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#51 2009-08-06 13:54:07

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

I'm currently configuring dwm on my laptop. At home, I use a dual monitor setup and the GNOME DE, yet "on the road" I'd like to use a dwm setup. I've created a .Xclients file with the following content:

eval `cat /home/whordijk/.fehbg`
nm-applet&
gnome-settings-daemon&
while true
do
    xsetroot -name "$(acpi | awk '{ print $3, $4 }' | sed s/","//g)"
done &
exec dwm

However, by running the Xclients script at the GDM, dwm doesn't start: I get thrown back into GNOME. Does anyone have an idea what the problem might be? I've also tried to use a startup script with the same content (just with #!/bin/bash appended at the start of the file) by having /usr/share/xsessions/dwm.desktop point to this script:

[Desktop Entry]
Encoding=UTF-8
Name=dwm
Comment=Dynamic window manager
Exec=/home/whordijk/.dwm/dwm-5.6.1/dwm_start.sh
Type=Application

This also doesn't work. Any ideas?

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#52 2009-08-06 16:11:44

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

If I were you, I'd comment everything but the dwm loop and see if that works...basically eliminate all the optional stuff and re-enable it one at a time until you figure out what's wrong with the script.

Also if you exec dwm from your script with error logging it may give you a bit more info...

dwm 2> ~/.dwm.err

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#53 2009-08-06 17:13:05

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

thayer wrote:

If I were you, I'd comment everything but the dwm loop and see if that works...basically eliminate all the optional stuff and re-enable it one at a time until you figure out what's wrong with the script.

Also if you exec dwm from your script with error logging it may give you a bit more info...

dwm 2> ~/.dwm.err

Thanks for the tip! I stripped my .Xclients down even to

exec dwm

and my dwm_start.sh to:

#!/bin/bash
exec dwm

Yet both won't work. When I append 2> ~/.dwm.err to the startup line, the .dwm.err files contains nothing after I've been kicked back into GNOME. I therefore think the error doesn't lie with dwm, but rather with the GDM...

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#54 2009-08-06 19:53:59

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

whordijk wrote:

Yet both won't work. When I append 2> ~/.dwm.err to the startup line, the .dwm.err files contains nothing after I've been kicked back into GNOME. I therefore think the error doesn't lie with dwm, but rather with the GDM...

Sorry that didn't do the trick, but you're probably right...it sounds like a GDM issue.  Unfortunately I don't use a DM so I can't offer much advice.  It maybe the format of .Xclients file I dunno.  FWIW if you plan to use only dwm on the laptop then GDM may be overkill.  I prefer to boot straight to a tty console, login and have dwm start automatically with .xinitrc. 

Check out my startup files for details if you're interested: http://bit.ly/eXN8eB

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#55 2009-08-06 20:07:11

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

thayer wrote:
whordijk wrote:

Yet both won't work. When I append 2> ~/.dwm.err to the startup line, the .dwm.err files contains nothing after I've been kicked back into GNOME. I therefore think the error doesn't lie with dwm, but rather with the GDM...

Sorry that didn't do the trick, but you're probably right...it sounds like a GDM issue.  Unfortunately I don't use a DM so I can't offer much advice.  It maybe the format of .Xclients file I dunno.  FWIW if you plan to use only dwm on the laptop then GDM may be overkill.  I prefer to boot straight to a tty console, login and have dwm start automatically with .xinitrc.  Check out my startup files for details if you're interested:

http://cinderwick.ca/files/configs/myDe … 90621-dwm/

Yeah, I use GDM only because at home I have a dual monitor setup and prefer to us GNOME: if I don't use GDM I'll have to edit .xinitrc every time I want to log into the other environment, which I think is kind of a hassle wink

Thanks for the link to the files, I'll check them out and see if I can come up with a nice solution!

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#56 2009-08-07 12:00:42

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

Hello today I modifed script to cotrol mpd via dmenu and I want to run this script by pressing Alt+q keys wink
That's part of my config.h:

static const char *mpdcmd[] = { "sh $HOME/mpd" , NULL }

And next about key's:

{ MODKEY,                       XK_q,      spawn,          {.v = mpdcmd } },

And start's problem's becouse when I try to run script I got error evacp can't run: no such file or directory and when I have /home/my user/mpd I got the same error but file exist neutral
And when I write in mpcmd command from script I got error's while compilation:

In file included from dwm.c:271:
config.h:38: error: expected '}' before 'play'
config.h:38: error: stray '`' in program
In file included from dwm.c:271:
config.h:38:157: warning: unknown escape sequence '\d'
config.h:38: error: stray '`' in program
make: *** [dwm.o] Error 1

What should I do?

Last edited by SpeedVin (2009-08-07 12:06:02)


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#57 2009-08-07 12:26:42

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

Hi speedvin
In my configuration it looks like:

  { WINKEY,                       XK_bracketleft,    spawn,  SHCMD("exec playmenu")},

While playmenu is:

#!/bin/sh
mpc play `mpc playlist | sed -e 's/)//;s/^ //' |dmenu -i -fn "-*-terminus-medium-r-normal-*-16-*-*-*-*-*-*-*" -nb '#051121' -nf '#fff' -sb '#26607e' -sf '#fff' |awk '{print $1}'`

And works well
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#58 2009-08-07 12:30:26

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

tadzik wrote:

Hi speedvin
In my configuration it looks like:

  { WINKEY,                       XK_bracketleft,    spawn,  SHCMD("exec playmenu")},

While playmenu is:

#!/bin/sh
mpc play `mpc playlist | sed -e 's/)//;s/^ //' |dmenu -i -fn "-*-terminus-medium-r-normal-*-16-*-*-*-*-*-*-*" -nb '#051121' -nf '#fff' -sb '#26607e' -sf '#fff' |awk '{print $1}'`

And works well
Regards

I have question about this way your playmenu is there where I have now mpdcmd?
Or can you post your config.h please?

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#59 2009-08-07 14:20:18

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

SpeedVin, I was unable to understand the first line of your post, therefore the second one seems clear to me wink You can find it here (plaintext here)

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#60 2009-08-07 14:32:06

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

SpeedVin wrote:

Hello today I modifed script to cotrol mpd via dmenu and I want to run this script by pressing Alt+q keys wink
That's part of my config.h:

static const char *mpdcmd[] = { "sh $HOME/mpd" , NULL }
static const char *mpdcmd[] = { "sh", "$HOME/mpd" , NULL };

Separate strings for each word, and a missing semicolon at the end.
If you put the whole thing in one string, it tries to run a file named "sh $HOME/mpd", one file, with a space in the name, and this definitely doesn't exist.

SpeedVin wrote:

And next about key's:

{ MODKEY,                       XK_q,      spawn,          {.v = mpdcmd } },

Looks ok.

SpeedVin wrote:

And start's problem's becouse when I try to run script I got error evacp can't run: no such file or directory and when I have /home/my user/mpd I got the same error but file exist neutral
And when I write in mpcmd command from script I got error's while compilation:

In file included from dwm.c:271:
config.h:38: error: expected '}' before 'play'
config.h:38: error: stray '`' in program
In file included from dwm.c:271:
config.h:38:157: warning: unknown escape sequence '\d'
config.h:38: error: stray '`' in program
make: *** [dwm.o] Error 1

What should I do?

My config.h doesn't have the word "play" in it anywhere, or a '\d' either.

I took this the simple way, and just made dwm able to do play/pause. Fancy control on mpd, I leave to running ncmpcpp myself.

You don't want my config.h, it has other messy things in it.

Last edited by ataraxia (2009-08-07 14:32:30)

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#61 2009-08-07 14:55:58

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

Thank you both for help you really help me smile
Tadzik thanks for posting you config wink

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#62 2009-08-08 12:23:54

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

Hello again.
Toaday I want to customise my dmenu bar.
I want to bar have the same color's as script's cotrolling mpd:

#!/bin/bash 
mpc play `mpc playlist | sed -e "s/^>/ /" | dmenu -fn glisp -nb "#100" -nf "#b9c0af" -sb "#000" -sf "#afff2f" -i | grep -P -o "^ \d+" `

But no succes when I compile I got no erors but after startx dwm say's that don't know color #afff2f neutral
I trided changing dmenu command for that's command form scipt but dmenu can't run neutral
Thanks for any help wink


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#63 2009-08-10 17:12:20

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

whordijk wrote:

...if I don't use GDM I'll have to edit .xinitrc every time I want to log into the other environment, which I think is kind of a hassle wink

You can put some if statements in your .bashrc so that depending on which tty you login from, it will start a different WM. This is what I use to start Openbox if I login to tty1, and start dwm if I login to tty2:

if [[ -z "$DISPLAY" ]] && [[ $(tty) = /dev/tty1 ]]; then
  sed -i "s/#exec openbox-session/exec openbox-session/" /home/brad/.xinitrc
  xinit -- :0 -novtswitch &> /dev/null &
  logout
fi
if [[ -z "$DISPLAY" ]] && [[ $(tty) = /dev/tty2 ]]; then
  sed -i "s/#exec openbox-session/exec openbox-session/" /home/brad/.xinitrc #so it doesn't get double commented
  sed -i "s/exec openbox-session/#exec openbox-session/" /home/brad/.xinitrc
  xinit -- :0 -novtswitch &> /dev/null &
  logout
fi

This works because I have the 'exec dwm' line below the 'exec openbox-session' line.

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#64 2009-08-10 18:37:20

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

linkmaster03 wrote:
whordijk wrote:

...if I don't use GDM I'll have to edit .xinitrc every time I want to log into the other environment, which I think is kind of a hassle wink

You can put some if statements in your .bashrc so that depending on which tty you login from, it will start a different WM. This is what I use to start Openbox if I login to tty1, and start dwm if I login to tty2:

if [[ -z "$DISPLAY" ]] && [[ $(tty) = /dev/tty1 ]]; then
  sed -i "s/#exec openbox-session/exec openbox-session/" /home/brad/.xinitrc
  xinit -- :0 -novtswitch &> /dev/null &
  logout
fi
if [[ -z "$DISPLAY" ]] && [[ $(tty) = /dev/tty2 ]]; then
  sed -i "s/#exec openbox-session/exec openbox-session/" /home/brad/.xinitrc #so it doesn't get double commented
  sed -i "s/exec openbox-session/#exec openbox-session/" /home/brad/.xinitrc
  xinit -- :0 -novtswitch &> /dev/null &
  logout
fi

This works because I have the 'exec dwm' line below the 'exec openbox-session' line.

That's a pretty nice solution, thanks for the tip! smile

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#65 2009-08-12 10:27:13

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

Hello.
I configure my DWM and I have next question how change the color of this blue 1 pix. frame on Windows?
And I want to bump my last question , I will quote myself:

Hello again.
Toaday I want to customise my dmenu bar.
I want to bar have the same color's as script's cotrolling mpd:
Code:

#!/bin/bash 
mpc play `mpc playlist | sed -e "s/^>/ /" | dmenu -fn glisp -nb "#100" -nf "#b9c0af" -sb "#000" -sf "#afff2f" -i | grep -P -o "^ \d+" `
But no succes when I compile I got no erors but after startx dwm say's that don't know color #afff2f :|
I trided changing dmenu command for that's command form scipt but dmenu can't run :|
Thanks for any help ;)

wink

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#66 2009-08-12 11:03:34

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

SpeedVin wrote:

Hello.
I configure my DWM and I have next question how change the color of this blue 1 pix. frame on Windows?
And I want to bump my last question , I will quote myself:

Hello again.
Toaday I want to customise my dmenu bar.
I want to bar have the same color's as script's cotrolling mpd:
Code:

#!/bin/bash 
mpc play `mpc playlist | sed -e "s/^>/ /" | dmenu -fn glisp -nb "#100" -nf "#b9c0af" -sb "#000" -sf "#afff2f" -i | grep -P -o "^ \d+" `
But no succes when I compile I got no erors but after startx dwm say's that don't know color #afff2f :|
I trided changing dmenu command for that's command form scipt but dmenu can't run :|
Thanks for any help ;)

wink

To change the colour of the window borders, you can adjust the folowing lines in config.h to your likings:

static const char normbordercolor[] = "#------"; /* normal border colour */
static const char selbordercolor[] = "#------"; /* selected border colour */

The border width is controlled by:

static const unsigned int borderpx = 1; /* border pixel of windows */

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#67 2009-08-12 12:16:51

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

whordijk wrote:
SpeedVin wrote:

Hello.
I configure my DWM and I have next question how change the color of this blue 1 pix. frame on Windows?
And I want to bump my last question , I will quote myself:

Hello again.
Toaday I want to customise my dmenu bar.
I want to bar have the same color's as script's cotrolling mpd:
Code:

#!/bin/bash 
mpc play `mpc playlist | sed -e "s/^>/ /" | dmenu -fn glisp -nb "#100" -nf "#b9c0af" -sb "#000" -sf "#afff2f" -i | grep -P -o "^ \d+" `
But no succes when I compile I got no erors but after startx dwm say's that don't know color #afff2f :|
I trided changing dmenu command for that's command form scipt but dmenu can't run :|
Thanks for any help ;)

wink

To change the colour of the window borders, you can adjust the folowing lines in config.h to your likings:

static const char normbordercolor[] = "#------"; /* normal border colour */
static const char selbordercolor[] = "#------"; /* selected border colour */

The border width is controlled by:

static const unsigned int borderpx = 1; /* border pixel of windows */

Thanks I just write html color #FF0000 - red but the border is balck neutral


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#68 2009-08-12 12:18:58

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

SpeedVin wrote:

Thanks I just write html color #FF0000 - red but the border is balck neutral

Did you put that at the normal border colour or the selected border colour? You did recompile dwm, right?

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#69 2009-08-12 12:21:12

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

First I put it in normal border colour and that didin't works and next I put it in selected border colour and no luck DWM recompiles fine wink


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#70 2009-08-12 12:25:52

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

SpeedVin wrote:

First I put it in normal border colour and that didin't works and next I put it in selected border colour and no luck DWM recompiles fine wink

That's pretty weird hmm Uhm. I haven't got a clue, really... Could you post your config.h? Perhaps there are some settings that override the colouring of your window borders.

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#71 2009-08-12 12:30:10

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

whordijk wrote:
SpeedVin wrote:

First I put it in normal border colour and that didin't works and next I put it in selected border colour and no luck DWM recompiles fine wink

That's pretty weird hmm Uhm. I haven't got a clue, really... Could you post your config.h? Perhaps there are some settings that override the colouring of your window borders.

No problem wink

  1 #include <X11/XF86keysym.h>
  2 /* appearance */
  3 static const char font[]            = "-*-*-glisp-*-*-*-8-*-*-*-*-*-*-*";
  4 static const char normbordercolor[] = "#FF0000";
  5 static const char normbgcolor[]     = "#100";
  6 static const char normfgcolor[]     = "#b9c0af";
  7 static const char selbordercolor[]  = "#FF0000";
  8 static const char selbgcolor[]      = "#000";
  9 static const char selfgcolor[]      = "#aafff2";
 10 static unsigned int borderpx        = 1;        /* border pixel of windows */
 11 static unsigned int snap            = 32;       /* snap pixel */
 12 static Bool showbar                 = False;     /* False means no bar */
 13 static Bool topbar                  = False;     /* False means bottom bar */
 14 /* tagging */
 15 static const char *tags[] = { "0" };
 16 static const Rule rules[] = {
 17     /* class      instance    title       tags mask     isfloating   monitor */
 18 { "Gimp",     NULL,       NULL,       0,            True,        -1 },
 19 };
 20 /* layout(s) */
 21 static float mfact      = 0.55; /* factor of master area size [0.05..0.95] */
 22 static Bool resizehints = False; /* False means respect size hints in tiled resizals */
 23 static Layout layouts[] = {
 24         /* symbol     arrange function */
 25         { "[]=",      tile },    /* first entry is default */
 26         { "><>",      NULL },    /* no layout function means floating behavior */
 27         { "[M]",      monocle },
 28 i};
 29 /* key definitions */
 30 #define MODKEY Mod1Mask
 31 #define TAGKEYS(KEY,TAG) \
 32         { MODKEY,                       KEY,      view,           {.ui = 1 << TAG} }, \
 33         { MODKEY|ControlMask,           KEY,      toggleview,     {.ui = 1 << TAG} }, \
 34         { MODKEY|ShiftMask,             KEY,      tag,            {.ui = 1 << TAG} }, \
 35         { MODKEY|ControlMask|ShiftMask, KEY,      toggletag,      {.ui = 1 << TAG} },
 36 /* helper for spawning shell commands in the pre dwm-5.0 fashion */
 37 #define SHCMD(cmd) { .v = (const char*[]){ "/bin/sh", "-c", cmd, NULL } }
 38 /* commands */
 39 static const char *dmenucmd[] = { "dmenu_run", "-fn", font, "-nb", normbgcolor, "-nf", normfgcolor, "-sb", selbgcolor, "-sf", selfgcolor, "-i", NULL 
 40 static const char *mpdcmd[] = { "sh", "/home/user/mpd" , NULL };
 41 static const char *termcmd[]  = { "urxvt", NULL };
 42 sitatic Key keys[] = {
 43         /* modifier                     key        function        argument */
 44         { MODKEY,                       XK_F1,     spawn,          SHCMD("exec mpc play")},
 45         { MODKEY,                       XK_F2,     spawn,          SHCMD("exec mpc stop")},
 46         { MODKEY,                       XK_F3,     spawn,          SHCMD("exec mpc pause")},
 47         { MODKEY,                       XK_F4,     spawn,          SHCMD("exec mpc volume -5")},
 48         { 0,                       XF86XK_AudioRaiseVolume,     spawn,          SHCMD("exec mpc volume +5")},
 49         { MODKEY,                       XK_e,      spawn,          {.v = mpdcmd }},
 50         { MODKEY,                       XK_p,      spawn,          {.v = dmenucmd } },
 51         { MODKEY,                       XK_u,      spawn,          {.v = termcmd } },
 52         { MODKEY,                       XK_b,      togglebar,      {0} },
 53         { MODKEY,                       XK_j,      focusstack,     {.i = +1 } },
 54         { MODKEY,                       XK_k,      focusstack,     {.i = -1 } },
 55         { MODKEY,                       XK_h,      setmfact,       {.f = -0.05} },
 56         { MODKEY,                       XK_l,      setmfact,       {.f = +0.05} },
 57         { MODKEY,                       XK_Return, zoom,           {0} },
 58         { MODKEY,                       XK_Tab,    view,           {0} },
 59         { MODKEY|ShiftMask,             XK_c,      killclient,     {0} },
 60         { MODKEY,                       XK_t,      setlayout,      {.v = &layouts[0]} },
 61         { MODKEY,                       XK_f,      setlayout,      {.v = &layouts[1]} },
 62         { MODKEY,                       XK_m,      setlayout,      {.v = &layouts[2]} },
 63         { MODKEY,                       XK_0,      view,           {.ui = ~0 } },
 64         { MODKEY|ShiftMask,             XK_0,      tag,            {.ui = ~0 } },
 65         { MODKEY|ShiftMask,             XK_q,      quit,           {0} },
 66 };
 67 /* button definitions */
 68 /*i click can be a tag number (starting at 0),
 69  * ClkLtSymbol, ClkStatusText, ClkWinTitle, ClkClientWin, or ClkRootWin */
 70 staitic Button buttons[] = {
 71         /* click                event mask      button          function        argument */
 72         { ClkWinTitle,          0,              Button2,        zoom,           {0} },
 73         { ClkStatusText,        0,              Button2,        spawn,          {.v = termcmd } },
 74         { ClkClientWin,         MODKEY,         Button1,        movemouse,      {0} },
 75         { ClkClientWin,         MODKEY,         Button2,        togglefloating, {0} },
 76         { ClkClientWin,         MODKEY,         Button3,        resizemouse,    {0} },
 77         { ClkTagBar,            0,              Button1,        view,           {0} },
 78         { ClkTagBar,            0,              Button3,        toggleview,     {0} },
 79         { ClkTagBar,            MODKEY,         Button1,        tag,            {0} },
 80         { ClkTagBar,            MODKEY,         Button3,        toggletag,      {0} },
 81 };
~

This numbers are from Vim wink

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#72 2009-08-12 12:41:16

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

SpeedVin wrote:

No problem wink

  *snip*

This numbers are from Vim wink

Ok, thanks. I'm not too sure about the use of the hexadecimal colour codes expressed by three numbers. I suggest replacing the hex codes like this:

static const char normbgcolor[] = "#100";    ->    static const char normbgcolor[] = "#110000";
static const char selbgcolor[] = "#000";    ->    static const char selbgcolor[] = "#000000";

I'm not sure if that will fix your problem, but I guess it's worth the try wink

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#73 2009-08-12 12:46:31

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

whordijk wrote:
SpeedVin wrote:

No problem wink

  *snip*

This numbers are from Vim wink

Ok, thanks. I'm not too sure about the use of the hexadecimal colour codes expressed by three numbers. I suggest replacing the hex codes like this:

static const char normbgcolor[] = "#100";    ->    static const char normbgcolor[] = "#110000";
static const char selbgcolor[] = "#000";    ->    static const char selbgcolor[] = "#000000";

I'm not sure if that will fix your problem, but I guess it's worth the try wink

I changed this but problem are stil here neutral
BTW. I just uploaded to AUR dwm-git package if someone like new thigs can tested it wink

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#74 2009-08-12 13:23:04

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

Ok problem solved thanks whordijk I got few error's in my config and when I delated src dir in my build dir he uses config.def.h wink

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#75 2009-08-12 13:25:07

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Re: Show off your Dwm configuration!

SpeedVin wrote:

Ok problem solved thanks http:whordijk I got few error's in my config and when I delated src dir in my build dir he uses config.def.h wink

Ah! Nice you've got it solved smile

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