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#76 2018-05-11 21:39:10

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

cog wrote:

Did they ever get it ported to GTK3 or are you talking about the new QT version?

I did not know either of these things were happening with PCmanFM.


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#77 2018-05-11 21:59:12

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

I prefer PCmanFM. I have been running Thunar, trying to keep as close to stock Helium as possible. However, at the moment, Thunar seems to like to lock up when code editors/word processors open up temp files in a directory that Thunar is open on. I reinstalled PCmanFM and it seems to be a bit snappier than Thunar overall. Bonus points for not locking up on me these days.

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#78 2018-05-11 22:20:34

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

Thunar has been unusually unstable for me, so many freezes and crashes.


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#79 2018-05-11 22:31:26

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

From top-left clockwise, Thunar, PCManFM, Nautilus, Caja, all installed with --no-install-recommends, set to the same icon size and with all window options disabled where possible (Menu. Sidepane, Toolbar, Statusbar) on BL helium...

Screenshot_2018-05-11_18-25-01.th.png

They all look good and none are a large install with that install switch added. Use what you like!

The scrot shows a bug in the Paper icon theme (maybe? Or in tint2?) where Paper is confused as to which folder icon to use for tint2. I've even seen no icon displayed. They should all look like the second one down.


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#80 2018-05-11 22:39:14

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

These are mine:

img-2018-05-12-103718.md.png


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#81 2018-05-12 02:07:05

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

love this setup. i'm very new to bunsenlabs and openbox. could you give me some tips on how you did the customization?

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#82 2018-05-12 02:11:14

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

cryinghyena wrote:

love this setup. i'm very new to bunsenlabs and openbox. could you give me some tips on how you did the customization?

You can grab all the configs from the dot link in my signature.

Theme is NixiProLabs, for both OB and GTK.
Icons are ArchLabs Dark
POlybar config is called Bar2, in my dots.

Install into the correct folders (themes, /usr/share/themes/  icons /usr/share/icons/) and select your
themes.

Polybar configs go in ~/.config/polybar/

Read my polybar config for the fonts to use otherwise polybar wont start.


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#83 2018-05-12 02:15:06

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

Dobbie03 wrote:
cryinghyena wrote:

love this setup. i'm very new to bunsenlabs and openbox. could you give me some tips on how you did the customization?

You can grab all the configs from the dot link in my signature.

Theme is NixiProLabs, for both OB and GTK.
Icons are ArchLabs Dark
POlybar config is called Bar2, in my dots.

Install into the correct folders (themes, /usr/share/themes/  icons /usr/share/icons/) and select your
themes.

Polybar configs go in ~/.config/polybar/

Read my polybar config for the fonts to use otherwise polybar wont start.

Thanks! I'm sure i'll eventually learn how all the config stuff works and implement them smile

FYI your dot link in your sig is down atm. 404ing

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#84 2018-05-12 02:25:34

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

cryinghyena wrote:
Dobbie03 wrote:
cryinghyena wrote:

love this setup. i'm very new to bunsenlabs and openbox. could you give me some tips on how you did the customization?

You can grab all the configs from the dot link in my signature.

Theme is NixiProLabs, for both OB and GTK.
Icons are ArchLabs Dark
Polybar config is called Bar2, in my dots.

Install into the correct folders (themes, /usr/share/themes/  icons /usr/share/icons/) and select your
themes.

Polybar configs go in ~/.config/polybar/

Read my polybar config for the fonts to use otherwise polybar wont start.

Thanks! I'm sure i'll eventually learn how all the config stuff works and implement them smile

FYI your dot link in your sig is down atm. 404ing

Thanks for the heads up, I'll fix it but in the meantime https://github.com/Dobbie03/dots


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#85 2018-05-12 02:34:52

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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 like PCManFM myself and it's my daily driver filemanager and being able to connect to a remote machine right from the filemanager is a nice thing. Thunar is not too shabby (especially the later versions) but doesn't have a way to connect to a remote machine.


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#86 2018-05-12 02:37:42

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

DeepDayze wrote:
Dobbie03 wrote:
cog wrote:

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 like PCManFM myself and it's my daily driver filemanager and being able to connect to a remote machine right from the filemanager is a nice thing. Thunar is not too shabby (especially the later versions) but doesn't have a way to connect to a remote machine.

I set to default this morning after using it all day yesterday.  I forgot how good PCmanFM is.


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#87 2018-05-12 05:51:49

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

Dobbie03 wrote:
cog wrote:

Did they ever get it ported to GTK3 or are you talking about the new QT version?

I did not know either of these things were happening with PCmanFM.

both are available - at least on archlinux:

community/pcmanfm 1.3.0-1 (lxde)
    Extremely fast and lightweight file manager
community/pcmanfm-gtk3 1.3.0-1 (lxde-gtk3)
    Extremely fast and lightweight file manager (GTK+ 3 version)
community/pcmanfm-qt 0.12.0-2 (lxqt)
    The LXQt file manager, Qt port of PCManFM

i've had problems with both thunar and pcmanfm: they would sometimes lock up on my network drives.
so i started using spacefm - it's the only one so far that doesn't do that at all.
also good to not depend on gvfs anymore, and still have USB automount.


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#88 2018-05-12 06:13:11

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

ohnonot wrote:
Dobbie03 wrote:
cog wrote:

Did they ever get it ported to GTK3 or are you talking about the new QT version?

I did not know either of these things were happening with PCmanFM.

both are available - at least on archlinux:

community/pcmanfm 1.3.0-1 (lxde)
    Extremely fast and lightweight file manager
community/pcmanfm-gtk3 1.3.0-1 (lxde-gtk3)
    Extremely fast and lightweight file manager (GTK+ 3 version)
community/pcmanfm-qt 0.12.0-2 (lxqt)
    The LXQt file manager, Qt port of PCManFM

i've had problems with both thunar and pcmanfm: they would sometimes lock up on my network drives.
so i started using spacefm - it's the only one so far that doesn't do that at all.
also good to not depend on gvfs anymore, and still have USB automount.

Oh nice, have swapped to GTK3.  To be honest I can't see any obvious differences.


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#89 2018-05-12 09:25:24

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

For all those that are still a bit behind (for their reasons), SpaceFM (GTK2) should not be missed, and considered to be used.

To stay on topic, haven't changed anything since my last scrot but just to stay on topic.
40211155050_8b5a354e2d.jpg


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#90 2018-05-12 20:28:05

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

Thanks to Bronto's boat, some neofetch and some music, I whipped this up. Pretty much the same setup I've been using for almost 6 months now. I'm digging the conky. It's just the standard bl conky, minus the shortcuts.

2018-05-12-13-22-32_scrot.th.png


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#91 2018-05-13 02:39:24

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

Thought I'd go light again.

Screenshot_2018-05-13_14-36-01.md.png


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#92 2018-05-13 05:53:46

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

hhh wrote:

https://cdn.scrot.moe/images/2018/05/12/Screenshot_2018-05-11_18-25-01.th.png
The scrot shows a bug in the Paper icon theme (maybe? Or in tint2?) where Paper is confused as to which folder icon to use for tint2. I've even seen no icon displayed. They should all look like the second one down.

This didn't click yesterday, but I've had the same issue. To keep the screenshots thread clean I've opened a bug report: https://forums.bunsenlabs.org/viewtopic.php?id=4813


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#93 2018-05-13 21:27:40

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

Connecting with iwd:

2018-05-13-215721_1920x1080_scrot.th.png

Last edited by Head_on_a_Stick (2018-05-13 21:29:12)


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#94 2018-05-13 22:51:08

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

johnraff wrote:

To keep the screenshots thread clean I've opened a bug report: https://forums.bunsenlabs.org/viewtopic.php?id=4813

Thank you!


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#95 2018-05-14 04:53:11

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

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#96 2018-05-14 09:07:43

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

HaoS; That is not cycles I would assume?

edit: ZX Spectrum / Bruce Lee 1984
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#97 2018-05-14 12:09:26

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

retro.th.png

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#98 2018-05-14 17:40:54

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

^ & ^^ Awesome! I ♥ retro gaming glasses

brontosaurusrex wrote:

HaoS; That is not cycles I would assume?

Au contraire, mon ami:

2018-05-14-181023_1280x800_scrot.th.png

I've got the hang of the UI now and I can just about manage basic node configuration smile

EDIT: link to stupidly large image files (64 bits per pixel colour depth @ 4k UHD resolution):

https://head-on-a-stick.deviantart.com/ … -744825360

I have the original OpenEXR MultiLayer image files as well but they weigh in at ~113MiB yikes

EDIT2: retro gaming with OpenBSD:

2018-05-14-225736_1280x800_scrot.th.png
http://openports.se/games/quakespasm

Best. Game. Ever.

Last edited by Head_on_a_Stick (2018-05-14 21:59:42)


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#99 2018-05-14 22:06:57

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

Oh, the retrogamingthing  kiss love it. Warcraft2 - The tides of darkness on Mint
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#100 2018-05-14 23:55:46

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Re: May 2018 Screenshots

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:

Best. Game. Ever.

That would be GoldenEye 007 on N64, 4 player split-screen, rocket launchers in the temple.

Videogame, that is. The best game is 9-ball pool.


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