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Screenshots: Poste 'Em!

Discussion in 'Other Window Managers' started by ninjaslim, Nov 24, 2008.

  1. ninjaslim

    ninjaslim New Member

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    Hmmm, it's cool ))
     
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    ninjaslim, your xfce setup looks nice. Is that font you're using fixed-width? I'd love to know what it is. :)
     
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    I believe ninjaslim's console font is Monofur.
     
  7. Cka3o4Huk

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    Thank you, aragon!
    But what is about bar's font?
     
  8. aragon

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    I could swear I've seen it somewhere before, but can't put my finger on it. It does look like it's fixed-width too which might make it easier to find...
     
  9. ninjaslim

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    It's aquafont.
     
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    The font is the highlight of this theme.
     
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    Here's what my box looks like with Xfce 4, wbar and a custom OS X like theme:

    http://drop.io/gfunl8g/asset/desktop-jpg

    And yes, you could either do it yourself or get it "for free" with VirtualBSD for VMware (look into the Off-Topic forum for the details)! :e


    K.
     
  18. Daisuke_Aramaki

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    I used xfce sometime back. but these days alternate between fluxbox and tiling wm's. Here is one of my old screens of one my machines running Lunar Linux. On my FreeBSD laptop, its Fluxbox or tiling, nothing more, nothing less!

    Bright Desk

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    Dark Desk

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  19. vermaden

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    Very nice ones, can you tell me what font you use @ file manager?
     
  20. Daisuke_Aramaki

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    Thanks vermaden. The app font in screen 1 is the good old Liberation Sans. On the second screen it must be SegoeUI Semibold.
     
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    Here she be!

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  22. DutchDaemon

    DutchDaemon Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    Nothing spectacular. I like clean.

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    (bigger)
     
  23. alie

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    wow, nice one dutchdaemon!
     
  24. Daisuke_Aramaki

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    I use only dwm on my FreeBSD box. But on my Lunar Linux box, I alternate between XFCE, Fluxbox, dwm and evilwm. Here is an xfce4.6 screen.

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  25. marcelesflores

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    I was wondering why you were using ext3...

    Anyway, here's mine. It's nothing fancy, but it's mine:

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