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#51 2014-05-12 09:02:46

octref
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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

Shinryuu wrote:

My daily setup with herbstluftwm
http://a.pomf.se/vznwwm.jpg

Your wallpaper is gorgeous.
Can you share it?

Last edited by octref (2014-05-12 09:03:18)


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#52 2014-05-12 12:34:51

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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

Sure, click me! cool

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#53 2014-05-12 12:38:28

jord
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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

flyingfree wrote:
jord wrote:

back to the bass kix big_smile
Not sure if I will stick with this once I am finished customizing it or not but it does make for a nice minimalist change to XFCE, even if only for a little while.

click for big:
http://imagehost.losias.net/images/twmscrotthumb.png

is that conky? it looks pretty neat *.* can you share config and icons?

Sure, Conky config is here and the icons are here


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#54 2014-05-12 12:47:37

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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

jord wrote:
flyingfree wrote:
jord wrote:

back to the bass kix big_smile
Not sure if I will stick with this once I am finished customizing it or not but it does make for a nice minimalist change to XFCE, even if only for a little while.

click for big:
http://imagehost.losias.net/images/twmscrotthumb.png

is that conky? it looks pretty neat *.* can you share config and icons?

Sure, Conky config is here and the icons are here

big thanks wink I especially love the icons. they've got a retro feel, yet they look modern smile

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#55 2014-05-12 14:53:01

jord
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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

flyingfree wrote:
jord wrote:
flyingfree wrote:

is that conky? it looks pretty neat *.* can you share config and icons?

Sure, Conky config is here and the icons are here

big thanks wink I especially love the icons. they've got a retro feel, yet they look modern smile

Thanks, i knocked them out a while back because most icons just dont scale too well at such small sizes whilst remaining instantly recognisable, that and pixel art is cool. Its a somewhat limited set since I only made the ones i needed at the time but im open to suggestions for improvments or additional icons if anyone wants them


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#56 2014-05-12 16:47:05

_Q
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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

octref wrote:

Empty
http://i.imgur.com/rgo5HJM.png
Busy Learning some React.js smile
http://i.imgur.com/DSfr877.png

Herbstluftwm + compton. Having a rough time configuring the panel, but other than that the configuration isn't too hard.

easysid wrote:

10% of a Full HD setup will still be 192x180

@easysid
I believe you meant 192x108 wink

Wow! I'd love to steal that - do you mind sharing your configs? :-D

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#57 2014-05-12 18:18:02

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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

_Q wrote:
octref wrote:

Empty
http://i.imgur.com/rgo5HJM.png
Busy Learning some React.js smile
http://i.imgur.com/DSfr877.png

Herbstluftwm + compton. Having a rough time configuring the panel, but other than that the configuration isn't too hard.

easysid wrote:

10% of a Full HD setup will still be 192x180

@easysid
I believe you meant 192x108 wink

Wow! I'd love to steal that - do you mind sharing your configs? :-D

Here you go wink

Actually I'm just learning git and this is the first repo I created with it. big_smile

As for the last two lines in my herbstluftwm/autostart, screen.sh changes my xrandr output and goagent is a proxy client I use. You can delete those two lines if you plan to try my config.

I just switched to hlwm recently and is still tweaking it. Compared to the images I've posted, now my panel has nicer font/spacing, and matches my urxvt fg/bg colors.
Matching the color is important, or it won't look good on your screen!
So maybe you want to try matching the panel fg/bg colors to the color you have in your terminal, or you can try my .Xresources so your urxvt would look great on this setting.

The wallpaper is Yakitori by Niyori

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#58 2014-05-13 02:07:58

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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

I posted just the conky in the conky thread, but here is the whole screen. Pretty simply KDE setup. Wonton Soup color scheme, Buuf icons, and Aya workspace along with my customized conky for my workstation. Clean image shells are my workstation, laptop, file server, and iMac. 3 out of 4 running Arch ain't too shabby. smile

clean

14171152582_3bde5d356c_n.jpg

Very Large(2560x1440 * 2)

busy

13987192587_0535060b8e_n.jpg

Very Large (2560x1440 * 2)

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#59 2014-05-13 03:06:11

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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

2014-05-12-230204_192epjpz.png
Two new things this month: A new file manager (from SpaceFM to Thunar) and a new image hosting site. I decided to bilder von der Festplatte from my hinzufügen.

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#60 2014-05-13 05:58:01

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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

mills.sean wrote:

I posted just the conky in the conky thread, but here is the whole screen. Pretty simply KDE setup. Wonton Soup color scheme, Buuf icons, and Aya workspace along with my customized conky for my workstation. Clean image shells are my workstation, laptop, file server, and iMac. 3 out of 4 running Arch ain't too shabby. smile

DAT workstation yikes

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#61 2014-05-13 13:33:19

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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread


HARDWARE ASUS K55A-RBR6 LAPTOP
Arch Linux 64bit Awesome WM
My setup http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8il5sR9fxBM

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#62 2014-05-14 13:13:01

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#63 2014-05-14 17:04:21

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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

Here is my first screenshot post.

It doesn't show any decorations or anything, I don't have any. What you see is a urxvt (for screenfetch) and a conky, with a remake of an old config I got from somwhere.

My fluxbox is a virtual minefield of key-bindings.
screenshot thumb


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#64 2014-05-15 10:43:40

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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

@openess
I'm definitely not colorblind, but conky is really unreadable to me, can you actually read it yourself  roll ?


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#65 2014-05-15 11:09:25

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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

openbox/tint 2

openboxconfiguration manager
Peptide theame

in lxappearance
DeLorean-dark theame
AwOkenWhite icon theme

Some skin and stylish add on for the firefox.

background, just google. DJ backgound. wink

conky script
http://charley166.deviantart.com/gallery/

zmJZwEes.png

biKczdMs.png

Last edited by r00t (2014-05-15 18:14:49)

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#66 2014-05-15 11:14:48

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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

Welcome to the forum r00t,
I'm not a mod here, but you need to make thumbnails of your posted images, otherwise they'll be removed wink
see https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=61754


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#67 2014-05-15 14:56:33

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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

r00t,
Welcome to Arch Linux, and thank you for posting the thumbnails.  You may include url links to the larger pictures if you want.  We just want avoid eating up bandwidth by having large pictures unless members want to see them.

The cool way to do this is like this [ url=LinkToTheBigPicture][ img]LinkToTheThumbnail[ /img][ /url] 
Without adding the spaces I added to deliberately break the BBCode tags.
Thanks.


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#68 2014-05-16 00:02:51

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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

Here's my dual-monitor AwesomeWM setup.

Clean
clean-thumb.png

Busy
busy-thumb.png

I know the thumbnails don't look all that pretty, but the fullsize image is better. wink

Last edited by tb01110100 (2014-05-16 00:05:22)

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#69 2014-05-16 12:02:58

_Q
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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

Arch + herbstluftwm; almost everything is stolen from this or last month's thread smile (thanks to all of you wink)
Clean:
hS3V6hW.jpg

Fake busy:
9tTSgjp.jpg

Last edited by _Q (2014-05-16 12:08:02)

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#70 2014-05-16 14:26:11

nooch
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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

Fluxbox,
bPA940P.png

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#71 2014-05-18 11:50:04

Maty
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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

Getting closer to visual consistency:
0H4TYny.png

i3 window manager, irssi, highly modded Firefox for terminal-like look with forced use of one sized monospace font and same background/foreground colors for all sites, inactive windows dimmed with compton.

I prefer to use terminals for everything besides web browsing, Steam+games, Mumble and Gimp. For GTK I use the wonderful Flatstudio Dark theme with Faenza icon set. I left my other monitor out of the screenshot, there I usually have just a few more terminal windows open with CLI file manager ranger, cmus player etc. when I'm not watching videos fullscreened on it. The colors are much softer and warmer on my monitors as I've set them to a red tint - I used to use redshift, but it didn't play well with the proprietary Nvidia drivers.

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#72 2014-05-18 12:09:46

Enindu
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Registered: 2014-04-30
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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

Maty, cool desktop. Could you tell how to configure Firefox as terminal like?


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#73 2014-05-18 12:20:30

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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

Wow. Your Firefox mod looks very impressive.

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#74 2014-05-18 13:26:37

Maty
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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

Thanks guys.

The font can be forced through Firefox stock settings from Preferences > Content > Fonts & Colors > Advanced. Set your favourite monospace font on every dropdown menu except for "Proportional", I've been preferring Droid Sans Mono Slashed (in AUR/ttf-droid-monovar) lately. You also have to uncheck the option "Allow pages to choose their own fonts, instead of my selections above". IIRC font sizes don't need to be changed from this menu, as I'm using userContent.css for that anyway.

So for the forced font size I use the userContent.css file in ~/.mozilla/firefox/<profile>/chrome/ by adding a line "* { font-size: 11px !important }" without the quotes. I had to create the file and the chrome directory, as they didn't exist by default. Changes in userContent.css are applied after restarting Firefox.

For the forced background/foreground colors I use Blank Your Monitor addon. It lets you pick the colors you want and it can be toggled between normal colors with shortcut keys (Ctrl-Alt-B by default). For better keyboard driven browsing and link navigation I use VimFx, as Pentadactyl is a bit overkill for my needs.

I also use Hide tab bar with one tab, HideScrollbars and Toolbar Autohide for a cleaner GUI: tab bar is hidden if there's only one tab open and navigation bar is shown only when it's focused with Ctrl-L (or just pressing "o" with VimFx) and after opening a new tab. Classic Theme Restorer is also a must for me after the awful FF29 update with GUI changes, lets me get rid of the useless stuff leaving me with a clean navigation bar with only the address field without any buttons I don't need because of the keyboard shortcuts.

Please tell me if I forgot to mention some other details. I tried to keep this as short as possible, minding the fact this is a screenshot thread after all... :)

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#75 2014-05-18 13:48:57

Enindu
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Re: May 2014 Screenshot thread

Thank you very much, Maty. You didn't miss anything. Now my desktop really like i3.


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