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#26 2020-05-16 15:47:38

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Re: May 2020 Screenshots Thread

MW2K wrote:

It is set to override - I got it to appear in spectrwm, but it won't background. It stays on top of any window. I've tinkered with the quirks section of spectrwm.conf but haven't got it how I won't. It's no biggie though - as another posted said, it doesn't fully suport extended hinting.

If you don't mind that black window in conky like you have in the i3 screenshot, one thing you could try is piping a conky-cli configuration to a dzen2 window. I've never tried anything like that; gut feeling is that the dzen2 window will want to stay on top.

Another option would be to use dzen2 with clickable areas instead of the spectrwm bar. Then you could at least see that information on demand.

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#27 2020-05-17 05:51:38

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Re: May 2020 Screenshots Thread

MW2K wrote:

It is set to override - I got it to appear in spectrwm, but it won't background. It stays on top of any window. I've tinkered with the quirks section of spectrwm.conf but haven't got it how I won't. It's no biggie though - as another posted said, it doesn't fully suport extended hinting.

The meaning of "override" is to override window manager hinting.
So either you got the syntax wrong, or spectrwm also overrides window manager hinting...
for conky 1.1x.x it has to be like this:

own_window_type = "override",

for 1.9.x:

own_window_type override

I think you additionally need to set

own_window_hints = 'undecorated,below,skip_taskbar,skip_pager,sticky',

but if spectrwm does not respect those hints, maybe it has its own mechanism to tell conky to stay below?


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#28 2020-05-22 19:58:38

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weekly since 2017-02-25

apt update && apt dist-upgrade

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#29 2020-05-23 21:01:22

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^ Is that a brontosaurusrex wallpaper or did you edit one of his original Blender walls? It looks great.

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#30 2020-05-24 07:46:16

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^^Thanks! Yes, it's a bronto wallpaper.   cool

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#31 2020-05-24 21:42:53

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After a couple of months of using it, I finally realized Audacity has a dark theme. I'm setting levels on the first part of Episode 7 of my radio show, as you can see from the tooltip...

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#32 2020-05-26 07:42:57

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Here a nice try with the CM2 of this mx-distribution.

I still had an old 18'er installation in Qemu. So, I installed the repos of the mx19, signed it and pulled the packages conky-manager2 and mx-conky-data-theme for this try.
As conky I used ceeslan's "SideDiag" and my own.

The balancing act is, like in CM1, enormous, which the guys there do to get the many "defected" WIN users their "Klicki-Bunti-World".   smile

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#33 2020-05-31 08:43:59

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My wsl Debian this days ... (I know).
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#34 2020-05-31 18:14:40

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#35 2020-05-31 21:43:29

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#36 2020-05-31 23:44:31

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hhh wrote:

It's in development. The developer for ArchLabs coded a window manager for himself using the xcb libraries and in caught on with ArchLabs users. Yaxwm has features similar to dwm, bspwm, and 2bwm.

Nate is doing an excellent job developing it.


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#37 2020-06-01 02:29:53

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Re: May 2020 Screenshots Thread

PackRat wrote:
hhh wrote:

It's in development. The developer for ArchLabs coded a window manager for himself using the xcb libraries and in caught on with ArchLabs users. Yaxwm has features similar to dwm, bspwm, and 2bwm.

Nate is doing an excellent job developing it.

Looks nice and isn't there an ArchLabs spin that uses it? Seems that it has no window titles, that is what makes it seem different.

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#38 2020-06-01 02:32:13

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brontosaurusrex wrote:

WSL is getting better and better I can see so maybe X apps can be run from WSL directly someday.


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#39 2020-06-01 09:43:29

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DeepDayze wrote:

Looks nice and isn't there an ArchLabs spin that uses it? Seems that it has no window titles, that is what makes it seem different.

There is no spin of ArcLabs that uses yaxwm. I don't think Nate has packaged and submitted it to the AUR yet.

Yaxwm is mainly a tiling window manager; I switched to floating layout to show the wallpaper. No window decor other than a border, but it has ewmh compliance so panels work with it.

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#40 2020-06-01 12:41:20

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Re: May 2020 Screenshots Thread

PackRat wrote:
DeepDayze wrote:

Looks nice and isn't there an ArchLabs spin that uses it? Seems that it has no window titles, that is what makes it seem different.

There is no spin of ArcLabs that uses yaxwm. I don't think Nate has packaged and submitted it to the AUR yet.

Yaxwm is mainly a tiling window manager; I switched to floating layout to show the wallpaper. No window decor other than a border, but it has ewmh compliance so panels work with it.

Ahh gotcha :-)

Good stuff though.


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#41 2020-06-02 06:09:27

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Re: May 2020 Screenshots Thread

PackRat wrote:

Thank you for making an effort, but that is not a direct link.
This is the direct link (the URL differs by one "-").
No offense, those image uploaders deliberately make it hard to get it right.

Nice scrot - fork of dwm?
And nice owl.


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#42 2020-06-16 04:46:52

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My return brings......exactly the same screenshot but with a new wallpaper as last time

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DOH!  Wrong thread.  Have linked to this in the June thread.

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