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Offline oberon

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Re: i3 edition - j4-dmenu-desktop
« Reply #15 on: 04. May 2015, 02:19:06 »
right, for some reason this one works
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-fn "-xos4-terminus-medium-r-*-*-14-*"Its not the perfect font yet, but already a lot better :)

edit:  This one is better still
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-fn "-misc-dejavu sans mono-medium-r-normal-*-12-*-*-*-*-*-*-*"
« Last Edit: 04. May 2015, 10:12:11 by oberon2007 »
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Re: i3 edition - j4-dmenu-desktop
« Reply #16 on: 07. May 2015, 12:24:23 »
Hi there,

Personally I stick with dmenu, because it's fast and convenient.
I don't really known j4-dmenu-desktop neither what it brings more than others but if you've got difficulties to built it or use it, don't forget there's also xfce4-appfinder if you need to have an overall look of your applications, that's an idea.
I was using it when I started to use i3, but now with time I don't install it anymore, I guess dmenu + shortcuts launchers are just right to me .

This is my font for dmenu: "Source Sans Pro".
I discovered it in the Anex's i3 edition I think. Letters are properly displayed on my monitor, but before I had a good looking with the font called terminus but it's a really different style ^^ more geek I suppose.

Good luck with your config and your ISO also ;)