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#1 2008-10-28 22:49:40

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dwm slim themes (8-pack)

In keeping with my dwm wallpaper thread, I've released an 8-pack of SLIM login themes for dwm fans:

EDIT: The files can now be found here: http://cinderwick.ca/projects/dwm-artwork-themes/

Four styles are included, each with a light and dark scheme.  In addition to SLIM, you'll need the 'artwiz-fonts' package (available from the repositories) for proper viewing. A couple of previews are below:

slim-dwm01_1.png slim-dwm04b_1.png

Cheers

Last edited by thayer (2011-04-20 17:26:23)


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#2 2008-10-28 22:52:05

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

nice work again thayer.  I don't use slim, but I'm sure these will be a great addition to many people's collections.


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#3 2008-10-28 23:43:03

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

maybe a quingy one? big_smile


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#4 2008-10-29 00:01:18

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

What font is that?


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#5 2008-10-29 00:30:11

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

Tempting.  I kind of like my current slim theme, but I'll grab these anyway.


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#6 2008-10-29 02:47:50

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

@rson: Thanks! And thanks for posting your startdwm script in the wiki thread--i'll have a go at it tonight if I get a chance.

@leo: Eww quingy? smile  I made that arch theme for quingy, but I gotta say I'm not fond of it.

@haxit: That's the edges font from the artwiz-fonts package.


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#7 2008-10-29 10:42:41

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

i feel quingy is more "arch way" login manager, i don't use it, but tty2 for my girlfriend-login do


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#8 2008-10-30 00:49:12

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

thayer wrote:

@rson: Thanks! And thanks for posting your startdwm script in the wiki thread--i'll have a go at it tonight if I get a chance.

@leo: Eww quingy? smile  I made that arch theme for quingy, but I gotta say I'm not fond of it.

@haxit: That's the edges font from the artwiz-fonts package.

Lol, thanks. I kinda figured it out after I realized I could just look at the config tongue
Well great job (Y)


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#9 2008-10-30 00:59:29

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

thayer wrote:

@rson: Thanks! And thanks for posting your startdwm script in the wiki thread--i'll have a go at it tonight if I get a chance.

No problem, hope it helps.


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#10 2008-10-30 02:00:11

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

Love it. I made a "archlinux" one instead of dwm smile

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#11 2008-10-30 02:40:03

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

Rydgel wrote:

Love it. I made a "archlinux" one instead of dwm smile

where?


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#12 2008-10-30 03:18:19

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

leo2501 wrote:
Rydgel wrote:

Love it. I made a "archlinux" one instead of dwm smile

where?

Here.

2985977226_f375b9d361.jpg

I'm going to sleep right now, I will edit and share this one if someone is interested.

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#13 2008-10-30 09:49:46

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

Rydgel wrote:
leo2501 wrote:
Rydgel wrote:

Love it. I made a "archlinux" one instead of dwm smile

where?

Here.

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3215/298 … b9d361.jpg

I'm going to sleep right now, I will edit and share this one if someone is interested.

whats is the font? i really like it, but maybe 1680x1050? smile


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#14 2008-10-30 10:09:12

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

Rydgel wrote:
leo2501 wrote:
Rydgel wrote:

Love it. I made a "archlinux" one instead of dwm smile

where?

Here.

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3215/298 … b9d361.jpg

I'm going to sleep right now, I will edit and share this one if someone is interested.

whats is the font? i REALLY like it, but maybe 1680x1050? smile i want to make a qingy one big_smile i will google for a guide or something

@haxit: how do you do the one you did? where did you look for a guide? or is much easier than I think?


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#15 2008-10-30 14:35:51

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

EDIT: Completely misunderstood a question here. Got rid of my response.

Last edited by fflarex (2008-10-30 16:54:24)

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#16 2008-10-30 14:41:33

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

leo2501 wrote:

whats is the font? i REALLY like it, but maybe 1680x1050? smile i want to make a qingy one big_smile i will google for a guide or something

The default qingy theme is commented--I think that's the best you're going to find...and even then, it's a mess.


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#17 2008-10-30 21:43:09

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

leo2501 wrote:
Rydgel wrote:
leo2501 wrote:

where?

Here.

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3215/298 … b9d361.jpg

I'm going to sleep right now, I will edit and share this one if someone is interested.

whats is the font? i REALLY like it, but maybe 1680x1050? smile i want to make a qingy one big_smile i will google for a guide or something

@haxit: how do you do the one you did? where did you look for a guide? or is much easier than I think?

What do you mean?

Also can you please release that theme rydgel?

Last edited by haxit (2008-10-30 21:48:38)


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#18 2008-10-30 23:33:18

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

haxit wrote:
leo2501 wrote:
Rydgel wrote:

Here.

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3215/298 … b9d361.jpg

I'm going to sleep right now, I will edit and share this one if someone is interested.

whats is the font? i REALLY like it, but maybe 1680x1050? smile i want to make a qingy one big_smile i will google for a guide or something

@haxit: how do you do the one you did? where did you look for a guide? or is much easier than I think?

What do you mean?

Also can you please release that theme rydgel?

no sorry i dont know that the default theme was so commented, lol


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#19 2010-06-13 08:48:56

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

I know I shouldn't be bumping threads this old, but the Wiki pointed me here, the link is dead and I really want to get those themes.

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#20 2010-06-13 08:56:38

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

You can grab them from Thayer' site: http://cinderwick.ca/projects/dwm/


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#21 2010-06-13 08:59:52

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

Thanks!

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#22 2010-06-14 09:27:43

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Re: dwm slim themes (8-pack)

leo2501 wrote:

i feel quingy is more "arch way" login manager, i don't use it, but tty2 for my girlfriend-login do

Actually the most "arch way" login manager is tty login + startx. wink


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