• Post Your Linux Desktop v.2
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[url="http://i.imgur.com/ExS0o.jpg"][img]http://i.imgur.com/ExS0ol.jpg[/img][/url] New Arch Install
[t]http://s2.navalrp.co.uk/owncloud/apps/files_sharing/get.php?token=04e9815c2285b17218e68b6a287211caf249bdfe[/t] [t]http://s2.navalrp.co.uk/owncloud/apps/files_sharing/get.php?token=afbffecd7d23b0e56099f998eccaa1646a35f47d[/t] Finally decided to deal with Conky's tranparency, and I like the look now, although I do have one problem - If I enable double buffer the desktop icons disappear, and disabled, it flickers when it refreshes. Anyone know what to do?
Mu Ubuntu 12.04 (Alpha 2) Desktop after login: [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/GJZx6.jpg[/IMG] WHY IS IT SHOWING WINDOWS 8 STUFF?
[QUOTE=T3hGamerDK;34801397]I have been looking through this thread for some time, and setups like this still intrigue me a LOT! First, nos217, what font do you use? I have seen you use it quite a few places, and I love (!!) it. Second, Voxxik, the buttom bar you have? How did you get that done?[/QUOTE] Interestingly, that font is the default one in URxvt, but I think it's very close to Terminus (which I highly recommend). I am currently using profont and it looks like this: [img]http://i.imgur.com/53GrK.png[/img] I think it looks better.
[QUOTE=nos217;34831293][t]http://i.imgur.com/53GrK.png[/t][/QUOTE] Russia called, they want their 1962 workstation terminal back.
[QUOTE=P320;34827507] WHY IS IT SHOWING WINDOWS 8 STUFF?[/QUOTE] Possibly the Windows stuff is still in your graphics cards framebuffer from the last boot?
[QUOTE=FlamingSpaz;34821436][t]http://s2.navalrp.co.uk/owncloud/apps/files_sharing/get.php?token=04e9815c2285b17218e68b6a287211caf249bdfe[/t] [t]http://s2.navalrp.co.uk/owncloud/apps/files_sharing/get.php?token=afbffecd7d23b0e56099f998eccaa1646a35f47d[/t] Finally decided to deal with Conky's tranparency, and I like the look now, although I do have one problem - If I enable double buffer the desktop icons disappear, and disabled, it flickers when it refreshes. Anyone know what to do?[/QUOTE] this color scheme is drop dead beautiful. I wish I had the motivation to make my arch install like this.
I am working for a project, and I need a stripped down port of webkit for linux. I want to use it to render webpages to image files. I can't afford having the large deps (GTK/qt) that the more popular webkit ports have. Anybody have any ideas?
[QUOTE=Boris-B;34843320]I am working for a project, and I need a stripped down port of webkit for linux. I want to use it to render webpages to image files. I can't afford having the large deps (GTK/qt) that the more popular webkit ports have. Anybody have any ideas?[/QUOTE] You could always strip down Chromium and extract webkit from it's source code. I'm being 100% serious, since that's the only open source webkit program I know of. I don't even know if it's possible to do, but an idea is an idea. :v:
If I'm going to strip down a browser I might as well just strip down webkitgtk or webkitqt
[QUOTE=Boris-B;34846633]If I'm going to strip down a browser I might as well just strip down webkitgtk or webkitqt[/QUOTE] Ah, I knew there had to be a simpler solution. ^_^
[IMG]http://thegeeknet.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/image6.png[/IMG]
[img]http://qtclub.org/river/pics/walls/freshfedora.png[/img] Is there any way to get rid of that 'Universal Access' thing in the top right?
[QUOTE=Hookerbot9000;34859893]Is there any way to get rid of that 'Universal Access' thing in the top right?[/QUOTE] Replacing Gnome 3 with Cinnamon 1.3 works well. :)
[QUOTE=Hookerbot9000;34859893][img]http://qtclub.org/river/pics/walls/freshfedora.png[/img] Is there any way to get rid of that 'Universal Access' thing in the top right?[/QUOTE] [url]https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/112/remove-accesibility/[/url] (Open that site in Firefox)
[QUOTE=BBgamer720;34860874][url]https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/112/remove-accesibility/[/url] (Open that site in Firefox)[/QUOTE] Thanks! Worked fine.
Its still a work in process but fedora xfce spin on my work laptop [img]http://i.imgur.com/W6bIa.jpg[/img] [editline]8th March 2012[/editline] Yeah I have no idea what part in clearlooks theme to edit to make my wireless,battery, bluetooth, and that terminal tab up top into a grey color.
Just plain old Precise Beta 1. I rarely use it, but I had a shit-fuck of updates to do tonight. [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/LoWel.jpg[/IMG] [B]imgur[/B] raped the quality, so sorry for that. :/
[img]http://puu.sh/kJ8H[/img]
[img_thumb]http://67.177.47.177/images/Fri_Mar_16_22:26:38_2012.jpg[/img_thumb] Black, white, and blue. Linux, I love youuuuu
[QUOTE=Naelstrom;35158887][img_thumb]http://67.177.47.177/images/Fri_Mar_16_22:26:38_2012.jpg[/img_thumb] Black, white, and blue. Linux, I love youuuuu[/QUOTE] Holy crap, the font? What is it?? And what media player frontend is running in your corner, in the terminal?
the font is "clean" and the media player is called "cmus"
gnome 2 forever [img]http://i42.tinypic.com/10cu2w5.png[/img]
[QUOTE=Takoto;35191888]gnome 2 forever [img]http://i42.tinypic.com/10cu2w5.png[/img][/QUOTE] I saw that and actually thought it was a real Mac for a second, then I read the post and saw the elementary icon.
[URL="http://i.imgur.com/GRiVM.jpg"][IMG]http://i.imgur.com/GRiVMl.jpg[/IMG][/URL] Arch Linux + GNOME3 (Zuitwo Theme) + Tint2. As much as people like to hate on GNOME3, I think it's pretty awesome. The stock settings are shit, it's the most uninituitve thing you've ever used, but once you start customizing it with the Gnome Tweak Tool, custom themes, extensions and panels then it can become a great alternative to GNOME2. I love pressing the Windows key and being able to search really easily like on Windows 7.
[QUOTE=BBgamer720;35195139]Arch Linux + GNOME3 (Zuitwo Theme) + Tint2. As much as people like to hate on GNOME3, I think it's pretty awesome. The stock settings are shit, it's the most uninituitve thing you've ever used, but once you start customizing it with the Gnome Tweak Tool, custom themes, extensions and panels then it can become a great alternative to GNOME2. I love pressing the Windows key and being able to search really easily like on Windows 7.[/QUOTE] I must be the only person on earth that hates having to search for shit. Everytime I try to search for something in Unity's "Dash" bullshit, it's never found. Give me shortcuts on a dock or panel any day.
[QUOTE=Brock Obama;35197553]I must be the only person on earth that hates having to search for shit. Everytime I try to search for something in Unity's "Dash" bullshit, it's never found. Give me shortcuts on a dock or panel any day.[/QUOTE] the linux mint team has actually made a gread job on making gnome-shell somewhat usable in terms of accessing installed software fast.
[QUOTE=kaukassus;35199785]the linux mint team has actually made a gread job on making gnome-shell somewhat usable in terms of accessing installed software fast.[/QUOTE] Yet when I search "Software Sources" nothing is found in the Cinnamon search thing. If I dig manually, I can find it and use it to add PPAs. even if I just search for "sources" nothing comes up.
[t]http://i.imgur.com/1mqsB.png[/t] The big(ger) Opera logo is where my minimized windows go.
All this search stuff makes me cringe. I just use i3 and dmenu, works great.
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