Your Latest Workflow Improvement - Desktop Customization & Workflow
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(30-11-2015, 12:05 PM)xero Wrote: ^^ show your work arcetera
^^ show your work pranomostro

xero be wishin he was a hs math teacher
pranomostro
@xero
I'll take a day to upload everything on my github.
Wildefyr
Got rid of tiling with fyre and I'm instead using more precise movement scripts to 'slot' windows into place -> https://u.teknik.io/8oqvjF.webm
z3bra
Pretty cool! This "snap-to-grid" feature reminds me a lot of goomwwm workflow. Neat script!

For myself, I decided to stop giving a shit about what my desktop look like, and only tweak things when I there is a real need for it (eg, missing characters in a font, or unreadable contrast). This also means I'm gonna start seeing which applications feature the famous "sane defaults". So far, everything is working properly (I'm still using wmutils though, don't worry about that :P)

For instance: here is how my current desktop look like now: http://raw.z3bra.org/dev/random/bare-install.png

We'll see how it goes on the long run...
Wildefyr
I must say, that browser with minimum css is fuck ugly. Well done.

Also, I could do with making it more consistent as it currently just moves the window's width/height in a direction and snaps it to the border if it would go beyond certain points. It seems closest.sh isn't the most accurate of things either, little things are annoying me on how it orders.
strang3quark
I made some changes in lnotify.py for weechat.
I was tired of not getting notifications when I had the private chat open and moved to another i3 workspace. Now if I the weechat buffer is open but i3 workspace isn't active I get the notifications!
ninjacharlie
(14-12-2015, 06:14 AM)Wildefyr Wrote: Got rid of tiling with fyre and I'm instead using more precise movement scripts to 'slot' windows into place -> https://u.teknik.io/8oqvjF.webm

I actually did something very similar recently (smaller grid cells, but similar idea). Are using `wew` or anything like that to ensure new windows snap in place or is it just a keybinding?

z3bra Wrote:This "snap-to-grid" feature reminds me a lot of goomwwm workflow. Neat script!
Ooh, I didn't realize this was a feature in other WMs. Thanks for pointing that out!
xero
(14-12-2015, 07:26 AM)z3bra Wrote: For instance: here is how my current desktop look like now: http://raw.z3bra.org/dev/random/bare-install.png

i get not using addon css. but why not change your browser defaults to match your otherwise dark colorscheme? switching background and foreground would make a 10,000% difference in this scrot.
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Plus, what world do I live in where z3bra doesn't rice?!
venam
(14-12-2015, 07:26 AM)z3bra Wrote: For instance: here is how my current desktop look like now: http://raw.z3bra.org/dev/random/bare-install.png
When I see this scrot I can't help but think "This is a lazy scrot".
It's not like customizing your desktop is a time consuming task, you do it once and keep the configs across installs.
I wouldn't be comfortable on this.
Personal choice.




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