December 2018 Screenshot Thread

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#331

Same set up than before but with a few compton, ranger and Wallpaper “tweaks”.


#332

Sweet!


#333

Thanks Glenn!


#334

That’s nice. The texture on the wallpaper is particularly nice.


#335

Thanks Dobbie!

I can share the wall if you want it or anyone else.

https://forum.archlabslinux.com/t/custom-archlabs-wallpaper/176/205


#336

Nicee @subjunkie


#337

Should bundle that one into the next iso.


#338

That is an awesome work, SJ. Nice job!


#339

You bet @PackRat


#340

My latest AL upgrade, got it to look a bit like BL.


#341

It reminds me of BL too. Nice @altman!


#342

dwm + conky for system information -

patched with: focusonclick, bottomstack, attachaside, gaplessgrid, uselessgap, and systray.

First time I’ve used the attachaside patch; very nice.

Wallpaper should look familiar.


#343

Top job again @PackRat


#344

I’m curious, I know very little (actually, nothing) of DWM. Does it allow you to do gaps like i3-g does?

Perhaps I ought to look into this at some point.


#345

That’s very slick!


#346

Yes, you can patch it with uselessgap to put an aesthetic gap between windows, then edit the config.h file and define the size of the gap (you can see that line in the screenshot). So similar to defining the gap for i3-gaps; although i3-gaps has more options doesn’t it?


#347

Yes it does. LOL, reading up at the site. This just cracks me up…

“Because dwm is customized through editing its source code, it’s pointless to make binary packages of it. This keeps its userbase small and elitist. No novices asking stupid questions. There are some distributions that provide binary packages though.”

LOL - nice way to win some folks over. BTW, emphasis is mine :wink:


#348

Yep, the suckless crew is pretty good with the geeky sarcasms.


#349

It matches the quality of their product :smiley:


#350

No one was going to tell me that I can have different wallpapers per workspace?, OMG!