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#101 2017-06-15 19:05:27

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Re: June 2017 Screenshots

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#102 2017-06-15 19:16:57

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Re: June 2017 Screenshots

We may need some new icon sets
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#103 2017-06-15 20:09:55

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Re: June 2017 Screenshots

^ Noooooooooooooooooo  sad

Wellactually it's pretty funny  smile


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#104 2017-06-15 20:24:13

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Re: June 2017 Screenshots

brontosaurusrex wrote:

Those look quite cool yet goofy smile


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#105 2017-06-15 23:48:03

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Thanks guys!

@Sector. When I go to BAires I will let you know. I'm up in the North right now! 1500 km away!   big_smile


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#106 2017-06-16 00:30:22

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ahhh - spittin' distance - with a good wind from Ushuaia that is. lol  lol

Please do would love to meet another Bunsen LabRat, I don't travel so I'm always here.  PM me in advance.


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#107 2017-06-16 15:28:54

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Followed the Brontolabs Postbang install here: https://brontosaurusrex.github.io/postbang2017/

Just awesome. Thanks for sharing your stuff Brontosaurusrex   smile

Only Virtualbox but i did learn a lot from putting it together.

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#108 2017-06-16 17:27:20

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Steve wrote:

Followed the Brontolabs Postbang install here: https://brontosaurusrex.github.io/postbang2017/

Just awesome. Thanks for sharing your stuff Brontosaurusrex   smile

Only Virtualbox but i did learn a lot from putting it together.

https://cdn.scrot.moe/images/2017/06/16/Screenshot-170617-012017.th.png

I did an install like that as well in Virtualbox but using JWM  instead of Openbox.

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#109 2017-06-17 13:26:05

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@steve smile great and your welcome (Actually there should be "stretchbang" version by now, but there isn't one due to laziness...)

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#110 2017-06-18 11:35:35

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Finally managed to change the font for the GNOME panel to a more modern condensed variant:

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Unfortunately, I can't remember exactly how I did this, I just noticed a "CustomFontTheme" shell option in the tweak tool but I have no idea how I made it  ops

Anyway, the terminal is showing systemd-boot's rather useful `bootctl` command that identifies all the .efi bootloaders on the system — as you can see, I'm booting with the Windows .efi loader and systemd knows that the bootia32.efi loader does not belong (it's from an old OpenBSD installation)  cool

EDIT: I'm tracking [testing] so I've just used `bootctl update` to change to systemd-boot v233:

         File: └─/EFI/systemd/systemd-bootx64.efi (systemd-boot 233)
         File: └─/EFI/BOOT/bootx64.efi (systemd-boot 233)

I can't help but think that Arch should do that for me but it is clearly documented, so...

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#111 2017-06-18 17:05:44

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Re: June 2017 Screenshots

pipeSysinfo project
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#112 2017-06-18 17:13:55

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Re: June 2017 Screenshots

brontosaurusrex wrote:

I like that wallpaper..Stretchbang eh? smile


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#113 2017-06-18 17:16:32

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DeepDayze wrote:

I like that wallpaper..Stretchbang eh? smile

Yeah, it's short for "quantum gravity entanglement post and stretch bang". The wall (has alpha).

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#114 2017-06-18 20:27:32

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@glenn - what is the icon set for the panel on the left, ACYL?

tinkering with tint2 gradients:

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#115 2017-06-19 13:42:43

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I like what you did with the tint2 gradients packrat.

I had a go myself. I will have to play around a bit more and see what else i can come up with.

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#116 2017-06-19 15:06:20

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Steve wrote:

I like what you did with the tint2 gradients packrat.

I had a go myself. I will have to play around a bit more and see what else i can come up with.

https://cdn.scrot.moe/images/2017/06/19/Screenshot-190617-233546.th.png

+1 on the gradients and isn't it possible to add some transparency to the gradients as well?


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#117 2017-06-19 17:24:52

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Re: June 2017 Screenshots

DeepDayze wrote:
Steve wrote:

I like what you did with the tint2 gradients packrat.

I had a go myself. I will have to play around a bit more and see what else i can come up with.

https://cdn.scrot.moe/images/2017/06/19/Screenshot-190617-233546.th.png

+1 on the gradients and isn't it possible to add some transparency to the gradients as well?

Yes, the gradient opacity can be adjusted.

@glenn - thanks

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#118 2017-06-19 17:57:41

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Re: June 2017 Screenshots

Tint2 + Herbstluftwm + Conky-STD = (Club 50) tongue
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GTK2 theme breeze-gtk I had to steal theme from Arch repo.
Icons ePapirus
An old wallpaper that i've saved Maid Chatting Up An Otaku

Edit: P.S. I'm not ashamed to admit that i'm using Ubuntu fonts for UI.

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#119 2017-06-19 18:02:03

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Re: June 2017 Screenshots

PackRat wrote:
DeepDayze wrote:
Steve wrote:

I like what you did with the tint2 gradients packrat.

I had a go myself. I will have to play around a bit more and see what else i can come up with.

https://cdn.scrot.moe/images/2017/06/19/Screenshot-190617-233546.th.png

+1 on the gradients and isn't it possible to add some transparency to the gradients as well?

Yes, the gradient opacity can be adjusted.

@glenn - thanks

Great I will be playing around with gradients and transparency to get a nice looking panel.


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#120 2017-06-19 19:46:52

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Glenn wrote:

@Nili, nice desktop! I'll have to give breeze a try when I go with a lighter theme.
...And why would you be? I think they're among the most useful fonts available. Concise and easily read regardless of size.

Thanks Glenn! for us that don't have a KDE DE this gtk-theme will make feels as if we'd a copy. It's awesome IMHO, Highly recommended!

I had some time with a black/dark blue theme. It was right time to make a change.

Quite right, Ubuntu font is genius for user interface.


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#121 2017-06-19 23:08:03

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Re: June 2017 Screenshots

Glenn wrote:

@Nili, nice desktop! I'll have to give breeze a try when I go with a lighter theme.

Nili wrote:

Edit: P.S. I'm not ashamed to admit that i'm using Ubuntu fonts for UI.

...And why would you be? I think they're among the most useful fonts available. Concise and easily read regardless of size.

+1

I use them all the time


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#122 2017-06-20 00:49:38

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Ubuntu fonts are like Microsoft keyboards and mice.  Some good things come from {cough cough} excuse me {cough cough} while I go get a glass of {cough cough} water {cough cough} ...

cool


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#123 2017-06-20 06:50:35

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Google's Roboto fonts ftw!  devil

Scrot of OpenBSD's gloriously incomprehensible systat(1) (showing the vmstat view) to stay on topic:

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Note new, politically-correct, lowered load average, now on par with Linux after a capitulation by the developers  hmm


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#124 2017-06-20 09:39:47

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More tinkering with tint2 gradients. Inspiration from Packrats tint2 gradient idea. Cheers.

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#125 2017-06-20 12:34:22

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^That's a nice, clean desktop!

And here comes BunsenLegs:

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