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#51 2014-09-28 14:02:28

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

marcinz wrote:

...

Can you:

$ cat ~/.bashrc | grep "^PS1"

please big_smile?


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#52 2014-09-28 14:06:30

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

Sure wink

PS1="\[\e[0m\]» \[\e[0;34m\]\u\[\e[0m\] » [\[\e[0;32m\]\W\[\e[0m\]]\[\e[37m\]:\[\e[0m\] "

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#53 2014-09-28 18:03:12

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

marcinz wrote:

bspwm setup based on solarized (light) colors
http://i.imgur.com/3sOn4O7s.png

May I see your wallpaper?

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#54 2014-09-28 21:11:18

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

Fixxer's September Screenshot ;]

arch_thumb.png

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#55 2014-09-29 02:42:53

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

My typical bspwm setup. Borrowed heavily from earsplit, easyid, and marcosan, Thank you.

cB0bJTf.png

I finally made the switch from awesomewm, which I used for a year. I do miss the right click root menu, but myGtkMenu will be alright.

There are still some items to refine visually and functionally, but I'm really happy so far.

Fullsize: http://imgur.com/o9TE5kM


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Last edited by rollenwiese (2014-09-29 02:59:56)

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#56 2014-09-29 10:28:33

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

Lala0KjOA wrote:

May I see your wallpaper?

XKXGZ9us.png (tiled)

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#57 2014-09-29 12:21:08

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

rollenwiese wrote:

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Can you share the wallpaper? smile

EDIT: nvm, I found it.

Last edited by smirky (2014-09-29 12:35:00)


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#58 2014-09-29 13:32:06

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

marcinz wrote:

Nice, thanks!

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#59 2014-09-29 13:38:24

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

lains wrote:

Widgets are dzen2 inside urxvt
WM is FVWM with patches

Thanks, I didn't know Dzen2 could do things like this.

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#60 2014-10-01 06:59:24

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

nem75 wrote:

One of the reasons I switched to Arch ... up to date Gnome packages.

Share please your gnome-shell theme.

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#61 2014-10-01 20:37:05

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

My work machine
BpQD74Hs.png

My play thang
a5B3ogvs.png

Last edited by mf (2014-10-01 20:37:38)

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#62 2014-10-01 21:39:56

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

Running bspwm

bspwm

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#63 2014-10-01 23:08:10

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

dt-3141220478311.png

dt-1314122048258.png


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#64 2014-10-02 14:52:19

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

yoman18 wrote:

xmonad

running apps : ncmpcpp with tmux, opera, ranger, screenfetch, vlc(live tv), feh

Nice! How do you get ncmpcpp to "split up" like that into multiple screens? Do you just split the window in tmux and start several instances of ncmpcpp or is there a way for ncmpcpp to do it itself? I haven't been able to figure out a way to do it within ncmpcpp itself.

And if you don't mind, would you share your ncmpcpp config and your xmonad config? Thanks in advance smile

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#65 2014-10-02 16:29:57

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

Looks like tmux to me (there are two green horizontal dividers in the terminal window, vs. the white dividers in ncmpcpp).

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#66 2014-10-02 19:48:03

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

You can lock a part of the screen in ncmpcpp with CTRL-L, it will ask you what portion of the screen you wanna lock, then you can hit TAB to split the application.


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#67 2014-10-02 20:01:51

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

hibajugala wrote:

Sonata Arctica for the win! I love that song! Unless of course I am mistaken, but I doubt it. I am trying to see them live this month when they come to my area.

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#68 2014-10-02 20:18:25

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

Can you tell me the name of this painting?

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#69 2014-10-02 20:29:13

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

robin007bond wrote:

Can you tell me the name of this painting?

The Grasshopper by Jules-joseph Lefebvre

Believe me, you don't want to know what I've went through to give you this information xD. That's why I don't provide a link and let you google it yourself.

Last edited by smirky (2014-10-02 20:29:50)


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#70 2014-10-02 20:38:27

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

agahnim wrote:

Sonata Arctica for the win! I love that song! Unless of course I am mistaken, but I doubt it. I am trying to see them live this month when they come to my area.

You most definitely are not mistaken! I hope you get to see that, that'd be unreal. Although you'd have a lot of envy from me!

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#71 2014-10-03 17:07:49

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

smirky wrote:
robin007bond wrote:

Can you tell me the name of this painting?

The Grasshopper by Jules-joseph Lefebvre

Believe me, you don't want to know what I've went through to give you this information xD. That's why I don't provide a link and let you google it yourself.

Haha, thanks!

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#72 2014-10-03 17:59:06

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

rollenwiese wrote:

My typical bspwm setup. Borrowed heavily from earsplit, easyid, and marcosan, Thank you.

http://i.imgur.com/cB0bJTf.png

I finally made the switch from awesomewm, which I used for a year. I do miss the right click root menu, but myGtkMenu will be alright.

There are still some items to refine visually and functionally, but I'm really happy so far.

Fullsize: http://imgur.com/o9TE5kM


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Cool, how did you get the tray bar?

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#73 2014-10-04 15:13:21

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

Kde, caledonia theme

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


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#74 2014-10-04 16:02:08

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Re: September 2014 Screenshot thread

ewaller checks calender.  Closing.  Please carry on at https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=187808


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