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#526 2009-08-25 02:41:48

Daisuke_Aramaki
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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

OpenBSD4.5 EEE1000H

vMjdtcg

Last edited by Daisuke_Aramaki (2009-08-25 02:41:58)


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#527 2009-08-25 02:47:32

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

Daisuke_Aramaki: what is that taskbar on the top?

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#528 2009-08-25 03:43:26

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

RagePie wrote:

Daisuke_Aramaki: what is that taskbar on the top?

Looks like caw


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#529 2009-08-25 04:56:19

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

myrkiada wrote:

bosha: Sure! It's part of Gaia09-Natural-WP-pack @ deviantArt. smile

Thanks. I love these wallpapers roll


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#530 2009-08-25 07:48:11

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

myrkiada wrote:
SpeedVin wrote:
myrkiada wrote:

SpeedVin: If you can wait a couple of hours I'll post them, but right now I really have to run. wink

Ok No Problem for me I can wait smile

Here is my dzen configs/scripts.

You might need; dzen2-svn, bc and dzen2-gadgets-svn.
Icons pack can be found here, I use sm4tik's.

Ok Thanks I will try them.
BTW. I can only use one of them becouse dzen2-gadgets-svn conflict's dzen2 and dzen2-svn.
Ohh No can you see by what package is print command owned?

Daisuke_Aramaki wrote:

OpenBSD4.5 EEE1000H

http://omploader.org/vMjdtcg

Hah great screenshot I know it that someone else listen to Armin Van Buuren here.

Last edited by SpeedVin (2009-08-25 08:20:29)


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#531 2009-08-25 07:50:52

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

thanks for the xdef droog
@myrkiada thanks for the dzen2 conf big_smile


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#532 2009-08-25 12:45:32

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

SpeedVin wrote:
myrkiada wrote:
SpeedVin wrote:

Ok No Problem for me I can wait smile

Here is my dzen configs/scripts.

You might need; dzen2-svn, bc and dzen2-gadgets-svn.
Icons pack can be found here, I use sm4tik's.

Ok Thanks I will try them.
BTW. I can only use one of them becouse dzen2-gadgets-svn conflict's dzen2 and dzen2-svn.
Ohh No can you see by what package is print command owned?

Daisuke_Aramaki wrote:

OpenBSD4.5 EEE1000H

http://omploader.org/vMjdtcg

Hah great screenshot I know it that someone else listen to Armin Van Buuren here.

It's a zsh scripts so I'm guessing you need zsh for the print command to work. About the dzen2 conflict. try removing dzen2 and/or dzen2-svn and install only dzen2-gadgets-svn. That package did not exist when I installed gdbar a while ago, I think gdbar whas a package in itself, dunno. Anyway, I think dzen2-gadgets-svn is all you need now.

vlearner: You're welcome. wink

I did some small updates to the scripts last night to make some of the icons dynamic, eg. volume icon changes depending on if volume is muted, and the play icon changes from play, stop, and pause depending on what mpd is doing. I guess there are more elegant ways of doing that, but it works for now. I'll post an update on github within the hour.

Last edited by myrkiada (2009-08-25 12:53:44)


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#533 2009-08-25 12:54:42

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

myrkiada wrote:
SpeedVin wrote:
myrkiada wrote:

Here is my dzen configs/scripts.

You might need; dzen2-svn, bc and dzen2-gadgets-svn.
Icons pack can be found here, I use sm4tik's.

Ok Thanks I will try them.
BTW. I can only use one of them becouse dzen2-gadgets-svn conflict's dzen2 and dzen2-svn.
Ohh No can you see by what package is print command owned?

Daisuke_Aramaki wrote:

OpenBSD4.5 EEE1000H

http://omploader.org/vMjdtcg

Hah great screenshot I know it that someone else listen to Armin Van Buuren here.

It's a zsh scripts so I'm guessing you need zsh for the print command to work. About the dzen2 conflict. try removing dzen2 and/or dzen2-svn and install only dzen2-gadgets-svn. That package did not exist when I installed gdbar a while ago, I think gdbar whas a package in itself, dunno. Anyway, I think dzen2-gadgets-svn is all you need now.

I do before that what you said but thanks.And to the print command maybe we can change it to another that work in bash maybe echo?


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#534 2009-08-25 13:11:24

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

sand_man wrote:
Saint0fCloud wrote:

Some awesome screenshots, I can't believe I've never really posted over here. Anyways......

http://a.imagehost.org/t/0541/2009-08-2 … _scrot.jpg

Nice clock! Is that one of those KDE widgets?

No, it's a superkaramba theme, http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.ph … tent=95681


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#535 2009-08-25 13:15:16

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

SpeedVin wrote:

I do before that what you said but thanks.And to the print command maybe we can change it to another that work in bash maybe echo?

Not sure, I'm kinda new to all of this, but I think you just need to have zsh installed, you can still use bash if you want to. About changing it into a bash script that would require rewriting most of the script I believe.


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#536 2009-08-25 13:18:31

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

myrkiada wrote:
SpeedVin wrote:

I do before that what you said but thanks.And to the print command maybe we can change it to another that work in bash maybe echo?

Not sure, I'm kinda new to all of this, but I think you just need to have zsh installed, you can still use bash if you want to. About changing it into a bash script that would require rewriting most of the script I believe.

Ouch then I have to install zsh smile
And one more question your run script's from terminal or from your xmonad.hs?


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#537 2009-08-25 13:27:15

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

SpeedVin wrote:
myrkiada wrote:
SpeedVin wrote:

I do before that what you said but thanks.And to the print command maybe we can change it to another that work in bash maybe echo?

Not sure, I'm kinda new to all of this, but I think you just need to have zsh installed, you can still use bash if you want to. About changing it into a bash script that would require rewriting most of the script I believe.

Ouch then I have to install zsh smile
And one more question your run script's from terminal or from your xmonad.hs?

I run them from .xinitrc like this. (or from terminal when testing)

./path/to/scripts/rtop.sh &
./path/to/scripts/rbottom.sh &
./path/to/scripts/lbottom.sh &

exec xmonad

Last edited by myrkiada (2009-08-25 13:33:55)


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#538 2009-08-25 13:33:29

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

Ok last question the clock on your bar change dynamicly or viev state time? smile


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#539 2009-08-25 13:40:36

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

SpeedVin wrote:

Ok last question the clock on your bar change dynamicly or viev state time? smile

Not sure if I understand your question. But yeah, it does change dynamicly, the SLEEP variable is set to 1 (one second) so it runs the script every sec and then spits it out in dzen2.

MYDATE_FORMAT='%H:%M:%S - %a, %d.%m.%y'

mydate() {
    date  +${MYDATE_FORMAT}
}

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#540 2009-08-25 13:43:21

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

myrkiada wrote:
SpeedVin wrote:

Ok last question the clock on your bar change dynamicly or viev state time? smile

Not sure if I understand your question. But yeah, it does change dynamicly, the SLEEP variable is set to 1 (one second) so it runs the script every sec and then spits it out in dzen2.

MYDATE_FORMAT='%H:%M:%S - %a, %d.%m.%y'

mydate() {
    date  +${MYDATE_FORMAT}
}

Hah that I wanted but I forgive one question.
To run this script's I must be in ZSH shell or I can be in BASH?


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#541 2009-08-25 13:49:36

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

SpeedVin wrote:
myrkiada wrote:
SpeedVin wrote:

Ok last question the clock on your bar change dynamicly or viev state time? smile

Not sure if I understand your question. But yeah, it does change dynamicly, the SLEEP variable is set to 1 (one second) so it runs the script every sec and then spits it out in dzen2.

MYDATE_FORMAT='%H:%M:%S - %a, %d.%m.%y'

mydate() {
    date  +${MYDATE_FORMAT}
}

Hah that I wanted but I forgive one question.
To run this script's I must be in ZSH shell or I can be in BASH?

Fist line of the scripts says it it a zsh script (#!/bin/zsh) so I'm guessin that as long as you have zsh installed you can still run it from bash or whatever.

Btw, maby we should create a new "XMonad/dzen2 configs + screenshot" thread, so we don't hijack this one. tongue Anyway, I have to go, good luck. wink

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#542 2009-08-25 14:10:23

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

myrkiada wrote:
SpeedVin wrote:
myrkiada wrote:

Not sure if I understand your question. But yeah, it does change dynamicly, the SLEEP variable is set to 1 (one second) so it runs the script every sec and then spits it out in dzen2.

MYDATE_FORMAT='%H:%M:%S - %a, %d.%m.%y'

mydate() {
    date  +${MYDATE_FORMAT}
}

Hah that I wanted but I forgive one question.
To run this script's I must be in ZSH shell or I can be in BASH?

Fist line of the scripts says it it a zsh script (#!/bin/zsh) so I'm guessin that as long as you have zsh installed you can still run it from bash or whatever.

Btw, maby we should create a new "XMonad/dzen2 configs + screenshot" thread, so we don't hijack this one. tongue Anyway, I have to go, good luck. wink

We have XMonad hacking thread but I installed zsh and still print: command not found sad


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#543 2009-08-25 15:24:39

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

SpeedVin wrote:

We have XMonad hacking thread but I installed zsh and still print: command not found sad

It seems to work just as fine with echo, just change "print" and "printf" to "echo -n" in the scripts and it "should" work, at least it does so here. Hope that helps.

Err, that didn't really work that well, I edited the wrong files, and executed the origninal one. tongue

Replacing "print" with "echo" works fine, but for "printf" I'm not sure..

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#544 2009-08-25 16:00:06

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

2009-08-24-clean-thumb.png
Dwm 5.6.1, patched with bottom stack, pango patch, bottom bar (not in use right now), tag switcher w/ left/right arrow, and a bunch a keyboard shortcuts. The diff file in the comments link will patch the 5.6.1 source tree for all of the above patches in one fell swoop (including my keyboard shortcuts). The wallpaper was part of a bunch I picked up at tor.com a while ago...not sure if it's still there or not. My status bar is a bit cryptic, since I'm on a laptop and trying to save some room. Still have to add an mpd 'now playing' line someplace. Conky on the desktop showing my Google calendar and my todo.sh todolist.

2009-08-24-busy-thumb.png
Vim, mutt, ncmpcpp-git, and dmenu-xft-vertical (with a custom caching launch script courtesy of brisbin33).

Configs here. Let me know if I forgot something you want to see and I'll add it to that directory. I haven't cleaned up my scripts or configs in awhile, so there's probably some unnecessary stuff in them....please let me know if there's something I can do better!

Thanks smile
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#545 2009-08-25 17:25:16

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

firecat53 wrote:

Dwm 5.6.1, patched with bottom stack...

Very nice, I'll sift through your configs when I get a chance...


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#546 2009-08-25 18:30:49

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

brenix wrote:

Nice setup milomouse. Mind sharing your configs for ion3?

I'm not sure what you want. My configs are the defaults with slight changes, and I also got some configs from http://modeemi.fi/~tuomov/repos/ion-scripts-3/  But as far as the look of my Ion3 setup, I have a "look_milomouse.lua" config I can share. Just put it in your ~/.ion3/ folder and change the Look with the F12 button "styles/look_milomouse". And I changed the "lookcommon_emboss.lua" in ~/.ion3/ to fit my color scheme.

http://gist.github.com/174893   (my "look_milomouse.lua" config)
http://gist.github.com/174904   (slightly altered colors for "lookcommon_emboss.lua")

If there's something else you wanted in specific, let me know.

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#547 2009-08-25 19:37:05

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

Felt a bit adventurous today, so I changed some colors.

XMonad
Clean:
tMjd0Yw
Gimp Layout:
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Terminals:
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#548 2009-08-25 20:10:23

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

So I could not stay with the KDE/Xmonad combination for long smile .... I am sucesfully back to Xmonad
Now with dzen2-svn instead of xmobar

MqaH9s.png


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#549 2009-08-25 20:20:36

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

Not much has changed: I've changed my wallpaper and adapted my conky configuration. Still with dwm, although I must say I am getting a bit curious because of all the people who are so positive about Xmonad smile Should I give it a try...?
screenthumb.png

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#550 2009-08-25 20:31:21

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Re: August 2009 Screenshots

Whordijk: If you've got some time on your hands, sure. It's loads of fun if you don't know haskell - you know it is the "feeling your way around a pitch black room with a long narrow stick breaking stuff along the way until you suddenly hit the light switch" sorta feeling.

Highly recommended!

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