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#51 2016-01-03 06:55:12

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Re: January 2016 Screenshots

After tweaking fonts a bit and installing mint-themes...
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#52 2016-01-03 07:54:34

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Re: January 2016 Screenshots

I'll have to work on this a little (theme it and add Infinality font configs) and release it, it's too stupidly good. Pulse works without a hitch.

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#53 2016-01-03 09:34:45

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Re: January 2016 Screenshots

@hhh: any guides on Jessie & infinality? I never got it working.

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#54 2016-01-03 12:07:00

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Re: January 2016 Screenshots

happy new year
enjoying the wallpaper and customized conky

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#55 2016-01-03 12:11:05

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Re: January 2016 Screenshots

@brontosaurusrex
I have used this guide for installing infinality fonts.
The article refers to Wheezy but works fine on Jessie.

http://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/11532 … -debian-7/

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#56 2016-01-03 16:06:25

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Re: January 2016 Screenshots

@gako, @brontosaurusrex
Thanks smile

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#57 2016-01-03 16:06:44

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Re: January 2016 Screenshots

fog wrote:

Happy new year everyone big_smile

Nice; share the wall, please.

And what's the actual color gradient in the menu hilight? Another theme I'll have to port to fluxbox.


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#58 2016-01-03 17:23:54

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hhh wrote:

^It looks good though. But those white windows are GTK3 too, aren't they? Can't they adopt the dark theme?

Running a live-build of Mate...
http://s15.postimg.org/44w0afa6f/Screenshot_01032016_12_56_23_AM.jpg

Yes they are, all my main windows are the light theme, the utilities (terminal, weather, clocks etc) are in the dark theme.


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#59 2016-01-03 17:57:21

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Re: January 2016 Screenshots

@fog beautiful work!
@mrneilypops dwmx looks great, it's in my queue
-wreaking havoc on paper icons converted over to xpm
2016-01-03-025251_1366x768_scrot.th.png

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#60 2016-01-03 17:58:27

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#61 2016-01-03 18:34:10

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Re: January 2016 Screenshots

mrneilypops wrote:

@brontosaurusrex
I have used this guide for installing infinality fonts.
The article refers to Wheezy but works fine on Jessie.

http://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/11532 … -debian-7/

That actually did the trick! I wonder what I was doing the previous N times...

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#62 2016-01-04 00:53:03

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Re: January 2016 Screenshots

mrneilypops wrote:

@brontosaurusrex
I have used this guide for installing infinality fonts.
The article refers to Wheezy but works fine on Jessie.

http://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/11532 … -debian-7/

I used a fork of the same Git repo to build deb packages, my #! post on it is here...
http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic. … 60#p410860

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#63 2016-01-04 00:55:46

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Re: January 2016 Screenshots

Already 3 pages? WOW!

Let start with new year greetings scrots...

01) fog, awesome scrot in this new start.
02) hhh, keep weight always in check, cool.
03) Temetka, what? that sys info is too awesome for windows, damn, i am jealous.
04) gako still kicking...
05) Dobbie mate, with that fog backg adapted just fine for your musical tastes.
06) bronto, wonder that shadow bring any "HIGHER" issue with cpu? perhaps my desktop is too old for shadow, i have used different config early on #! only for border stuff. compton is good.
07) mrneilypops, dwmx clean as beauty north korean girl.
08) daggoth, something excellent different setup. Very nice.
09) Snap, wish Void please you.
10) twoion, oh that fabulous Aurora heavenly scenario.
12) easysid, ok, i'm super jealous for your config smile nice done man!
13) eight.bit.al, i realize that i'm still in the stone age monitor just by clicking your image.
14) lowrider, oh i used to love the Cinnamon hot corner stuff, my sister hated so much, she always blame me to turn it off, but i never turned off because i loved it. Anyway i'm not using anymore on my current OS because of WM.
15) Dobbie03, Sorry i do not have anything concrete , i'm stalled on GTK2 but if anything needed, DA is still a good place to check. Used to like that rainy thing, IIRC XFCE had one similar too.
16) hhh, put one of those themes you made early on #! to look sexXxy on dat Debian plain.
17) ceeslans, very nice conky, heh i used one of them myself year ago.

Sorry for the flood , have a great new year everyone...
Nili
officially semi-drunk big_smile


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#64 2016-01-04 00:57:34

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#65 2016-01-04 01:01:02

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Re: January 2016 Screenshots

@Nili, cheers mate.


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#66 2016-01-04 01:05:52

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Re: January 2016 Screenshots

Thanks big_smile a greeting with red wine, CHEERS! i've a couple of glasses here.

The world around me seems more peacefully after a few drinks. :HaHa:


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#67 2016-01-04 01:24:05

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^ OH YEA!  That lasted until about the 4th or 5th glass of wine for me ... then things got blurry   yikes

And to stay on topic: 2016_01_03_22_20_42_Scrot11.jpg


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#68 2016-01-04 01:32:58

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S11 i like your new bottom horizontal weather layout , It was not bad the vertical but the current ones takes very little spaces, so fit good. Hope u enjoy that compton code smile


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#69 2016-01-04 03:20:31

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Re: January 2016 Screenshots

fluxbox, tint2, compton -

2016-01-03-221751_1366x768_scrot.th.png


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#70 2016-01-04 09:14:08

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^A bit of fluxbox is always refreshing.

@ Nili: Thanks, It does, it does...

A bit OT: @ HoaS: If you love OpenBSD minus the package management, you should give Void a try. Still Linux, but loads of BSD flavor, plus a dual package manager that beats the pants off BSD, IMHO.

http://www.cupoflinux.com/SBB/index.php … 300.0.html

Back OT:

Got the framebuffer colors working!

void-fb.th.png

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#71 2016-01-04 10:50:00

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^ Great link; must try it. Distro-Hoppers Unite!! wink smile

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#72 2016-01-04 12:45:36

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Snap wrote:

HoaS: If you love OpenBSD minus the package management, you should give Void a try. Still Linux, but loads of BSD flavor, plus a dual package manager that beats the pants off BSD, IMHO.

http://www.cupoflinux.com/SBB/index.php … 300.0.html

Hmmm, very interesting -- thanks!
smile

I think I'll be re-installing Arch and attempting a UEFI dual-boot with OpenBSD because I want to try setting up a Xen hypervisor in Arch with Debian as a paravirtualised domU glasses

On topic: OpenBSD 5.9-beta running cwm:

screenFetch-2016-01-04_12-38-36.th.png

I know OpenBSD has an old-school panel in the base system [1] that I would really like to use with cwm (so I can have a desktop with no ports) but I can't remember what it's called...
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[1] As seen in this screenshot: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/ … ger%29.png


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#73 2016-01-04 13:12:30

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Re: January 2016 Screenshots

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:

You seem to have settled upon Arch, OpenBSD and Debian distro-wise -- but what about window managers? There is a variety of them coming by in your scrots (GNOME Shell, xmonad, cwm, openbox...). Which one is your favorite/main window manager? Just curious smile


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#74 2016-01-04 13:22:54

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Unia wrote:

Which one is your favorite/main window manager?

At the moment, I seem to be stuck on xmonad (I prefer automatic tiling & compile-time configuration and I love xmobar) but I'm very fickle and I like trying new stuff smile

Are you still on a GNOME kick?

I don't think we've seen a scrot from you here.


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#75 2016-01-04 13:47:32

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Re: January 2016 Screenshots

I know OpenBSD has an old-school panel in the base system

That looks like a custom dzen2 panel with 9menu.


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