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#51 2003-08-14 19:30:38

miro
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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

Thank you. I've played with the prompt colouring in my first screenshot (http://mironcho.cult.bg/arch/arch_at_home.png), but I prefer the simple bash-2.05b#  big_smile

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#52 2003-08-15 15:56:10

seba
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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

hi to all, here comes 3 screenshot of the most wonderfull linux distribution:
First: Fluxbox
Fluxbox
Second: Gnome 2.2
Gnome 2.2
Third: Kde 3.1.3
Kde 3.1.3


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#53 2003-08-16 11:18:01

Blaasvis
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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

screenie
oeh it looks hot again smile


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#54 2003-08-19 01:54:22

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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

Well, since it seems to be the hip thing to do... ~_~

thumbnail-20030818.jpg
(Click for full size image)

Gnome 2.2.2

-Toth

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#55 2003-08-19 03:28:23

Toth
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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

sarah31 wrote:

oh my! i know a few folks who would like that background.

Heh, link. ~_~

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#56 2003-08-19 12:12:05

whatah
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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

heh, being that green is my favorite color and i just did a gtk2 theme around green. here is my desktop.

http://whatah.netfirms.com/screenshot.html


(i saw the other forum as well, but being this one has more posts i guess i will post it twice)

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#57 2003-08-19 15:34:17

Jagged
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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

mmm hotness

http://filebox.vt.edu/users/jodavis5/ss9.png
(2004 porche carrera)


Nkawtg...n!

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#58 2003-08-22 17:20:53

Jagged
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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

another ss for porche fans: Porche GT2

http://filebox.vt.edu/users/jodavis5/ss11.png


Nkawtg...n!

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#59 2003-08-22 17:55:36

Jagged
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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

never said they were, they can still have hotness though smile


Nkawtg...n!

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#60 2003-08-22 19:22:23

neri
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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

sarah31 wrote:

bah cars are hot unless they are stolen, sun warmed or heated too much tongue

...but smelly then, most of the time  tongue
SCNR


bye neri

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#61 2003-08-23 00:18:19

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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

about the desktop , nice background on the picture
about the cars , cars are sexy depending on who is on your side


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#62 2003-09-10 20:25:51

bulliver
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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)


30 Helens agree: a bathtub full of otters is damn fine entertainment for the price.
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#63 2003-09-10 20:53:12

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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)


GNU/Linux: Share & Enjoy!

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#64 2003-09-22 17:43:38

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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

http://www.airliners.net/open.file?id=421834

An interesting wallpaper brought to my attention by someone on linuxjunior.  Not exactly arch specific, it's pretty close, and pretty cool looking to boot!


My hovercraft is full of eels.

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#65 2003-10-03 04:35:16

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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

Some screenies of my brand new XFce4 desktop and Trillian 2 running on it.

http://www.iespana.es/crowix/escritorio/trillian2.htm


Leonardo Andrés Gallego
www.archlinux-es.org || Comunidad Hispana de Arch Linux

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#66 2003-10-03 15:53:36

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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

sud_crow wrote:

Some screenies of my brand new XFce4 desktop and Trillian 2 running on it.

I was not aware XFce4 has developed into a great desktop. Before reading this topic, I was cursing KDE's slowness and planning to change to another desktop. I am installing XFce4.

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#67 2003-10-04 04:03:46

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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

Its pretty good and fast, not as fast as fluxbox, but its nice to have a panel and a "real" taskbar.
Anyway im eager to try fluxbox as wm for gnome 2.4... just waiting it gets to official.


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#68 2003-10-04 04:48:12

rasat
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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

How to get icons and to make XFce4 to look like this (XFce4 screenshot):
http://www.xfce.org/images/screenshots/andre.png

How to increase color resolution? Default is low.... looks like 256 color only (in my XFce4).

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#69 2003-10-04 10:26:39

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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

Hi, for what i know the color depth is set in the XFree configuration file.
About the icons, i really wish i knew! i cant find anything relating to them, just that some of them are KDE kind and other are Gentoo's bubble kind.

The thing on the left is a child-panel witth diferent launchers and using the same icon-theme as the panel. Its called Lil'Icons and its on the Settings manager. you might have to launch it to see it: xfce4-iconbox

the desktop icons may be set using some other application, as iDesk or similar...


Leonardo Andrés Gallego
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#70 2003-10-04 11:52:54

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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

sud_crow wrote:

About the icons, i really wish i knew! i cant find anything relating to them, just that some of them are KDE kind and other are Gentoo's bubble kind.

The thing on the left is a child-panel witth diferent launchers and using the same icon-theme as the panel. Its called Lil'Icons and its on the Settings manager. you might have to launch it to see it: xfce4-iconbox

the desktop icons may be set using some other application, as iDesk or similar...

Hi,

I really think it's gentoos icon set. You can see and download it here
http://www.gentoo.org/dyn/icons.xml Note, there is a big tarball at
the bottom of the page.

Concerning the panel on the left, I think you are wrong. To me it looks
like a rox panel (Note that symlink icon's arrow). furthermore, AFAIR rox
can be used to draw Icons on the desktop. For that you have to use rox
instead of xfdesktop. Don't ask me how that works, I don't need/use that.

bye neri

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#71 2003-10-05 04:00:41

sud_crow
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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

Hi,

well,. about the left panel you may be right and i used Rox in Fluxbox, but not as my desktop manager so i dont know how to set up icons or panels, just the ROX-Filer (file manager)..
The xfce4-iconbox is actually a icon-taskbar, and that on the picture is a launch panel. And i just realised that its at the left of the Panel, attached to it in a horizontal postition, i have it in the same position as the left panel is in the pic, vertical, thats why i got confused.

The icons on that launch panel are from Gentoo, and the bubbles on the desktop too, the others are from KDE.


Leonardo Andrés Gallego
www.archlinux-es.org || Comunidad Hispana de Arch Linux

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#72 2003-10-12 04:00:29

sud_crow
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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

Update on my desktop!

By the way, found what that bar is, is a gDesklet, launchbar.

here it is:
http://www.iespana.es/crowix/escritorio … ioping.jpg

heres other:
http://www.iespana.es/crowix/escritorio … rueba3.jpg


Leonardo Andrés Gallego
www.archlinux-es.org || Comunidad Hispana de Arch Linux

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#73 2003-10-12 15:46:29

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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

Wich app is the one that shows you the weather and other stuff?


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They're all resting down in Cornwall
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#74 2003-10-12 16:32:27

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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

It is called gDesklets.  It was somewhat of a pain to finally figure out how to install new desklets to it via nautilus in Gnome 2.4, you have to add the following line to /opt/gnome/etc/gnome-vfs-mime-magic right after the svg comment in order to be able to double click on a .display file  :

0:256   string          <display                             application/x-gdesklets-display

So far I have been using this thing called the starterbar and it is awesome, its like the bar in Mac OS X, I got it at http://gdesklets.gnomedesktop.org/categ … _app_id=13

Kritoke


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#75 2003-10-12 18:26:18

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Re: AL screenshots (Archival, see other screenshots thread)

I don't have gnome, and I can't install the weather desklet. It gives me this error when trying to instal the sensor.

Could not extract the archive.
tar reported an error:
Weather/
Weather/__init__.py
Weather/po/
Weather/po/Makefile
Weather/po/weather-sensor.pot
Weather/po/de.po
Weather/po/nl.po
Weather/ChangeLog
Weather/locale/
Weather/locale/de/
Weather/locale/de/LC_MESSAGES/
Weather/locale/de/LC_MESSAGES/weather-sensor.mo
Weather/locale/install_locales.py
Weather/locale/nl/
Weather/locale/nl/LC_MESSAGES/
Weather/locale/nl/LC_MESSAGES/weather-sensor.mo
Weather/icons/
Weather/icons/sun.png
Weather/icons/thunder.png
Weather/icons/suncloud.png
Weather/icons/snow.png
Weather/icons/rain.png
Weather/icons/ice.png
Weather/icons/fog.png
Weather/icons/cloud.png
Weather/icons/unknown.png

gzip: stdin: decompression OK, trailing garbage ignored
tar: Child returned status 2
tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors

How do I install it?


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