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#26 2019-02-06 03:39:31

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

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#27 2019-02-06 06:23:59

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

PackRat wrote:

using jgmenu to set up bookmarks for surf browser

https://cdn.scrot.moe/images/2019/02/05/scrot-surf_02.th.png

our forum has such a sexy theme?
or did you make that yourself?

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#28 2019-02-06 10:53:31

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

ohnonot wrote:
PackRat wrote:

using jgmenu to set up bookmarks for surf browser

https://cdn.scrot.moe/images/2019/02/05/scrot-surf_02.th.png

our forum has such a sexy theme?
or did you make that yourself?

That is the ArchLabs forum.


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#29 2019-02-06 18:23:08

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

^ ok, thanks.

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#30 2019-02-06 22:48:21

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

It's a sin
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#31 2019-02-07 10:33:09

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

PackRat wrote:
ohnonot wrote:
PackRat wrote:

using jgmenu to set up bookmarks for surf browser

https://cdn.scrot.moe/images/2019/02/05/scrot-surf_02.th.png

our forum has such a sexy theme?
or did you make that yourself?

That is the ArchLabs forum.

@twoion has enough on his plate without tiny colored icons. @Dobbie, I am jealous though.

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#32 2019-02-07 10:36:38

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

I love Lithium, I mean I really love it and am using it the majority of my time recently, but I want connectivity systray icons for my phone, for both wireless and USB. KDE Connect and KDE Transfer on Buster to the rescue.

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I guess I should figure out how to enable that/those daemon(s) in an Openbox session. Hmm.

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#33 2019-02-07 11:59:12

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

hhh wrote:

I guess I should figure out how to enable that/those daemon(s) in an Openbox session. Hmm.

KDE Connect with an indicator applet running in a lithium Openbox session. I don't want to mention what awful PPA I had to use, or how messy the install was, or how guilty happy I am with the result. We're not gonna talk about Judy at all.

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#34 2019-02-07 14:22:54

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

Some ideas for Lithium....

Since the lithium flame colour is red, I reckon that we could move away from the Beam colours used previously? (Or does it look too much like ubuntu ops ?)

scrot-busy.th.jpgscrot-clean.th.jpg

I made a slight mod to the Classic.conkyrc, and tweaked the tint2rc colours;

The gtk theme follows on from @hhh's enthusiasm for the Maia-Dark-BL meta-theme - I used Ultimate-Dark-Orange, and added an OB theme to match.

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#35 2019-02-07 15:21:49

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

damo wrote:

Some ideas for Lithium....
Since the lithium flame colour is red, I reckon that we could move away from the Beam colours used previously? (Or does it look too much like ubuntu ops ?)

Yes, a bit too Ubuntu-ish.

Lithium flame and minerals are more towards the pink/magenta/crimson end of red - lithium chloride  if you're looking to change the color scheme.

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#36 2019-02-07 15:25:41

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

^ Lithium chloride colour spectrum looks similar to cinnabar....

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#37 2019-02-07 16:27:54

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

Trying out creating an animated gif to show off the tint2 theme i created. Let me know if it is crap or doesnt play. It is only under 400 kb.

https://scrot.moe/image/acvT6

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#38 2019-02-07 16:28:01

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

PackRat wrote:

...

Lithium flame and minerals are more towards the pink/magenta end of red - lithium chloride  if you're looking to change the color scheme.

Actually the main lithium emission line is towards the red end of the red spectrum (670nm, #FF0000), but it often appears more muted or pinker as your link suggests.


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#39 2019-02-07 20:43:04

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

PackRat wrote:
damo wrote:

Some ideas for Lithium....
Since the lithium flame colour is red, I reckon that we could move away from the Beam colours used previously? (Or does it look too much like ubuntu ops ?)

Yes, a bit too Ubuntu-ish.
...

Is this more/less appealing?

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#40 2019-02-07 21:51:52

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

^ More, IMO.
Some nice shades in there, and it's unique. I'm not aware of any other distros that use a red color palette as default.

back on topic -

custom jgmenu with applications and bookmarks, fluxbox window manager:

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#41 2019-02-08 04:17:56

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

PackRat wrote:

^ More, IMO.
Some nice shades in there, and it's unique. I'm not aware of any other distros that use a red color palette as default.

+1


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#42 2019-02-08 05:47:58

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

hhh wrote:
PackRat wrote:
ohnonot wrote:

our forum has such a sexy theme?
or did you make that yourself?

That is the ArchLabs forum.

@twoion has enough on his plate without tiny colored icons. @Dobbie, I am jealous though.

Discourse makes it easy big_smile


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#43 2019-02-08 06:06:14

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

damo wrote:
PackRat wrote:

Lithium flame and minerals are more towards the pink/magenta end of red - lithium chloride  if you're looking to change the color scheme.

Actually the main lithium emission line is towards the red end of the red spectrum (670nm, #FF0000), but it often appears more muted or pinker as your link suggests.

The Lithium colour seems to come out as pure red, which isn't strong on sublety. The more washed-out pink in PackRat's link appeals more to me - maybe also use some blue from that bunsen flame?


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#44 2019-02-08 07:26:12

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

PackRat wrote:

^ More, IMO.
Some nice shades in there, and it's unique. I'm not aware of any other distros that use a red color palette as default.

debian? big_smile

anyhow, i like it.
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S7.L wrote:

Trying out creating an animated gif to show off the tint2 theme i created. Let me know if it is crap or doesnt play. It is only under 400 kb.
https://scrot.moe/image/acvT6

well done (no dithering)!
it plays well, but the mouse pointer isn't included and i have difficulty understanding what you're showing us.

also that mask in the center is scary. i see teenagers wearing it on their hoodies all the time, what is it?

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#45 2019-02-08 10:40:10

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

^ The Debian logo is red, their wallpapers and themes always seem to be a shade of blue-green. Never known them to issue a red-black theme as default.


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#46 2019-02-08 12:41:28

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

Made the tint2 taskbars similar to polybars, have select programs attributed to them through openbox rc.xml.
I didnt think obconf and or rc.xml would show font awesome unicode glyphs in the taskbar but it does so there you go.

Also configured a modifified htop to run in the background, i was using glances but that is a memory hog.

2019-02-08--1549629412_1366x768_scrot.th.png

    <number>4</number>
    <firstdesk>1</firstdesk>
    <names>
    <name>   </name>
    <name>  </name>
    <name>   </name>
    <name>   </name>
    </names>

Edit: Modified tint2 a bit more with gradients ..

2019-02-09--1549634940_1366x768_scrot.th.png

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#47 2019-02-08 17:44:44

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

johnraff wrote:
PackRat wrote:

^ More, IMO.
Some nice shades in there, and it's unique. I'm not aware of any other distros that use a red color palette as default.

+1

Well, Debian did in the beginning! big_smile

https://www.debian.org/logos/

Let's not forget Sidux, either...

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#48 2019-02-08 20:21:10

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

PackRat wrote:

^ The Debian logo is red, their wallpapers and themes always seem to be a shade of blue-green. Never known them to issue a red-black theme as default.

not red-black maybe. but the same red that's in the swirl was the highlight color for many, many GTK theme variants. maybe before your time.

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#49 2019-02-09 03:45:44

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

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#50 2019-02-09 04:09:03

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Re: February 2019 Screenshot Thread

Clicking around
scrot23264.th.png

Gradient experiment (http://angrytools.com/gradient/)

<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" width="1920px" height="1200px" >

<defs> 
<linearGradient id="lgrad" x1="50%" y1="100%" x2="50%" y2="0%" > 
<stop offset="0%" style="stop-color:rgb(37,39,168);stop-opacity:1" />
<stop offset="32%" style="stop-color:rgb(37,39,168);stop-opacity:1" />
<stop offset="74%" style="stop-color:rgb(143,31,96);stop-opacity:1" />
<stop offset="100%" style="stop-color:rgb(194,43,75);stop-opacity:1" />
</linearGradient> 
</defs>
<rect x="0" y="0" width="100%" height="100%" fill="url(#lgrad)"/>
</svg>

^save as something.svg

<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" width="1920px" height="1200px" >

<defs> 
<linearGradient id="lgrad" x1="50%" y1="0%" x2="50%" y2="100%" > 
<stop offset="0%" style="stop-color:rgb(37,39,168);stop-opacity:1" />
<stop offset="32%" style="stop-color:rgb(37,39,168);stop-opacity:1" />
<stop offset="74%" style="stop-color:rgb(143,31,96);stop-opacity:1" />
<stop offset="100%" style="stop-color:rgb(194,43,75);stop-opacity:1" />
</linearGradient> 
</defs>
<rect x="0" y="0" width="100%" height="100%" fill="url(#lgrad)"/>
</svg>

^save as somethingReversed.svg

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