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#276 2010-01-11 21:45:38

pogeymanz
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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

hw-tph wrote:

Very simple. It gets the job done. No fancy stuff here.

http://img200.imageshack.us/img200/2041 … 00s.th.png

Is that Tint?

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#277 2010-01-11 21:55:20

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

Well,  For information on manually configuring tint2 see http://code.google.com/p/tint2/wiki/Configure.

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#278 2010-01-11 22:06:12

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

newfirefox.th.png


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#279 2010-01-11 22:14:14

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

Awesome!
How can I have firefox like that?


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#280 2010-01-11 22:22:40

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

I'm using a lightweight wm too now (coming from gnome). What do you use to display network connectivity and battery power?


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#281 2010-01-11 22:32:29

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

rent0n wrote:

Awesome!
How can I have firefox like that?

Yes you can, a few minor changes (the userchrome.css file is a mess right now wink) tonight/tomorrow and then i'll post it here smile
Would you like a stylish file or just the userchrome.css? (doesn't really matter, only the first line)

robrene wrote:

I'm using a lightweight wm too now (coming from gnome). What do you use to display network connectivity and battery power?

For network connectivity I use Wcid, for power management I use gnome-power-manager (mind the many dependencies)

Thanks

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#282 2010-01-11 23:01:10

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

Ah gpm... I don't want all those deps just for a bettery monitor... I might throw together a little Python application this weekend that shows just a tray icon to monitor the battery level, using the gtk icon theme for themeability.


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#283 2010-01-11 23:42:44

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

robrene wrote:

Ah gpm... I don't want all those deps just for a bettery monitor... I might throw together a little Python application this weekend that shows just a tray icon to monitor the battery level, using the gtk icon theme for themeability.

for a /really/ lightweight battery and wifi monitoring approach:

http://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php? … 19#p608519 (battery.sh and wireless.sh)

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#284 2010-01-12 00:04:55

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

Mikko777 wrote:

Ooh nice, guess you are creating the first fully SVG based theme then!
(aurorae+quantumstyle+plasma?)
Remember to have background as svgz too. smile

Isn't rendering SVG CPU intensive?

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#285 2010-01-12 00:27:19

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

tMzhibw
tMzhicg

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#286 2010-01-12 00:44:57

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

Not much changed since last month except the wallpaper.
Unreleased tint and openbox themes, EasyListeningDark gtk theme.
Made a new conky last week too.

Ask if you need anything.

http://s11.info/i/jan2010.png

I love these threads. Lots of inspiration.


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#287 2010-01-12 03:11:55

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

vMzhkcA

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#288 2010-01-12 03:20:51

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

testube_babies wrote:

Nice. Very slick man. And such a huge screen!!

Last edited by dwindle (2010-01-12 03:22:37)


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#289 2010-01-12 07:11:40

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

Still working hard on this. This is Gnome + Openbox + PyTyle. I still want to have a panel like awesome3's default one, but i'm having trouble figuring which one can offer that. If anyone knows please tell me! I'm talking about a panel like awesome3 that shows my workspaces (ex. 1-9), shows the clock, as well as a list of windows i have opened.

Empty:
http://img694.imageshack.us/img694/7106/emptyb.png

Dirty:
http://img532.imageshack.us/img532/3286/dirty.png

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#290 2010-01-12 08:45:36

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

Wauw, Change and testube_babies those are some nice desktops!


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#291 2010-01-12 12:06:52

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

Skoll wrote:

Isn't rendering SVG CPU intensive?

Guess its only rendered once to bitmap and then cached, so yes guess it is and who cares, if its fast.
Seems fast enough here so I'd prefer svg  over bitmap smile

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#292 2010-01-12 19:50:44

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

yCrTi.jpg

My IBM ThinkPad T41 at 1440x900 (left screen) and 21" Acer monitor at 1920x1080. I've had basically the same setup for 3 or 4 months. It's starting to get old, but I can't think of any ways to really improve it.

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#293 2010-01-12 19:59:24

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

2010-01-02-205224_1024x600_scrot_small.png

Hi, my netbook (Wind U100x) proudly running Arch (i686) + DWM (git) and other stuff wink


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#294 2010-01-12 20:37:19

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

JPEC wrote:

http://www.julienpecqueur.com/wordpress … _small.png

Hi, my netbook (Wind U100x) proudly running Arch (i686) + DWM (git) and other stuff wink

Yeryyyyyyyyyyyyyy nice! cool


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#295 2010-01-12 21:49:29

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

JPEC wrote:

http://www.julienpecqueur.com/wordpress … _small.png

Hi, my netbook (Wind U100x) proudly running Arch (i686) + DWM (git) and other stuff wink

How did you get that system tray? Is that built into dwm now?
I'm switching back to dwm momentarily if it is smile


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#296 2010-01-12 21:53:19

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

JPEC wrote:

http://www.julienpecqueur.com/wordpress … _small.png

Hi, my netbook (Wind U100x) proudly running Arch (i686) + DWM (git) and other stuff wink

How did you get that system tray? Is that built into dwm now?
I'm switching back to dwm momentarily if it is smile


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#297 2010-01-12 22:08:47

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

Looks like conky to me. But still a very nice set up...

If you want a systray in dwm, you could try this: http://afterstep13.wordpress.com/2008/1 … r-for-dwm/


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#298 2010-01-12 23:54:03

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

teh wrote:

Dude, share your rc.lua and yout theme.lua please.

I created a github account and uploaded my awesomewm files there:

http://github.com/tdy/dotfiles/tree/mas … g/awesome/

Caveats:
- I had never used lua prior to awesome3, and I have very limited programming background in general, so I'm sure a lot of the code is ugly/inefficient.  I will gladly take suggestions, bug fixes, etc.
- I don't always keep up with the latest awesomewm versions due to time constraints.  If an update requires config changes that I don't have time to fix, I will just revert the upgrade until I have time.  Somtimes can be a long time (e.g. I stayed with 3.0 until 3.2 came out.. skipped the 3.1 branch entirely).

Credits:
- Most of the colors are inspired by the Dust GTK+ theme.
- Most of the widget/layout icons are based on anrxc's artwork.

Desktop:
a64aw01122010.png

Thinkpad:
thinkpad01122010.png

Last edited by tdy (2010-01-14 02:55:57)

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#299 2010-01-13 01:14:45

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

moljac024 wrote:
JPEC wrote:

http://www.julienpecqueur.com/wordpress … _small.png

Hi, my netbook (Wind U100x) proudly running Arch (i686) + DWM (git) and other stuff wink

How did you get that system tray? Is that built into dwm now?
I'm switching back to dwm momentarily if it is smile

the answer lies in this ml thread: http://lists.suckless.org/dev/1001/2892.html. it's a little hack which uses fbpanel. i think Julien has also written instructions in French and put them on his website.


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#300 2010-01-13 01:15:38

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Re: January 2010 Screenshots

moljac024 wrote:

How did you get that system tray? Is that built into dwm now?
I'm switching back to dwm momentarily if it is smile

That's fbpanel. He explained how to get the systray on his blog, http://www.julienpecqueur.com/wordpress … -dans-dwm/. However, it's in French.

Edit: upsidaisium beat me.

Last edited by Skoll (2010-01-13 01:17:15)

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