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#151 2019-07-03 23:49:32

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

@ macondo: Thanks had to try inxi out with your input! cool

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My July screenie! CROWZ 4.19 Ceres.

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#152 2019-07-04 08:27:30

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Freshly installed Devuan Beowulf LXQt via debootstrap. smile

LXQt core installed (without recommends) to avoid pulling in pulseaudio.
Installed alsa-utils and volumeicon-alsa for sound and volume control; removed the native volume icon from the panel and am autostarting volumeicon on the panel for volume control.
QMMP music player to keep things Qt and light.
First time trying the Falkon browser...seems okay for now.

Still have to get things set up like I want.

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#153 2019-07-04 18:27:55

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#154 2019-07-07 06:37:45

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

CROWZ Openbox with live-sdk build system, replacing live-build. Upgraded nicely to Beowulf and functions quite well almost perfectly!

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PMRP: CLI version w/out gui
xfce4-terminal
Neofetch
URxvt: Terminal

cheers

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#155 2019-07-07 13:51:06

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Nice work zephyr, classic dark styling just looks great. Nice comprehensive conky too.

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#156 2019-07-08 01:09:00

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Panopticon wrote: Nice work zephyr, classic dark styling just looks great. Nice comprehensive conky too.

Thanks!  Dark themes are great looking, also good for eye strain looking at a desktop for a while. Normally don't use wallpaper but posting a scrot is a little different. smile

The conky is something I like to play around with, was curious if it would pick up all 16 cores of a Ryzen 2700X which it does. Surprised!

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#157 2019-07-31 13:49:13

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Fluxbox after long time in Openbox. A bit of colorfull, i was just playing with colors.
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OS: FreeBSD // CWM & Devuan // Fluxbox (lean & mean).
I only play 96kHz Hi-Res audio WAV or FLAC via DAC player.
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#158 2019-08-01 05:10:22

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Nili wrote: Fluxbox after long time in Openbox. A bit of colorfull, i was just playing with colors.

Thanks for the link! cool

Awesome screenie too, love Fluxbox!


This link for Fluxbox styles has been around for quite a while, has been a great source for styles. Please disregard if this is old news for you! smile 

https://tenr.de/styles/


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URxvt terminal: tree
                       neofetch
DeaDBeeF

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#159 2019-08-01 06:48:32

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

zephyr wrote:

Thanks for the link! cool

Awesome screenie too, love Fluxbox!


This link for Fluxbox styles has been around for quite a while, has been a great source for styles. Please disregard if this is old news for you! smile 

https://tenr.de/styles/

zephyr

Y/w zephyr, I started to love Fluxbox with all my modest potential. I've been a while with Openbox that is greatest stack WM, but Fluxbox to me seems a bit more potential, more features, more lighter on resources, more lighter on actions. So why should i miss this opportunity to use it both in parallel?

Thanks for the link aswell, no isn't new i have seen before, but been looking for it since a few days without finding anywhere. I was wasting my time mostly @ box-look not too pleased. tenr.de looks a completed ones. Very professional, i can use their themes for my enjoyment frequently.

Thanks for your feedback and congrat for your warehouse of distros. We share a lot in common. smile
Best Regards!


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I only play 96kHz Hi-Res audio WAV or FLAC via DAC player.
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#160 2019-08-01 09:12:05

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Nili wrote: 
I started to love Fluxbox with all my modest potential. I've been a while with Openbox that is greatest stack WM, but Fluxbox to me seems a bit more potential, more features, lighter on resources, lighter on actions. So why should i miss this opportunity to use it both in parallel?

Fluxbox and Openbox both came from Blackbox from what I understand, similarities are quite noticeable but distinctively different.    Fluxbox is a bit faster and easier on resources, VSIDO was my first real encounter and really most sophisticated of the lot. CROWZ like Star is very minimalistic and simple, making it so everything just works OOTB without the bloat. 

The fluxmenu gui can be a little tricky not to delete entries if trying to correct an entry. Very close gui to the obmenu and a tad different.

The init file can be easily corrupted, careful with modifying it, learned the hard way but good to back it up just in case. CROWZ use tint2 instead of fbpanel, gives it a little different look and behavior. The init file in /home/user/.fluxbox is the heart of the Fluxbox wm and much tweaking can be done there. 

Cheers and thanks so much for the kind compliments! smile

zephyr

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#161 2019-08-01 17:52:54

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Nili wrote:

Fluxbox after long time in Openbox. A bit of colorfull

Very nice. As always! Keep a good work!

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#162 2019-08-02 17:02:39

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

@zephyr thanks for your review to both WM's. I'm a bit aware of history of those. I know Openbox since #!. I'm not denying that I didn't know enough about Fluxbox, but looking at PackRat's scrots intrigued me a lot about Fluxbox.

Always wanted to do something for Flux, but in the end I was never satisfied. And so back to Openbox. Currently i took it more seriously so now I'm with both feets on Fluxbox.

I also have used a lot tile like spectrwm or herbstluftwm. I had so much fun tinkering those two aswell. Those are the lighter ones after dwm.

Agree Fluxbox is more easy than complex xml of Openbox, However, I had used to adjust xml of Openbox very easy with a simple text editor or nano. Yeah, Fluxbox is a lot more easy to config, each setting is separated as a text so it's just fine.

I love tweaking the menu, i just did a simple ones right now (see below), haven't had any issue till now, i always backup before i start tweaking in case anything stall.

Also i love to play with init, i find it very simple even on this one hadn't any concern so far, maybe because i'm not doing anything crazy but i like to explore with init's of others just to check what can i do.

I don't like to use other toolbars on Fluxbox, if i want to check or use toolbars, i'll go for Tint2+Openbox or PekWM+fbpanel or other couples
I like to have Fluxbox raw in his way.

Y\W and thanks so much for your advice smile

@Ogis1975 Thanks bro smile

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Just some other tweaks, early i used only top rounded, Now top and bottom seems better roundcorners.

menu.roundCorners:  TopRight TopLeft BottomRight BottomLeft

Also i like having pseudoTtansparency active, so i have those fake transparent on title bar or rootmenu.

session.forcePseudoTransparency:	true

Apps used: rxvt-unicode+tmux, feh, deadbeef. I use a few xero's codes, he's really some kind of genius.

Best regards!


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I only play 96kHz Hi-Res audio WAV or FLAC via DAC player.
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#163 2019-09-04 20:08:14

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Checking out postimg ...
My desktop...
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and pondering this, for mini-i2p-mimo...
desk2.jpg
smile


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#164 2019-09-21 05:15:35

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

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Edit: Currently, tiny tweaks.

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Background

Last edited by Nili (2019-09-27 14:56:04)


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#165 2019-10-03 10:23:31

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Nice screenie everyone!

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CROWZ Ob Beowulf
Urxvt terminal
neofetch
Pithos

@ Nili, very nice simple icons, Simply-Black-Circles! Thanks cool


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#166 2019-10-04 14:21:31

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

zephyr wrote:

@ Nili, very nice simple icons, Simply-Black-Circles! Thanks cool

cheers

zephyr

Thank you zephyr, Indeed Simply-Black-Circles are my current icons packages. I use this icons package because they're just plain & simple.
There was a glitch issue for Devuan, the author made the fix possible so i can enjoy this package on Devuan.

I luv it!


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I only play 96kHz Hi-Res audio WAV or FLAC via DAC player.
Chuck Norris doesn't approve systemd.

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#167 2019-10-04 19:17:56

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Nili wrote:
There was a glitch issue for Devuan, the author made the fix possible so i can enjoy this package on Devuan.

Thank you, downloaded and making changes. I appreciate the tip! smile


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#168 2019-10-23 06:31:19

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Fresh install of Miyo-Rolling (Ceres). Updated and upgraded almost 700 packages with no problems other than having to hold one package (qttranslations or something like that). tongue

Replaced obmenu-generator with a manually generated menu that uses openbox-menu to provide the dynamic applications menu.

Screenshot is Openbox with...

cmus music player running in Tilda (I have Tilda set to open cmus automatically)
C.A.V.A. music virtualizer running in xterm
Conky
Tint2

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Last edited by MiyoLinux (2019-10-23 08:06:23)


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#169 2019-10-24 22:07:35

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

And ~ your including ALL that music yikes !!
Thanks..going to download now!!  tongue


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#170 2019-10-25 10:14:45

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

stanz wrote:

And ~ your including ALL that music yikes !!
Thanks..going to download now!!  tongue

LOLOLOL!!!

Sorry to say this, but those Miyo-Rolling-Music .isos are only available by invitation only. Users must agree to play Nightwish: Ghost Love Score (Official Live) continuously during all waking hours, and they must agree to play it loud enough until their neighbors complain, and they must continue playing it despite the complaints until their neighbors relent and surrender to the Nightwishiness.  tongue


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#171 2019-10-26 22:05:39

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

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So far..I got a few done...but ~
Users must agree to play Nightwish...Done!
...all waking hours... Done!
...they must agree to play it loud enough...Done!
...until their neighbors complain... Day 3, and still no complaints yikes

Can we negotiate a tad?  smile


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#172 2019-10-28 15:02:44

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Devuan | Fluxbox
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#173 2019-11-02 12:24:39

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

^ Cool screenies! cool

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Old Dell 5050N, still going...my coffee table workhorse! smile

CROWZ 5.3.0 Openbox x64

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#174 2019-11-04 14:18:57

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

Thanks zephyr, Devuan > Fluxbox powered. Well done on your projects smile


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#175 2019-11-08 04:20:38

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Re: Show your desktop (rebooted)

^ Thank you, Nili! Like to see what people do with their desktops! Like your desktops, it reminds me of a few places I've been to! cool

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