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#101 2021-01-25 03:33:44

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Re: January 2021 Screenshots

@ PackRat  very nice colors.

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#102 2021-01-25 10:38:21

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Re: January 2021 Screenshots

^ BL indigo theme; latest from hhh.


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#103 2021-01-25 17:49:30

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Re: January 2021 Screenshots

sleekmason wrote:

I never use 90% of the keybinds myself, and use winfuncs for tidying up my screen while working.
Here's my normal state of affairs while working, lol.
https://i.postimg.cc/kR5zxXLd/Normal-state.png
Winfuncs cascade cleans it up! (lower left panel button.)
https://i.postimg.cc/vDj3PzVn/Cascade.png

I'm sorry, I could never work in either scenario.
All windows scattered on a single desktop, helter skelter, partial overlaps... or all windows stacked in a cascade, still on a single desktop...

I generally use all 6 of my virtual desktops, and a window is usually 100% size or 50% (vertical split) or 25% (horizontal split of the vertical split), though a 50% horizontal split is also possible. I can do all that with openbox only, and with keybinds only.
But I am less disciplined than some, I still like to use stacking/floating by default, and only apply manual tiling when required. Best of both worlds.


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#104 2021-01-25 23:22:53

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Re: January 2021 Screenshots

ohnonot wrote:
sleekmason wrote:

I never use 90% of the keybinds myself, and use winfuncs for tidying up my screen while working.
Here's my normal state of affairs while working, lol.
https://i.postimg.cc/kR5zxXLd/Normal-state.png
Winfuncs cascade cleans it up! (lower left panel button.)
https://i.postimg.cc/vDj3PzVn/Cascade.png

I'm sorry, I could never work in either scenario.
All windows scattered on a single desktop, helter skelter, partial overlaps... or all windows stacked in a cascade, still on a single desktop...

I generally use all 6 of my virtual desktops, and a window is usually 100% size or 50% (vertical split) or 25% (horizontal split of the vertical split), though a 50% horizontal split is also possible. I can do all that with openbox only, and with keybinds only.
But I am less disciplined than some, I still like to use stacking/floating by default, and only apply manual tiling when required. Best of both worlds.

I used to work like sleek - now a convert to full tiling with bspwm.  I have the default ten desktops with about 4 with predefined apps that launch on login.   The others are manually set up but I tend to know "desktop 2 is for messenging apps, D1 is for firefox casual browsing, D7 is for video recording, D5 for zoom presentations etc" now.   

I do sometimes miss the look and feel of openbox/fluxbox - maybe a combo approach like yours might work for me.

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#105 2021-01-30 02:28:47

hhh
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Re: January 2021 Screenshots

Last ones for the first month of the New Year for me on my very old Inspiron laptop. The bullseye freeze is 2 weeks away, here's a new Debian Cinnamon install ready to be dist-upgraded, 3G RAM is plenty to run it...

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With (my) Nordic theming added...

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#106 2021-01-30 03:34:58

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Re: January 2021 Screenshots

hhh wrote:

Last ones for the first month of the New Year for me on my very old Inspiron laptop. The bullseye freeze is 2 weeks away, here's a new Debian Cinnamon install ready to be dist-upgraded, 3G RAM is plenty to run it...

https://imgur.com/zy7kqbct.png

With (my) Nordic theming added...

https://imgur.com/5QyB2Qpt.png https://imgur.com/uLe8Qk3t.png

Nice scrot and I myself looking forward to hitting the Bullseye (pun)!


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#107 2021-01-30 03:41:16

hhh
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Re: January 2021 Screenshots

Throw a dart, you might hit something!

The clock was bothering me, we use this 12 hour clock here and it's a hard habit to shake. I don't want to do math when I look at a clock, but that's what it is for an American reading a 24 hour clock. We're subtracting twelve (or 2) half of the day. Screw that, I can tell if it's evening by the sun, or by the AM/PM readout...

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Better screen management...

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-edit- Forgot I could add a desklet, that's 24:00 for the rest of the world...

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00:00 for the rest of the world? I don't know. Midnight.

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#108 2021-01-30 07:16:24

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Re: January 2021 Screenshots

Looks good.

Some times a blind pig finds an acorn.

(Colloquial saying)

0:00 easetern time is supper time for MST folks.

Last edited by cog (2021-01-30 07:17:32)


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#109 2021-01-30 09:35:17

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Re: January 2021 Screenshots

@hhh, One might just extract 2 from the 2nd number most of the time. 17-2 = 5pm or 19-2=7pm.

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#110 2021-01-30 13:56:05

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Re: January 2021 Screenshots

Fluxbox 1.3.7 on MX 19.3
Network-manager has been replaced with ceni. Volume control, battery level and weather indicators thru tint2-executors
Booting with sysvinit, idle system memory usage levels at ~225mb after startup.

WM-theme: 'Yeti' with 'Papitus-Dark' icons
Menu+window style: 'Yeti' + 'Circles' combo
Modified DateTime + Line conkys (original by @arpinux)
Modified tint2 bottom toolbar (original by Addy) & autohiding dock

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#111 2021-01-30 21:45:10

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Re: January 2021 Screenshots

Decided it was time to put icons in my Openbox Menu.  First tried to get obmenu-generator to work, but decided that I wouldn't be able to use it in a build even if I could get the perl dependencies installed. (Just simply beyond me for the time being).

So, wound up doing it the hard way.  I suppose there is a bunch there I would have to do regardless hmm

Only thing about this is that they have to be manually added when extra programs are.

The Debian menu adds "some" icons, but no where near all.

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#112 2021-01-30 23:43:12

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Re: January 2021 Screenshots

@b-rex, I know (I mentioned it). But maths are hard for us Americans. We still have no idea how long a kilometer is.

@cog, a broken clock is right twice a day. Updated by me, unless it's a 24 hour clock, then it's right once a day. In your face, Euro trash, your broken clocks have half the value of ours! monkey

@ceeslans and @sleekmason, just... great. @ceeslans, that's an amazing fluxbox desktop.

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#113 2021-01-31 10:11:42

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Re: January 2021 Screenshots

Rust bat (cat replacement) left and starship prompt right
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#114 2021-01-31 10:17:25

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Re: January 2021 Screenshots

Vaporware setup...

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Source/inspiration, this and the following posts...

https://forums.bunsenlabs.org/viewtopic … 22#p110722

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#115 2021-01-31 10:17:54

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Re: January 2021 Screenshots

hhh wrote:

We still have no idea how long a kilometer is.

I know the feeling from my nautical days, when the 'captain' was talking about miles, turns out 4 miles can be more than an hour of sailing a beer away. Miles to beer conversion was approximately 4:1, giving

1 beer = 4 miles

To make things even more complicated there is 'nautical mile > mile' I think.

Last edited by brontosaurusrex (2021-02-01 12:06:23)

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#116 2021-01-31 10:38:58

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Re: January 2021 Screenshots

You drink slowly, or you have a fast boat. tongue

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#117 2021-01-31 12:51:54

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Re: January 2021 Screenshots

^@hhh, this is awesome   angel

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#118 2021-01-31 21:17:07

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Re: January 2021 Screenshots

^Indeed looks awesome, that Juno theme sounds hella fine on me too. I'll stick on it for a bit.
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#119 2021-01-31 21:30:09

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Re: January 2021 Screenshots

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#120 2021-02-01 08:31:07

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Re: January 2021 Screenshots

Hello


A litle geek

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