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#1 2021-02-01 02:27:38

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February 2021 Screenshots

Another month goes by....

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

Please use thumbnails. Do not embed images larger than approx 250x250px (62,500px) into posts, use thumbnails linking to a hosted image instead. Thanks!

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#2 2021-02-01 14:55:39

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

Finally getting somewhat of a grip on the icons.  Gotta round em up.

Wasn't sure I would like them. I have always removed them in the past as an annoyance. Keeping a copy without icons in the folder as well, making switching back a breeze if wanted/needed. 

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#3 2021-02-01 16:01:08

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

ArchLabs, i3 and dk window managers:

2021-02-01-10-57-51.png  link

2021-02-01-11-04-07.png   link

Last edited by PackRat (2021-02-01 16:02:17)


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#4 2021-02-01 18:56:39

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

Looks really smooth.  Is that dk that has gimp?  Really like the bar at top. Something you made? or came with?

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#5 2021-02-02 00:58:58

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

Successful upgrade to bullseye 2 weeks ahead of the soft freeze. gcc-8-base was the only package held back, running 'sudo apt install gcc-8-base' removed a library and installed it. There's no security repo yet, disable it in /etc/apt/sources.list. Shown using Nautilus instead of Nemo...

HEOwVgVt.png

Shell/terminal prompt (thanks, @brontosaurus-rex!)..

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#6 2021-02-02 01:04:02

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

sleekmason wrote:

Looks really smooth.  Is that dk that has gimp?  Really like the bar at top. Something you made? or came with?

Yes, that is gimp running in dk window manager. The bar at top of the with dk window manager is polybar. With i3 I use slstatus and the native i3 bar.


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#7 2021-02-02 01:54:00

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

PackRat wrote:
sleekmason wrote:

Looks really smooth.  Is that dk that has gimp?  Really like the bar at top. Something you made? or came with?

Yes, that is gimp running in dk window manager. The bar at top of the with dk window manager is polybar. With i3 I use slstatus and the native i3 bar.

See, I Love the look.  I have checked out Polybar a couple of times but couldn't even get close to what I would want. Nice.

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#8 2021-02-02 01:56:20

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

hhh wrote:

Successful upgrade to bullseye 2 weeks ahead of the soft freeze. gcc-8-base was the only package held back, running 'sudo apt install gcc-8-base' removed a library and installed it. There's no security repo yet, disable it in /etc/apt/sources.list. Shown using Nautilus instead of Nemo...

https://imgur.com/HEOwVgVt.png

Shell/terminal prompt (thanks, @brontosaurus-rex!)..

https://starship.rs/

Very slick:)  Like the folder icons.

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#9 2021-02-02 01:57:59

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

Salvaging @loutch's late post in the January thread...

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#10 2021-02-02 20:31:22

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

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#11 2021-02-04 02:26:02

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

Minor change. Configured fluxbox so that the toolbar spans dual monitors:

2021-02-03-09-07-56.png link

2021-02-03-09-10-46.png link


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#12 2021-02-04 14:49:05

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

Lili-2-4-21.png
Added another submenu, and got a decent picture of Lili to use as a background.  I so miss her.

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#13 2021-02-04 15:34:12

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

Very nice PackRat, Permanent loyal to Fluxbox as always smile


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#14 2021-02-05 15:05:28

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

Hi all. Hope you're all doing well =]

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#15 2021-02-05 16:53:29

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

tamberoo wrote:

Hi all. Hope you're all doing well =]

https://i.imgur.com/m8yvxyht.png

Now that's a clean basic desktop...can't go wrong with that!


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#16 2021-02-06 02:00:46

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

sleekmason wrote:

https://i.postimg.cc/8JwDDDrv/Lili-2-4-21.png
Added another submenu, and got a decent picture of Lili to use as a background.  I so miss her.

A decent pic? Dude, submit that to National Geographic.

And someone should create a custom Firefox icon using her left eye from that photo.

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#17 2021-02-06 03:25:13

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

Thank you for your kind words:)  My wife is the photographer.
That would be pretty nifty to make one.

*Edit - Here is a 1440x900 of Lilidog. I have a larger original if anybody would like to have it. https://github.com/sleekmason/Themes/bl … ilidog.png

Last edited by sleekmason (2021-02-06 03:44:02)

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#18 2021-02-06 05:11:54

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

sleekmason wrote:

Thank you for your kind words:)  My wife is the photographer.
That would be pretty nifty to make one.

*Edit - Here is a 1440x900 of Lilidog. I have a larger original if anybody would like to have it. https://github.com/sleekmason/Themes/bl … ilidog.png

Easy to theme, just use anything...

https://i.imgur.com/hRei0SBt.png

Sorry for the jumbo preview that doesn't link to full-size, I messed up the formatting. Can we allow it in honor of Lilidog, may she rest in peace?

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#19 2021-02-06 07:48:30

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

Looking good guys.


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#20 2021-02-06 07:55:15

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

Still on the gentoo train over here.


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#21 2021-02-06 08:17:18

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

A completely new build of dwm using polybar.  Still having issues getting vanitygaps to build successfully. 

img-2021-02-06-204931.th.png


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#22 2021-02-06 23:18:15

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

sleekmason wrote:

Thank you for your kind words:)  My wife is the photographer.
That would be pretty nifty to make one.

*Edit - Here is a 1440x900 of Lilidog. I have a larger original if anybody would like to have it. https://github.com/sleekmason/Themes/bl … ilidog.png

Nice pic and your dog's got that fire in her eyes and may she rest in canine power!


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#23 2021-02-07 00:03:46

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

DeepDayze wrote:
sleekmason wrote:

Thank you for your kind words:)  My wife is the photographer.
That would be pretty nifty to make one.

*Edit - Here is a 1440x900 of Lilidog. I have a larger original if anybody would like to have it. https://github.com/sleekmason/Themes/bl … ilidog.png

Nice pic and your dog's got that fire in her eyes and may she rest in canine power!

Thank you guys:)

She once saved my wife's life. 
We had decided to float a river here when we shouldn't have.  Skill doesn't always make up the difference.  It had rained for a few days before and the river was in flood stage.  Not a brilliant decision, but we had planned to get a mile or so downstream and camp out the flood on a bluff we liked.

We were never able to stop there, and then nowhere else would serve. Wound up traveling about 24 miles in 5 hours or so, with a stop or two.

Long story short, we capsized after passing numerous wrapped kayaks and canoes, and even an individual in the water that we couldn't help. At that point we were just trying to get off the river.

The water temp was around 55F, so not horrible, but not exactly great either.  We had both of our dogs with us (the other is a yorkie), they go everywhere we go.

We capsized during a turn into bank.  We know how to roll with it, but the power of the water was too great and I wound up under the canoe with our yorkie, Bear.  We were both wearing life vests, as was bear (Lili had no need), but I still swallowed a bunch of water. 

I was able to grab bear and swing out from under the canoe.  Now rapids are coming up in the far distance. Bears starts swimming for the other side of the river.  So does my wife, in an effort to save bear  roll (he didn't need saving:)

Now we have a problem.  Don't know if you have ever been in flood stage water before, but it's different. The power of it denies your ability to move across the water.  I'm a very strong swimmer, and felt damn near helpless.

I know the only thing I could do was to push the canoe out of the current and against the bank This took literally everything I had. Every time I would think I had the canoe out of the current, it would swing back in, float bags or no.

Meanwhile, my wife Bobbie is halfway across the river through zero control of her own, and the distance to the rapids has cut down to just a couple hundred yards.  I'm thinking at this point the only option I have is to frantically get the damn canoe upright, and get my wife after the rapids should she live.

Out of nowhere, Lili flys into view, lining herself up so Bobbie can grab her tail, and then pulls her to the other shore. Safe.  I had just enough space to cross the river before the rapids to pick her back up.

We lost only a lawn chair we had picked up from an earlier stop, and my favorite camping shirt:)
We don't do flood stage anything anymore. As for Lili, She had hundreds upon hundreds of miles of adventures in the woods.  She led a good life:)

Delete if this is too much here for some reason.

*Edit - Might as well.  That day. Howdy everybody.
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#24 2021-02-07 00:43:03

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

sleekmason wrote:

Don't know if you have ever been in flood stage water before, but it's different. The power of it denies your ability to move across the water.  I'm a very strong swimmer, and felt damn near helpless.

I have, and I swear this is a true story. I was living in Buck's county, PA and commuted to my job via bicycle. It was a ten mile ride, down the steep hill, across the river and through the park to the street, done.

One night the river flooded, during winter, and I got caught trying to get back across the park to get home. I was drunk, I rolled up my pants, slung my bike over my shoulder and walked across the platform bridge, which was now 3 feet underwater. A tree was blocking the bridge, I caught my foot and my bike got sucked into the culvert. I then proceeded to jump into the raging, 10 foot deep and still uprising water and try and pull my bike out from the upriver side of the bridge/culverts. All that water was surging into a few culverts, less than a meter around in size each. I could have been sucked in, got stuck and drowned so easily. I gave up and walked home, a buddy and me retrieved the bike the next day, well downstream.

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#25 2021-02-07 00:46:51

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@sleekmason

That’s epic.


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