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#301 2010-08-17 23:42:08

flamelab
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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

thms wrote:
flamelab wrote:

KDE 4.6 big_smile big_smile

Nice, is this something like globalmenu you are using in the top panel? What package is needed for that or how did you achieve this (just a new feature?)?

What Lothium said, bespin-svn and you'll also have an Xbar plasmoid.

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#302 2010-08-18 02:28:54

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

My i3 setup.

Clean:
Conky showing
i3 Clean

Busy 1:
Named workspaces, archie, floating NCMPCPP, ls output
i3 Clean

Busy 2:
Tabbed windows, weechat, Workspace 1 displaying alert
i3 Clean


I probably made this post longer than it should only because I lack the time to make it shorter.
- Paraphrased from Blaise Pascal

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#303 2010-08-18 06:18:47

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

whoa. That's one of the best dark setups I've seen. smile

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#304 2010-08-18 08:39:10

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

@marfig: mind sharing you wallpaper? Would be very nice, and i have to admit, it's a very nice setup wink

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#305 2010-08-18 08:59:19

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

@marfig: amazing dark setup, definitely! I'm not a fan of tiling wms, but this one kicks balls. (OT - do you guys run all those apps (fm, net browser and 'usual' apps) when wm is starting (on a tiling wm)? - OT)

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#306 2010-08-18 09:40:24

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

@archman-cro: for me, definitely, yes.

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#307 2010-08-18 10:56:21

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

Thanks folks.

ablepharus wrote:

@marfig: mind sharing you wallpaper?

Sure!

Original: 16:10, 144x900 http://www.quiettech.org/arch/walls/DarkFoggyRoad.jpg
Cropped: 16:9, 1366x768 http://www.quiettech.org/arch/walls/Dar … 66x768.jpg
Tinted: 16:9, 1366x768 http://www.quiettech.org/arch/walls/Dar … 8_tint.jpg


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#308 2010-08-18 15:11:06

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

Very nice marfig! (btw, don't know if it is on purpose or not, but for .i3/config you can use the "conf" syntax in vim, set syntax=conf, if you syntax hilighting at al that is).

Ogion


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#309 2010-08-18 15:21:15

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

marfig wrote:

My i3 setup.

Very nice! Makes me want to try i3 again... What's the conky font and size?

Last edited by rent0n (2010-08-18 15:21:45)


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#310 2010-08-18 16:00:51

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

Ogion wrote:

Very nice marfig! (btw, don't know if it is on purpose or not, but for .i3/config you can use the "conf" syntax in vim, set syntax=conf, if you syntax hilighting at al that is).

Yeah, I plan to do that. I'm still learning all about Linux. It's been the Arch community and the Wiki that allowed me to reach this far. I'm precisely studying Vi/Vim since it's fundamental if I want to start coding also in Linux. Soon enough Vim will be properly styled and syntax highlight will be implemented.

rent0n wrote:
marfig wrote:

My i3 setup.

Very nice! Makes me want to try i3 again... What's the conky font and size?

I'm using a xft font; ProFont

use_xft                 yes
xftfont                 ProFont:size=8
xftalpha                1
override_utf8_locale    yes
uppercase               yes

edit: fixed bad copy/paste

Last edited by marfig (2010-08-18 16:10:33)


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#311 2010-08-18 17:57:25

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

rent0n wrote:

Very nice! Makes me want to try i3 again...

Me too, for the first time. But I fear of a big time loss needed to customize it. I'll see.
That screenshot sure made me want to try the i3. smile

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#312 2010-08-18 19:20:03

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

marfig wrote:

My i3 setup.

Amazing. Could you please share your ~/.i3/config ? I wanted to try this wm.

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#313 2010-08-18 21:36:16

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

I've put the dotfiles in http://www.quiettech.org/arch/dotfiles/.

.i3/config
.ncmpcpp/config
.conkyrc
.Xdefaults
and a multiaction script for one of the i3 keybinds

Most of it is probably not necessary. But, if you want to replicate it exactly...

Last edited by marfig (2010-08-18 21:39:17)


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#314 2010-08-18 21:55:12

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

@marfig: thank you, i like the tinted one most!

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#315 2010-08-19 04:32:02

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

I just installed i3 and here is what it looks like:

Clean:
sscleant.png

Dirty:
ssdirtyt.png

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#316 2010-08-19 10:30:20

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

vNTl1eA

Fresh install of arch, the root fs size is freaking me out man...


Am I kawaii uguu?

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#317 2010-08-19 13:25:48

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

kcirick wrote:

I just installed i3 and here is what it looks like:

<snip>

You need install and run gtk-chtheme *immediatelly* tongue

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#318 2010-08-19 21:38:05

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

KDE 4.4.5 (can't wait until the 4.5 version is released in the extra), definitly a good setup (compared to gnome) with rekonq for web.

Xn3r9s.jpg

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#319 2010-08-19 22:52:03

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

-- mod edit: please only post thumbnails --

xmonad, dzen2, conky and 2 roxterms running tmux and nano.

xmonad wallpaper randomly chosen on xmonad startup; all wallpapers made by an archer and downloadable from these very forums.

xmonad.hs and dzen2 status bar(s) are a work in progress. I'm not much of a coder, so they're probably pretty ugly, but they work.

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#320 2010-08-19 23:05:33

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

RdKOLs.png
openbox with own theme. thanks to tawan with his gtk to openbox theme script smile


⚑★⚓ my dotfile repo ⚓★⚑

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#321 2010-08-20 00:35:30

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

scrotu.th.png

urxvt and dvtm


Those who give up their liberty for security,
neither deserve liberty nor freedom,
and they will lose both.
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#322 2010-08-20 01:28:13

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

aleks223 wrote:

KDE 4.4.5 (can't wait until the 4.5 version is released in the extra), definitly a good setup (compared to gnome) with rekonq for web.

Love the toolbar/theme... Might I ask what it is?

Last edited by heleos (2010-08-20 01:28:27)

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#323 2010-08-20 03:56:51

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

tNWE1OA

dwm, irssi

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#324 2010-08-20 06:15:12

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

heleos wrote:
aleks223 wrote:

KDE 4.4.5 (can't wait until the 4.5 version is released in the extra), definitly a good setup (compared to gnome) with rekonq for web.

Love the toolbar/theme... Might I ask what it is?

Plasma theme is Opacity and KDE theme is bespin with colors found on DA...

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#325 2010-08-20 13:02:59

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Re: August 2010 Screenshots

flamelab wrote:

It's the Xbar, a plasmoid coming and working only with Bespin (bespin-svn on AUR)

The window decoration is this Dekorator theme http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?co … orumpage=0
the icons theme is this http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Le … ent=124176
the plasma theme is Netbook Air with blur enabled in kwin settings
the bespin theme is this http://pastebin.com/PWWC2hR1
and the dock is docky (docky-bzr)

would you mind to share you Xbar conf?
cheers

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