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#26 2016-10-04 03:48:57

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

Just got off my Idaho 2016 flyfishing trip with my little brother.  I'm working to get BSPWM integrated with macOS Sierra.  Wallpaper taken on my trip.

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#27 2016-10-04 07:44:46

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

@ututo: Great. p.s. & The handcrafted look of the flame is also way better than the old one imho.

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#28 2016-10-04 08:15:47

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

ututo wrote:

I fell in love with Opera Browser. faster than Firefox

It's just a Chromium/Blink skin at this point.

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#29 2016-10-04 13:32:45

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

The latest tint2 build, using separators and the "aurora" gradient panel background:
https://forums.bunsenlabs.org/viewtopic … 213#p38213
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#30 2016-10-04 15:07:31

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

Tired of minimal desktops; I want a big ass conky
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#31 2016-10-04 16:30:10

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

Here is a transparent gradient to achieve a glow effect:

gradient = vertical
start_color = #ffffff 20
end_color = #111111 20
color_stop = 30 #aaaaaa 20

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#32 2016-10-04 19:05:12

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

^ looks good. You have a link for the wall?

fluxbox + debian sid

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#33 2016-10-04 19:15:37

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

brontosaurusrex wrote:

@ututo: Great. p.s. & The handcrafted look of the flame is also way better than the old one imho.

Thanks, bronto! I totally agree. I like it more than the previous one. It's made from hundreds of pieces of the Debian Swirl Logo

earlybird wrote:

It's just a Chromium/Blink skin at this point.

Hi, Twoion! I've been using Firefox/Iceweasel since CB10, but never chromium. The last time I tried Opera had poor performance. But now it feels light. It comes with a build-in ad blocker and even you can enable VPN via settings, among other things...

damo wrote:

The latest tint2 build, using separators and the "aurora" gradient panel background

*heavy breathing


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#34 2016-10-04 20:11:32

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

PackRat wrote:

^ looks good. You have a link for the wall?

Sure: http://www.desktopimages.org/wallpaper/ … ramid-lake

ututo wrote:

*heavy breathing

Is that good heavy breathing as in I'm so excited I'm hyperventilating or bad heavy breathing as in tint2 is so bloated my computer's screws are popping out?

If you don't add any gradients to the config, performance should be the same as before (no gradients drawn). And if you do, I'd be surprised to hear that it makes rendering noticeably slower. Windows 98 had gradients and the computers could handle them just fine.

Anyways, I'll add some code this weekend to measure rendering performance and see what's the impact. I'll test on an old system with CPU rated at about 200 on cpubenchmark.net, I think that's slow enough smile

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#35 2016-10-04 21:13:02

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

@o9000 I meant 'good heavy breathing' because I love to hear that tint2 is getting new features. I spend a lot of time configuring it. I'm running v 0.12.12 from backports right now. I like its simplicity and versatility. Great work! Keep it up!


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#36 2016-10-04 22:06:22

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

Bunsenlabs / lxde on 15" laptop
(thanks to Head_on_a_Stick for cp command to make openbox work in lxde)

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#37 2016-10-05 05:44:10

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

ututo wrote:

I fell in love with Opera Browser. faster than Firefox

https://cdn.scrot.moe/images/2016/10/04/2016-10-03-224249_1920x1080_scrot.th.png

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fonts: PragmataPro and Font Awesome

I don't know about that, I have tweaked my Firefox and so far it feels much snappier than Opera.


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#38 2016-10-05 20:55:30

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

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Note to self: fix volume icon roll

Also, why does NetworkManager show an ethernet symbol for my wireless connection if I set it up through /etc/network/interfaces?

EDIT: Ha! Check the number of packages...  cool

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#39 2016-10-06 05:29:58

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

i hope you're not offended, but for a german speaker dutch really sounds funny sometimes...
is "Prullenbak" really the official name for the trash can?
lol

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#40 2016-10-06 05:33:48

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

o9000 wrote:

Is that good heavy breathing as in...

...unixporn?


If you don't add any gradients to the config, performance should be the same as before (no gradients drawn). And if you do, I'd be surprised to hear that it makes rendering noticeably slower. Windows 98 had gradients and the computers could handle them just fine.

Anyways, I'll add some code this weekend to measure rendering performance and see what's the impact. I'll test on an old system with CPU rated at about 200 on cpubenchmark.net, I think that's slow enough smile

i was going to ask about this, so awaiting the results.
i understand that tint2 is designed so that if i don't use a feature, it does not use any resources? but since it is a single binary, any added feature means a larger binary to load into memory, no?

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#41 2016-10-06 07:48:52

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

ohnonot wrote:

heavy breathing

There's also https://youtu.be/WBUp12337k0

ohnonot wrote:

i understand that tint2 is designed so that if i don't use a feature, it does not use any resources? but since it is a single binary, any added feature means a larger binary to load into memory, no?

True, but in this case, tint2 uses the Cairo library for rendering. Since that one supports both solid color fills and gradient fills, you get the gradient rendering code even in the old tint2 that doesn't use gradients, whether you want it or not. The extra tint2 code that just calls the Cairo code is pretty tiny.

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#42 2016-10-06 09:48:11

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

ohnonot wrote:

i hope you're not offended, but for a german speaker dutch really sounds funny sometimes...
is "Prullenbak" really the official name for the trash can?
lol

Yes, it is. German is just a meaner sounding Dutch, to me devil


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#43 2016-10-06 10:52:18

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

ohnonot wrote:

i hope you're not offended, but for a german speaker dutch really sounds funny sometimes...
is "Prullenbak" really the official name for the trash can?
lol

No no not offended at all, if you would hear me speak in dialect you would fall from your chair from laughing probably big_smile



Unia wrote:
ohnonot wrote:

i hope you're not offended, but for a german speaker dutch really sounds funny sometimes...
is "Prullenbak" really the official name for the trash can?
lol

Yes, it is. German is just a meaner sounding Dutch, to me devil

lol yeah that is also a way to describe it.

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#44 2016-10-06 12:35:15

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

Zargando wrote:
ohnonot wrote:

i hope you're not offended, but for a german speaker dutch really sounds funny sometimes...
is "Prullenbak" really the official name for the trash can?
lol

No no not offended at all, if you would hear me speak in dialect you would fall from your chair from laughing probably big_smile



Unia wrote:
ohnonot wrote:

i hope you're not offended, but for a german speaker dutch really sounds funny sometimes...
is "Prullenbak" really the official name for the trash can?
lol

Yes, it is. German is just a meaner sounding Dutch, to me devil

lol yeah that is also a way to describe it.

As an English person, even I laugh a little when I see the very rarely used British term for the Trash on a computer - "Wastebasket". The last time I saw it was on Mac OS 8.1 IIRC lol I guess it's not considered worth the "translation" to British English any more. tongue


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#45 2016-10-06 14:52:13

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

photonucleon wrote:

...
As an English person, even I laugh a little when I see the very rarely used British term for the Trash on a computer - "Wastebasket". The last time I saw it was on Mac OS 8.1 IIRC lol I guess it's not considered worth the "translation" to British English any more. tongue

It's still here, along with "Rubbish Bin!...
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#46 2016-10-06 16:27:05

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

Nili wrote:

Please use thumbnails

Thumb?  What thumb - all I heard was nails!
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#47 2016-10-06 21:48:34

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

Tint2 from github/master, using a vertical gradient, and separators;
Conky 1.10;
Background from BL on DeviantArt;
OB/GTK is FlatSlate;
Heavily modified BL menu.xml and pipemenus wink

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#48 2016-10-08 11:00:05

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

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Here's my little setup, if you're interested you can checkout my dotfiles over at Github.

Have fun !

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#49 2016-10-08 14:59:41

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

Arch [testing] running bspwm with xfce4-panel (+ xfsettingsd for configuration):

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Arch now has steam-native-runtime in the official repositories so it should run better than on Ubuntu smile


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#50 2016-10-08 17:16:03

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Re: October 2016 Screenshots

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New sidbox ISO available for testing!
https://sourceforge.net/projects/sidbox


arc openboxtheme
arc gtk
arc icons
sublime text updated
Debian Sid updated

Enjoy!
All feedback welcome.

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