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#1 2016-10-01 12:55:29

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October 2016 Screenshots

Please use thumbnails

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Edit: duh! i'm using 24-hour clock with (AM/PM) neutral for some time without realizing

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#2 2016-10-01 13:12:04

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

I'm using Windows at the moment (yuck, I know) while I'm working on a project and so I had to make it a bit more manageable. One of my friends saw my desktop and said "you've GNOME-ified Windows!"

Well of course. Can't be having the taskbar at the bottom of the screen...  roll

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#3 2016-10-01 14:20:30

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

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#4 2016-10-01 20:38:15

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

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#5 2016-10-02 00:09:24

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

What a start of @monthly screenshot. This only happens here. Windows, Gnome, The spectruhmm, some fluxboxing?... All on a place focused around the history of #! and openbox and tint2 and conky and nearly no beef... What a place to be. You guys are pretty amazing!
Quick shot of running i3 on sid:
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#6 2016-10-02 09:38:47

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

Awesome start!!!

Testing lubuntu 16.10 beta with obmenu-generator, neofetch, clarity icons, ohsnap bitmap fonts and custom theme "Mrs Robot":

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#7 2016-10-02 12:08:29

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

^It is beautiful fog. Like every scrot you post. You've made that distro worth looking for smile


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#8 2016-10-02 12:11:53

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

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#9 2016-10-02 12:25:41

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

not much change... but i liked this theme, changed both gtk2 and openbox a little, whipped up a matching tint2rc...
and, playing with iDesk which, 11 years after its last release, is still rock solid stable!
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#10 2016-10-02 14:37:58

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

beautiful nili,
I really like you're rxvt config, tmux? and the clock can you tell me more please ? Nice october shots guys wink & girls sorry fog ops

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#11 2016-10-02 15:20:00

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

ragamatrix wrote:

I really like you're rxvt config, tmux? and the clock can you tell me more please ? Nice october shots guys wink & girls sorry fog ops

Thanks ragamatrix smile

There it is: urxvt / xclock / xcalc config
color credit: dkeg master

!xrdb ~/.Xdefaults

Xft.autohint:                   0
Xft.antialias:                  1
Xft.hinting:                    true
Xft.hintstyle:                  hintslight
Xft.dpi:                        96
Xft.rgba:                       rgb

URxvt.termName:                 rxvt-unicode
URxvt.imLocale:                 en_US.UTF-8
URxvt.loginShell:               true
URxvt.cursorUnderline:		true
URxvt.cursorBlink:		false
URxvt.pointerBlank:		true
URxvt.scrollBar:	        false

URxvt.font:                     xft:DejaVu Sans Mono:pixelsize=13
URxvt.boldFont:                 xft:DejaVu Sans Mono:pixelsize=13
!URxvt.font:                    xft:Ohsnap-9
!URxvt.boldFont:                xft:Ohsnap-9

URxvt.saveLines:		1500
URxvt.utmpInhibit:		true
URxvt.skipBuiltinGlyphs:	true
URxvt.perl-ext-common:		default,matcher
URxvt.url-launcher:		/home/nili/.config/palemoon/palemoon
URxvt.matcher.button:		1
URxvt.letterSpace:             -2
!URxvt.letterSpace:             0
URxvt.internalBorder:           3
URxvt.urgentOnBell:             true

! transparency settings
urxvt.transparent:              true
urxvt.shading:                  16

! --- special colors ---

*highlightColor:                #C88746
*highlightTextColor:            #18171C
*cursorColor:                   #39303B
*pointerColor:                  #615772
*pointerColor2:                 #C88746
*colorBD:                       #e7e7e7
*colorUL:                       #783e57
*underlineColor:                #28202B

*background:                    #18171C
*foreground:                    #B6A4AA

! --- standard colors ---

! black
*color0:                        #18171C
*color8:                        #4f4b58

! red
*color1:                        #652F3B
*color9:                        #87404f

! green
*color2:                        #504E2A
*color10:                       #726F3C

! yellow
*color3:                        #A96E32
*color11:                       #C88746

! blue
*color4:                        #484054
*color12:                       #615772

! magenta
*color5:                        #582D3F
*color13:                       #783e57

! cyan
*color6:                        #39303B
*color14:                       #554757

! white
*color7:                        #A6A6A6
*color15:                       #BFBFBF

! --- xclock colors ---
!xclock*background:             FFFFFF
!xclock*foreground:              snow
xclock*majorColor:              #BFBFBF
xclock*minorColor:              #615772
xclock*minuteColor:             #BFBFBF
xclock*hourColor:               #615772
xclock*secondColor:             #FFFFFF

! --- xcalc colors ---
xcalc*ti.button1.vertDistance: 4
xcalc*ti.button2.vertDistance: 4
xcalc*ti.button3.vertDistance: 4
xcalc*ti.button4.vertDistance: 4
xcalc*ti.button5.vertDistance: 4
xcalc*ti.background: gray90
xcalc*ti.bevel.borderColor: gray65
xcalc*ti.bevel.borderWidth: 1
xcalc*ti.bevel.vertDistance: 4
xcalc*ti.bevel.defaultDistance: 0
xcalc*ti.bevel.background: rgb:b/c/b
xcalc*ti.bevel.screen*background: rgb:b/c/b
xcalc*ti.bevel.screen.borderColor: rgb:b/c/b
xcalc*ti.bevel.screen.vertDistance: 10
xcalc*ti.bevel.screen.horizDistance: 10
xcalc*ti.bevel.screen*left: chainLeft
xcalc*ti.bevel.screen*right: chainRight
xcalc*ti.bevel.screen*top: chainTop
xcalc*ti.bevel.screen*bottom: chainBottom
xcalc*ti.bevel.screen*LCD.foreground: gray10
xcalc*ti.bevel.screen*INV.vertDistance: 0
xcalc*ti.Command.borderColor: gray65
xcalc*ti.Command.background: gray85
xcalc*ti.Command.foreground: gray30
xcalc*ti.button5.background: rgb:e/b/b
xcalc*ti.button20.background: rgb:e/d/c
xcalc*ti.button25.background: rgb:e/d/c
xcalc*ti.button30.background: rgb:e/d/c
xcalc*ti.button35.background: rgb:e/d/c
xcalc*ti.button40.background: rgb:b/b/e
xcalc*ti.button22.background: gray95
xcalc*ti.button23.background: gray95
xcalc*ti.button24.background: gray95
xcalc*ti.button27.background: gray95
xcalc*ti.button28.background: gray95
xcalc*ti.button29.background: gray95
xcalc*ti.button32.background: gray95
xcalc*ti.button33.background: gray95
xcalc*ti.button34.background: gray95
xcalc*ti.button37.background: gray95
xcalc*ti.button38.background: gray95
xcalc*ti.button39.background: gray95

.tmux config

set -g prefix ^a
set -g status on
set -g pane-base-index 1
set -g base-index 1
set -g status-utf8 on
set -g set-titles on
set -g default-terminal rxvt-unicode
set-option -g set-titles-string '#{pane_current_command}'
set-option -g history-limit 1024
set-option -g visual-activity on
set-option -g status-position bottom
set-option -g renumber-windows on
set-window-option -g utf8 on
set-window-option -g monitor-activity off

# Mouse
setw -g mode-mouse on
set -g mouse-select-window on
set -g mouse-select-pane on
set -g mouse-resize-pane on

# Split
set-option -g pane-active-border-fg white
set-option -g pane-active-border-bg default
set-option -g pane-border-fg red
set-option -g pane-border-bg default

# status bar colors
set -g status-bg default
set -g status-fg white

# alignment settings
set-option -g status-justify left

# status left options
set-option -g status-left '#[fg=blue][#[fg=default]#I:#P#[fg=blue]]'
set-option -g status-left-length 20

# window list options
setw -g automatic-rename on
setw -g window-status-current-format '#[fg=blue][#[fg=default]#I#[fg=default]:#[fg=default]#W#[fg=yellow,dim]#F#[fg=blue]]'
setw -g window-status-format '#[bg=default,fg=white]#I#[bg=default,fg=grey]:#[fg=grey]#W#[fg=dim]#F'

# status right options
set -g status-right '#[fg=blue][#[fg=default]%Y-%m-%d #[fg=default]%H:%M#[fg=blue]]'

# border colours
set -g pane-border-fg cyan
set -g pane-active-border-fg blue

#update tmux
unbind r
bind r source-file ~/.tmux.conf

#split screen horizontal/vertical
bind h split-window -v
bind v split-window -h

Also i use the env-info (modified) by machinebacon that is coded similar to neofetch or screenfetch a bit more minimal. Thanks MB.

#!/bin/bash

# simple screen information script
# similar to archey and screenfetch without annoying ASCII graphics

# this script is provided with NO GUARANTEE and NO SUPPORT 
# if it breaks or does not do what you want, FIX IT YOURSELF

# wm array -- add any that need to be recognized
wms=( herbstluftwm i3 blackbox kwin awesome spectrwm matwm2 wmfs karmen fvwm cwm sithwm ratpoison evilwm xfwm4 openbox fluxbox pekwm)

# define colors for color-echo
red="\e[31m"
grn="\e[32m"
ylw="\e[33m"
cyn="\e[36m"
blu="\e[34m"
prp="\e[35m"
rst="\e[0m"    

TMP=$(mktemp)    # make temp file

color-echo() {  # print with colors
    echo -e $cyn$1': '$rst$2
}

print-kernel() {
    color-echo 'Kernel' "$(uname -smr)"
}

print-uptime() {
    up=$(</proc/uptime)
    up=${up//.*}                # string before first . is seconds
    days=$((${up}/86400))       # seconds divided by 86400 is days
    hours=$((${up}/3600%24))    # seconds divided by 3600 mod 24 is hours
    mins=$((${up}/60%60))       # seconds divided by 60 mod 60 is mins
    color-echo "Uptime" "$days"'d '"$hours"'h '"$mins"'m'
}

print-shell() {
    color-echo 'Shell' $SHELL
}

print-cpu() {
    arm=$(grep ARM /proc/cpuinfo)    # ARM procinfo uses different format
    if [ "$arm" != "" ]; then
        cpu=$(grep -m1 -i 'Processor' /proc/cpuinfo)
    else
        cpu=$(grep -m1 -i 'model name' /proc/cpuinfo)
    fi    
    color-echo 'CPU' "${cpu#*: }" # everything after colon is processor name
}

print-packages() {
    color-echo 'Packages' "$(dpkg --get-selections | wc -l)"
}

print-de() {
    color-echo 'DE' "there is none"
}
gtkrc="$HOME/.gtkrc-2.0"
print-gtk-theme() {
    color-echo 'GTK Theme' "$(grep "gtk-theme-name" "$gtkrc" | cut -d\" -f2)" 
}
print-gtk-icon() {
    color-echo 'Icon' "$(grep "gtk-icon-theme-name" "$gtkrc" | cut -d\" -f2)"
}
print-gtk-font() {
    color-echo 'Font' "$(grep "gtk-font-name" "$gtkrc" | cut -d\" -f2)"
}
print-term() {
    termname=$(xrdb -query 2>/dev/null | awk -F: '/termName/ {sub(/\t/, ""); print $2}')
    if [[ $termname != "" ]]; then
        color-echo 'Terminal' "$termname"
    else
        [[ -n $TERM ]] && color-echo 'Terminal' "$TERM"
    fi
}

print-disk() {
    df -h / > $TMP
    total=$(awk 'NR==2 { print $2 }' $TMP) # field 2 on line 2 is total
    used=$(awk 'NR==2 { print $3 }' $TMP)  # field 3 on line 2 is used
    color-echo 'Disk' '\033[0;31m'"$used \033[0m/ $total"
}

print-mem() {
    free -h > $TMP
    total=$(awk 'NR==2 { print $2 }' $TMP)   # field 2 on line 2 is total
    used=$(awk 'NR==3 { print $3 }' $TMP)    # field 3 on line 3 is used
    color-echo 'RAM' '\033[0;33m'"$used \033[0m/ $total"
}

print-wm() {
    for wm in ${wms[@]}; do          # pgrep through wmname array
        pid=$(pgrep -u $USER $wm)    # if found, this wmname has running process
        if [ "$pid" ]; then
            color-echo 'WM' $wm
        fi
    done
}

print-distro() {
    [[ -e /etc/os-release ]] && source /etc/os-release
    if [ -n "$PRETTY_NAME" ]; then
        color-echo 'OS' "$PRETTY_NAME"
    else
        color-echo 'OS' "not found"
    fi
}

print-colors() {
    NAMES=('black' 'red' 'green' 'yellow' 'blue' 'magenta' 'cyan' 'white')
    for f in $(seq 0 7); do
        echo -en "\033[m\033[$(($f+30))m ${NAMES[$f]} " # normal colors
    done
    echo	
    for f in $(seq 0 7); do
        echo -en "\033[m\033[1;$(($f+30))m ${NAMES[$f]} " # bold colors
    done
    echo -e "$rst\n"
}

echo -e '\n'$prp'\033[0;38m'$USER'\033[0;34m''@''\033[0;38m'$HOSTNAME$rst'\n'   # print user and host name
print-distro
print-uptime
print-shell
print-packages
print-de
print-term
print-wm
print-gtk-theme
print-gtk-icon
print-gtk-font
print-disk
print-mem
print-kernel
print-cpu
echo
print-colors
rm $TMP     # delete temp file

Edit: xclock it is part of x11-apps

Best regards,
Nili

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#12 2016-10-02 18:41:55

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

back to grey
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#13 2016-10-02 18:53:56

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

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#14 2016-10-03 01:31:22

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

something simple

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#15 2016-10-03 11:27:48

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

@Nili thanks for your configs files, you have xclock in the same terminal because you're using a tiling wm ? for me it pops-up in another window with a "snow" color background...

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

Blender 2.78 is out (micro-displacement experimental feature)
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#17 2016-10-03 12:23:53

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

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Dual tint2, (desktop switcher + systray and launcher + launched apps), both with autohide

Mod Note: oversized image replaced with thumbnail link, please limit images to ~250x250px
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#18 2016-10-03 13:31:28

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

ragamatrix wrote:

you have xclock in the same terminal because you're using a tiling wm ? for me it pops-up in another window with a "snow" color background...

Xclock pops up in it's own window and gets it's color scheme from your .Xresources file; looks like nili has a terminal with tmux, music player with album art (cli app?), and an xclock open and arranged in spectrwm.

Your compositor may be causing the snow background in your xclock.

back on topic:

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#19 2016-10-03 13:41:56

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

brontosaurusrex wrote:

Blender 2.78 is out (micro-displacement experimental feature)
https://cdn.scrot.moe/images/2016/10/03/278microDisplacement.th.png

I've just watched BlenderGuru's video tutorial about it smile


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#20 2016-10-03 13:49:23

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

ragamatrix wrote:

@Nili thanks for your configs files, you have xclock in the same terminal because you're using a tiling wm ? for me it pops-up in another window with a "snow" color background...

No problem mate, yes i'm using spectrwm config/tweaks to popup in another window thanks to this tutorial by PackRat

# open apps anywhere out of screen

quirk[mpv:x11]           = FLOAT + FULLSCREEN + FOCUSPREV + ANYWHERE
quirk[XClock:xclock] 	 = FLOAT + FULLSCREEN + FOCUSPREV
quirk[URxvt:urxvt] 	 = FLOAT + FULLSCREEN + FOCUSPREV
quirk[XCalc:xcalc]	 = FLOAT + FULLSCREEN + FOCUSPREV
PackRat wrote:

Xclock pops up in it's own window and gets it's color scheme from your .Xresources file; looks like nili has a terminal with tmux, music player with album art (cli app?), and an xclock open and arranged in spectrwm.

Your compositor may be causing the snow background in your xclock.

^Correct sir, player it is mpv with --cover art, urxvt/tmux with ranger and xclock that read .Xresources/.Xdefaults colors as you note.

Edit: I don't use compositor on my spectrwm setup because the screen never tear. I think I do not need even spectrwm don't like it, although i'm missing some fancy fade/border around window but i'm living without compositor.

Nili

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

damo wrote:
brontosaurusrex wrote:

Blender 2.78 is out (micro-displacement experimental feature)
https://cdn.scrot.moe/images/2016/10/03/278microDisplacement.th.png

I've just watched BlenderGuru's video tutorial about it smile

Any clues how to use that new draw-on-object curve? https://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Dev: … /Modelling (I just have shaded-out draw-curve button that does nothing) nm: One has to start with some sort of nurb and then jump to edit mode and T and create and options and ...
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edit: More Blender 2.78 experiments here.

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#22 2016-10-03 16:17:39

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots


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#23 2016-10-03 21:46:46

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

@o9000's new tint2-with-separators https://forums.bunsenlabs.org/viewtopic … 146#p38146

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#24 2016-10-04 01:08:32

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

Ooh. Looks like I need to build this.

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#25 2016-10-04 02:03:19

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

I fell in love with Opera Browser. faster than Firefox

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