Here's mine although not much changed from the last time I posted.
Icons: HumanAzul2 (Modified by me)
Screw you guys I'm going home!!!
like the wallpaper
pekWM | archlinux | Dell E5400
@herbster: what font are you using for conky? it rocks! sort of old-skool military style...
As for conky appearing on both the left and right side, do you mean on both monitors or on each side of one screen? You can easily put conky's anywhere by messing with this section:
You make one of them bottom_left, the other bottom_right, etc. and they appear accordingly.Code:alignment bottom_right gap_x 0 gap_y 0
@shearn: The font is Telegraphem, it's from http://www.dafont.com.
"For those who believe, no explanation is necessary. For those who do not, none will suffice." - Joseph Dunninger
Wallpaper's from http://www.animepaper.net/gallery/wa...ach/item16429/ (registration required)
Thanks for the zip files of the conky scripts. I didn't know if I could run conky and display different items on the different parts of the same desktop (bottom left and bottom right) and the same time. Apparently you need to run conky for each part of the desktop you want. I'm going to get mine working and upload my desktop when I'm done.
Running multiple instances of conky, is there any real noticeable system hit?
Last edited by AegisTalons; August 12th, 2007 at 08:14 PM.
Check out my new Gmail skin...using the Firefox extension "Stylish", I was able to take 3 different scripts, and change all the colors and some pixel sizes, and perfectly match my gtk-2.0 theme.
Large 1280x800 view: http://i144.photobucket.com/albums/r...shot-20-16.png
Here are the 3 Stylish scripts that work to create this:
...then click advanced on each script and adjust the hex color codes to match your theme. It takes a little while to figure out what color affects what part, but it's worth it.
Last edited by crimesaucer; August 12th, 2007 at 08:50 PM.