Post your Haiku screenshot!


#1

Post a screenshot of what you’re doing in Haiku!

Please post only thumbnails or links.

You’re welcome to talk about what you’re currently working on in the screenshot. If you have a particulary neat configuration or wallpaper, please tell us about it! Especially welcome are screenshots where you were doing something that caused you to say “Wow, Haiku is really coming along nicely as a full featured desktop operating system”. :wink:

Busy: http://ompldr.org/vZWY0NQ

I spent all evening working on my first Haiku GUI application, and learning a lot about the Haiku API. I used Paladin, Pe, and git for my programming. In other desktops, I have WebPositive loaded with Gmail, Caya logged in with my four IM accounts, and PoorMan hosting my personal files.

Clean: http://ompldr.org/vZWY0Nw

Wallpaper is “Wind” by pincel3d: http://pincel3d.deviantart.com/gallery/?q=wind

I have a separate BFS partition named “BeDrive”. I save my personal files there so I don’t lose them when I update Haiku.


#2

Running emacs while working on the source code for Beezer :smiley:


#3

[quote=augiedoggie]http://i.imgur.com/5TNFl.png

Running emacs while working on the source code for Beezer :D[/quote]

What is the status of Beezer on Haiku ??


#4

What? Wasn’t there just a thread about how there isn’t a version of emacs for Haiku? WHAT SORCERY IS THIS?

Nice work on Beezer. I’ll try it out tonight!


#5

I had the same exact thought!

Also nice idea for this thread, since I know you like the Arch forums I can tell the similarity to their monthly screenshot threads.

Unfortunately I don’t have a decent screenshot at the moment, but I’ll try to take one this week and post it here. I’ve wanted to see some people’s Haiku screenshots/setups for a while, I just never managed to start this sort of forum topic for it.


#6

Nice thread!
Here’s mine: http://s16.postimage.org/6q3kjz9tx/Haiku_Desktop.png

Wallpaper made by myself using Gimp :slight_smile:

@ Augiedoggie: how did you change Deskbar’s logo?


#7

@augiedoggie: I love Beezer, great to see you working on it. Do you implement vector icons? Need help creating some (not that I’m that good at it, but often it’s easier to work with mediocre first attempts than to come up with it all from scratch (though one would try to lift as much as possible from existing icons of course))?

@ Giovanni: What’s that calender app on the desktop? Seeing it in the Deskbar and missing it’s handle, it’s not a Replicant apparently. Can it be “replicanted”?

Regards,
Humdinger


#8

@augiedoggie: nice haiku menu logo,care to share how you managed to change it?


#9

[quote=augiedoggie]http://i.imgur.com/5TNFl.png

Running emacs while working on the source code for Beezer :D[/quote]

What’s the weather icon in the deskbar?


#10

Not a screenshot but a activity that I simply can’t do under lastest Ubuntu with that Asus Eee PC 1005HA netbook
http://ubuntuone.com/3nEFHMJArRHDcq7nAXan2P (mp4 video / ~5MB)


#11

This is amazing! I had no idea people were using Haiku for so many different “real” things. :open_mouth:

[quote=augiedoggie]http://i.imgur.com/5TNFl.png

Running emacs while working on the source code for Beezer :D[/quote]
Yes! As was already requested, how did you change the Deskbar icon to the Haiku logo?

Seriously, I think having it be the Haiku logo makes much more sense than a blue leaf. I always (and by “always” I mean “twice”) seem to run into the situation where I’m guiding someone in Haiku and I’ll say “Click on the leaf menu” and they’ll be like “The what?” and then I remember that I can’t blame them for not understanding me because there are no blue leaves that are shaped like feathers in nature. :wink:

What bittorrent and chat application do you use? Actually, I pretty much want to know what all of those desktop icons link to. :smiley:


#12

That intrigued me too, and I looked on Haikuware and I assume it it this:

http://haikuware.com/directory/start-download/internet-network/miscellaneous/bweathertt

Source is included so we can even hack on it if we want (well those of us who can code C++.)

I’ve had thoughts of blogging more here with features on neat little apps like this, because sometimes things can go unnoticed on Haikuware.


#13

emacs
I believe I responded to the other thread about emacs. I have a slightly older version running(23.3?) that I haven’t added to the ports repository yet. The latest dev branch is having runtime issues that I haven’t investigated.

Beezer
The current status is that it’s as functional as it was on BeOS. I’ve fixed a few bugs along the way and started converting some of the windows to the layout kit. If someone wants to contribute vector icons(or anything else) they are more than welcome.

DeskbarWeather
This is just something I was toying around with. There are still many improvements to make on it. The repository is at https://bitbucket.org/cpr/dbweather

The Deskbar logo
This is just an image from the Haiku repository that was resized. Then it’s just a matter of replacing the appropriate resource in Deskbar. I have a patch that you can apply when building Haiku but it is also possible to replace the resource in an already built system. The patch I use is at http://pastebin.com/wQCk5AdF


#14

[quote=Humdinger]
@ Giovanni: What’s that calender app on the desktop? Seeing it in the Deskbar and missing it’s handle, it’s not a Replicant apparently. Can it be “replicanted”?

Regards,
Humdinger[/quote]

Is “Clear Calendar”: http://haikuware.com/directory/view-details/utilities/desktop-accessories/clear-calendar-v6
Ain’t a replicant!

Best regards.


#15

[quote=drcouzelis]

What bittorrent and chat application do you use? Actually, I pretty much want to know what all of those desktop icons link to. :D[/quote]

QBittorrent for bittorrent and Psi+ for chat. Is more stable and complete than Caya: it support (via jabber servers) a lot of services, avatars, detailed profile, offline messages and is fully configurable.
“Scythia” is an ftp manager (QT)
“CdToMp3Ripper”: http://haikuware.com/directory/view-details/multimedia/audio/mp3-endoding-utilities/cd-to-mp3-ripper
"Games" is a script that open “filepanel” to a folder where i placed links to games (and emulators too)
“Player” is a script that use mplayer.


#16

[quote=augiedoggie]The Deskbar logo
This is just an image from the Haiku repository that was resized. Then it’s just a matter of replacing the appropriate resource in Deskbar. I have a patch that you can apply when building Haiku but it is also possible to replace the resource in an already built system. The patch I use is at http://pastebin.com/wQCk5AdF[/quote]
Oh, man, I totally got it. Thank you! :smiley:
http://ompldr.org/vZWdoYQ


#17

First one is Haiku running on my main computer, about a year ago. HD video played fine on VLC!

http://tinypic.com/r/25tb8yw/6

Currently running Haiku on my Thinkpad X40, works great. WIFI works (atheros chip), just waiting for the WPA2 to work once alpha4 comes. Does Koffice work on Alpha 3? I wanna see how it does with office documents.

http://tinypic.com/r/149nq0/6


#18

I see you have a MSN Messenger icon, which one of those applications works for MSN?

Your calender and clock look great!


#19

[quote=natgab]First one is Haiku running on my main computer, about a year ago. HD video played fine on VLC!

http://tinypic.com/r/25tb8yw/6[/quote]

This is the great Haiku’s MediaPlayer, not VLC :wink:

WPA2 works in Haiku. You have to run this command inside Terminal:

installoptionalpackage wpa_supplicant

#20

As i’ve said few posts ago, i’m using Psi+. Psi+ uses jabber servers (for example jabber.rueckgr.at), and with jabber you can use a lot of services (called transport): msn, google talk, yahoo, Facebook, etc… etc…