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#26 2010-10-01 17:34:04

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

vNXAzMg

Only thing changed is the wall, @JokerBoy....nice!


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#27 2010-10-01 17:50:56

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

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#28 2010-10-01 18:04:40

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

@mmso: snygg ls. smile

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#29 2010-10-01 18:12:24

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

mmso wrote:

s-01-okt_t.png

What is that in the top left corner of your top bar?  It looks like a VU meter.  If it is, what programs are you using for it.


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#30 2010-10-01 18:35:54

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

mmso wrote:

s-01-okt_t.png

Mind sharing your configs for dzen.
Thank you


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#31 2010-10-01 19:13:48

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

tNXAzeg

Nothing special: MuscaWM and Tint2 .

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#32 2010-10-01 21:41:16

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

First one this month. Not much change from last month. smile

Clean
archscreenie-2010-10-01-clean.thumb.png

Dirty
archscreenie-2010-10-01-dirty.thumb.png


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#33 2010-10-02 01:20:25

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

Same as ever..

oct1t.png

oct2t.png

oct3t.png

all relevant bits in http://www.meyithi.com/dots


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#34 2010-10-02 01:58:14

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

My first Arch Linux install wink
snapshot2n.th.png

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#35 2010-10-02 08:16:48

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

120,75

Arch Linux Testing - Openbox - Thunar - Irssi

Empty:

120,75


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#36 2010-10-02 08:19:24

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

.:B:. wrote:

tNXA1bA

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Empty:

tNXA1cQ

Ack! I really need to get that truncating down. >.<


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#37 2010-10-02 08:35:44

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

I wasn't posting it here to pressure you, just figured I made some screenshots so I might as well post them here smile.


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#38 2010-10-02 08:56:25

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

Might as well get a post in while this thread is still fresh. smile

tNXA5Zg

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#39 2010-10-02 09:10:15

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

@kittykatt
very nice thanks for inspiration smile


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#40 2010-10-02 09:20:27

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

tNXA5ag

Nothing terribly exciting.  Took a setup I saw last month and altered a few things.

By the way, my hat is off to those of you using dwm.  After spending *hours* last week fiddling with it, and have absolutely no success, I am thoroughly impressed by those of you who are.

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#41 2010-10-02 09:25:59

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

kittykatt wrote:

Ack! I really need to get that truncating down. >.<

I'm curious. What truncating?


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#42 2010-10-02 09:30:30

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

sand_man wrote:
kittykatt wrote:

Ack! I really need to get that truncating down. >.<

I'm curious. What truncating?

I think kittykatt's referring to how in B's screenshot the font name goes to a new line (due to the size of the terminal), screwing up the ASCII Arch logo.  If I remember correctly kittykatt is the one who wrote the script?

@crisnoh: as a DWM user, my hat's off to you for using KDE!  I've never been able to feel comfortable in a KDE environment (although I do see a lot of nice KDE setups in these monthly threads), so to each his (or her) own, right?

And since this is a screenshot thread, here's mine.
DWM (link takes you to dA):
g3zmy.jpg

Not much has changed since I last posted a screenshot.

Last edited by lswest (2010-10-02 11:02:35)


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#43 2010-10-02 09:33:51

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

No, it's not the size of the terminal - I thought that as well (and tested that). It has to do with the formatting of my ~/.gtkrc-2.0 (which I hope is correct, if it's not then my GTK theme selector is messy).


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#44 2010-10-02 09:44:14

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

.:B:. wrote:

No, it's not the size of the terminal - I thought that as well (and tested that). It has to do with the formatting of my ~/.gtkrc-2.0 (which I hope is correct, if it's not then my GTK theme selector is messy).

Ah...I've never even considered that a possibility.  Thanks for pointing that out...now if only I could remember what CLI app was acting up in a similar fashion wink

Also...quick question on the thumbnail regulation.  Is the 250px limit for width or height, or is it a maximum limit for either side? (i.e. largest side can't exceed 250px?)  Just asking because I originally went with 250px for height, and realized that it was still rather large (time for me to change my thumbnail script I suppose).  Besides that, I quite agree with the regulations, it's nice to be able to browse this thread even on my phone without having to wait for ages.


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#45 2010-10-02 09:54:03

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

Edit: 250 px is the maximum for both height and width.

Last edited by .:B:. (2010-10-02 10:16:35)


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#46 2010-10-02 10:45:40

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

.:B:. wrote:

http://ompldr.org/tNXA1bA

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Empty:

http://ompldr.org/tNXA1cQ

Requesting wallpaper, Xdefaults and rc.xml.

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#47 2010-10-02 10:55:34

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

xmonad, xmobar. Font: DroidSerifPro.

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#48 2010-10-02 11:01:59

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

.:B:. wrote:

Edit: 250 px is the maximum for both height and width.

Alright, thanks for the clarification.

I'll just be using

convert -resize 250x screenshot.jpg thumb.jpg

from now on (since my monitor is 16:10, but if you have a vertical setup "x250" works to set the height to 250px, while keeping the aspect ratio).  Perhaps others will find the command useful.

I've updated my post with a 250px thumbnail...still seems larger than everyone else's.  I take it that it still falls within the guidelines though, yes?

Last edited by lswest (2010-10-02 11:06:55)


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#49 2010-10-02 11:12:01

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

dmz wrote:

@mmso: snygg ls. smile

Tack så mycket! Den är väldigt inspirerad från dina skapelser. smile

lifeafter2am wrote:

What is that in the top left corner of your top bar?  It looks like a VU meter.  If it is, what programs are you using for it.

It's actually a simple cpu-meter using gcpubar http://dzen.geekmode.org/dwiki/doku.php … :cpu-graph. I'm looking in to the possibility of a vu-meter.

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#50 2010-10-02 11:49:15

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Re: October 2010 Screenshots

Fresh install, KDE

http://img413.imageshack.us/img413/2181 … 6x768s.png

mod edit: too big, use thumbnails

Last edited by litemotiv (2010-10-02 12:13:51)


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