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#201 2013-07-17 14:31:22

ew
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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

DebianJoe wrote:

Just take your mouse and tap it a few times....it'll get bigger.   angel

lol


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#202 2013-07-17 14:40:45

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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

ew wrote:
DebianJoe wrote:

Just take your mouse and tap it a few times....it'll get bigger.   angel

lol

and I raise you one:  lol  lol


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#203 2013-07-17 16:19:24

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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

sqlpython wrote:

Gee, Vastone that is really a small SCROT..
dgz has a bigger one..  neutral

imgbox has a thumbnail size option.

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#204 2013-07-17 17:13:58

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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

^ Is it a difficult process or is not clearly shown?  So many people who use imgbox seem to miss it


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#205 2013-07-17 18:46:18

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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

sqlpython wrote:

@packrat very tidy tint and conky ..  wink  wink

thanks, no tint2, that is all fvwm.


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#206 2013-07-17 18:47:21

VastOne
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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

VSIDO, FluxBox, 3.9-10 Liquorix Kernel

screenshot-07172013-014539pm.php


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#207 2013-07-17 19:04:03

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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

@VastOne
cool  updating my systems now!

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#208 2013-07-17 23:59:53

Sector11
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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

PackRat wrote:
rkwurth wrote:

Question for fluxbox users- How do you handle not having an Alt-Tab popup dialog? I just can't deal, but otherwise seems like a cool wm.

On topic-
http://s21.postimg.org/p8tqu50qr/2013_07_11_165607_1366x768_scrot.jpg

If you have wmctrl and zenity installed you can try this:

wmctrl -ia `wmctrl -l | cut -d' ' -f1,4- | zenity --list --column Window | cut -d' ' -f1`

map it to a key binding - either directly or in a script and it will show a popup dialog; downside is that it shows all open apps, not desktop specific like the WorkspaceMenu that pops up with mouse button 2 on the desktop:

http://s23.postimg.org/xivh621kn/July_1373683395_1366x768.jpg

There is also a program called superswitcher which I have never used.

Replaced zenity with yad ....

17 Jul 13 | 20:51:08 ~
    $ show yad
Package: yad                             
New: yes
State: installed
Automatically installed: no
Version: 0.12.4-1~stable1
Priority: extra
Section: x11
Maintainer: Slavko <linux@slavino.sk>
Architecture: amd64
Uncompressed Size: 283 k
Depends: libatk1.0-0 (>= 1.29.3), libc6 (>= 2.7), libcairo2 (>= 1.2.4), libfontconfig1 (>= 2.8.0), libfreetype6 (>=
         2.2.1), libglib2.0-0 (>= 2.24.0), libgtk2.0-0 (>= 2.16.0), libpango1.0-0 (>= 1.14.0)
Description: Yet Another Dialog - dialogs for shell
Yad (yet another dialog) is a fork of Zenity with many improvements, such as custom buttons, additional dialogs,
pop-up menu in notification icon and more.

There were two main reasons to make this fork. The first one is to remove dependencies on deprecated libraries, such
as libglade and gnome-canvas. And the second one - as for me, Zenity looks like an abandoned project. Its ChangeLog
consists of just "bump version to..." and "translation updated" for the long time, but many interesting ideas which
are ignored by developers/maintainers were in GNOME Bugzilla.
Homepage: http://code.google.com/p/yad/


17 Jul 13 | 20:51:14 ~
    $

works just as well:
2013_07_17_20_57_11_1920x1080_Sector11.jpg


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#209 2013-07-18 00:46:54

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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

rkwurth wrote:

Question for fluxbox users- How do you handle not having an Alt-Tab popup dialog? I just can't deal, but otherwise seems like a cool wm.

TBH, after 'needing' the popup dialogue for so many years, I have found I do not miss it at all since switching to FluxBox


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#210 2013-07-18 02:27:41

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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

VSIDO, FluxBox, 3.9-10 Liquorix Kernel

  @VastOne............. WoW!  cool  cool
That is just......
I am now downloading and VSIDO 64bit and Registering on the Site forum..
How did I miss the #! Banter and Threads on this One!
I can see this replacing my Siduction.. (although I did just finish making an OpenBox Siduction)

    Has anyone else here taken the time to VSIDO ? 
Did I say WoW!


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#211 2013-07-18 02:32:48

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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

^ Thanks sqlpython, I look forward to seeing you there

BTW, it does have OpenBox, FluxBox and Xfce 4.10


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#212 2013-07-18 02:33:38

sqlpython
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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

dgz wrote:

imgbox has a thumbnail size option.

Just joking dgz... Just joking   wink


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#213 2013-07-18 02:43:58

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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

^^ @VastOne...
Yes, I have read "Why VSIDO"
Where did you find the tijme?.. But don't answer here I will post via VSIDO..


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#214 2013-07-18 05:07:10

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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

sqlpython wrote:

VSIDO, FluxBox, 3.9-10 Liquorix Kernel

  @VastOne............. WoW!  cool  cool
That is just......
I am now downloading and VSIDO 64bit and Registering on the Site forum..
How did I miss the #! Banter and Threads on this One!
I can see this replacing my Siduction.. (although I did just finish making an OpenBox Siduction)

    Has anyone else here taken the time to VSIDO ? 
Did I say WoW!

Wow!  It is great to have you aboard sqlpython!  I've followed and learned a lot from you lurking in the shadows here!  I've been 'testing' for VastOne since last September.  It is a very solid distro and just keeps getting better.  Sid is seriously underrated in the Linux (sic Debian) community as far as I'm concerned.

So to answer your question, YES, there are several of us here taking the VSIDO ride!  It has been thrilling and rewarding to say the least!  How VastOne is able to dedicate so much time to this, and then pull it off with such a stunning distro is IMO the stuff of legend!

It'll be nice to see you "over there"!!!   big_smile


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#215 2013-07-18 08:29:25

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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

sqlpython wrote:

  @VastOne............. WoW!  cool  cool
That is just......
I am now downloading and VSIDO 64bit and Registering on the Site forum..
How did I miss the #! Banter and Threads on this One!
I can see this replacing my Siduction.. (although I did just finish making an OpenBox Siduction)

    Has anyone else here taken the time to VSIDO ? 
Did I say WoW!

OH YEAH! Theres a few of us VSIDO users in here big_smile
Glad you found us buddy. Hope you enjoy the ride as much as I have.

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#216 2013-07-18 13:26:14

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From: Tokyo, Japan
Registered: 2010-12-07
Posts: 229

Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

Guys, this is not my set-up but it looks so nice you have to see it!

It comes from a post on pixelfu*ers.org . I think it looks fantastic.

2013_07_16.png

I need to track down that Arch user so he can tell me everything about his set-up! (although he gave already quite a lot of info away)..


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#217 2013-07-18 13:50:29

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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

2013_07_18_163516_1920x1080_scrot.jpg

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#218 2013-07-18 14:41:18

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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

kiiroitori wrote:

Guys, this is not my set-up but it looks so nice you have to see it!

It comes from a post on pixelfu*ers.org . I think it looks fantastic.

http://s15.postimg.org/5uv621j07/2013_07_16.png

I need to track down that Arch user so he can tell me everything about his set-up! (although he gave already quite a lot of info away)..

I remember that Emerald win-decor theme which inspired this (flowerTree). I prefer the original, though I suppose he couldn't replicate that in GTK3. Also not a fan of the font rendering. The 'soft tops' bug me. I know you can do better with infinality.

Other than that, it's probably one of the nicest Gnome3 scrots I've seen. The use of varying drop-shadow weight to differentiate between active and inactive apps is a classy touch.  Full props to the creator.

Btw, if you do manage to track him down, be sure to give him a shout-out for that "DJ Sprinkles - Midtown 120 Blues" avatar he's using at the pixelf*ckers site.

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#219 2013-07-18 17:33:13

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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

@eren  .. Cool, Brings a tear of Nostalgia to my eye ..8-bit

On a train of 0000 1100 0101 0000
Locomotives of Z-80, 6510 & 6502
At a Mhz of speed and 16k
We ride and ride the 8-bit line

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#220 2013-07-18 17:43:25

sqlpython
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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

@lwfitz & @jed
Yes, good to see you guys there as well.
Running the Burned ISO last night a solid SID.. Unless that is an Oxymoron   lol
Posted a couple...

Here is my OpenBox Siduction SCROT
Here is my OpenBox Siduction SCROT

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/173 … 182013.png

Last edited by sqlpython (2013-07-18 17:49:31)


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#221 2013-07-18 21:16:45

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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

^^ ^ Cool.. noted

Meanwhile, while I am preparing an install of VsidO Time/Space..

A  Diversion from the Debian World
Sabayon 13.04/Gentoo

One of my Biz-Notebook Themes
Xfce + Cairo
Sabayon Biz Notebook

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/173 … eBook5.png

Last edited by sqlpython (2013-07-23 01:56:59)


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#222 2013-07-18 23:33:54

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From: Tokyo, Japan
Registered: 2010-12-07
Posts: 229

Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

gutterslob wrote:

I remember that Emerald win-decor theme which inspired this (flowerTree). I prefer the original, though I suppose he couldn't replicate that in GTK3. Also not a fan of the font rendering. The 'soft tops' bug me. I know you can do better with infinality.

Other than that, it's probably one of the nicest Gnome3 scrots I've seen. The use of varying drop-shadow weight to differentiate between active and inactive apps is a classy touch.  Full props to the creator.

Btw, if you do manage to track him down, be sure to give him a shout-out for that "DJ Sprinkles - Midtown 120 Blues" avatar he's using at the pixelf*ckers site.

I didn't know about the flowerTree theme, thanks for the info and the fair criticism gutterslob!

I think too this is not perfect but I love how it comes together. I am in between Flatstudio and Sivaflat at the moment, so I guess I am a sucker for flat themes.

Ah, about DJ Sprinkles, will do!  smile


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#223 2013-07-19 04:00:37

sqlpython
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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

The Minions come to......
OpenBox on Slackware 14
Conky 1 line and FBpanel this time instead of tint2

SlackOB

SlackOB


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#224 2013-07-19 17:18:47

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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

Screenshot_from_2013_07_19_13_12_59.jpg

Still playing with Gnome 3. Had to install a trunk build of gtk3-engines-unico to get the theme to sort of work. Up next is changing the titlebar fonts to be a bit smaller.


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#225 2013-07-19 19:34:35

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Re: July 2013 Screenshot Thread

SlimPup 3.8
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