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xero
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thetornainbow
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Nice scrot xero. Don't post too many - I'm at work and I don't want to have to explain arousal.
xero
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triple monitor work setup.

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http://git.io/.files
dkeg
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...BAM!
work hard, complain less
ninjacharlie
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Heavily inspired by all of you fine folks (Archlinux, BSPWM):
http://imgur.com/a/OdeRq
darthlukan
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Github: https://github.com/darthlukan
CRUX Ports: http://ports.brianctomlinson.com
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"We're all human, act accordingly." -- Me
venam
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Quote:Heavily inspired by all of you fine folks (Archlinux, BSPWM):
http://imgur.com/a/OdeRq
That's a start.

(23-09-2015, 12:31 PM)darthlukan Wrote: Hail Hydra!

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I think there's something wrong with your colors, they're not the same all over the place.
dkeg
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Is that airline? You can change the theme to take you colors. That should help
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xero
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(23-09-2015, 03:08 PM)dkeg Wrote: Is that airline? You can change the theme to take you colors. That should help

either way, lightline.vim is where it's at. you can give it your vim colorscheme name (or any you have installed) and configure it however you like. e.g. my .vimrc
ChefIronBelly
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^ Schwing!
"The nice thing about standards is that you have so many to choose from." - Andrew S. Tanenbaum
dkeg
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(23-09-2015, 04:05 PM)xero Wrote:
(23-09-2015, 03:08 PM)dkeg Wrote: Is that airline? You can change the theme to take you colors. That should help

either way, lightline.vim is where it's at. you can give it your vim colorscheme name (or any you have installed) and configure it however you like. e.g. my .vimrc

Ha, yeah, lightline, that is what I was thinking of. I had used it, I don't anymore. Its bloat. They're all bloat. But yes, I edited on of the themes to use my colors.
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darthlukan
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(23-09-2015, 12:58 PM)venam Wrote: I think there's something wrong with your colors, they're not the same all over the place.

Yeah, I'm working on that still, this is just the current state of things :)

(23-09-2015, 03:08 PM)dkeg Wrote: Is that airline? You can change the theme to take you colors. That should help

It's powerline, I need to read up on changing powerline colorschemes / theming, I've just been having to split my attention between tuning my environment and a few development projects, so it's slow-going. Thanks for the suggestion though! I'll look into airline.
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dkeg
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^lightline!
Here, try this theme for lightline
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thetornainbow
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+1 for lightline, it's the best powerline-ish vim plugin I've found.
My iBook G4 running OpenBSD...

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Houseoftea
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I like it!
(26-09-2015, 11:51 AM)Houseoftea Wrote:
(26-09-2015, 02:52 AM)October Wrote:

I like it!
Thanks!
venam
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(26-09-2015, 02:52 AM)October Wrote: My iBook G4 running OpenBSD...
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Hmm, I see Perl, you've got my attention.
Here's another clean way to do what you just did: http://pub.iotek.org/p/hrFCWBA
Just started learning Perl and quickly am realizing that there are many ways to do something.
Thanks for the code!
kirby
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Perl++, I love the language it's so cool. I have no clue what your code is about though venam, is there a book or something I could read? It looks like a significant gap in my knowledge because I haven't even heard of Modern::Perl before. (EDIT: Is it this one?)

Also I got a new netbook so I should post a screenshot soonish, but as ever it's just dwm with some colour changes, I'm very comfortable with it.
venam
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(02-10-2015, 05:29 AM)kirby Wrote: Perl++, I love the language it's so cool. I have no clue what your code is about though venam, is there a book or something I could read? It looks like a significant gap in my knowledge because I haven't even heard of Modern::Perl before. (EDIT: Is it this one?)
Yes, indeed, it's that book.
kirby
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(02-10-2015, 06:01 AM)venam Wrote: Yes, indeed, it's that book.

Oh excellent, I've got a few days without Internet as I move into student accommodation so I'll download it and take a look, thanks!
ChefIronBelly
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My current setup

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venam
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I liked my autumn theme so I kept it.
Here's a scrot in dkeg's fashion:
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neeasade
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Today I smashed together 3 projects with my dotfiles.
urnn, a smart colorscheme from image generator.
oomox, a custom gtk theme generator.
ACYL icons, which can have their colors changed via script.

The result was an 'autotheme.sh' script which I used to set gtk theme, icons, wm and panel colors, and term colors.

Here it is in action: https://u.teknik.io/xFxa0g.webm
Mafia
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(09-08-2015, 03:26 PM)Houseoftea Wrote: Its called "The linux command line"
Its a good read so far
Very good read indeed, nice desktop.
Mafia
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Ain't shit change but the address.
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chc4
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I've had this winter theme for a couple weeks now, and still completely love it. I didn't really get how the hell people used grayscale colors before, but it's so pretty...

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xero
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(07-10-2015, 07:45 PM)chc4 Wrote: I've had this winter theme for a couple weeks now, and still completely love it. I didn't really get how the hell people used grayscale colors before, but it's so pretty...

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very nice!
Mafia
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