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#51 2004-07-08 12:42:52

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@rezza
which mp3player do you use??? (dj teebee -the claw)
it´s looking cool wink

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#52 2004-07-08 12:52:23

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Like its july now so why not start a new thread....

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#53 2004-07-08 12:54:19

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Mr Green wrote:

Like its july now so why not start a new thread....

Mr Green...

Or just change the topic to Summer 2004.  tongue

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#54 2004-07-08 13:40:11

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Summer feels like winter here in the U.K.

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#55 2004-07-08 14:04:09

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mattux wrote:

@rezza
which mp3player do you use??? (dj teebee -the claw)
it´s looking cool wink

mattux

I use mplay, a console frontend to mplayer: http://mplay.sourceforge.net/

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#56 2004-07-09 18:09:27

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#57 2004-07-09 18:34:57

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Yeah, I changed it to Summer Edition. smile


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#58 2004-07-09 20:18:43

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rezza wrote:

Ratpoison was OK, but it was kinda tricky to make it look good, so I've decided to switch to Ion3 again:

greeny goodness!

Using a theme I made myself along with irssi, mplay, cmatrix, & nethack.

Nice to see more ion users, Dusty would be so proud over you.
If you know how to make a floating workspace I be your bitch.
this code makes a tiled
kpress(DEFAULT_MOD.."F9",
           function(scr)
               scr:attach_new({ type=default_ws_type, switchto=true })
           end),
I just can't find the right funtion in the ion manual.


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#59 2004-07-09 21:20:46

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From the FAQ (http://modeemi.cs.tut.fi/~tuomov/ion/faq.html)

1.6 How do I create a "floating workspace"/WFloatWS.

RTFM.

    F9: Go to existing workspace or create new (query). If a non-existent workspace was entered, the type of the workspace to be created will be queried as well.


But why use ion when there's wmi big_smile Try the latest snapshot and you won't go back.

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#60 2004-07-09 21:23:43

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hehehehe..I read that already but I still don't get it.
hmmm, maybe I will try wmi...


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#61 2004-07-09 22:29:30

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xerxes2 wrote:

Nice to see more ion users, Dusty would be so proud over you.
If you know how to make a floating workspace I be your bitch.
this code makes a tiled
kpress(DEFAULT_MOD.."F9",
           function(scr)
               scr:attach_new({ type=default_ws_type, switchto=true })
           end),
I just can't find the right funtion in the ion manual.

kpress(DEFAULT_MOD.."<whatever>",     "WFloatFrame.attach_new(_, {type='WFloatWS'})"),

This will make a floating workspace attached to your current frame. I'm sure you can use that to make whatever keybindings you need for floating workspaces.

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#62 2004-07-10 19:17:34

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it doesn't work rezza. ah well it's free software and it's a stupid feature anyway.  big_smile


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#63 2004-07-10 22:59:13

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summer edition desktop:
http://datadump.homelinux.com/screens/arch_aqua.png

except for the font problem (which i've given up solving -- this is just the way it is, i guess) arch is the best distro i've ever used. when i get my new processor next week i'm going to give lunar a go on my other partition, but i doubt i'll stray far from arch even with the wonky fonts. it's the best linux out there, imho (after trying: mandrake, redhat, slackware, vector, college, libranet, debian, gentoo and suse (a long time ago)).

</praise>
big_smile

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#64 2004-07-11 12:28:07

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http://members.lycos.co.uk/sweiss/Screenshot-1.png

Demonstrating the power of pacman - Installing the gnome-extra group.

XFCE4, Industrial theme both ways.

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#65 2004-07-12 14:28:25

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#66 2004-07-12 16:15:10

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Care to share the name of your GTK2 theme?

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#67 2004-07-12 19:18:16

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Errr Java Looking Glass

http://freespace.virgin.net/david.templ … shot1.html

Many thanks to Dusty for all his hard work

Give him a TUR .....

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#68 2004-07-12 19:26:38

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xerxes2 wrote:

it doesn't work rezza. ah well it's free software and it's a stupid feature anyway.  big_smile

really? works fine for me. What file are you adding it to?

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#69 2004-07-12 19:28:11

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-=JsutNoni=-

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#70 2004-07-12 21:27:35

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sweiss wrote:

Care to share the name of your GTK2 theme?

theme is ghrome, icons are gentoo lila

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#71 2004-07-12 22:03:08

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jsutnoni wrote:

how usable is the 4.2cvs?


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#72 2004-07-12 23:14:00

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rezza wrote:
xerxes2 wrote:

it doesn't work rezza. ah well it's free software and it's a stupid feature anyway.  big_smile

really? works fine for me. What file are you adding it to?

ion-bindings , but as I said I don't really care..thanks anyway.

slackhack wrote:

except for the font problem (which i've given up solving

I've had problems also so I read the whole fontconfig manual and in the end I found this..
<match target="font">
                <edit name="rgba" mode="assign">
                        <const>rgb</const>
                </edit>
        </match>
now I'm happy but it might not be what you are looking for. You find it at freedesktop.org.


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#73 2004-07-13 01:05:11

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dp wrote:
jsutnoni wrote:

how usable is the 4.2cvs?

So far so good. I had one panel crash, but i think it was related to me doing something funny in the install. Ever since then its been great. Some really nice new features and xffm is lookin really nice.


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#74 2004-07-13 21:29:52

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Here is my desktop, featuring Enlightenment DR16, Eterm and gdesklets (wallpaper by digitalblasphemy) lol
http://utenti.lycos.it/rensel/enlightarch.png


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#75 2004-07-15 00:00:41

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Here is my screenie wink

http://www.soffcore.com/screenie001.jpg

edit: got rid of the extra img tag lol
second edit: for all those on dialup.. sheesh!

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