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#26 2019-12-06 06:52:57

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

cog wrote:

@Brex their IDE has been getting popular.  Any good?

Would have to do a script or two before any judgement. I do like the way gui looks and they save and preserve text in unnamed tabs (similar to sublime). p.s. I don't like any of the color themes provided, so I'd have to figure out how to change those.

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#27 2019-12-07 21:45:39

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

Nighthawks
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#28 2019-12-09 00:51:21

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

I love that wall and also the two parodies of it, especially the Ed Norton one that was an SNL bumper image...

https://i.imgur.com/VgnnIkL.jpg

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BXjj460CUAAo4YK.jpg

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#29 2019-12-09 02:50:31

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

Nice start to the month.

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#30 2019-12-09 05:46:11

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

Same old from me.

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#31 2019-12-09 07:10:32

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

hhh wrote:

I love that wall and also the two parodies of it, especially the Ed Norton one that was an SNL bumper image...

https://i.imgur.com/VgnnIkL.jpg

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BXjj460CUAAo4YK.jpg

Yeah, I really like Hopper.
Nighthawks has been one of the most meme-prone paintings in history.


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#32 2019-12-09 22:46:03

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

Blender Pro Theme
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#33 2019-12-10 04:55:05

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

keepin' er' simple

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#34 2019-12-11 06:01:01

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

I'm a sucker for the unsplash dailies..

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#35 2019-12-11 10:59:51

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

^ great color scheme cog, that wallpaper suits it well.

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#36 2019-12-11 19:17:52

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

Fvwm with some colours borrowed from yeti (thanks, pilgrim).

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#37 2019-12-11 22:36:43

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

After, having a good time, with the cousin sister of this distro, which by the way I liked it a lot, since I consider Archlinux a good distro, I mean Archlabs, especially because they have been inspired by it, I could say that it is almost the same as with another base, but after a while, I experienced many problems when updating the system, and many key problems, which by this time I am not to be a Taliban, so I have returned to my dear Ex Crunchbang, Bunsenlabs, and now that I am here I notice how everything is going smoothly and I feel at home again: D

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#38 2019-12-11 23:11:25

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

pBen3tDb.jpg

A little, experimental script to display images in urxvt/xterm.

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#39 2019-12-12 04:46:38

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

Panikuz wrote:

After, having a good time, with the cousin sister of this distro, which by the way I liked it a lot, since I consider Archlinux a good distro, I mean Archlabs, especially because they have been inspired by it, I could say that it is almost the same as with another base, but after a while, I experienced many problems when updating the system, and many key problems, which by this time I am not to be a Taliban, so I have returned to my dear Ex Crunchbang, Bunsenlabs, and now that I am here I notice how everything is going smoothly and I feel at home again: D

https://i.postimg.cc/GTDgPhDT/Captura-de-pantalla-2019-12-11-18-56-16.png

Hey Dude, feel free to share those issues with me.  Maybe they are something that we overlooked?

P.S.  I just hired my new admin lady who is from Chile.


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#40 2019-12-12 19:59:24

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

So far everything working out of the box.

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well done Team BL


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#41 2019-12-12 21:26:37

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

Dobbie03 wrote:
Panikuz wrote:

After, having a good time, with the cousin sister of this distro, which by the way I liked it a lot, since I consider Archlinux a good distro, I mean Archlabs, especially because they have been inspired by it, I could say that it is almost the same as with another base, but after a while, I experienced many problems when updating the system, and many key problems, which by this time I am not to be a Taliban, so I have returned to my dear Ex Crunchbang, Bunsenlabs, and now that I am here I notice how everything is going smoothly and I feel at home again: D

https://i.postimg.cc/GTDgPhDT/Captura-de-pantalla-2019-12-11-18-56-16.png

Hey Dude, feel free to share those issues with me.  Maybe they are something that we overlooked?

P.S.  I just hired my new admin lady who is from Chile.


Thank you friend, your help will always be welcome, and that of the entire archlab community, I have simply returned from the nostalgia and affection I have for Bunsenlabs, but I will not leave a good distro like AL at all, I can say that both are already some of my favorites, and they will still be present on my computer smile

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#42 2019-12-13 02:52:25

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

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couple pics from home a while back before it started snowing


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#43 2019-12-13 04:51:54

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

PackRat wrote:

So far everything working out of the box.

http://scrot.cloud/images/2019/12/12/bl_li_dev.th.png

well done Team BL

Thanks! @johnraff had a lot of IRL to deal with, but he made it all come together. All praise to John, he managed to coordinate a lot of different features being implemented all at once. Bravo, John! It's out now and it's got a lot of improvements.

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#44 2019-12-13 06:44:16

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

Praise isn't good for me.  ops

Anyway, lots of input from the team, and the community. Many places where I just plugged in someone else's creation.

...and it's not finished yet, still a lot of rough edges to file off before the "official" release.

But have to agree, it looks nice. Credit here due to our graphics people, @hhh, @damo, @bronto and @cog.

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#45 2019-12-13 09:18:46

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

Tired of dark themes. A bit of hope, a bit of light.

Started with base16-eighties-light as colorscheme and quickly moved to a monochrome blue palette.

GTK themes and icons are from @cog dARK and yeti scripts.

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#46 2019-12-13 09:56:14

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

johnraff wrote:

Anyway, lots of input from the team, and the community. Many places where I just plugged in someone else's creation.

...and it's not finished yet, still a lot of rough edges to file off before the "official" release.

But have to agree, it looks nice. Credit here due to our graphics people, @hhh, @damo, @bronto and @cog.

Thank you very much, johnraff. My full agreement.  smile

Maybe the graphics specialists can get the
Logout--Lock Screen--Suspend--Reboot--Power Off
View the dialog from the keyboard's viewpoint.
The selection focus is very difficult to distinguish. More or less color of the button would simplify it...

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#47 2019-12-13 12:35:44

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

unklar wrote:

Maybe the graphics specialists can get the
Logout--Lock Screen--Suspend--Reboot--Power Off
View the dialog from the keyboard's viewpoint.
The selection focus is very difficult to distinguish. More or less color of the button would simplify it...

Thank you all!   angel

It's a GTK3 theming problem that is going to be a pain to solve, I think.

The workaround is to use your Alt button to highlight/underline the shortcuts. Alt+l (or just Enter) to logout, Alt+o to Lock Screen, Alt+s to Suspend, Alt+b to Reboot (Alt+r is the default Resize Window shortcut for Openbox and some other window managers). Alt+p to Power Off. If you switch the bl-exit keybind from 'Mod4 + x' to 'Alt + x' it makes it all slightly easier.

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#48 2019-12-13 13:56:37

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

grey theme, dwm extrabar + conky lemonbar. Wttr.in for weather. Noto Sans fonts display really well with dwm imo.

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#49 2019-12-13 17:57:26

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

@bridouz, looks awesome!! did you only modify build.sh to produce light themes?

I’d really like to check out your configs if you still have them since I haven’t done much light theming with the scripts.

Last edited by cog (2019-12-13 18:01:09)


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#50 2019-12-13 19:18:37

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Re: December 2019 Screenshot Thread

cog wrote:

Did you only modify build.sh to produce light themes?

Yep, just tweaked colors. The only thing I changed is in dARK-Papirus. Renamed it to Papirus and added Papirus-Light.

So no real modifications beside some basic tweaks.

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