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#26 2018-05-05 08:53:57

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

cog wrote:

Please see my previous post right before yours.  You can use my Communitheme-Gray/Suru-Gray repos there now without building anything, and with the 1.1 releases they will inherit correctly from Papirus now as long as you have it installed.  I went ahead and added all the Thunar fixes so you can just use the themes straight up without having to tinker.

thanks, there certainly isn't any blue folders anymore now, but apart from that i still don't get the breeze-like thin sidebar icons as seen here.
it doesn't matter; as you probably don't know i'm using archlinux, so not even debian-based, and who knows what differences there might be.
maybe the inherited papirus theme is at a different version.
maybe caja uses different icons for the sidebar (i don't use caja).

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#27 2018-05-05 12:41:55

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

ohnonot wrote:
cog wrote:

Please see my previous post right before yours.  You can use my Communitheme-Gray/Suru-Gray repos there now without building anything, and with the 1.1 releases they will inherit correctly from Papirus now as long as you have it installed.  I went ahead and added all the Thunar fixes so you can just use the themes straight up without having to tinker.

thanks, there certainly isn't any blue folders anymore now, but apart from that i still don't get the breeze-like thin sidebar icons as seen here.
it doesn't matter; as you probably don't know i'm using archlinux, so not even debian-based, and who knows what differences there might be.
maybe the inherited papirus theme is at a different version.
maybe caja uses different icons for the sidebar (i don't use caja).

Right.  It's just the FM.  Look at the differences here between Thunar, Caja, and Files (nautilus)

fms.th.png


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#28 2018-05-05 13:18:33

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

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#29 2018-05-05 13:47:48

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

really like that wall..


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making some progress on my openbox port.  I'm blown away at well it integrates with Ubuntu Martin if I use the openbox --replace command and fire up compton.  The crazy thing is they already had compton and rofi installed so it's making the process that much smoother.


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#30 2018-05-05 19:24:36

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Good job Team !! My congratulations for Helium smile

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#31 2018-05-05 23:19:11

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

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#32 2018-05-06 00:57:29

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

Now that's a killer dark theme Dobbie...I like it!


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#33 2018-05-06 01:11:32

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Just installed BL Helium  onto an old IBM Thinkpad T42..not too shabby!

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#34 2018-05-06 01:50:04

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

DeepDayze wrote:

Now that's a killer dark theme Dobbie...I like it!

Cheers, original here http://fav.me/da44ozb


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#35 2018-05-06 05:00:43

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

yunn wrote:

First, beautiful. Second, on behalf of The Team, thank you!

@Dobbie, beautiful. I've been meaning to install Archlabs, the latest release looks great! I have a workaround, but did you see my post here?

https://forums.bunsenlabs.org/viewtopic … 621#p70621

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#36 2018-05-06 05:05:48

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

cog wrote:

Look at the differences here between Thunar, Caja, and Files (nautilus)

https://cdn.scrot.moe/images/2018/05/05/fms.th.png

i see!
i wonder where nautilus gets those icons from.
and annoyed at how well things tend to integrate with the gnome desktop, and less so with others....

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#37 2018-05-06 05:36:48

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

hhh wrote:
yunn wrote:

First, beautiful. Second, on behalf of The Team, thank you!

@Dobbie, beautiful. I've been meaning to install Archlabs, the latest release looks great! I have a workaround, but did you see my post here?

https://forums.bunsenlabs.org/viewtopic … 621#p70621


Thanks H3.  No I missed that.  Replying in that thread.


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#38 2018-05-06 19:57:04

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

Here's a nice one using an image I found on the web. Darkened it and increased the contrast to make it gloomier.

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#39 2018-05-07 03:00:30

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

ohnonot wrote:
cog wrote:

Look at the differences here between Thunar, Caja, and Files (nautilus)

https://cdn.scrot.moe/images/2018/05/05/fms.th.png

i see!
i wonder where nautilus gets those icons from.
and annoyed at how well things tend to integrate with the gnome desktop, and less so with others....

Gnome apps use the theme's symbolic icons for things like that. To keep gtk2 and gtk3 apps as similar in appearence as possible, I've overriden most of the symbolic icons in the Bunsen themes (but not the lightdm theme, that's why it's in a seperate location, it makes for much nicer panel icons) since the beginning...

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I don't think you can reverse engineer that for Thunar, but I've never tried.

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#40 2018-05-07 03:07:03

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@hhh thanks for the pointers bruh.


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#41 2018-05-07 03:11:43

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#42 2018-05-07 03:18:33

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

hhh wrote:

For unity between gtk2 and gtk3 apps, I've overriden most of the symbolic icons in the Bunsen themes (not the lightdm one, that's why it's in a seperate location, it makes for much nicer panel icons) since the beginning...

https://cdn.scrot.moe/images/2018/05/07/Screenshot_2018-05-06_22-52-11.th.png

As far as icons (not themeing) goes, in the case of BL Helium, it's pretty much just the regular Paper icons atm. The only ones we override are the xfce4-power-manager and pnmixer panel, and "start-here" which gets the BL flame. Lightdm's icon theme is the penguin avatar only. I don't know anything of these "symbolic" icon overrides of which you speak.


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#43 2018-05-07 03:37:43

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

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I don't know anything of these "symbolic" icon overrides of which you speak.

See my screenshot of nautilus vs cog's, he has symbolic icons in the left pane and I have regular ones (and honking big folders by default!)

This is defined in the gtk3 theme. In Hydrogen, I could have found the line I added in 10 minutes, but now that sass has thrown huge files all over the damn theme folder, I've looked for half an hour and haven't found anything!

Giving up, going to rub beer into my new wounds.

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#44 2018-05-07 03:45:07

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@johnraff, btw, look at the icons in /Paper/scalable/, any folder to see the symbolic icons Paper provides.

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#45 2018-05-07 03:59:26

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

hhh wrote:
johnraff wrote:

I don't know anything of these "symbolic" icon overrides of which you speak.

See my screenshot of nautilus vs cog's, he has symbolic icons in the left pane and I have regular ones (and honking big folders by default!)
This is defined in the gtk3 theme.

Ah, I had no idea gtk themes had an influence on icon choice. Thanks!


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#46 2018-05-07 04:11:14

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

johnraff wrote:

Ah, I had no idea gtk themes had an influence on icon choice. Thanks!

Ours do in order to deny Gnome3 the right to have things different from everything before them. NOT THIS THING, GNOME, THIS ONE'S STAYING RIGHT WHERE IT IS! NOW GET OFF MY LAWN!!!!!

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#47 2018-05-07 05:59:26

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

hhh wrote:

See my screenshot of nautilus vs cog's, he has symbolic icons in the left pane and I have regular ones (and honking big folders by default!)

This is defined in the gtk3 theme.

thanks for the info & explain!

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#48 2018-05-07 16:12:48

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OpenBSD-current & dwm:

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Showing 3 xterms running systat(1) (bucket view), good ol' ranger (previewing an image generated with graphics/aqsis) and a ksh(1) session.

Clean desktop:

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#49 2018-05-07 17:07:52

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Revisiting fluid sims
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#50 2018-05-07 18:33:21

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

hhh wrote:
johnraff wrote:

I don't know anything of these "symbolic" icon overrides of which you speak.

See my screenshot of nautilus vs cog's, he has symbolic icons in the left pane and I have regular ones (and honking big folders by default!)

This is defined in the gtk3 theme. In Hydrogen, I could have found the line I added in 10 minutes, but now that sass has thrown huge files all over the damn theme folder, I've looked for half an hour and haven't found anything!

Giving up, going to rub beer into my new wounds.

Hi @hhh, it's neceary edit the file gtk-contained.css and line 3613. Them change in section .sidebar, the line -gtk-icon-style: regular; to -gtk-icon-style: symbolic; smile and that's it

Regards,

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