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Desktop screenshots

#1
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Obligatory Desktop Screeny thread.

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#2
Yeah, Ubuntu FTW!
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#3
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This is what I use for the background on my title bar
Dark Metallic Blue

.png   Dark Metallic Blue Simple 1 X 26.png (Size: 161 bytes / Downloads: 337)

Here's some other ones I occasionally use:

UT99 Ice Top

.png   UT99 Ice Top Simple 1 X 26.png (Size: 172 bytes / Downloads: 334)

UT99 Ice Bottom

.png   UT99 Ice Bottom Simple 1 X 26.png (Size: 158 bytes / Downloads: 335)

FROZT

.png   Frozt Simple 2 X 26 .png (Size: 211 bytes / Downloads: 336)
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#4
http://img12.imageshack.us/img12/3664/20...91280x.png urxvt, chromium. ignore the mess that is irssi.

http://img12.imageshack.us/img12/8697/20...41280x.png clean desktop


conky/tint2 configs are by me.. if anyone wants it, i'll post.
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emesde

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#5
"Awesome" window manager on Ubuntu. Really helps boost my fps in games.

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Full size screenshot: here.
Original wallpaper here.
Latest obsession.
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#6
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Here's mine. Tiling WM's rock my workflow..

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He can talk the talk, but can he caulk the caulk?
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#7
post desktop not THAT thing.
[?] - #kwestion @quakenet
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#8
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#9
If you see your wallpaper you are wasting desktop space Big Grin My desktop environment doesn't even have one (solid black backdrop that's never visible anyways)
He can talk the talk, but can he caulk the caulk?
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#10
http://omploader.org/vNDAycw/2010-03-31-..._scrot.png

Awesomewm, with nine "desktops" with a little help from mah friends. Visible applications: networkmanager, xchat.org , pidgin.im , gpodder.org , qbittorent.org , smplayer.org

Background. (I never see it anyway)
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#11
nice desktop clips :]

space desktops, hmmmmmmmmmm

http://omploader.org/vNDA1Yw/desktop.jpg

xfce, 10 workspaces and loads of shortcuts... hated the windows key back in the days (just like capslock) but now its perfect for shhhhhooortcuuuutssssssssss
"all your signature are belong to us"
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#12
(03-31-2010, 06:08 AM)lda17h Wrote: If you see your wallpaper you are wasting desktop space Big Grin My desktop environment doesn't even have one (solid black backdrop that's never visible anyways)

IMO, the whole point of desktop space is to have a lot of free space. Besides, I love being able to show-desktop to look at my background. Big Grin

(03-31-2010, 12:02 PM)lecithin Wrote: nice desktop clips :]

space desktops, hmmmmmmmmmm

http://omploader.org/vNDA1Yw/desktop.jpg

xfce, 10 workspaces and loads of shortcuts... hated the windows key back in the days (just like capslock) but now its perfect for shhhhhooortcuuuutssssssssss

I like yours. Tongue
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#13
Well, Ill go ahead and do mine!

Current Mac Desktop is too big to paste in but here's a link :p

My Ubuntu, Kubuntu and OpenSolaris are using the same background!

Basically my background is a logo for a linux distro/desktop environment im in the early stages of designing lol.

I guess thanks to the Dock, you also see my fave apps :p.


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Check out my site: www.alisdairrankine.com!
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#14
Browser to the left, some totally random code to the right.
   

Tiled wallpaper which I don't usually see is in attachment.


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chooksta Wrote:640t ought to be enuf for antibody
- microsoft windows
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#15
that thumbnail sure looks familiar... and other things that taken out of context sound creepy
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#16
(03-31-2010, 03:59 AM)vaan Wrote: post desktop not THAT thing.
The topic is "Post Your Desktop", not "Post Your Wallpaper". Usually, that means taking a screenshot of how your virtual computer desktop looks when you're doing something on it.

btw, i have a site where i keep track of my screenshots:
http://amoebios-project.wikispaces.com/Amoebios

Edit: Anyone interested can join the project and upload their screenshots, Qt themes, configs, panel backgrounds, etc.
4m038105 - Be the change.
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#17
(03-31-2010, 03:51 AM)lda17h Wrote: Here's mine. Tiling WM's rock my workflow..

What IRC client are you using there, Ida17h?
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#18
(04-01-2010, 12:17 PM)Erusavion Wrote:
(03-31-2010, 03:51 AM)lda17h Wrote: Here's mine. Tiling WM's rock my workflow..

What IRC client are you using there, Ida17h?

irssi
He can talk the talk, but can he caulk the caulk?
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#19
Here's mine:

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( full size: http://imgur.com/915ii.png )
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#20
(03-31-2010, 03:27 AM)ImpulseNine Wrote: "Awesome" window manager on Ubuntu. Really helps boost my fps in games.
Full size screenshot: here.
Original wallpaper here.

What is that?!
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#21
I Heart Linux


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#22
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Background is a ubuntu default.

All panels autohide.

Top panel: Menu bar, chrome, compiz-switch, terminal, shutter, redshift (changes color temperature depending on time of day), xchat, gnome-do, pidgin, network manager, clock, user switcher, log out

Right panel is docky with minimal customization

Bottom panel: show desktop, application switcher, workspace switcher, trash bin.

Pattern for menu panels is Northern Lights by dinpattern (exceptional site, by the way).
(07-18-2010, 10:59 AM)Flying Steel Wrote: How could anyone with ADHD tell its a high damage weapon if it wasn't a gigantic metal cock fucking the map whenever a player gets within 3 meters of a wall?

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#23
Nice! I like all the linux representation in here. It's definitely a fun OS to learn / play / _really_ understand computers on.

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#24
I'm keeping it simple and clean.

However, I'll install Arch with KDE soon. Now it's Ubuntu and Gnome.

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#25
(06-21-2010, 04:17 PM)Exitium Wrote: I'm keeping it simple and clean.

However, I'll install Arch with KDE soon. Now it's Ubuntu and Gnome.

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Yay Arch Big Grin

Here's my desktop on Arch, wmii as WM Tongue

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Perfectly timed it!

EDIT: whoa, so apparently there have been three people with tiling WM's posting here before me, you guys rock Tongue
[Image:http://i.imgur.com/4XODR.png]640K ought to be enough for anybody.
     ― Linux Torvalds
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