actually I think I probably use more gtk-apps than qt/kde apps in the end. Also I noticed I am gradually using the console more and more and dolphin less and less..

The result of this is that I have some kde bloat on my system in terms of packages and config files of which I only really use a fraction, but since I don't run the kde desktop and all those kde services, startup is very fast and the interface is very snappy too (it does not compare to how it was when I was still using kde).

In terms of setting it up I remember it was sometimes a bit daunting, since kde is not meant to be used only in parts and most of the kde documentation is geared towards luring mac/windows users and so tends to explain what the menu options mean, not where config files are or how things work under the hood. I vaguely remember that I had to run de kde desktop once to have some of the settings stick, but I forgot the details....

ciao,

J.

Last edited by nourathar (2013-10-24 08:20:11)

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#168 2013-10-24 12:21:05

agahnim
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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

fengshaun wrote:
agahnim wrote:

Well guys, I hope there is no rule against posting multiple times each month. I just keep getting more and more pleased each time I change my setup a little. Loving bspwm all the way. Maybe I should try the git version smile.


Clean : http://i.imgur.com/9NniDDa.png

http://i.imgur.com/9NniDDas.png

Fake Dirty: http://i.imgur.com/jpSd6MO.png

http://i.imgur.com/jpSd6MOs.png


I really need to get a keyboard driven browser, switching tabs in firefox is a pain sometimes. I have it where I can open links and stuff with the keyboard, but I have no idea how to switch tabs. Also anyone know about a cli ebook reader, because that would be greatly appreciated.

May I ask what the calendar program is there?  It looks awesome!

Also, try vimperator addon for firefox.  It's fully keyboard-driven with vim keybinds.

It is calcurse, I too found it from this forum in which I asked the same question.

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#169 2013-10-24 12:24:10

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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

nourathar wrote:

Hi agahnim,

the main reason for me to do this was to be able to use the KDE Oxygen theme in both qt and gtk, and also in the GUI of my own python code. That works without running KDE; what i did is that I installed the KDE apps I still wanted to use (mainly dolphin, gwenview, display manager), but I don't run the KDE desktop and I don't use the KDE way to login and start services. So no widgets either, i'm only interested in some of the looks of kde really, and actually I think I probably use more gtk-apps than qt/kde apps in the end. Also I noticed I am gradually using the console more and more and dolphin less and less..

The result of this is that I have some kde bloat on my system in terms of packages and config files of which I only really use a fraction, but since I don't run the kde desktop and all those kde services, startup is very fast and the interface is very snappy too (it does not compare to how it was when I was still using kde).

In terms of setting it up I remember it was sometimes a bit daunting, since kde is not meant to be used only in parts and most of the kde documentation is geared towards luring mac/windows users and so tends to explain what the menu options mean, not where config files are or how things work under the hood. I vaguely remember that I had to run de kde desktop once to have some of the settings stick, but I forgot the details....

ciao,

J.

Thank you very much for your reply. I am formerly of the KDE thread myself, switched to openbox and then to bspwm. I have already adapted and prefer cli based applications now, but there are some things about kde that are nice, mainly the qt themes.

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#170 2013-10-24 13:32:09

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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

agahnim wrote:

It is calcurse, I too found it from this forum in which I asked the same question.

Thanks a lot!

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#171 2013-10-24 17:36:59

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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

hey *!

time to join the round!

dirty:
http://i.imgur.com/5YZdefa.png

clean:
http://i.imgur.com/8obFB0l.jpg

herbstluftwm w/ dzen2. stolen colors from earsplit (one of my favorites now smile), tamsyn font, 5min. reworked gtk-flatstudio(could be better but it's fine for my rare gui-use). vim distinguished-colors.


Fight war not wars, destroy power not people!

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#172 2013-10-24 18:20:45

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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

#flexo3001

quite good screenshot , nice work ;-)

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#173 2013-10-25 11:17:04

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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

Clean:
desktopclear3mx3d.png

Dirty:
desktopfull05zr2.png

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#174 2013-10-25 21:08:57

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Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

screenshot_2013-10-25_t.jpg
Big Image

i3 with Tango theme set by j4-make-config, tangoesque terminal colors, urxvt, irssi

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#175 2013-10-26 19:17:08

Paul-S
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Posts: 343

Re: October 2013 Screenshot thread

G7zFHsss.png
Bspwm & Dzen Bar

Cheers
Paul-S

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