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 themes

 
 by judgmentday on: Jun 25 2008
 
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i dont understand how to install the themes, i have changed the CFG file to a BAT file but thats it


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 Re: themes

 
 by KebertXela on: Jul 3 2008
 
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Did you try using ObConf?


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 Re: Re: themes

 
 by judgmentday on: Jul 4 2008
 
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how do i get obconf??


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 Re: Re: Re: themes

 
 by judgmentday on: Jul 4 2008
 
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ok i got obconf but its just a file how do i actualy install it ??


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: themes

 
 by thuban on: Dec 27 2008
 
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You want to install an openbox theme, that's it? run obconf, and select "install a new theme", and chose the .obt file you have (not a .bat o_O)
If it is not a .obt, extract the archive in your /home/USER/.themes folder, then run obconf, and chose the matching theme!


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 Re: Re: themes

 
 by vipchenyingsoft on: Jan 15 2014
 
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As a Shoulder-Mount AVCHD Camcorder, Panasonic AG-AC7 is a highly affordable Full HD camera that enables a professional style of operation. The AC7 records AVCHD MTS to high-capacity SD/SDHC/SDXC cards. Easy for completing both SD and HD projects, the AG-AC7 camera features AVCHD recording at 1920 x 1080 and 720 x 480, both at 60i. So here comes the problem. How to convert AG-AC7 MTS to FCE without horizontal lines?

"The demo worked better than the other 4 I tried. The edges of moving objects have thin horizontal lines not tight lines but your software was the best at that problem. I shot video with Panasonic AG-AC7"

For a certainly, Aunsoft MTS Converter for Mac, an excellent MTS to FCE converter is equipped with the best de-interlacing function. You know, interlacing divides the image into alternating sets of lines-odd lines and even lines. So interlacing may cause bothersome visual anomalies in your AG-AC7 MTS video, indicated by thin horizontal lines radiating from all moving objects or wild flickering on still images containing thin horizontal lines. To solve this problem, you need to remove the bad interlacing first.

Below is a step to step tutorial to convert AG-AC7 MTS to MOV without horizontal lines for FCE editing.

This conversion program can be easily found via Google with keywords "Aunsoft MTS Converter for Mac".

P.S: MTS Converter for Mac can also convert AG-AC7 60i AVCHD MTS to FCP, iMovie, QuickTime, Avid, Adobe Premiere, etc that you may use easily and quickly.

Step1: Import MTS file

Click "add video" or "add folder" to load Panasonic AG-AC7 recordings. You can also drag & drop directly.

Step2. Select Apple InterMediate Codec MOV

Click the "format" and choose the "iMovie and Final Cut Express -> Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC) (.MOV)" files as the output. You can directly enter FCE in the search bar.

You can also customize profile via click "settings" in the main interface to reset video bitrates, video frame rate, video size, audio channels, etc. (Optional)

Step3: Remove thin horizontal lines

Deinterlace recordings before you transcode Panasonic AG-AC7 MTS to MOV. Click “Editor” button and then click "Effect". Tick the checkbox of "Deinterlacing" to remove thin horizontal lines. You can preview the original file and output MOV video simultaneously here.

Step4: Convert

Click "Conversion" icon, The AG-AC7 MTS to Final Cut Express Converter will convert AG-AC7 MTS to Final Cut Express without horizontal lines at fast speed. And with just a click on "Open output folder", you can locate the output file quickly.

Useful guides

Import/Edit Panasonic HDC-TM700 AVCHD MTS to FCE4

Convert/Edit 1080/60P AVCHD MTS Files on Mac

Play Panasonic HDC-SD60 1080i MTS to MOV on Mac without Interlacing Issue

Deinterlace/Upload Panasonic HDC-SD601080i MTS to YouTube/Vimeo


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 FVWM

 
 by kkl on: Mar 24 2009
 
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How to you use custom themes for FVWM? Where should I extract to?

I managed to get a theme to start up but half the stuff didn't work or look great. I extracted the bz2 to my home directory and then copied the new config to /usr/share/fvwm-crystal/fvwm which is where my current config is (I guess).

Anyone know of a howto guide?


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 Re: FVWM

 
 by DoReMi on: Feb 22 2014
 
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You have a README and an INSTALL file into the sources that will tell you the dependencies and the install procedure.

Please, don't just copy the files because it is a Makefile that adjust some internal paths during the installation. The correct way to install fvwm-crystal is by running:

make install

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make prefix=/usr install

The first command will install it in /usr/local, the second one in /usr. Run only one of them.


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 new to openbox

 
 by gilbot on: Feb 6 2011
 
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Hello all,

I am new to openbox, been using it for only a day and i like it better than GNOME and KDE.

Anyway my question is what in the heck is that ugly looking default box on my desktop that lists Cpu usage, RAM, Uptime ect, and how do i change it? i see a ton of screenshots of other peoples desktops and they have changed the look and feel of that ugly box.

Thank you


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 Theme installation

 
 by Epaminond on: Jul 9 2011
 
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Hi! I use LXDE and i tried to install several themes. The problem is that all of them look differently from what I see on a screenshots.

For example, when installing SlimOne theme (both an openbox and gtk theme) I get strange buttons, that differ from ones I expected:
http://img853.imageshack.us/i/20110709175238screensho.png/

Also tried Turquoise Nights Ob theme, but it also doesn't look as expected.

Can I please get an advice? Should I install themes in a way, that differs from one explayned in OB wiki?


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