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#51 2021-02-12 02:12:00

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

Fueled by beer, I'm going through a Lynch thing.

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https://forums.bunsenlabs.org/viewtopic … 39#p111239

kthup kthup kthup... kthup Is this future or is this past?  Do you know who I am? I am The Arm! And I sound like this... BOOP BOOP Boop Woop woop wopp boop bop bop oop bop boop boo!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5PIeYcZG0g

Lynch at his best. Profound, paranormal, perverse and pedestrian all at once. Dressed in nice suits with thin ties and hair gel.

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#52 2021-02-12 07:36:37

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

PackRat wrote:

Pretty much. Either fluxbox or i3

Out of many review or WM-hop you've made those two remain permanent, meaning to me they're relevant & practical.

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#53 2021-02-12 13:16:10

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

ceeslans wrote:
sleekmason wrote:

Well Sure! See the above post for more info: https://github.com/sleekmason/Themes

Great! Your lilidog-grey gtk theme is an absolute beauty.
Thanks a lot for sharing

(edit} below screenshot with Lilidog-grey theme running.

https://i.imgur.com/2FWDxbCt.png

Fluxbox style [menu and window titlebar] made by me on basis of the gtk theme colors. pixmaps stolen from tenner's "synaptic" style, slightly modified.

Wonderful!  Really glad it works for you:)

Do you have a way of sharing your fluxbox theme? Would love to use it if that is alright with you.

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#54 2021-02-12 15:46:48

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^ you can download the archive from my Google drive.

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#55 2021-02-12 16:58:45

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ceeslans wrote:

^ you can download the archive from my Google drive.

Excellent. Thank you:)

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#56 2021-02-12 18:39:00

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

Plain Jane DXT2

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with lipstick:

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#57 2021-02-13 01:01:33

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

Hey! I'm back from the Land of the Lost to give the dev team two thumbs up on Lithium. This is still the best DE out there, hands down. Pictured below is a productive desktop. I'm building a web app using Django, Nginx, and uwsgi on an absolutely ancient dual-core machine with 2 Gb of ram. I just love how this interface gets out of my way and lets me get some work done. This is actually an old helium install that I did a full upgrade on. I am still using Openbox, the old tint2 config, and the old menu.xml, because change is hard and I needed this desktop productive asap. I did play around with the default desktop some, but given that this is a mature install, I needed some .desktop launchers and a couple of policy kits rules for QoL shortcuts that we don't typically add to a base install. I just wanted to say "Good Job!" to the dev team.

https://i.postimg.cc/rwYh8kFk/2021-02-1 … -scrot.png

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#58 2021-02-13 02:59:24

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

@tknomanzr, my goodness, great to hear from you! Great scrot of the default theme plus Sublime.

PM me if you'd like any BL developer privileges restored (I don't know what they are ATM).

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#59 2021-02-13 03:35:04

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

Welcome back @tknomanzr!

Thanks for the encouragement.
And don't forget - you're part of the dev team if you have enough free time to jump back in.


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#60 2021-02-13 07:05:30

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

johnraff wrote:

Welcome back @tknomanzr!

Thanks for the encouragement.
And don't forget - you're part of the dev team if you have enough free time to jump back in.

Cool. I'll look at Github when I get the chance. I have a lot to catch up on in the Linux desktop world it seems. In the meantime, I am neck deep into converting a WordPress website into Django, which is actually going pretty well.

I hit a rough patch after the React job, which I got fired from, lol. Long story short, I excelled at the back-end and DevOps stuff but the modern Javascript was kicking my butt. I actually onboarded myself into that job in less than a month, although I stressed myself out doing so. The whole onboarding system was built in an aging ansible setup that I basically had to fix to get working again. So the things that touched Debian, the data modeling, the backend stuff, and the Devops stuff I excelled in, but the Front-end stuff, which is what I was actually hired to do was kicking my tail. The good thing about Django, is that it's the same MVC paradigm but on the back-end and in python. So data persistence is not an issue like it is for web-pages and I just like python as a language.

Anyway, for about a year after that, I would barely touch a computer. Then, a friend of mine needed a website built. So I decided to build it in WordPress. Now what I have is a lovely news/blogging site that is a bloated resource hog that half the visual design stuff doesn't work on despite the fact that I spent good money on those controls. So now I am converting it so I can get what I want from it. And of course, when I code, I code on a Linux box. Most specifically, some flavor of Bunsenlabs box. This install is literally the install from my main desktop that I did all that coding on. Actually, I think it's a dd'd image of that desktop that I then turned into a file server for the longest time. Now it's running django through uwsgi, nginx, with sqlite3 as the database for the moment,  several chrome tabs open, spotify, at least one terminal, a file manager,and Sublime text editor on 2 gigs of ram and two cores, with debug mode on, and it's STILL faster than that WordPress site, lol.

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#61 2021-02-13 08:51:52

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

@tknomanzr
^It is an extraordinary pleasure for me to read you here again. Thank you!   smile

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#62 2021-02-14 07:27:18

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#63 2021-02-14 07:48:35

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

sleekmason wrote:
ohnonot wrote:

How are you making all this? Manually in a text editor? yikes

Yep:)
.......

Manually tweaking themes beyond replacing colors, that's damn impressive, esp. GTK3! I gave up on GTK3 a long time ago (and thus on GTK theming altogether).
Maybe I should try oomox again; it was pretty rough around the edges last time I did.


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#64 2021-02-14 15:31:13

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

ohnonot wrote:
sleekmason wrote:
ohnonot wrote:

How are you making all this? Manually in a text editor? yikes

Yep:)
.......

Manually tweaking themes beyond replacing colors, that's damn impressive, esp. GTK3! I gave up on GTK3 a long time ago (and thus on GTK theming altogether).
Maybe I should try oomox again; it was pretty rough around the edges last time I did.

Thank you:) It has been a learning experience to be sure. I've enjoyed the ride though.

It looks like there is an oomox compatable theme in the Debian repos "materia-gtk-theme"
I've never tried it but it sounds interesting.

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#65 2021-02-15 06:02:14

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

The current dwm build is absolutely perfect. 

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#66 2021-02-15 20:56:42

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

Nice scrot, bet you spent time tweaking DXT2 to get the themes just right.


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#67 2021-02-16 19:07:04

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

^ Thx for noticing. smile

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#68 2021-02-18 00:18:10

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

@eight.bit.al

I'm digging your second screenshot.

Last edited by cog (2021-02-18 00:18:58)


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#69 2021-02-18 07:00:10

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

ohnonot wrote:

Maybe I should try oomox again; it was pretty rough around the edges last time I did.

Use the Arc themes available. GTK-2 rc comes out wrong, you need to edit the selected foreground color and reverse the tooltips' fg/bg colors. Let me know if you have issues, I'd be glad to help.

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#70 2021-02-19 01:58:43

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

2021-02-18-09-04-55.th.png    link-001


2021-02-18-09-02-51.th.png    link-002

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#71 2021-02-19 02:21:04

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^ Well, that's, um... Awesome! (pun intended)

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#72 2021-02-19 05:12:37

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I'm so disorganized, I have to download the shows from Soundcloud that I deleted after uploading them.

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#73 2021-02-19 13:09:26

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^ I'd blame everything on that wallpaper. smile

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#74 2021-02-19 23:59:36

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

^ Perhaps, perhaps. It might be the drugs and alcohol replacing food and sleep. Tough call. No, definitely the wallpaper. I don't think it's the theme though, that looks pretty tight.

DuSGtFit.png

-edit- Wallpaper tweak.

exJ1vTJt.png

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#75 2021-02-20 01:43:07

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Re: February 2021 Screenshots

hhh wrote:

^ Perhaps, perhaps. It might be the drugs and alcohol replacing food and sleep. Tough call. No, definitely the wallpaper. I don't think it's the theme though, that looks pretty tight.

https://imgur.com/DuSGtFit.png

-edit- Wallpaper tweak.

https://imgur.com/exJ1vTJt.png

That looks pretty trippy!


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