November 2019 Screenshot Thread

Continue from October.

As usual:

Share your dots and walls please, this saves people having to ask. Best way to do this is to have a link in your signature.

To open the linked scrot fullscreen in your browser, scroll down to the Download icon on the right (next to Like and Share at, right-click it and hit T on your keyboard to open the screenshot in a new browser tab, then switch to that tab. Copy and paste the address here and Boom! Fullscreen goodness.
(thanks to hhh from the BunsenLabs forum for the tip!)

We recommend for image uploads (max 60MB) (use the linked thumbnail embed code), or as an option drag and drop your image into the reply box. Thank you very much, @Madmedic (how about shouting him a coffee for the effort?)

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no more system information bar; just a small conky for the battery.


Nice! Yeah I have gone completely barless.

Same as last time, literally no changes


Nice as usual @PackRat @Dobbie03


I’m either dropping them, or cutting way back on the displayed information. Not really missing them.

dwm, slstatus recompiled to show only battery% wireless% and clock:


Same beside updates & walls ( used in alternance);


I only had them to show off, they served no purpose for me whatsoever.

OK, now we have November, too.


Nice! Is that still Sway?

Yes: sway + waybar. The latter is easy to styling, as it uses css.


Arch based forum needs some tmux -


Good reason. Are there any other pros of using tmux on i3?

I’m sure there are if you’re a tmux power user (I am not).

I used tmux with other window managers like fluxbox just for the basic tiling. Can get that with containers in i3.

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I tried once, but found it too much sophisticated tool to my needs. :wink:

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Me too, I still don’t understand the need for tmux.

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I think that’s where the client/server model and attach/detach from a session comes into play. Designed for developers who work and play in the cli world.

I’ve never used tmux to it’s full potential. Just a handy and different way to do things.


The new ArchLabs release is fantastic, nice job! The installer is quick & easy to use and the new themes and background are very nice (tried Openbox first). I’ve been admiring the screenshots here which focus on minimalism, dark themes and lots of configs. I mostly surrendered myself to elementary os which I find the least distracting and most suitable for me. Plasma is my playground. My screenshots, sorry for overindulging :slight_smile:

elementary os:

ArchLabs Plasma: