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#76 2020-09-26 20:08:51

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

cog wrote:

I think it will work on FVWM as well

Polybar works well with Fvwm 2 & 3.

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#77 2020-09-26 20:21:33

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

cog wrote:

@dobbie it’s just polybar from AL’s git repo “pkgcongigs”. I changed the openbox-bar to yaxwm-bar then removed a few things.  I need to tell Thomas Adam too.  I think it will work on FVWM as well since he was wanting to try polybar the other day on the AL forums.

Ah cool, thanks for that.


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#78 2020-09-26 21:10:06

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

Expensive ascii clock (proof of concept converting some web page into ascii)
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#79 Yesterday 04:34:01

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

cog wrote:

@dobbie it’s just polybar from AL’s git repo “pkgcongigs”. I changed the openbox-bar to yaxwm-bar then removed a few things.  I need to tell Thomas Adam too.  I think it will work on FVWM as well since he was wanting to try polybar the other day on the AL forums.

Cog can you share your workspaces module please big_smile


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#80 Yesterday 04:48:14

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@dobbie

I’ll send it your way tomorrow bud.  My wife and I are watching movies and drinking suds tonight.


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#81 Yesterday 06:21:15

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

cog wrote:

@dobbie

I’ll send it your way tomorrow bud.  My wife and I are watching movies and drinking suds tonight.

Thank you!  Enjoy your evening.  I have just finished cooking and eating our Anniversary meal.  17 Year Anniversary deserved a 2.5kg Lamb roast.


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#82 Yesterday 07:39:17

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

Well, it's a screenshot from a low-res copy of a movie that is cropped and zoomed to remove the letterboxing, but it's my new favorite wallpaper. Bonus points if you can name the movie it's from before the month is up.

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#83 Yesterday 08:12:06

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Nice gimmick. smile
I have tried it, but I get this error:

convert-im6.q16: unable to open image `/tmp/4441-1636/woot.png': Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden @ error/blob.c/OpenBlob/2874.
convert-im6.q16: no images defined `/tmp/4441-1636/woot.jpg' @ error/convert.c/ConvertImageCommand/3258.
Can't open /tmp/4441-1636/woot.jpg

This one reminds me of the errors at Teo's Weather.com and the conversion of svg --> png

inxi -S
System:    Host: lithium Kernel: 4.19.0-11-686 i686 bits: 32 Desktop: Openbox 3.6.1 
           Distro: BunsenLabs GNU/Linux 10.5 (Lithium) 

(where 10.6 should be here...)

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#84 Yesterday 08:46:30

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

@unklar, All I can think of would be firefox not new enough, what I have is the version in repos

firefox --version
Mozilla Firefox 68.12.0esr

(Script tested in WSL/Buster/64bit and Raspbian/Buster/32bit, both with the same version of firefox, both headless machines).

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#85 Yesterday 09:40:39

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^I also have the version of the FF.
When I tried this I also disabled all my add-ons.

I can only guess, and, if it has to do with the locale or ascii ?  hmm

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#86 Yesterday 11:09:18

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^Version that uses chromium and seems to work with Xorg running or not running. (Note: both scripts are experimental/janky and should not be used for anything serious). Known bug: chromium occasionally decides to not return anything and just hangs there.
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#87 Yesterday 13:11:52

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

hhh wrote:

Well, it's a screenshot from a low-res copy of a movie that is cropped and zoomed to remove the letterboxing, but it's my new favorite wallpaper. Bonus points if you can name the movie it's from before the month is up.

https://i.postimg.cc/RNV9JYg6/Screenshot-from-2020-09-27-03-39-23.png

https://i.postimg.cc/Wb04CLrn/Screensho … -39-23.png

Dune dir. David Lynch 1984

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#88 Yesterday 17:43:24

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Give the man a cookie!

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#89 Yesterday 18:58:15

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

hhh wrote:

Give the man a cookie!

With spice sprinkles.


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#90 Yesterday 20:59:15

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^ Nice, I see what you did there with the whole spice reference thing that you did. The spice must flow.

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#91 Yesterday 21:31:40

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#92 Today 02:50:55

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I'm worried a bit about the new Dune. Not that it won't be better than David Lynch's train-wreck, Blade Runner 2049 was pretty damn great.

I'm worried about it being too cringey, maybe even more cringey than the Lynch release. The cinematography and scene management will be great, but the actual production? This trailer worries me...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9xhJrPXop4

OK, I'm not that worried. It looks awesome.

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#93 Today 03:13:52

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It will be well shot, acted, produced and directed.   It will be bland as all hell, just like Blade Runner 2049 (IMO).  I really liked Arrival though.

Lynch's take was flawed, very flawed.  Some great visuals and concepts - the Navigators, the folding space sequence, some of the Fremen stuff, but overall a big mess.   Lynch wasn't ready for such a big film, and maybe he's better suited to smaller scale stuff anyway.  He's still a genius.

I feel like something like Dune is basically unfilmable, without dumbing down the concepts and complexities of the novels too much.   I mean Star Wars can't even make a simple concept like "the Force" work coherently, so forget about Dune.


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#94 Today 05:07:00

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Re: September 2020 Screenshot Thread

phuturism wrote:

Lynch's take was flawed, very flawed.  Some great visuals and concepts - the Navigators, the folding space sequence, some of the Fremen stuff, but overall a big mess.   Lynch wasn't ready for such a big film, and maybe he's better suited to smaller scale stuff anyway.  He's still a genius.

Fire Walk With Me is not really small scale. Small town, yes, small issues, no. He ran out of time and budget with Dune, and De Laurentiis decided it had to be one film, it should have been three films. Lynch was one of the first to embrace, maybe even create Steampunk. Just look at it...

https://i1.wp.com/caps.pictures/198/4-d … ?strip=all

And Eno with Toto was a nice try, but a total failure. You had Strauss and Penderecki with 2001, you had John Williams doing his best Brahms, Wagner and Mahler with Star Wars, and then you have fucking Toto and those ridiculous space ship scenes from some Saturday morning cartoon. The contrast between the good scenes and the terrible ones is intense, even mind-blowing. Like, how-could-it-end-up-that-bad mind-blowing. But when it's good, it's great. All kinds of psycho steampunk...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QrCfivcQe48

And then there's this, a must watch...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2B6jgkcANRE

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