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#26 2017-07-04 21:03:31

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

That's so magical. I liked AntiX and have 13.2 on an old laptop that's sitting in my closet.

Digging the crumpled paper icons too.

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#27 2017-07-05 00:04:08

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

@nili -

Source Code Pro

@Glenn - well done. You have a link to the original wallpaper, reverse searching only brings up cropped images.


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#28 2017-07-05 00:27:05

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

@ PackRat -->> 2569x1440


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#29 2017-07-05 02:43:20

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

glenn, S11 - thanks

dwm - clean and some CCR (not a 4th of July without some Creedence)

dwm-clean.th.png  scrot-shot-July_4_1499222392.th.png


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#30 2017-07-05 09:29:50

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

@PackRat, Thanks! Sure on a black console background looks great just like your above scrot, but since i use white color, I'm doing better with Inconsolata.

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#31 2017-07-05 10:00:54

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

o/
Nantes souvenirs,
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#32 2017-07-05 13:26:37

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

I bought a new laptop. It came with Windows 10. I have no major complaints with Windows 10 yet. They will probably arise eventually. Still running various incarnations of Debian on my older machines.

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#33 2017-07-05 23:27:15

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

https://forums.bunsenlabs.org/viewtopic … 824#p54824
Nice wall, Glenn.

orionthehunter wrote:

I bought a new laptop. It came with Windows 10. I have no major complaints with Windows 10 yet. They will probably arise eventually. Still running various incarnations of Debian on my older machines.

https://cdn.scrot.moe/images/2017/07/05/Screenshot2.th.png

You need some eye candy for your desktop.   wink

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#34 2017-07-06 00:09:06

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

@ ragamatrix & orionthehunter
NICE WALLS Both of you.
ragamatrix - love the clock.  smile

orionthehunter wrote:

... yet.

I'll wait.  devil

I once typed orionthehunter's name and quickly copy/pasted it in place.
I didn't think onionthehunter would go over well.

Same with brontosaursrex, didn't think he'd appreciate  brontosaurssex

just an insight to some of my tpyo's   devil


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#35 2017-07-06 00:11:44

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

^ +1  Sh-sh-sh...don't tell him about how much Windows 10 spies on what you do.  He seems to be happy.  We don't want to spoil his fun.   lol

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#36 2017-07-06 00:22:15

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

What! Win10 is the James Bond OS!  I gotta go get me a copy!  Maybe it'll come with an Aston Martin.   cool <--- S11 incognito


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#37 2017-07-06 09:27:41

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

Sector11 wrote:

@ ragamatrix & orionthehunter
NICE WALLS Both of you.
ragamatrix - love the clock.  smile

orionthehunter wrote:

... yet.

I'll wait.  devil

I once typed orionthehunter's name and quickly copy/pasted it in place.
I didn't think onionthehunter would go over well.

Same with brontosaursrex, didn't think he'd appreciate  brontosaurssex

just an insight to some of my tpyo's   devil

Thank-you, the clock is yours no ? that's why it's lovely wink I'll post the Elephant_Machine_de_L_ile on the wallpaper thread little bit later

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#38 2017-07-06 10:20:08

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

35583004252_e3b5a708ea_n.jpg 34944954823_88386a914e_n.jpg

Back on HLWM+DZEN2+CONKY-CLI

#!/bin/sh

FONT=Ubuntu:pixelsize=16:antialias=yes
BG_COLOR=#eFF0F1
WIDTH=1280
HEIGHT=20
Y=0
X=0
TEXT_ALIGNMENT=right
conky -c "./.config/herbstluftwm/dzconky.sh" | dzen2 -bg $BG_COLOR -ta $TEXT_ALIGNMENT -w $WIDTH -h $HEIGHT -x $X -y $Y -e 'button3=;button4=exec:herbstclient use_index -1;button5=exec:herbstclient use_index +1' -fn $FONT &

#conkyrc code
out_to_console yes
background yes
update_interval 2.0
total_run_times 0
use_spacer none
short_units yes

TEXT
^fg(\#695a8c)${uptime_short} #/
^fg(\#E1E3E5)| #/
^ca(1,rxvt -e top)^fg(\#695a8c)${cpu cpu0}% ${cpu cpu1}% - ${loadavg}^ca() #/
^fg(\#E1E3E5)| #/
^fg(\#695a8c)${upspeed eth0} (${totalup eth0}) #/
^fg(\#E1E3E5)| #/
^fg(\#695a8c)${downspeed eth0} (${totaldown eth0}) #/
^fg(\#E1E3E5)| #/
^fg(\#695a8c)${fs_used /} (${fs_used_perc /}%) #/
^fg(\#E1E3E5)| #/
^fg(\#695a8c)${mem} (${memperc}%) #/
^fg(\#E1E3E5)| #/
^ca(1,rxvt -e alsamixer -g)^fg(\#695a8c)${exec amixer get Master -M | grep -oE "[[:digit:]]*%"}^ca() #/
^fg(\#E1E3E5)| #/
^ca(1,urxvt -geometry 56x10-8+8 -e bash -c "ncal -3 && sleep 10")^fg(\#695a8c)${time %A} ${time %e}, ${time %H:%M}^ca() #/
^fg(\#BAB1CD)^i($HOME/.config/herbstluftwm/arrow.xbm)^bg(\#BAB1CD)^ca(1,rxvt)^fg(\#030303)Term^ca()#/
^fg(\#ACA2C3)^i($HOME/.config/herbstluftwm/arrow.xbm)^bg(\#ACA2C3)^ca(1,$HOME/.config/palemoon/palemoon)^fg(\#030303)Web^ca()#/
^fg(\#9E92B9)^i($HOME/.config/herbstluftwm/arrow.xbm)^bg(\#9E92B9)^ca(1,spacefm)^fg(\#030303)Files^ca()#/
^fg(\#9083AF)^i($HOME/.config/herbstluftwm/arrow.xbm)^bg(\#9083AF)^ca(1,$HOME/.dbeef/deadbeef)^fg(\#030303)Audio^ca()^fg(\#eff0f1)^i($HOME/.config/herbstluftwm/arrow.xbm)^ca()^bg(\#eff0f1)#/
^fg(\#695a8c)${exec whoami}^fg(\#CC6699)@^fg(\#695a8c)$nodename #/

I adjusted dzen2+conky in one file, shortened some code,  I have to cut it even more those fg colors and icons. Yes, 27MB (1%) startup smile

Edit: +1 Fake busy scrot

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#39 2017-07-06 14:05:05

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

ragamatrix wrote:
Sector11 wrote:

@ ragamatrix & orionthehunter
NICE WALLS Both of you.
ragamatrix - love the clock.  smile

Thank-you, the clock is yours no ? that's why it's lovely wink I'll post the Elephant_Machine_de_L_ile on the wallpaper thread little bit later

Yup, I was being bad.  Nice to know I borrow your work and you borrow mine.  smile


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#40 2017-07-06 16:10:16

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

After one week, 60 more packages installed and couple of UI tweaks, I'm very happy with BL at work. Next milestone will be 1 month uptime and final assessment about reliability of the software soup I've installed after first boot up. Still searching for an editor and file manager. Atom seems to be the best candidate so far since it has all the features I need, even if it's heavy on RAM. But... I have zero candidates for file manager. I've got used to Total Commander, its features and plugins, and it seems like I'm too picky about this one.

Did I mention I'm very happy with BL?

*drumroll*

...and here comes the screenshot that looks almost the same as my last one. big_smile

5Qksyfsm.png


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#41 2017-07-06 16:19:00

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

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#42 2017-07-06 17:58:34

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

Sun For Miles wrote:

Did I mention I'm very happy with BL?

No you didn't  ... tell me again please.*

10 Total Commander Alternatives for Linux
Available in 'jessie' repos:

no - Beesoft Commander - even the webpage is gone
??? - emelFM2 - but we have: emelfm2-svg-icons - strange stuff
yes - gentoo
yes - GNOME Commander - did not get
yes - Krusader - if you want to add ⅝ of KDE - did not get
yes - Midnight Commander (mc) = terminal
no - muCommander - java based.
yes - Tux Commander (tuxcmd)
yes - Worker
yes - XFE

So I grabbed 5:

Screenshot: 2017-07-06_144945_Scrot11.th.jpg
I could probably get use to a couple of these.

15 Best Total Commander alternatives for Linux and OSX as of 2017 ...
Total Commander Alternatives for Linux - AlternativeTo.net

= = = = =
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#43 2017-07-06 17:59:14

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

AWESOME!!!!!!  love the lettering!!


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#44 2017-07-06 19:16:45

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Sector11, thank you for quick comparison of available file managers, especially for mentioning Tux Commander! I thought little bugger died years ago. Will give it a shot tomorrow and see what one penguin general can do for a simple human.

Sector11 wrote:

yes - Tux Commander (tuxcmd)


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#45 2017-07-06 19:35:09

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@Nili - nice. Can you post the .Xresources for that in the .Xresources thread.

I've been playing with herbstluftwm for a few nights, it's frying my brain

it'll do that monkey
still an excellent wm though.

Work/experiment in progress; polybar + fluxbox set up with windows maximized and tabbed:

fbox-july6.th.png

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#46 2017-07-06 20:06:23

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

Glenn wrote:

@Nili, Awesome! I've been playing with herbstluftwm for a few nights, it's frying my brain like most tilers but maybe... Just maybe  smile

Thanks Glenn! Yeah HLWM is one of the few awesome Window Manager.
I'm not very expert either, Just playing with my minimum strengths smile Yes is a great WM.

PackRat wrote:

@Nili - nice. Can you post the .Xresources for that in the .Xresources thread.

Thanks PackRat! I'm proud to offer something you because you've always served me/us something.
Have posted it here

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#47 2017-07-06 20:18:44

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^ Thanks, got it.

Should have been more specific; can you add the line for inconsolata as the terminal font; I can never get it to look that good in a terminal.


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#48 2017-07-06 20:25:49

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

For months now I've been enjoying KDE 5. It's truly the most advanced desktop available on Linux smile

2017-07-06-221201_1920x1080_scrot.th.png

2017-07-06-221428_1920x1080_scrot.th.png

I have KWin set to not decorate main windows and have created rules for applications to be assigned to only get assigned to certain desktops, panel is hidden, as shown with Dolphin above, and I use most applications maximized. KWin has manual tiling built-in with the option of automatic tiling via custom scripts, but I used to use dwm with maximized windows all the time anyway (my computer's screen is small+hi-res) so there my workflow still is well-supported.

One thing I like about KDE's Qt theming is that like those old GTK2 themes which allowed you to customize their aspect colours, KDE doesn't need 50 themes but usually Breeze is enough with 20+ and custom colour palettes plus icon shading options! The palette I'm using now all the time is called `Obsidian Coast`…


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#49 2017-07-06 21:22:28

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

I have to admit that if I was to install a proper "desktop" KDE would be on the top of the list.

I tried GNOME years ago and didn't like it so for me Gnome, or derivatives, are lower down on the list.  XFCE has been here, it's OK but ... mmmmmm.  You are the third person I "know" now that's using KDE, Crinos512 (Kbuntu), unklar (KDE with Mageia)

Curious what's your underlying system? Debian Stretch?  Certainly not Jessie » Version: 4:4.14.2-1


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#50 2017-07-06 21:25:57

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

twoion wrote:

For months now I've been enjoying KDE 5.

Burn the heathen!

J/K KDE 5 is rather nice. I prefer openbox, but KDE is nice. It used to be my default for years and before that Gnome 2.3 (which I still miss, and which Mate and Cinnamon do not replicate even though they try to).

Anyway, mind sharing the wall?


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