September 2018 Screenshot Thread


#141

We’re inland and over towards Georgia so we’ll be on the outer edge of the hurricane, as usual. If it stalls somewhere between Myrtle Beach, SC and Wilmington, NC we may get enough rain for flooding to be a big issue in our area. My main concern is the power going out for a significant period of time. Still hot (90F/32C) and humid here.

I’m actually on the FEMA volunteer list - albeit way, way down the list. Might actually get a call this time around.

hhh over at BL is the one in trouble - heading right for him; storm surges should be hitting Charleston harbor pretty soon.

And there are two more right behind Florence:

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#142

Good of you to volunteer @PackRat. We’ll be thinking of you, your family and hhh. Please be safe.

Why people don’t take that^ seriously and insist upon crossing flooded roadways, is beyond me. Gordon dumped over 7 inches on us last week and sure as shit, people getting stranded and first responders having to risk life and limb to assist them… Happens every year. People never learn.


#143

Thx @PackRat to be on the list. Also with @Glenn on this matter, looks like some people are getting bumber as times go by.


#144

@PackRat yes haha it’s a good kind of heat for making yourself into jerky.


#145

True that but better than slogging through this humidity and becoming a wet lump of sauerkraut :grin:


#146

and we’re back on topic - :monkey_face:

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#147


been tweaking the crap out of my Mint-Y themes I use at work (not on Linux Mint)

Edit: Been digging this wall too.



#148

same thing on top of mint 19…

clem stopped pushing to github before the release so the theme on there is totally different

if only there was a spec with all the gtk3 toolkit apps then you could write a .css accordingly. as is it’s all mystery meat.


#149

They are epic themes @cog.


#150

@cog those themes are really quite nice.


#151

Nicee @cog , keep it on.


#152

openbox with conky, no panel:

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#153

Nice basic scrot in there @PackRat


#154

Solarised:

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Still not convinced though, terminal colours are so tricky :confused:

Time to browse through http://terminal.sexy/ again…

EDIT: oh, and switched from loksh back to mksh — the latter is in the main component of the Alpine Linux repositories and the former is in community so I presume mksh has the “seal of approval” from the devs (and from suckless.org also, which is important).


#155

spamming the thread today -

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#156

thanks @Dobbie03 @Glenn @altman @womp

I’ve uploaded everything to:

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Doesn’t have OB or FVWM windecs yet but everything else

The walls are on unsplash. Search for Arto Marttinen


#157

@Head_on_a_Stick, what’s the attraction to Solarised desktops? I see so many of them but they just seem to me to be just so bleh!

@PackRat, nice one man, love that last scrot of yours.

@cog, will chek them out. Cheers for sharing.


#158

Well the idea is that it creates a low-contrast environment that’s very easy on the eye for prolonged terminal sessions and I do find the standard st scheme extremely garish in comparison.

Yes, you’re right, I think the BunsenLabs palette may be the way forward here, I run that in my OpenBSD desktop:

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! BunsenLabs colours

*.foreground: #bfbfbf
*.background: #000000

! Black
*.color0: #000000
*.color8: #666666

! Red
*.color1: #9e1828
*.color9: #cf6171

! Green
*.color2: #aece92
*.color10: #c5f779

! Yellow
*.color3: #968a38
*.color11: #fff796

! Blue
*.color4: #414171
*.color12: #4186be

! Magenta
*.color5: #963c59
*.color13: #cf9ebe

!Cyan
*.color6: #418179
*.color14: #71bebe

! White
*.color7: #bebebe
*.color15: #ffffff

*.cursorColor:  #00ff00

#159

I thought there may have been a technical reason behind it.

After spouting off the other day how much I loved the theme I was using, I made a new one.

Thanks to @cog for the icons.


#160

Thx for sharing here @cog , appreciated.