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#261 2021-10-09 20:43:42

PackRat
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Re: Themes and Icons

DeepDayze wrote:

You can also disable Flux's builtin panel and use tint2 as well if you choose and tint2 does work quite well in Flux.

Not exactly. The fluxbox tool bar cannot be disabled. It can be permanently hidden, but the user will need to edit the ~/.fluxbox/init file so that the toolbar does not contain the systemtray if they are planning to use the tint2 systemtray.

But yes, other than that, tint2 is compatible with fluxbox.


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#262 2021-11-19 17:16:28

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Re: Themes and Icons

I wanted to make some themes that were a bit more fun.  All of my others are utility oriented. Here is the first if it works.

Lilidog-Neon
Neon-grey.png Neon-nature.png

All files in their respective locations in my github:
https://github.com/sleekmason/Themes

GTK theme
Openbox theme
Geany theme
xfce4-terminal theme
Wallpapers - Trineon.png & Before-dawn.png <--Needed something.

Also have a new Bright Theme for day use when needed, or whenever you choose I suppose:).

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#263 2021-11-19 21:08:33

hhh
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Re: Themes and Icons

sleekmason wrote:

I wanted to make some themes that were a bit more fun.  All of my others are utility oriented. Here is the first if it works.

Lilidog-Neon
https://i.postimg.cc/5YYRkgBB/Neon-grey.png https://i.postimg.cc/fS4DHJ9b/Neon-nature.png

All files in their respective locations in my github:
https://github.com/sleekmason/Themes

GTK theme
Openbox theme
Geany theme
xfce4-terminal theme
Wallpapers - Trineon.png & Before-dawn.png <--Needed something.

Also have a new Bright Theme for day use when needed, or whenever you choose I suppose:).

Icon theme?


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#264 2021-11-19 21:36:17

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Re: Themes and Icons

The icons are Breeze - Open-Suse.  They are also in my Themes Github.  I haven't messed with icons too much yet.  They are kinda heavy so I just keep to the Breeze for everything right now.

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#265 2021-11-20 06:37:01

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Re: Themes and Icons

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#266 2021-11-20 11:12:26

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Re: Themes and Icons

^If you're ever interested in seeing your actual RAM again, add that to your conky: wink

${exec free -h --si | awk 'NR==2{printf $3}'} / ${memmax}

To check for accuracy use the command at the bottom of the image:

watch -d free -m

ZuHJCTzt.jpg   lol

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#267 2021-11-20 12:14:08

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Re: Themes and Icons

^ You are a Linux GOD! @everyone, get this into your conky!

jomZUoWt.png


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#268 2021-11-20 15:37:27

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Re: Themes and Icons

^^  lol  lol  lol   angel

I am not a god. I am just a normal Linux user.

The thanks goes to @Nili, he had the idea for this.   wink

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#269 2021-11-21 20:32:48

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Re: Themes and Icons

Another 'deep' theme meant to compliment Lilidog-Neon.  This one is Lilidog-Cobalt, which sounded way more cool than "navy" smile

Screenshot-from-2021-11-21-14-11-58.png Screenshot-from-2021-11-21-14-09-50.png

As usual, this encompasses:
GTK-2.0 and 3.0,
Openbox
Geany
xfce4-terminal
A new tacky? wallpaper, Trineon2
The icon theme is Breeze

All are located in my github here: https://github.com/sleekmason/Themes

If anything is off in any of my themes that bothers you, please let me know.  Most things are easily changed. Some things I haven't found yet.

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#270 2021-12-17 19:19:12

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Re: Themes and Icons

I have been checking out ascii-image-converter from https://github.com/TheZoraiz/ascii-image-converter

I saw after I made a couple of "flame" ascii images that Bunsenlabs already has an image for Neofetch, as do a ton of other distros. Pretty cool! Here are a couple more that can be placed to call from neofetch as well if you like, or put in /etc/issue, wherever.

The original ascii color code (the unreadable squiggly box) on the line before the image code was copied from another example. After some experimentation, I didn't feel the need to create my own.  The color ascii 'numbers' can be changed to produce different color results within a limited range with a fairly large number of colors as a result.

Try changing the top 0 to a 1 for a nice bright effect. The color code example came from: Here I imagine a lot can be done by adding different code throughout.

Here are the two I made using the converter and then edited a bit.
2021-12-17-122951-1920x1080-scrot.png

I am unable to post the actual ascii color code itself on the forums here, but you can grab the full ascii images with the color code from my github here: (make sure to copy the raw image.) https://github.com/sleekmason/Themes/tr … cii-images

For neofetch, Put an image in the same ~/.config/neofetch folder to keep it simple.
Either make an image with the converter or copy the image code from my github into a new file; adjust as needed.

it is easy to change to a custom image by changing or adding a line in ~/.config/neofetch/config.conf on line 711 or thereabouts:

image_source="auto"

to:

image_source="$HOME/.config/neofetch/flame-bold"

(For the bold flame if grabbed from my github.)


FYI - For just checking out all the other distros artwork, you can change the code on line 763 or so to whatever you would like to see. (Right after all the distro names.)

#ascii_distro="auto"
ascii_distro="Bunsenlabs"

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#271 2021-12-17 21:39:10

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Re: Themes and Icons

Not sure if you guys have seen this?  A simple script to re-colour the Adwaita theme.  Hopefully it is of some interest.


I like my Metal like my coffee.......Black!

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#272 2021-12-18 11:36:21

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Re: Themes and Icons

^That's pretty cool @sleekmason.

I played with images in neofetch years ago. However, I didn't like the ascii characters. I wanted "real" images/icons. smile

After studying the developer's advice, I came up with the following acceptable procedures for me.

Installation of:
neofetch
xfce4-terminal (works best besides console and rox-term)
w3m
w3m-img
imagemagick
(feh]

-create a directory neofetch in ~/.cache/thumbnails/
-create a directory ~/logos and put them here
-change the lines in ~/.config/neofetch/config.conf:

697 from image_backend="ascii" to "w3m".
711 from image_source="auto" to the path to /home/USER/Logos/IMAGE.png etc.pp

At some point (I didn't check when and what it was) the displayed image disappeared when clicking on the desktop. So I had not used it for a while.
Now in connection with the images to [beryllium] I discovered the line

795 from image_loop="off" to "on"

and the image stays.
This only has to be terminated with Ctrl+c.  hmm

2021-12-18-09-03-54_scrot.th.png  Screenshot_20211218_092129.th.png

Last edited by unklar (2021-12-18 12:06:11)

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#273 2021-12-18 15:35:53

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Re: Themes and Icons

Thanks ^. Something that's been high on my to do list for a while now. Good fun. Thank you.

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neo_mod.th.png neo_mod.th.jpg

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#274 2021-12-18 16:20:50

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Re: Themes and Icons

unklar wrote:

795 from image_loop="off" to "on"

and the image stays.
This only has to be terminated with Ctrl+c.  hmm

That setting also fixes an issue with terminals - like st and alacritty - that do not display the image.


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#275 2021-12-18 16:41:28

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Re: Themes and Icons

Dobbie03 wrote:

Not sure if you guys have seen this?  A simple script to re-colour the Adwaita theme.  Hopefully it is of some interest.

unklar wrote:

I played with images in neofetch years ago. However, I didn't like the ascii characters. I wanted "real" images/icons. smile


Nice!  All of it!  Looking forward to messing around with the adwaita themes and the image instead of ascii in neofetch:) Awesome stuff!

Also,
@eight.bit.al  Nice image:)
@PackRat  Good info!

Last edited by sleekmason (2021-12-18 16:46:52)

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#276 2021-12-18 17:12:05

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Re: Themes and Icons

Get the Menu in this one.

neo_mod-1.th.png

8bit

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#277 2021-12-19 08:53:33

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Re: Themes and Icons

^I am glad that you had fun.  I thought you already knew all this.  smile

One more tip. When using different window sizes (of the terminal) neofetch seems to get confused in the choice of the image size. Here it helps to delete the cache in ~/.cache/thumbnails/neofetch completely.

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#278 2021-12-19 20:52:46

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Re: Themes and Icons

unklar wrote:

^I am glad that you had fun.  I thought you already knew all this.  smile

One more tip. When using different window sizes (of the terminal) neofetch seems to get confused in the choice of the image size. Here it helps to delete the cache in ~/.cache/thumbnails/neofetch completely.

Would be nice if the image can be auto-scaled depending on terminal window size...


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#279 2022-01-02 17:24:19

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Re: Themes and Icons

Happy New Year Everybody!

Wanted to make a theme to match Blackbird and Adwaita-Dark. Tougher than you would think.

Lilidog-Buff with Gnome-wine icons.  (for some reason they grow on you:)
Buff.png Buff-transparent.png

And Lilidog-Taupe with Breeze icons. My new favorite theme.
Taupe.png Taupe-transparent.png

As is usual, there are also Geany and xfce4-terminal themes to match.  https://github.com/sleekmason/Themes

Also, For those who already have my themes:
Every Lilidog Openbox theme (except Blackbox) has been re-based on Onyx, with any and all corrections.
The Slate theme has been updated for better contrast.
The Grey theme has been updated to show the tabs in Geany/Mousepad better.

For those who would like to test these but don't know how, You can download the zip of my themes from the github address above, unzip, and place copies of the gtk and openbox themes into ~/.themes <- Make the folder if it doesn't exist. (the Breeze icon theme can be placed in ~/.icons if wanted). They should then be available for user use. You may need to log out and in if making a new folder.

If you want to keep any of them, put them into /usr/share/themes and /usr/share/icons respectively for root use.
If something doesn't work properly or look right for some reason, let me know!

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#280 2022-01-16 17:48:26

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Re: Themes and Icons

My newest theme, Earth. With gnome icons.
Earth.png

Earth is a continuation of making a theme to use when working with the Gimp, (Not meant to match exactly.) while also giving praise to Adwaita-Dark and blackbird. Earth has zero color in the gtk and openbox themes, except for three warnings and a couple of oddball settings.  This differs from the Buff theme that used colors for the text and other places. Buff is now "Drow" btw.

Also, I would swear I notice a difference in battery consumption for the better? Is that a thing?

Anyway, This includes matches for GTK-3.0, 2.0, Openbox, Geany, and xfce4-terminal. https://github.com/sleekmason/Themes

Directions for those who need them are in the post above.  Please let me know if something is bothersome/doesn't work properly.  Also, All of my themes are meant to be used in variable situations, with the monitor turned down a bit for best results.

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