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#226 2010-01-09 20:40:22

twin
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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

robrene wrote:

That game looks really awesome! Thanks for the link!

big_smile

lswest wrote:

The "butterfly thingy" indicates the window is floating.  To get rid of it, hit mod + space to unfloat the window (I think. It may be mod + ctrl, I haven't used awesome for a while).  Of course, since you probably want it floated, either ignore it, or move the image from the awesome theme folder/rename it.

Thanks very much lswest!

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#227 2010-01-09 20:46:30

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

jasonwryan wrote:

http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4060/425 … d1c3_m.jpg

Started using tmux, finished my vim colourscheme and, to my amazement, found a better font than Inconsolata (at least for the Eee)...

What font? Also I noticed this cool colorscheme on your photostream. Could you post this please?


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#228 2010-01-09 20:49:37

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

opothehippo wrote:
jasonwryan wrote:

http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4060/425 … d1c3_m.jpg

Started using tmux, finished my vim colourscheme and, to my amazement, found a better font than Inconsolata (at least for the Eee)...

What font? Also I noticed this cool colorscheme on your photostream. Could you post this please?

The font is Envy Code R. The Xdefaults:

!! jwr dark
!black
 *color0:  #333333
 *color8:  #3D3D3D
!red
 *color1:  #8C4665
 *color9:  #BF4D80
!green
 *color2:  #287373
 *color10: #53A6A6
!yellow
 *color3:  #7C7C99
 *color11: #9E9ECB
!blue
 *color4:  #395573
 *color12: #477AB3
!magenta
 *color5:  #5E468C
 *color13: #7E62B3
!cyan
 *color6:  #31658C
 *color14: #6096BF
!white
 *color7:  #899CA1
 *color15: #C0C0C0

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#229 2010-01-09 21:27:13

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

Peasantoid wrote:

Saw the light of openbox.

http://peasantoid.org/files/screenshots … 039856.png
// edit: forgot about the thumbnail

And yes, I am somewhat behind on my updates. tongue

Nice wallpaper smile
Share plz roll

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#230 2010-01-09 21:50:41

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

twin wrote:

Thanks very much lswest!

No problem smile  Happy to help.


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#231 2010-01-09 23:44:17

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

E17, mixing several of the themes from AUR & modified Imago borders
click
I just love my smiling buddah: click

MC.

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#232 2010-01-10 00:28:31

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

What font is that?

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#233 2010-01-10 01:13:45

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

tMzdtOA

Last edited by melik (2010-01-10 01:20:24)

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#234 2010-01-10 01:16:08

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

mikesd wrote:
jasonwryan wrote:
tdy wrote:

- awesomeWM 3.4.3
- wombat vim colorscheme
- weather popup using awesome's naughty lib and a modified Wicked Cool Shell Script

http://img132.imageshack.us/img132/8214/a64awu.png

Nice wall: do you have a link?

It is generated by konify. See http://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=70887

I don't remember who made it or where I found it, except that it was somewhere on deviantart.  Judging by the konify screenshots, the creator very well could have used konify as their base template and expanded from there.

In any case, this is the exact version of the wallpaper that I'm using.. 1680x1050 and tinted to match my color scheme:

a64backgroundz.png


dots (or just the awesomewm config)

$ whatis this?
this?: nothing appropriate.

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#235 2010-01-10 01:20:53

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

jasonwryan wrote:

http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4060/425 … d1c3_m.jpg

Started using tmux, finished my vim colourscheme and, to my amazement, found a better font than Inconsolata (at least for the Eee)...

Man that's a nice looking set up. I didn't find your vim theme when poking around. Is it posted?

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#236 2010-01-10 01:32:24

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

Cruncharch
cruncharch.png

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#237 2010-01-10 01:45:32

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

skottish wrote:
jasonwryan wrote:

http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4060/425 … d1c3_m.jpg

Started using tmux, finished my vim colourscheme and, to my amazement, found a better font than Inconsolata (at least for the Eee)...

Man that's a nice looking set up. I didn't find your vim theme when poking around. Is it posted?

Thanks. It is now: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/261312/miromiro.vim

@tdy: thanks - that is a nicer version than the one in the thread...

Last edited by jasonwryan (2010-01-10 01:46:44)


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#238 2010-01-10 03:30:52

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

imageshack.us supports thumbnails, anyways, good #! reproduction smile

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#239 2010-01-10 03:32:15

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

jasonwryan wrote:
opothehippo wrote:
jasonwryan wrote:

http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4060/425 … d1c3_m.jpg

Started using tmux, finished my vim colourscheme and, to my amazement, found a better font than Inconsolata (at least for the Eee)...

What font? Also I noticed this cool colorscheme on your photostream. Could you post this please?

The font is Envy Code R. The Xdefaults:

!! jwr dark
!black
 *color0:  #333333
 *color8:  #3D3D3D
!red
 *color1:  #8C4665
 *color9:  #BF4D80
!green
 *color2:  #287373
 *color10: #53A6A6
!yellow
 *color3:  #7C7C99
 *color11: #9E9ECB
!blue
 *color4:  #395573
 *color12: #477AB3
!magenta
 *color5:  #5E468C
 *color13: #7E62B3
!cyan
 *color6:  #31658C
 *color14: #6096BF
!white
 *color7:  #899CA1
 *color15: #C0C0C0

Thanks!


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#240 2010-01-10 03:32:30

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

jasonwryan wrote:

http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4060/425 … d1c3_m.jpg

Started using tmux, finished my vim colourscheme and, to my amazement, found a better font than Inconsolata (at least for the Eee)...

What is the name of that font?

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#241 2010-01-10 03:34:25

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

linkmaster03 wrote:
jasonwryan wrote:

http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4060/425 … d1c3_m.jpg

Started using tmux, finished my vim colourscheme and, to my amazement, found a better font than Inconsolata (at least for the Eee)...

What is the name of that font?

Heh: look at the post above... (It is also mentioned, with a link, on the Flickr page) smile


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#242 2010-01-10 05:10:16

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

Woops, sorry! Great font. ttf-envy-code-r in AUR for anyone reading this.

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#243 2010-01-10 07:11:54

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

Same old.

vMzdvcQ


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#244 2010-01-10 11:45:19

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

snapshot.jpg snapshot1.jpg

I think this color scheme matches chromium default smile

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#245 2010-01-10 12:07:00

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

willxtreme wrote:

Cruncharch

Which is...

?


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#246 2010-01-10 12:09:38

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

aakos23 wrote:
Peasantoid wrote:

Saw the light of openbox.

http://peasantoid.org/files/screenshots … 039856.png
// edit: forgot about the thumbnail

And yes, I am somewhat behind on my updates. tongue

Nice wallpaper smile
Share plz roll

It's just this image (not mine) with some padding, but here you go.

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#247 2010-01-10 12:26:32

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

201001101280x800s.th.jpg
xmonad, dzen2, moc, pcmanfm, ekg2

clean:

201001101280x800.th.png

Last edited by flo08 (2010-01-10 12:39:04)

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#248 2010-01-10 13:27:16

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

flo08 any chance of posting your dzen configs?

Cheers
Paul-S

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#249 2010-01-10 14:15:06

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

B wrote:
willxtreme wrote:

Cruncharch

Which is...

?

I think he intends for his setup to look like Crunchbang, which is an openbox derivative of Ubuntu (crunch-eee is crunchbang for eeePCs, if you've heard of that before).


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#250 2010-01-10 14:29:42

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