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#151 2007-11-14 07:12:56

mutze13
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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

mienensuchkind wrote:

@mutze13: thank you for that stuff!

EDIT: still isnt perfect... for example the left boxes in this forum (where the avatar and username is) have a light background and light text.... same problem for you? are there easy fixes for bugs like that?

This isn't a bug. You can change the text color by changing the link color in preferences but this will affect all links.
Or you can modify the css with stylish.

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#152 2007-11-14 10:11:01

Klepto
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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

Clean...
Thumb-1.png

Dirty...
Thumb-2.png

Xfce, tilda, rodent icons, Xfce-dusk UI theme, Smoothwall WM theme. I use my desktop as a /tmp. Using the small green mouse cursors from here.

It's getting there, still some work to do with fonts, icons, menus and the like. I've started work on porting this icon theme from KDE, but I'm no artist so I expect it to take a while.


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#153 2007-11-14 15:11:28

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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

hells_dark wrote:

What is this terminal whith some programs launched ?
I first tought it was a normal shell using screen but i don't understand how to do this nice display with it
(programs launched showed at the bottom..).
Thanks.

.screenrc
mpd script  smile

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#154 2007-11-14 16:52:52

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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

krib wrote:
hells_dark wrote:

What is this terminal whith some programs launched ?
I first tought it was a normal shell using screen but i don't understand how to do this nice display with it
(programs launched showed at the bottom..).
Thanks.

.screenrc
mpd script  smile

Thanks smile

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#155 2007-11-14 17:59:03

pressh
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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

My *work in progress* after switching back to fvwm this afternoon.
screen185020iy3.th.png

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#156 2007-11-14 21:41:19

bud
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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

babypuncher wrote:

what panel is  that?!?   and font!

big_smile

Last edited by bud (2007-11-14 21:42:07)


Hello, I am normal!

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#157 2007-11-14 23:36:54

Fackamato
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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

screenshotlc3.th.png

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#158 2007-11-14 23:53:16

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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

Well, after a long while spent with Ratpoison (and all tiling WMs you can think of), I sadly come back to a Desktop Environment, due to the apps not behaving how they should outside the DE they've been designed for. Not much choice in the end, either Gnome or KDE, or Xfce. This time it was back to Gnome for me. At least I have to say I like this last release, I find it a bit lighter and cleaner. It's also lighter because I have ditched Firefox in favour of Epiphany, and its integration with the whole DE is quite good. Well, in the end you gotta bend to what others have in mind, if you can't code, like me, so I'm taking the Gnome way...

nov07.png.xs.jpg

Last edited by finferflu (2007-11-14 23:54:20)


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#159 2007-11-15 01:13:42

cu3edweb
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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

finferflu wrote:

Well, after a long while spent with Ratpoison (and all tiling WMs you can think of), I sadly come back to a Desktop Environment, due to the apps not behaving how they should outside the DE they've been designed for. Not much choice in the end, either Gnome or KDE, or Xfce. This time it was back to Gnome for me. At least I have to say I like this last release, I find it a bit lighter and cleaner. It's also lighter because I have ditched Firefox in favour of Epiphany, and its integration with the whole DE is quite good. Well, in the end you gotta bend to what others have in mind, if you can't code, like me, so I'm taking the Gnome way...

http://xs121.xs.to/xs121/07464/nov07.png.xs.jpg

Where did you get the wallpaper? I like that.

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#160 2007-11-15 01:34:37

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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

I got it from Customize.org, as far as I can remember, but I can't find it... On my machine it's named "After the rain", if you can't find it, I can also upload it... The only thing is that I have edited it, and I'm not sure I can redistribute it on public forums, since I never quite understood how licensing works on Customize.org...


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#161 2007-11-15 06:30:35

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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

smile my macbook,, fresh arch install
72uoy0o.png
smile


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#162 2007-11-15 06:46:41

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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

bud wrote:
babypuncher wrote:

what panel is  that?!?   and font!

big_smile

community/fbpanel 4.12-1
    NetWM compliant desktop panel

Fonts are all Bitstream Vera Sans, apart from urxvt which is using "lime"

Last edited by babypuncher (2007-11-15 06:47:57)

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#163 2007-11-15 08:28:49

Roberth
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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

babypuncher wrote:

Can I have your fbpanel config?


Use the Source, Luke!

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#164 2007-11-15 12:42:16

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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

There isn't much to it. I just took some of the plugins out. The shadow is only from xcompmgr.

Global {
    edge = bottom
    allign = center
    margin = 0
    widthtype = pixel
    width = 768
    height = 20
    transparent = false
    tintcolor = #ffffff
    alpha = 38
    setdocktype = true
    setpartialstrut = true
    autohide = false
    heightWhenHidden = 2
}

Plugin {
    type = icons
    config {
        DefaultIcon = /usr/share/fbpanel/images/default.xpm
        application {
            icon = gnome-terminal
            ClassName = URxvt
        }
    }
}
 
Plugin {
    type = taskbar
    expand = true
    config {
        ShowIconified = true
        ShowMapped = true
        ShowAllDesks = false
        tooltips = true
        IconsOnly = false
        MaxTaskWidth = 150
    }
}
 
Plugin {
    type = tray
}

Plugin {
    type = tclock
    config {
        ClockFmt = %R
        TooltipFmt = %A %x
    }
}

Last edited by babypuncher (2007-11-15 13:16:47)

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#165 2007-11-15 14:14:01

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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

babypuncher wrote:

could you share your .screenrc please?

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#166 2007-11-15 14:44:09

babypuncher
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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

PhrAok wrote:
babypuncher wrote:

could you share your .screenrc please?

~/.screenrc (the relevant parts, anyway)

hardstatus alwayslastline
hardstatus string '%{= kK}%{w}%H %{K}%= %{= kw}%?%-Lw%?%{B}(%{W}%n*%f %t%?(%u)%?%{B})%{w}%?%+Lw%?%?%= %{K}%{B} %{w}%c%{K}'
attrcolor b ".I"
defbce "on"
activity "%c activity -> %n%f %t"
bell "%c bell -> %n%f %t^G"
vbell_msg " *beep*

Colors from my ~/.Xdefaults too, since I get the feeling someone will ask for those next tongue

*foreground:     rgb:ff/ff/ff
*background:     rgb:10/10/10
!black
*color0:         rgb:20/20/20
*color8:         rgb:75/77/73
!red
*color1:         rgb:cc/00/00  
*color9:         rgb:ef/29/29
!green
*color2:         rgb:4e/9a/06
*color10:        rgb:8a/e2/34
!brown/yellow
*color3:         rgb:c4/a0/00
*color11:        rgb:fc/e9/4f
!blue
*color4:         rgb:34/65/a4
*color12:        rgb:72/9f/cf
!magenta
*color5:         rgb:75/50/7b
*color13:        rgb:ad/7f/a8
!cyan
*color6:         rgb:06/98/9a
*color14:        rgb:34/e2/e2
!white
*color7:         rgb:d3/d7/cf
*color15:        rgb:ee/ee/ec

URxvt*foreground:rgba:ffff/ffff/ffff/aaaa
URxvt*background:[75]black

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#167 2007-11-15 19:05:25

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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

Well, I couldn't resist some minimalism tongue

minimal1.png.xs.jpg


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#168 2007-11-15 19:49:48

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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

Thanks babypuncher!

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#169 2007-11-15 21:45:28

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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

I'm using Arch exclusively on my desktop computer at home for over a year now. I was constantly refining this setup to the point, that I no longer have ideas for improvement (but I'm sure I'll find some). My window manager of choice is Openbox. It's lightweight, unobtrusive and has all the configuration options I need: great key binding configurability, global and per application window behavior customization.

I use six desktops, each has a key bound to it on numpad for fast switching. Only one fixed application per dekstop, except for desktop "O", which stands for "other".

Clean desktop
0cleanbi6.th.png

Desktop 1: Swiftfox
1swiftfoxbd1.th.png

Desktop 2: Geany
2geanylq4.th.png

Desktop 3: Screen with rtorrnet and bash
3screenfx9.th.png

Desktop 4: Pidgin
4pidginlx5.th.png

Desktop 5: ncmpc
5ncmpcfa1.th.png

There's much more to it not covered here. I use lots of keybindings, per application window customizations and few shell scripts for automatisation. I really like this setup. :-)

Some usual info:
Openbox theme: Onyx
GTK theme: Raleigh
Icons: Tango

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#170 2007-11-15 22:14:20

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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

finferflu wrote:

Well, I couldn't resist some minimalism tongue

http://xs121.xs.to/xs121/07464/minimal1.png.xs.jpg

Can you share the wallpaper?? Tnx.
PS. I need the aquativo-1.5 gtk theme too wink i like it.

Last edited by airon (2007-11-15 22:20:42)

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#171 2007-11-16 00:11:18

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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

airon wrote:
finferflu wrote:

Well, I couldn't resist some minimalism tongue

http://xs121.xs.to/xs121/07464/minimal1.png.xs.jpg

Can you share the wallpaper?? Tnx.
PS. I need the aquativo-1.5 gtk theme too wink i like it.

There you go:
Wallpaper here
Aquativo here

Enjoy smile

@ dyzdyz
Mind sharing your wallpaper? smile thanks


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#172 2007-11-16 01:14:13

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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

finferflu wrote:

@ dyzdyz
Mind sharing your wallpaper? smile thanks

It's funny: I extracted the pattern by hand with Gimp, when I found it some time ago on somebody's screenshot on this very forum. :-) Here you go.

Last edited by dyzdyz (2007-11-16 01:15:48)

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#173 2007-11-16 01:59:47

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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

dyzdyz wrote:
finferflu wrote:

@ dyzdyz
Mind sharing your wallpaper? smile thanks

It's funny: I extracted the pattern by hand with Gimp, when I found it some time ago on somebody's screenshot on this very forum. :-) Here you go.

Cool big_smile
Thanks, that is slick! smile


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#174 2007-11-16 03:46:37

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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

dyzdyz wrote:

[snip]

Just curious, but with that working style and layout did you ever try a tiling wm?
It somehow seems to fit better with screenshots like that. wink

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#175 2007-11-16 13:21:43

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Re: November 2007 Screenshots

I don't know if anybody's interested, but I've just created a wallpaper out of dyzdyz's extracted pattern. It's inspired by a wallpaper called "A little motivation" found on Interfacelift. Made with the Gimp.


bpattern.png.xs.jpg


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