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#1 2020-12-01 08:32:09

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December 2020 Screenshots

The year is nearly over....

This is where you can post screenshots of your setup, as long as it's in line with our somewhat elaborate rules and instructions...

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#2 2020-12-01 13:28:41

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

50668159261_1d568a8593_z.jpg
I like a lot the simplicity of CWM. Top > Conky(std)


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#3 2020-12-01 16:55:47

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

DJ Megatron blasting the boombox, Optimus Primal is in a state of dubmission (not a typo)...

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#4 2020-12-01 17:25:33

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

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LibreOffice math behaves with dark themes, finally.

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#5 2020-12-02 01:43:04

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

^ Looks really cool.

Nili wrote:

https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50668159261_1d568a8593_z.jpg
I like a lot the simplicity of CWM. Top > Conky(std)

It's a bitch to make the window theming (border color) work, isn't it? @glittersloth helped me back in the day, but maybe you have it figured out?

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#6 2020-12-02 05:55:45

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

Libreoffice isn’t qt, gtk or motif but it’s got those crazy bandaids to pull in compatibility hints.  Always nice when it looks good like you like it.


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#7 2020-12-02 16:01:40

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

Current.png

Was looking through stuff from years ago and re-found wbar.  Still in the repos, works really well.  Uses 6MB on my computer.  Super easy to set up using the extra configuration package. Ability to change pretty much everything; icons, transparency, size, etc . .
Wbar and wbar-config are all you need.

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#8 2020-12-02 17:10:11

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

Fine tuning some key chains -

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Link

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Link 2


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#9 2020-12-03 07:48:20

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

hhh wrote:

It's a bitch to make the window theming (border color) work, isn't it?

No isn't, i have done it before. Just never bothered anymore. I put a static color white for active and black for inactive window and voila.


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#10 2020-12-03 17:38:03

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

^ Prove it. Make active window borders magenta and inactive borderss cyan! Cyberpunk is coming out soon.

Never mind, it works...

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https://i.postimg.cc/50NrMvGy/2020-12-0 … -scrot.png

But I used activeborder magenta and inactiveborder cyan in ~/.cwmrc, the hex codes didn't work. Do I need quotation marks around the hex? Do I include the hash symbol?

-edit- I think it's a double quote and add the hash, testing now...

-swoons- Aww yeah, that's the stuff...

color activeborder "#FF00FF"
color inactiveborder "#00FFFF"

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https://i.postimg.cc/Gp635L94/2020-12-0 … -scrot.png

nm-applet is working without a panel or systray, 300M RAM, border colors are cooperating, openbsd-cwm is a session option in lightdm and logs in instantly... it could be worse.

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#11 2020-12-03 19:45:35

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

^ Right, so how do I autostart a panel and some utilities without having them start in my Cinnamon session? The cwm session is being started by /usr/share/xsessions/openbsd-cwm.desktop, and I am hella rusty with stand-alone window managers.

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#12 2020-12-03 20:41:13

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

hhh wrote:

^ Right, so how do I autostart a panel and some utilities without having them start in my Cinnamon session? The cwm session is being started by /usr/share/xsessions/openbsd-cwm.desktop, and I am hella rusty with stand-alone window managers.

Use a separate script to start cwm and call it from the openbsd-cwm.desktop file. Like openbox does with openbox-session, openbox-gnome-session, and openbox-kde-session.

The cwmrc file has it's own man page with examples so you can get the syntax correct. If you're going to start a panel or some other application (like xclock) you'll need to use the "ignore" options in your ~/.cwmrc.

Back on topic -

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yet another link.

Last edited by PackRat (2020-12-03 20:49:54)


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#13 2020-12-03 22:04:56

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

wbar 4ever
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#14 2020-12-03 23:12:48

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

PackRat wrote:
hhh wrote:

^ Right, so how do I autostart a panel and some utilities without having them start in my Cinnamon session? The cwm session is being started by /usr/share/xsessions/openbsd-cwm.desktop, and I am hella rusty with stand-alone window managers.

Use a separate script to start cwm and call it from the openbsd-cwm.desktop file. Like openbox does with openbox-session, openbox-gnome-session, and openbox-kde-session.

The cwmrc file has it's own man page with examples so you can get the syntax correct. If you're going to start a panel or some other application (like xclock) you'll need to use the "ignore" options in your ~/.cwmrc.

Thanks for the detailed feedback, but for me this is r/restofthefuckingowl. Step one: Install wiring harness and battery. Step two: Install engine, brakes, transmission, fuel tank and steering. Step 3: Connect brake lines, fuel line and steering and transmission linkages. Start car and use.

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#15 2020-12-04 14:46:27

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

@PackRat, my brain was in park, sorry! The session in lightdm is named openbsd-cwm. I created a file named .cwm with the content...

#!/bin/bash
lxpanel &
exec openbsd-cwm

... put it in Home and made it executable. Then edited the Exec line in /usr/share/xsessions/openbsd-cwm to Exec=/home/rachel/.cwm

Profit! And thanks for your config, that's a big help. Cheers!

-edit- Pic or it didn't happen. The screenshot made a camera noise, that was a nice confirmation that things are on track...

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https://i.postimg.cc/QMZcdCN6/Screensho … -28-46.png

Still, I set up and custom-themed Cinnamon in 2 days, cwm will be a month of tweaks for an inferior setup. A fun waste of time.

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#16 2020-12-05 03:59:36

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

getting nate's dk window manager going on "Donkey Kong" style... (this is on a debian base)

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#17 2020-12-05 06:51:00

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

hhh wrote:

^ Prove it. Make active window borders magenta and inactive borderss cyan! Cyberpunk is coming out soon.

Never mind, it works...

Sorry for the late, glad you've found and fixed it. It is really easy wm to tweak and very light (at laest to me).
Wish to fit well with Cinnamon, although i never tried it.


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#18 2020-12-05 18:06:38

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

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link to full image

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#19 2020-12-06 01:19:38

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots


great wallpaper.  Love the dark transparent terminal too.

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#20 2020-12-06 13:12:52

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

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"Monster panel"  A mix of the pager and icons control from fbpanel, and the rest from tint2.  The pager from fbpanel has neat capabilities like showing your wallpaper in the icon box.  The icon control is for the window icons - customize your own.

The pyramid array is Wbar (Warlock Bar), toggled from Alt + F5 as an alternate menu source.
It consists of four bars, each on it's own toggle, then strung together.  There are another 5-6 icons for apps that are not shown. Note the hovered icon size change.
These can then be separated, moved, mixed and matched etc . . .
A quick way to make an alternate "favorites" menu in the form of desktop icons.

Both of these can be found in my github ('my build' below, or website).

If I was to do this again, I would make the icons 256x256 to work better.

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#21 2020-12-07 00:58:42

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

Some quality scrots! Cheers, everyone.

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#22 2020-12-09 23:46:55

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

Well, configuring openbsd-cwm is a tremendous waste of time! monkey

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https://i.postimg.cc/D0Z2MhB6/Screensho … -41-30.png

Since I'm essentially relearning everything as if it was the first time, this ended up being at least two and a half hours of work, and the only noticeable difference is the addition of jgmenu, conky and compton. I also added a left gap so windows won't hide the panel, I've switched to xfce4-panel which I think is being ignored by cwm's app-switcher (I hope so, I hate that the panel can steal focus), some default keybinds to start my most used apps have been added, autostart now includes polkit, I installed xserver-xorg-input-synaptics and have touchpad click working via synclient, and I've installed bunsen-exit (what a great utility).

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#23 2020-12-10 00:00:27

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

^ Sounds like S&M-OS  yikes


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#24 2020-12-10 00:07:32

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

damo wrote:

^ Sounds like S&M-OS  yikes

Like I said, you can configure Cinnamon within an hour even if you've never used it before, and the additional 350M RAM it takes is fairly trivial. You could do the same with Bunsenlabs and only add ~70M RAM to the cwm desktop I have. Still, it's cool to get back to tinkering, and it's satisfying when you finally fix an issue (and maddening when you can't). Neither session seems to be interfering with the other, so no harm no foul. There are worse ways to spend a few hours at home.

Plus, it's a nice desktop, even at this early stage.

-edit- Posting my current minimal configs for anyone interested (thanks to @PackRat and bunsen-configs)...

.cwm (my autostart file)...

#!/bin/bash
xset b off
xset r rate 250 25
setxkbmap -option ctrl:nocaps
synclient VertEdgeScroll=0 HorizEdgeScroll=0 TapButton1=1 2>/dev/null
syndaemon -i .5 -K -t -R -d &
/usr/lib/policykit-1-gnome/polkit-gnome-authentication-agent-1 &
compton &
conky &
xfce4-panel &
nm-applet &
exec openbsd-cwm

.cwmrc...

borderwidth 2
color activeborder "#CC666A"
color inactiveborder "#C6D3D8"

#gap top bottom left right
gap 0 0 48 0

ignore conky
ignore xfce4-panel

bind-key 4-t mate-terminal
bind-key 4-b firefox
bind-key 4-f nemo
bind-key 4-a audacious
bind-key 4-m "jgmenu_run"
bind-key 4-x "bl-exit"
bind-key XF86AudioRaiseVolume    "amixer -q sset Master 5%+ unmute"
bind-key XF86AudioLowerVolume    "amixer -q sset Master 5%- unmute"
bind-key XF86AudioMute    "amixer sset Master,0 toggle"

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#25 2020-12-10 00:27:01

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Re: December 2020 Screenshots

hhh wrote:
damo wrote:

^ Sounds like S&M-OS  yikes

Like I said, you can configure Cinnamon within an hour even if you've never used it before, and the additional 350M RAM it takes is fairly trivial. You could do the same with Bunsenlabs and only add ~70M RAM to the cwm desktop I have. Still, it's cool to get back to tinkering, and it's satisfying when you finally fix an issue (and maddening when you can't). Neither session seems to be interfering with the other, so no harm no foul. There are worse ways to spend a few hours at home.

Plus, it's a nice desktop, even at this early stage.

Exactly! I enjoy your posts:)  Always something new to see.

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