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#51 2020-09-17 14:56:41

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

Lamborghini is too slow, try this:
Lamborghini zu langsam, versuchen Sie es damit:
SR-71.th.jpg


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#52 2020-09-17 16:13:18

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

Sector11 wrote:

Lamborghini is too slow, try this:
Lamborghini zu langsam, versuchen Sie es damit:
https://scrot.cloud/images/2020/09/17/SR-71.th.jpg

But easier to park.


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#53 2020-09-17 19:12:25

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

Well, there is that.

Can't park the SR-11 on just any side street.

I have my private parking spot: Area S11
s11-area11-3.th.jpg

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#54 2020-09-17 22:13:44

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

Sector11 wrote:

Can't park the SR-11 on just any side street.

You need the V/STOL upgrade.


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#55 2020-09-17 23:50:40

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

PackRat wrote:
Sector11 wrote:

Can't park the SR-11 on just any side street.

You need the V/STOL upgrade.

Hmmmmmmmmmm back to the drawing board!

Meanwhile, got this from of Army Surplus for a steal.
ArmySurplus.th.jpg
needs some personal upgrades up and definitely a new paint job.

Mrs S11 likes pulling the trigger.  big_smile


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#56 2020-09-18 22:40:27

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#57 2020-09-19 14:52:06

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

Sector11 wrote:

Meanwhile, got this from of Army Surplus for a steal.
https://scrot.cloud/images/2020/09/18/ArmySurplus.th.jpg

Heh.
Looks like they built another roof on top, like on a VW RV big_smile


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#58 2020-09-19 19:31:47

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

Yea, and I can't find any information of it at all.

Not a clue where that wallpaper came from had it a long time.


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#59 2020-09-19 21:30:42

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#60 2020-09-19 22:42:54

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

Thank you 8.bit.al


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#61 2020-09-19 23:05:58

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

^ You're welcome.

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#62 2020-09-20 04:55:35

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#63 2020-09-20 06:57:03

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

New machine, same set up

2020-09-20-06-43-05-scrot.th.png


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#64 2020-09-20 14:28:29

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

the whole gang wrote:

HURRAY!  Dobbie03 is back!


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#65 2020-09-21 05:26:45

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

Sector11 wrote:
the whole gang wrote:

HURRAY!  Dobbie03 is back!

Thank you big_smile


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#66 2020-09-21 20:53:10

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

^ Quick installation instructions using Debian? Sorry to ask, but I'll take whatever info I can get to ease the process.

https://github.com/Dobbie03/Suckless

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#67 2020-09-22 02:57:52

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

hhh wrote:

^ Quick installation instructions using Debian? Sorry to ask, but I'll take whatever info I can get to ease the process.

https://github.com/Dobbie03/Suckless

There is no "one shot" for all the items listed there so you will need to install one at a time.  Also should be no different in Deb/Arch with installation.

Basically in each folder you need to execute:

sudo make clean install

to uninstall

sudo make uninstall

Disclaimer:  These are setup to my workflow and system so may not work out of the box for your liking. smile

Hit me up if you need further help.

Also use this repo, it's a little more up to date.

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#68 2020-09-22 20:39:09

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

Dobbie03 wrote:

Hit me up if you need further help.

Also use this repo, it's a little more up to date.

Do you know if using

 *  WM_WINDOW_ROLE(STRING) = role

So you can add the role to the window rules requires a patch?

That would be handy for a lot of applications.


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#69 2020-09-23 06:19:17

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

PackRat wrote:
Dobbie03 wrote:

Hit me up if you need further help.

Also use this repo, it's a little more up to date.

Do you know if using

 *  WM_WINDOW_ROLE(STRING) = role

So you can add the role to the window rules requires a patch?

That would be handy for a lot of applications.

To be honest Pack, I have no idea.  I am surprised that I manage to use dwm as it is let alone understand it.


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#70 2020-09-23 17:25:09

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

^ I'm pretty sure it does. I tried that and the "iscentered" and both fail to compile. Based on the suckless mailing list they have no interest in implementing the "rule" option; so looks like some patching going on.


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#71 2020-09-25 05:32:50

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

I've been messing around with bash/zsh prompts and vim/neovim for hours trying to see what all the fuss is about with all the new line prompt generators etc.  Also, zsh doesn't do anything for me and bash is way faster.  mksh is the only the thing I would consider at this point for it's code quality and speed, but the trade off is bash is everywhere just like vi/vim is while neovim is not quite as widespread.

Basically I came to the conclusion this is exactly the way I like it ... (screenshot)

It started as a fool errand because I don't like the powerline or further inspired prompts/status lines.  Then I made vim and neovim do line numbering etc.  I just don't understand why line numbering and highlighting is important when the laststatus at the bottom shows the line number and it's so undistracting, but you can look at it if you need that info.

Maybe some of yall can enlighten ole cog if I missed something.

Screenshot_2020-09-24_23-27-30.th.png


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#72 2020-09-25 09:03:57

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

I don't like line numbers in vim either, seems spamy. (my short .vimrc)

zsh why (for me):
- It has fuzzy autocomplete build in

rm 300[tab]
rm scrot30040.png

- little tricks like

repeat 5 echo "woot" # < looks like ruby

- autosuggest magic (judges still out on this one)

p.s. It's possible bash can do all some of that and I don't know how.

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#73 2020-09-25 23:03:06

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

@brex those are some good reasons to use zsh and yeah those line numbers are so busy looking unless you set them way darker than the rest of the text.

been playing around with yaxwm

Screenshot_2020-09-25_17-01-22.th.png


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#74 2020-09-26 05:03:48

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

What panel are you using cog?


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#75 2020-09-26 19:17:43

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

@dobbie it’s just polybar from AL’s git repo “pkgcongigs”. I changed the openbox-bar to yaxwm-bar then removed a few things.  I need to tell Thomas Adam too.  I think it will work on FVWM as well since he was wanting to try polybar the other day on the AL forums.


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