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July 2013 Desktop
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Published: July 13, 2013
© 2013 - 2019 natyusha
not much has changed in a year.

credit to ravmunken for his steam skin
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wewtz's avatar
I'm really digging your Foobar setup you've got going on. Could you give a tutorial on how to get it to look like that? Or even just upload the settings you have. That'd be awesome, thanks!
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DevineLord's avatar
what foobar .fcl is that? it doesn't look like your normal ncmpccp mod. :3 care to share?
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natyusha's avatar
its the same el playlist that my other foobar skin uses but recolored with a different font
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spowsleuh's avatar
Sorry to  disturb you again but I'm having a little problem here
I still don't know why my bug.n ''taskbar'' doesn't appear on my desktop.
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natyusha's avatar
are you using the bug.n from berlios?
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spowsleuh's avatar
Oh, nevermind, I already working. But as far as I know, does it support tray icons? You knw, just in case you want to update an antivirus or know the batery status. Or does it have a quick menu like bblean? Thank you for answering, I really appreciate it.
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natyusha's avatar
there is a hotkey to toggle the taskbar other than that no there is no tray icon support as of yet
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flockabsm's avatar
How can I get my explorer windows to look like that?

Also, the to get that font in explorer it's just changing the default font, right?
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natyusha's avatar
i don't have an explorer window open in this screenshot but my windows are just pix_ visual style with the caption hidden via bug.n / autohotkey
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flockabsm's avatar
Can I get the bug.n config then?

I'm using an old one from your github but it's not as nice :p
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natyusha's avatar
the config on github is up to date

there are some things that i have changed in the bug.n source code that i haven't shared though
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MrPZ's avatar
Wow, absolutely awesome desktop!
Do you mind sharing your Firefox and Reddit CSS?
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MrPZ's avatar
Thanks man! Appreciate the reply :)
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Tokubetsu's avatar
Hate bothering you like this but I've been using your skin since it dropped, and the one before that as well. I see you've updated it slightly with collapsing album tracklist in the playlist view along with file format next to [playing]. How'd you do that? haha.
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natyusha's avatar
i exported the elplaylist from my other foobar skin then imported it into nncmpcpp mod. i then changed the colors / fonts and did a few other small things.
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Tokubetsu's avatar
Thanks for the reply! Guess I know what I'm doing tonight =P
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natyusha's avatar
i forgot to mention that there is an updated .fcl on the skin's page that has some other small addition and fixes (like the file type)
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Demonessyume's avatar
You know you have a good setup when you dont need to change it! Where are some good places to read up on bug.n? I understand the basics of AHK and i think i understand how they apply to bug.n, i'm not entirely sure i understand how to fully incorporate it as a full fledged window manager. I appreciate the resources and information you've provided thus far.
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hmm bug.n like other window managers relies on hotkeys more than anything. bug.n comes with documentation that details all of the hotkeys and allows you to make your own quite easily. once you know how to do things like switching windows across monitors/workspaces and moving them through the stack the workflow is very nice. personally i use the mousewheel for a lot of the actions that bug.n performs.

after that the rest is just setting up options for frequently used programs winkey+i pops up the info of the currently selected window and you can use that info to set how that program interacts with bug.n.

Config_rule=StarCraft II;.*;;1;1;2;1;1;0;

for example, the rule above sets starcraft ii to open on my main monitor in the second workspace without bug.n messing with its size.

the syntax for the rules is in the documentation.

i should make a video someday demonstrating how powerful bug.n is
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Demonessyume's avatar
Nice. How you can set launch options like that very much interests me since I don't really like to move my windows around at all these days. I have just been relying on virtuawin to automatically manage workspaces for me. Re-reading the documentation and reviewing some of your settings is on my to-do list. Will keep a look out on your posts.
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magnet77's avatar
one of the best shots I have seen for a while! well done sir
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natyusha's avatar
thanks man
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JLopez1960's avatar
I wish I was as good of a ricer as you :c

Where would I start if I wanted to overwrite my programs' default themes with my own?

Also, what kind of taskbar are you using?

It honestly blows my mind how you got your desktop looking as nice as that.
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