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#76 2017-07-08 21:19:21

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

Yeah, thanks for the encouragement mate! Janice in the distance...

When maximized, I particularly like the clean thin blue line around the panel.

screenshot-080717-221332.php

It's actually the same size above and below but I don't think that quite comes across on the scrot.

EDIT: Oh yes, and hats off to the creator/s of this forum theme. That's awesome, too. It's been my main theme on the BL forum for about a year now. Well, since discovering it.

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#77 2017-07-08 21:21:06

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

damo wrote:
barnabyh wrote:

I got plenty of nature shots from vacation. May be time to use my own photos as backgrounds instead from the net. But it's such a pain to upload and downsize them  sad .

Why can't you do it locally? Batch resize with gimp or imagemagick FTW wink

Hi damo. Thanks, I guess I could. Just gotta look into it and never got around so far...


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#78 2017-07-08 21:44:55

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

barnabyh wrote:
damo wrote:
barnabyh wrote:

I got plenty of nature shots from vacation. May be time to use my own photos as backgrounds instead from the net. But it's such a pain to upload and downsize them  sad .

Why can't you do it locally? Batch resize with gimp or imagemagick FTW wink

Hi damo. Thanks, I guess I could. Just gotta look into it and never got around so far...

Install imagemagick, then do

$ for i in *;do convert $i -resize xxx $i;done

where "xxx" is the new width (it will resize proportionally). This will overwrite the original, so you could output to a different path, or change the name:


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#79 2017-07-08 21:51:59

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

That's ace! Thanks for the tip.


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#80 2017-07-08 22:06:54

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

What do you think of these Tint2's for Helium? They match the Beam themes, and include some gradient and separators.

tint2rc config is here: Scripts, Tutorials & Tips - My tint2 config

tint2rc-scrots.th.png


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#81 2017-07-08 22:18:12

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

damo wrote:

What do you think of these Tint2's for Helium? They match the Beam themes, and include some gradient and separators.

tint2rc config is here: Scripts, Tutorials & Tips - My tint2 config

https://cdn.scrot.moe/images/2017/07/08/tint2rc-scrots.th.png


They look really good.  Love them.


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#82 2017-07-08 23:46:19

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

damo wrote:

What do you think of these Tint2's for Helium? They match the Beam themes, and include some gradient and separators.

tint2rc config is here: Scripts, Tutorials & Tips - My tint2 config

https://cdn.scrot.moe/images/2017/07/08/tint2rc-scrots.th.png

The gradient seems to be coded. Why not use transparency?

Personally, I prefer black or light grey panels, like in old versions of that OS, these days. Better for reading or working with it for longer periods. However, there was a time I enjoyed clear, transparent panels and whatnot. Anyway, can't please everybody. People are sure to continue using their own configs if that suits them better.


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#83 2017-07-09 10:22:00

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

The gradient seems to be coded. Why not use transparency?

??? The gradients require to be coded, and transparency is being used.

Personally, I prefer black or light grey panels, like in old versions of that OS

The dark BL/!# tint2rc is virtually invisible on a dark wallpaper, and is likely to cause confusion for a new user: that is why I would like to see something a little brighter. The gradient is really to show off new features in tint2, and give some idea for configuration possibilities.

It is likely we will also ship something similar to the old flat-panel style, for the traditionalists here!


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#84 2017-07-09 11:17:08

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

Damo that tint2 looks great, really shows off its ability using the updated version.

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#85 2017-07-09 14:33:11

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

damo wrote:

The gradient seems to be coded. Why not use transparency?

??? The gradients require to be coded, and transparency is being used.

Personally, I prefer black or light grey panels, like in old versions of that OS

The dark BL/!# tint2rc is virtually invisible on a dark wallpaper, and is likely to cause confusion for a new user: that is why I would like to see something a little brighter. The gradient is really to show off new features in tint2, and give some idea for configuration possibilities.

It is likely we will also ship something similar to the old flat-panel style, for the traditionalists here!

Ah. Yeah I mean, they look nice. I particularly like the clock better than the original one in #!. But I'm not up to date with tint development (nor any other atm) wink sad . Pretty much just using computers now instead of twiddling with them. smile


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#86 2017-07-09 20:36:58

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

neju linux beta dev...ongoing and squashing  wink

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#87 2017-07-10 14:52:41

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

Average color script and terminator
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#88 2017-07-10 21:20:52

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

Helium-dev showing my Debian stretch port of Mint's Xed text editor:

screenFetch-2017-07-10_22-28-52.th.png

https://software.opensuse.org//download … ackage=xed

EDIT: changed scrot to show LaTeX autodetection & syntax highlighting, I really like this editor  smile

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#89 2017-07-10 22:29:30

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

^ That "DE: XFCE" always irritates me if there is no DE! I sorted it by adding   *) de="None";;

    case "$de" in
        "KDE_SESSION_VERSION"*) de="KDE${de/* = }" ;;
        *"TDE_FULL_SESSION"*) de="Trinity" ;;
        *"MUFFIN"* | "Cinnamon") de="$(cinnamon --version)"; de="${de:-Cinnamon}" ;;
        *"xfce4"*) de="XFCE4" ;;
        *"xfce5"*) de="XFCE5" ;;
	*) de="None";;
    esac

This is in neofetch, but it works the same in screenfetch:
2017-07-10-232542_573x368_scrot.th.png


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#90 2017-07-10 23:18:57

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:

Helium-dev showing my Debian stretch port of Mint's Xed text editor:
...

Trying it out now - thanks for packaging it. I have a few queries, but I'll start a new topic.


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#91 2017-07-11 20:00:14

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

@Damo That tint2 looks great imo. It's got a nice polish highlighting the features of tint2. I'm wondering whether the systray is transparent or not. I'm not using separators but the one besides the clock looks ok.

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#92 2017-07-11 20:07:19

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

martix wrote:

@Damo That tint2 looks great imo. It's got a nice polish highlighting the features of tint2. I'm wondering whether the systray is transparent or not. I'm not using separators but the one besides the clock looks ok.

Thanks smile

Apart from the taskbar and tasks, the elements are transparent ( _background_id = 0)


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#93 2017-07-11 22:39:51

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

Helium-dev, Beam theme, with a new conky based on this one by @Sun For Miles (ported to Conky v1.10, major tweaks). Conky_Seamod just keeps evolving wink

2017-07-11--1499812289_1920x1080_scrot.th.png

Conky files here

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#94 2017-07-12 06:43:54

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

My lesser-spotted Alpine Linux system running dwm/dmenu/st with tmux, mksh & neofetch:

neofetch-2017-07-12-07-41-06-7769.th.png

Looks like it still has the grsecurity kernel patches (de-branded, of course), which is nice  glasses


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#95 2017-07-12 18:09:47

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

^ Nice. I wish I had the time to give Alpine a proper run.

Using buttons instead of launchers on tint2 panel -

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#96 2017-07-12 23:16:31

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

On a roll this week smile

Revived my electro-Conky, and updated it to v1.10.
For the wallpaper see the dA link in my sig.

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#97 2017-07-13 08:03:02

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

WOW, @damo, with this composition the language left me. cool
Class!
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#98 2017-07-13 13:07:53

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

Nice work indeed damo. Can i ask what the icon theme is that you are using please?

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#99 2017-07-13 13:48:44

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

Trying to emulate damos efforts here with tint2, wallpaper, icon theme. I really like the overall look, very catchy. I think the icon theme is "paper" from here https://www.opendesktop.org/p/1099618/  or maybe another variant?

Screenshot-130717-234432.th.png

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#100 2017-07-13 16:37:46

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Re: July 2017 Screenshots

Steve wrote:

Nice work indeed damo. Can i ask what the icon theme is that you are using please?

Thanks smile  And icons are Paper-grey


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