September 2010 Desktop Thread


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Icons on the bottom row may be changing soonish as I just got my copies of Design and Production Suites CS 5. :happy:. Icons are arranged in order of frequency of use though.

Only showing primary monitor as the secondary monitor is ..well, .. just a black background.

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Absolutely not mate - but it brightens my day after a hard day at the office :)

Damn. Well, it'll have to stay a lovely mystery then. :blush:

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Clean

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My OS X laptop. Running Snow Leopard. Stats at the bottom of the screen are shown via GeekTool. Dock has been modded to take up less space.

Dirty

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Programs in the screenshot:

Cornerstone Subversion client. I find it useful for browsing svn logs and for diffing changes between commits. I wish that there were tools of similar quality for Git and Mercurial.

VMWare Fusion. My web development virtual machine runs Linux. Windows XP is for testing in IE.

I keep my todo notes in TaskPaper. I also have TaskPaper on my iPhone and iPad and my notes get synced to all my devices over the air.

Terminal

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I interact with the terminal a lot. So I've installed Visor and have bound Cmd + Esc to it. Press Cmd + Esc, and the terminal window slides down. Makes for quick access from any virtual desktop.

Each terminal tab is a session on a different box. I run tmux inside each tab. This gives me a tiling window manager for each session.

Second Monitor / Virtual Desktop

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If I'm using dual monitors, the second monitor usually runs MacVim in fullscreen mode. If I'm only connected to one monitor, I run MacVim in a different virtual desktop.

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Clean

post-67054-12853136115649.png

My OS X laptop. Running Snow Leopard. Stats at the bottom of the screen are shown via GeekTool. Dock has been modded to take up less space.

Dirty

post-67054-12853136755213.png

Programs in the screenshot:

Cornerstone Subversion client. I find it useful for browsing svn logs and for diffing changes between commits. I wish that there were tools of similar quality for Git and Mercurial.

VMWare Fusion. My web development virtual machine runs Linux. Windows XP is for testing in IE.

I keep my todo notes in TaskPaper. I also have TaskPaper on my iPhone and iPad and my notes get synced to all my devices over the air.

Terminal

post-67054-12853137052925.png

I interact with the terminal a lot. So I've installed Visor and have bound Cmd + Esc to it. Press Cmd + Esc, and the terminal window slides down. Makes for quick access from any virtual desktop.

Each terminal tab is a session on a different box. I run tmux inside each tab. This gives me a tiling window manager for each session.

Second Monitor / Virtual Desktop

post-67054-12853137246667.png

If I'm using dual monitors, the second monitor usually runs MacVim in fullscreen mode. If I'm only connected to one monitor, I run MacVim in a different virtual desktop.

What do you do? blink.gif

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Nice, may I have wall link and also name(s) of software running in the screenshot?

-Wallpaper: http://browse.deviantart.com/customization/wallpaper/minimalistic/dark/#/d2z5bbj

-CAD (CD Art Display): http://browse.deviantart.com/customization/?qh=&section=&q=tahiry#/d1owsda

-Stardock Fences (WebApps Container)

-Launchy: http://pepei.deviantart.com/art/LAshen2-73342246?q=in:customization/skins/applaunchers/launchy+sort:time&qo=197

-Icons: Flurry by Icon Factory http://iconfactory.com

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