Yeet I got it.
(Changes since this screenshot, added clear to the end of the top file, haven't tested that yet)
Ok i *think* i got it, about to reboot.
How do I change the colours of ttys on startup?
I'm thinking of a systemd service.
I already have a file that changes the colours on login ( https://gitlab.com/GaugeK/dots/blob/master/.config/tty-colours.sh ), but I have absolutely no idea how to execute it on every tty on startup.
(If you don't understand the clock, the time of this screenshot is 12:30)
Trying a new panel layout (Thanks @OTheB )
On the left is the clock - left side of that is hours, each bar is 3 hours, - on the right side of it is minutes, in bars of 15 minutes.
On the center is the workspaces
And on the right is the volume.
Yes I know a lot of them are similar
My theme switcher for my crappy themes.
Slightly different colour scheme
Wallpaper can be found here https://gitlab.com/GaugeK/dots/raw/master/Wallpapers/hexagon-aperture.png --- and svg (ddl) https://gitlab.com/GaugeK/dots/raw/master/Wallpapers/hexagon-aperture.png
#ScreenshotSunday - Trying bspwm.
ok slightly better quality
Not sure why the colours are off...
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