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Joomla12
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dgz
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evilwm is great.
hades
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(30-09-2013, 08:28 PM)Joomla12 Wrote:
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Hexchat theme?
Eregus
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I didn't die btw.
ne0phyte
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Here is mine. My left monitor is in portrait mode and I have a gap that resembles the borders between them (feels so much better when dragging windows :D).


Clean (1.8MB jpg):
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Busy (3.7MB png):
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jmbi
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FreeBSD + 2bwm

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earsplit
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^Wonderful. Check out my edit of erosion, making somethings more readable:

https://github.com/windelicato/dotfiles/...rosionedit

Might as well contribute:
[Image: uD5]
isitmoist
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Arch Linux & bspwm running on a Thinkpad x121e.

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berk
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Looks good!
Ippytraxx
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(07-10-2013, 07:44 PM)jmbi Wrote: FreeBSD + 2bwm

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(07-10-2013, 11:49 PM)earsplit Wrote: ^Wonderful. Check out my edit of erosion, making somethings more readable:

https://github.com/windelicato/dotfiles/...rosionedit

Might as well contribute:
[Image: uD5]
This coffee brown scheme is gonna be the new black scheme. Seen it popping up on gee and unixporn more and more. Not my cup of coffee (hue) but looks good.


(09-10-2013, 06:00 PM)isitmoist Wrote: Arch Linux & bspwm running on a Thinkpad x121e.

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.Xresources please.
yrmt
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Brown colorschemes have been around for a while, crshd posted an amazing a year ago ^^
kirby
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I always like seeing screenshots of well-done brown ones, but whenever I try to make one myself it looks dire :p
isitmoist
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(10-10-2013, 07:03 AM)berk Wrote: Looks good!
Thanks!

(11-10-2013, 07:55 AM)Ippytraxx Wrote: .Xresources please.
I'm using this person's terminal colors.
From my termite config (should be easier to copy paste):
Code:
foreground = #c5c8c6
foreground_bold = #c5c8c6
background = #232C31

# colors from color0 to color254 can be set
color0 = #2D3C46
color1 = #AC4142
color2 = #90A959
color3 = #DE935F
color4 = #6A9FB5
color5 = #AA759F
color6 = #75B5AA
color7 = #6C7A80
color8 = #425059
color9 = #CC6666
color10 = #B5BD68
color11 = #F0C674
color12 = #81A2BE
color13 = #B294BB
color14 = #8ABEB7
color15 = #C5C8C6
tbuck153
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Speaking of brown... 'tis the season.

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jmbi
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(11-10-2013, 03:00 PM)tbuck153 Wrote: Speaking of brown... 'tis the season.

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Duuuuude, that looks so awesome! I must have those colors! And what wm is that?
tbuck153
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(11-10-2013, 04:03 PM)jmbi Wrote:
(11-10-2013, 03:00 PM)tbuck153 Wrote: Speaking of brown... 'tis the season.

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Duuuuude, that looks so awesome! I must have those colors! And what wm is that?

Thanks man, I found the colors on the crunchbang forums made by gutterslob. Here you go.

Oh and that's bspwm ;)
z3bra
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Muh CWM setup. I finaly stick with something !

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BANGARANG, MOTHERFUCKER
ne0phyte
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My work in progress window manager is almost usable now (far from complete/bugfree/convenient, but usable) :D
The windows on the right are docked, not floating. I can hide/show/undock them via keyboard.
[Image: OPG0Mv4.png]
yrmt
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Do you have that on GitHub?
ne0phyte
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Yes, but do yourself (and me) a favor and don't try it yet :P
There are more open problems/things missing than I can count and the code could use some comments and more structure.
The docking right now is more of a hack and you can move docked windows around with functions I meant to remove.
Also the focus traversal is broken so you often have to move the mouse out and back into a window to focus it ._.
https://github.com/ne0phyte/slidewm

I would've written it in Java with JNI for the xlib calls but it seemed like a good opportunity to finally learn some C.
z3bra
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Did you start from scratch ? Or you found some code here and there to start on a more "solid" basis ?
BANGARANG, MOTHERFUCKER
ne0phyte
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(17-10-2013, 07:05 AM)z3bra Wrote: Did you start from scratch ? Or you found some code here and there to start on a more "solid" basis ?
Both. I read the code of a few other WMs to see how they did certain stuff but except for grabKeys+Key struct, xerror and spawn I wrote my own functions. Reading and playing with existing code is the fastest way to learn for me.

Here's what I read:
https://github.com/mackstann/tinywm
http://git.suckless.org/dwm
https://github.com/pyknite/catwm
https://github.com/c00kiemon5ter/monsterwm
ftp://ftp.fvwm.org/pub/fvwm/devel/sources/
jobss
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(16-10-2013, 08:33 PM)ne0phyte Wrote: My work in progress window manager is almost usable now (far from complete/bugfree/convenient, but usable) :D
The windows on the right are docked, not floating. I can hide/show/undock them via keyboard.
[Image: OPG0Mv4.png]

Not bad, how many SOC is written?
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ne0phyte
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(17-10-2013, 11:24 AM)jobss Wrote:
(16-10-2013, 08:33 PM)ne0phyte Wrote: My work in progress window manager is almost usable now (far from complete/bugfree/convenient, but usable) :D
The windows on the right are docked, not floating. I can hide/show/undock them via keyboard.
[Image: OPG0Mv4.png]

Not bad, how many SOC is written?
Did you mean LoC/SLOC?

After stripping all empty lines and comments:
464 lines - slidewm.c
105 lines - slidewm.h
054 lines - config.h
jobss
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(17-10-2013, 11:36 AM)ne0phyte Wrote:
(17-10-2013, 11:24 AM)jobss Wrote:
(16-10-2013, 08:33 PM)ne0phyte Wrote: My work in progress window manager is almost usable now (far from complete/bugfree/convenient, but usable) :D
The windows on the right are docked, not floating. I can hide/show/undock them via keyboard.
[Image: OPG0Mv4.png]

Not bad, how many SOC is written?
Did you mean LoC/SLOC?

After stripping all empty lines and comments:
464 lines - slidewm.c
105 lines - slidewm.h
054 lines - config.h

:p I have a bad use of acronyms.

Not bad, that's one minimal setup.
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ne0phyte
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(17-10-2013, 12:25 PM)jobss Wrote: :p I have a bad use of acronyms.

Not bad, that's one minimal setup.
Well, it's far from complete. I started working on it a few days ago and I wouldn't even call alpha yet :D
ajac
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openbsd / bspwm / urxvt / surf / ncmpcpp / irssi

Mafia
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OpenBSD/Awesome

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kopri
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CalmWM/Debian getting started with Emacs!
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crshd
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(18-10-2013, 02:32 PM)Mafia Wrote: OpenBSD/Awesome

Wait, wha? Are you sick or something? What happened to FVWM?