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#101 2014-02-21 03:19:51

milomouse
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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

Paul-S wrote:

Nice setup, as usual!   I like the colorscheme going on.  Care to share?  (Xresources/Xdefaults or related)
Also, may I see your mutt config(s)?  Looks cleaner than what I'm using at the moment.  smile

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#102 2014-02-21 16:52:06

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

milomouse wrote:
Paul-S wrote:

Nice setup, as usual!   I like the colorscheme going on.  Care to share?  (Xresources/Xdefaults or related)
Also, may I see your mutt config(s)?  Looks cleaner than what I'm using at the moment.  smile

Thanks milomouse, its mutt with the sidebar patch from aur.
The mutt configs are basically brisbin33 configs.

Heres the muttrc

# ~/.mutt/muttrc

# directories and commands
# set alias_file          = ~/.mutt/alias                         # alias file
  set certificate_file    = ~/.mutt/certificates                  # where to store certs
  set header_cache        = ~/.mutt/cache/headers                 # where to store headers
  set message_cachedir    = ~/.mutt/cache/bodies                  # where to store bodies
  set mailcap_path        = ~/.mutt/mailcap                       # entrys for filetypes
  set signature           = ~/.mutt/sig                           # my signature file
  set tmpdir              = ~/.mutt/temp                          # where to keep temp files
  set editor              = "vim +:silent+?^$"                    # use vim and skip to last blank line
  set ispell              = "aspell -e -c"                        # use aspell as ispell
  set print_command       = "enscript -p - | psselect -r | lp"    # print email in reverse page order

# maildir settings
  set mbox_type           = Maildir                               # mailbox type
  set folder              = ~/Mail                                # mailbox location
  set spoolfile           = "+GMail/INBOX"                        # Gmail is default inbox

# main options
  set copy=yes
  set beep_new                                                    # terminal bell on new message
unset confirmappend                                               # don't ask, just do
  set delete                                                      # don't ask, just do
  set mail_check          = 0                                     # minimum time between scans
unset markers                                                     # no ugly plus signs
unset mark_old                                                    # read/new is good enough for me
  set menu_scroll                                                 # scroll in menus
  set pager_index_lines   = 10                                    # number of index lines to show
  set pager_context       = 5                                     # number of context lines to show
  set pager_stop                                                  # don't go to next message automatically
  set pipe_decode                                                 # strip headers and eval mimes when piping
  set reverse_alias                                               # show names from alias file in index
  set sort                = threads                               # like gmail
  set sort_aux            = reverse-last-date-received            # like gmail
unset sort_re                                                     # always thread
  set thorough_search                                             # strip headers and eval mimes before searching
  set thread_received                                             # sort threads by date received, not sent
  set tilde                                                       # show tildes like in vim
  set timeout             = 3                                     # idle time before scanning
unset wait_key                                                    # don't show "Press any key to continue"

# enriched messages
auto_view text/html                                               # view html automatically
alternative_order text/plain text/enriched text/html              # but save it for last

# formats and regexps
  set alias_format        = "%4n %t %-20a %r"
  set date_format         = "%m/%d/%y at %I:%M%P"
  set forward_format      = "Fwd: %s"                             # format for subject when forwarding
  set index_format        = "%3C %Z %[!%m/%d] %-17.17F %s"
  set quote_regexp        = "^( {0,4}[>|:#%]| {0,4}[a-z0-9]+[>|]+)+"
  set reply_regexp        = "^(([Rr][Ee]?(\[[0-9]+\])?: *)?(\[[^]]+\] *)?)*"
  set status_format       = "-%r- %v ───────────/ %f %m%?n? [+%n]?%?d? [-%d]?%?t? [*%t]? /%?p?───/ %p waiting to send /?─%>─(%P)───"

# composing mail
  set askcc                                                       # always ask for CC:
  set edit_headers                                                # show headers when composing
  set fast_reply                                                  # skip to compose when replying
  set forward_quote                                               # include message in forwards
  set include                                                     # include message in replies
  set realname            = "name"                                # who am i?
  set reply_to                                                    # reply to Reply-to: field, not From:
  set reverse_name                                                # reply as who it was sent to (see alternates)

# headers to show
ignore *                                                          # ignore all headers
unignore from: to: cc: date: subject:                             # show only these
hdr_order from: to: cc: date: subject:                            # and in this order

# lists
subscribe arch-announce arch-dev-public aur-general xmonad arch-haskell web-devel yesod

# list of folders to notify of new mail
mailboxes +GMail/INBOX +Googlemail/INBOX

#source $alias_file                                                # required for functionality
source ~/.mutt/sidebar.muttrc
source ~/.mutt/colors.muttrc
source ~/.mutt/gmail.muttrc

# override with account specific folder-hooks
folder-hook GMail/*      source ~/.mutt/gmail.muttrc
folder-hook Googlemail/*     source ~/.mutt/googlemail.muttrc

# collapse all thread in ML folders
folder-hook Gmail/(arch_lists|xmonad_list|web_devel|yesod) "exec collapse-all"

# these just give me headaches
bind index,pager \# noop
bind index,pager \& noop
bind index i        noop

# bindings -- very vim-like
bind pager i       exit
bind pager q       toggle-quoted
bind pager /       search
bind pager k       previous-line
bind pager j       next-line
bind pager gg      top
bind index G       imap-fetch-mail
bind pager G       imap-fetch-mail
bind index gg      first-entry
bind index G       last-entry
bind pager K       previous-undeleted
bind pager J       next-undeleted
bind index K       previous-unread
bind index J       next-unread
bind index,pager R group-reply

# macros
macro index ,i "<change-folder>!<return>" "go to inbox"
macro index ,p "<pipe-message>cat > ~/" "save message as"
macro index ,z "<shell-escape>offlineimap -q -o<return>" "sync IMAP"
macro index ,r "<tag-pattern>all<return><tag-prefix><clear-flag>N<untag-pattern>all<return>" "mark all as read"
macro index ,R "<collapse-all><tag-pattern>all<return><tag-prefix><clear-flag>N<untag-pattern>all<return><collapse-all>" "mark all as read (collapsed)"
macro index ,v "<collapse-thread>" "collapse/uncollapse thread"
macro index ,V "<collapse-all>"    "collapse/uncollapse all threads"

# search via notmuch
macro index ,s \
  "<enter-command>unset wait_key<enter><shell-escape>mutt-notmuch --prompt search<enter><change-folder-readonly>~/.cache/mutt_results<enter>" \
  "search mail (using notmuch)"

# cc myself when replying to an ML.
#
# note: with this, you can't use `:q!` mid-compose to abort the message.
# instead, you should use `:wq` and abort from the compose menu
unhook send-hook
send-hook "~u" "push '<edit-cc>,your-email-addy-here<return>'"

# vim: ft=muttrc

Heres the sidebar.muttrc

###
# options specific to mutt's sidebar patch
###

# settings
  set sidebar_delim       = ' || '
  set sidebar_visible     = yes
  set sidebar_width       = 20

# colors
color sidebar_new brightblue default

# bindings
bind index,pager \CN    sidebar-next
bind index,pager \CP    sidebar-prev
bind index,pager \CO    sidebar-open

And heres the colours its called ivory dark

*background:  #2D2C28
*foreground:  #A4A6AB

*colorBD:     #DBDDE2
*colorIT:     #DBDDE2
*colorUL:     #DBDDE2

*cursorColor: #53CAD9

! BLACK
*color0:      #5B5955
*color8:      #707277

! WHITE
*color7:      #DBDDE2
*color15:     #F7F9FF

! RED
*color1:      #C4756E
*color9:      #F6A299

! YELLOW
*color3:      #9B8A4B
*color11:     #CAB775

! GREEN
*color2:      #559A6A
*color10:     #82C896

! CYAN
*color6:      #019BAA
*color14:     #53CAD9

! BLUE
*color4:      #6A8DCA
*color12:     #98BBFB

! MAGENTA
*color5:      #B577AC
*color13:     #E5A4DB

Cheers
Paul-S

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#103 2014-02-21 22:21:59

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

092g.png


sorry for my english. {Arch Linux, Debian} User

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#104 2014-02-21 22:33:27

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

Shinryuu wrote:

From what anime is this wallpapeer from?

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#105 2014-02-22 12:55:16

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

erykroom wrote:
Shinryuu wrote:

From what anime is this wallpapeer from?

It's original work so it's not from any series. I've modified my wallpaper a bit and you can get the original from here

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#106 2014-02-22 20:23:33

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

Here's mine :

pr2RqPC.png

awesome, thunar, dwb, gpicview

Last edited by Lala0KjOA (2014-02-23 10:14:50)

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#107 2014-02-23 10:08:33

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

Lala0KjOA wrote:

Here's mine :

http://i.imgur.com/V8X9IMi.png

awesome, thunar, dwb, gpicview

Can you please tell me how to set solarized color for dwb? It looks awesome! Thanks.

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#108 2014-02-23 10:21:31

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

Really nice Lala0KjOA can you link your Xdefaults etc

Cheers
Paul-S

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#109 2014-02-23 10:32:48

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

Paul-S wrote:

Really nice Lala0KjOA can you link your Xdefaults etc

Cheers
Paul-S

You can find .Xdefaults, vim theme, etc...here http://ethanschoonover.com/solarized

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#110 2014-02-23 13:14:34

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

screenshot-230214-150245.png
XFCE with blackbird theme and elementary-xfce-icons (dark) from shimmer project.
desktop background picture is stolen here and reworked a bit to fit landscape-oriented laptop screen.


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#111 2014-02-23 14:20:57

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

Lala0KjOA wrote:

Here's mine :

http://i.imgur.com/pr2RqPC.png

awesome, thunar, dwb, gpicview

Which icon set are you using?  They look nice.

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#112 2014-02-23 14:34:56

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

suare wrote:

Trying something different

http://t.imgbox.com/sjvwAnsl.jpg

can you please share your firefox theme? smile

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#113 2014-02-23 18:25:57

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

fb0x wrote:

Can you please tell me how to set solarized color for dwb? It looks awesome! Thanks.

Thanks!

I have the following colors in my ~/.config/dwb/settings:

background-color=#073642
foreground-color=#93a1a1
tab-number-color=#859900
tab-normal-fg-color-2=#93a1a1
tab-normal-fg-color-1=#93a1a1
tab-normal-bg-color-2=#073642
tab-normal-bg-color-1=#073642
tab-active-fg-color=#cb4b16
tab-active-bg-color=#073642

.


milomouse wrote:

Which icon set are you using?  They look nice.

The icon theme is Any Color You Like, it's very practical indeed.



Paul-S wrote:

Really nice Lala0KjOA can you link your Xdefaults etc

Cheers
Paul-S

Thanks. My .Xdefaults is just the default Solarized. Do you want anything else?

Last edited by Lala0KjOA (2014-02-23 18:27:30)

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#114 2014-02-25 21:40:45

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

Looks like I procrastinated until the end of the month again uguu >.< Setup is still the same as last month other than a new wallpaper and some updated term, gvim, bar colors. I'm still not entirely sure of what I want to do with this current setup but everything is somehow coming together quite nicely smile

~ Clean:                                                      ~ Fakebusy:
2014-02-clean.jpg    2014-02-fakebusy.jpg


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#115 2014-02-26 01:38:58

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

@sushixnyan Love the wallpaper! Still one of my favorite anime.

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#116 2014-02-26 04:24:38

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

agahnim wrote:

@sushixnyan Love the wallpaper! Still one of my favorite anime.

Thanks big_smile I always try to screencap when I'm watching anime to use as wallpapers! Definitely one of my favorites too.


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#117 2014-02-26 04:39:02

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

Clean:                                                         Showcase:                                                Firefox:
PtWpv1Jt.jpg           iDGWAQZt.png          4MAa20jt.png

Last edited by rudylorren (2014-02-26 04:41:34)

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#118 2014-02-26 19:07:56

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

Openbox setup :

1393441559.png

Apps : irssi, mutt, conky


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#119 2014-02-26 20:45:11

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

Not much new since last month:

fake activity:
fake_activity-thumb.jpg

clean:
clean-thumb.jpg

Last edited by tranqil (2014-02-26 20:45:45)

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#120 2014-02-27 01:18:47

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

2014-02-26-thumb.png

Back on dwm after using KDE for a bit.

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#121 2014-02-27 05:20:55

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

What font is that in your statusbar? smile


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#122 2014-02-27 07:43:15

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

I think it's ohsnap.


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#123 2014-02-27 08:14:14

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

sushixnyan wrote:

What font is that in your statusbar? smile

Kolibry is almost right: its: /usr/share/fonts/artwiz-fonts/snap.pcf is owned by artwiz-fonts 1.3-7
I Like the clean good-readable look in size 8.

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#124 2014-02-27 16:25:01

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

tranqil wrote:
sushixnyan wrote:

What font is that in your statusbar? smile

Kolibry is almost right: its: /usr/share/fonts/artwiz-fonts/snap.pcf is owned by artwiz-fonts 1.3-7
I Like the clean good-readable look in size 8.

Thanks. I'm going to have to try this out big_smile. I've mostly been using OSX fonts lately, which are nice, but I need to change things up a bit and this looks like it's going to be perfect!


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#125 2014-02-28 00:01:45

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Re: February 2014 Screenshot thread

Kolibry wrote:

Openbox setup :

http://pix.toile-libre.org/upload/thumb/1393441559.png

Apps : irssi, mutt, conky

As im mostly familiar with standard panels, Im not sure what the top panel is. Is that bar or dzen? Piped info from conky? Curious.

Also, are the workspace names (1 2 3 4) clickable?

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