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#51 2018-05-07 19:03:35

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

^ Of course, good old line 3613, how stupid of me! tongue

Thanks for finding that. smile

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#52 2018-05-07 23:24:36

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

This time on real iron, oc with i3 as the wm of my choice. I love how you (team) setup terminator n fonts n stuff plus the suckless tools.
Scrot shows windows in floating mode for the bling  wink
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#53 2018-05-08 17:54:29

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

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Got v2.0 release of everything.  Thunar and OB working good now.  Think I'll do FVWM as a separate deal all together since it doesn't go in the themes folder like OB.


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#54 2018-05-08 22:16:12

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

^ nice work; giving it a look:

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#55 2018-05-09 03:51:12

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

PackRat wrote:

That’s a really clean setup.  I’ve never fluxboxed too much.  Mostly just to grab windecs for fvwm.  What’s the pulse over at void with the BDFL missing?  I imagine super stable from the experience I had.

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#56 2018-05-09 05:00:20

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

yunn wrote:
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. 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!

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

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https://cdn.scrot.moe/images/2018/05/07/Captura-de-pantalla_2018-05-07_20-20-15.th.png

so is that thunar in the image?
i will try to add soemthing similar to one of my existing gtk3 themes, see if it works.

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#57 2018-05-09 12:57:30

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cog wrote:

What’s the pulse over at void with the BDFL missing?  I imagine super stable from the experience I had.

So far so good; no interruption of updates or anything like that. That fluxbox scrot is a clean install from an iso I built a couple days ago. My take is that they may be having an "oh shit" moment as they realize they should have been making these changes/preparations about 18 months ago when the BDFL retired from day-to-day development.

back on topic - done with the QA/QC updates, and back to dual booting:

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#58 2018-05-09 19:31:21

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

ohnonot wrote:

so is that thunar in the image?
i will try to add soemthing similar to one of my existing gtk3 themes, see if it works.

No, that isn't thunar. It's nautilus. Currently thunar is working with Gtk2 and Nautilus with Gtk3, so that change never will work fine with thunar.
Regards,

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#59 2018-05-10 00:40:18

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

For the new people: Install...

sudo apt install nautilus --no-install-recommends

Launch...

nautilus --no-desktop

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#60 2018-05-10 01:33:10

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

yunn wrote:
ohnonot wrote:

so is that thunar in the image?
i will try to add soemthing similar to one of my existing gtk3 themes, see if it works.

No, that isn't thunar. It's nautilus. Currently thunar is working with Gtk2 and Nautilus with Gtk3, so that change never will work fine with thunar.
Regards,

Will there ever be a port of Thunar to GTK3?


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#61 2018-05-10 04:26:20

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

DeepDayze wrote:

Will there ever be a port of Thunar to GTK3?

Officially? That's supposed to be a yes...

https://xfce.space/en/2017/12/whats-hap … unar-gtk3/

Note, that means you'd need to enable experimental in Debian to install it, which means it might be broken a bit, or maybe not...
https://packages.debian.org/experimental/thunar

Also...

https://github.com/rgcjonas/thunar-gtk3
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/thunar-git/

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#62 2018-05-10 08:12:48

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

Playing around with google fonts downloader
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#63 2018-05-10 16:45:30

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

Probably I will not post very often to these threads (but I like to read them), because I tend not to customize that much, if at all. You can see that probably here. The defaults are already very usable and beautiful.
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I was a little surprised how well this little machine runs with current software, because I rescued it from the trash at my company.

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#64 2018-05-10 18:30:41

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

brontosaurusrex wrote:

Playing around with google fonts downloader

bronto, smile
where is this wonderful background/wallpaper? Thanks!

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#65 2018-05-10 18:59:28

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#66 2018-05-10 19:41:52

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

doxanthropos wrote:

Probably I will not post very often to these threads (but I like to read them), because I tend not to customize that much, if at all. You can see that probably here. The defaults are already very usable and beautiful.
https://cdn.scrot.moe/images/2018/05/10/Bildschirmfoto_2018-05-10_18-29-35.th.png
I was a little surprised how well this little machine runs with current software, because I rescued it from the trash at my company.

If anyone complains that they miss the old theme, I'll point them to this post with instructions for changing their wallpaper, icons and tint2/conky colors. smile

Sophisticated musical selection, nice!

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#67 2018-05-10 20:04:15

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hhh wrote:

Sophisticated musical selection, nice!

Source

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#68 2018-05-11 03:15:34

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From a netinst. Not using Bunsen, but using the themes, they're really nice. Also, "DE" is all the same ol trusty OB + Tint2 + Compton.


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#69 2018-05-11 06:17:20

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#70 2018-05-11 12:44:33

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Fair-weather sailor   big_smile
Thanks, @brontosaurusrex

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#71 2018-05-11 13:02:44

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Yeah, well 7km/h (is around ~4 knots) of wind power is only a step away from starting the diesel, but perhaps this is a magic sailboat wink

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#72 2018-05-11 18:28:02

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It is a magical sailing boat, because the Germans cannot be trusted with the diesel.   roll

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#73 2018-05-11 20:34:27

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

hhh wrote:
DeepDayze wrote:

Will there ever be a port of Thunar to GTK3?

Officially? That's supposed to be a yes...

https://xfce.space/en/2017/12/whats-hap … unar-gtk3/

Note, that means you'd need to enable experimental in Debian to install it, which means it might be broken a bit, or maybe not...
https://packages.debian.org/experimental/thunar

Also...

https://github.com/rgcjonas/thunar-gtk3
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/thunar-git/


caja is a lightweight gtk3 option now.  I find it to be kind of in between Thunar & Nautilus.  They usually add features to it instead of pruning it like bonsai.


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#74 2018-05-11 21:10:22

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

cog wrote:
hhh wrote:
DeepDayze wrote:

Will there ever be a port of Thunar to GTK3?

Officially? That's supposed to be a yes...

https://xfce.space/en/2017/12/whats-hap … unar-gtk3/

Note, that means you'd need to enable experimental in Debian to install it, which means it might be broken a bit, or maybe not...
https://packages.debian.org/experimental/thunar

Also...

https://github.com/rgcjonas/thunar-gtk3
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/thunar-git/


caja is a lightweight gtk3 option now.  I find it to be kind of in between Thunar & Nautilus.  They usually add features to it instead of pruning it like bonsai.

I have taken a real fancy to PCmanFM for some reason.


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#75 2018-05-11 21:17:44

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

Dobbie03 wrote:
cog wrote:
hhh wrote:

Officially? That's supposed to be a yes...

https://xfce.space/en/2017/12/whats-hap … unar-gtk3/

Note, that means you'd need to enable experimental in Debian to install it, which means it might be broken a bit, or maybe not...
https://packages.debian.org/experimental/thunar

Also...

https://github.com/rgcjonas/thunar-gtk3
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/thunar-git/


caja is a lightweight gtk3 option now.  I find it to be kind of in between Thunar & Nautilus.  They usually add features to it instead of pruning it like bonsai.

I have taken a real fancy to PCmanFM for some reason.

I use to run it on FreeBSD back in the day.  It's fast as heck.  Did they ever get it ported to GTK3 or are you talking about the new QT version?


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