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This is the skinnier version like in this screenshot:

background no
font -*-terminus-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*

use_xft 1
xftfont Terminus :pixelsize=10
xftalpha 0.8

update_interval 5.0
own_window no
minimum_size 80 5
draw_shades yes
draw_outline no
draw_borders no
stippled_borders 0
border_margin 2
border_width 1
default_color white
default_shade_color black
default_outline_color black
#alignment top_left
alignment top_right
#alignment bottom_left
#alignment bottom_right
gap_x 5
gap_y 20
no_buffers yes
uppercase no

TEXT
${color slate grey}${time %a, }${color }${time %e %B %G}
${color slate grey}${time %Z, }${color }${time %H:%M:%S}
${stippled_hr 2 1}
${execi 40000 cal}${stippled_hr 2 1}
${color slate grey}${color }$kernel
${color slate grey}UpTime: ${color }$uptime
${stippled_hr 2 1}
${color slate grey}Net :
${color}Up :${color } ${upspeed eth0} k/s
${color}Down:${color } ${downspeed eth0} k/s ${color}
${stippled_hr 2 1}
${color slate grey}CPU :${color } $cpu%
${cpubar 3}
${color slate grey}RAM :${color } $memperc% $mem/$memmax
${membar 3}
${color slate grey}SWAP:${color } $swapperc% $swap/$swapmax
${swapbar 3}
${stippled_hr 2 1}
${color slate grey}Cpu Mem Procs ${color }
${execi 10 ps gaxo %cpu,%mem,comm | sort +0nr | head -n 5 | sed -e 's/-bin//' | sed -e 's/-media-play//'}
${stippled_hr 2 1}
${color #99CCFF}Sensors:${color}
${color grey} CPU:$color ${exec /home/s/torsmos/temp2.sh}°C${color grey}
MB:$color ${exec /home/s/torsmos/temp1.sh}°C ${color grey}
Fan:$Color ${exec /home/s/torsmos/fan2.sh} rpm

${color grey} Vcore1:$Color ${exec
/home/s/torsmos/Vcore1.sh}${color grey} V5SB: $Color ${exec /home/s/torsmos/V5sb.sh}
${color grey} VBat: $Color ${exec /home/s/torsmos/VBat.sh}${color grey} ${color grey} +3.3V: $Color${exec /home/s/torsmos/33v.sh}
${color grey} +5V: $Color ${exec /home/s/torsmos/5v.sh} ${color grey}-5V: $Color ${exec /home/s/torsmos/52v.sh}
${color grey} +12V: $Color ${exec /home/s/torsmos/12v.sh} ${color grey} -12V: $Color ${exec /home/s/torsmos/122v.sh}
${stippled_hr 2 1}
${color slate grey}root: ${color }${fs_used_perc /}% -- ${fs_size /}
${fs_bar 3 /}
${color slate grey}home: ${color }${fs_used_perc /mnt/oldhome/s}% -- ${fs_size /mnt/oldhome/s}
${fs_bar 3 /mnt/oldhome/s}
${color slate grey}archives : ${color }${fs_used_perc /mnt/hda21}% -- ${fs_size /mnt/hda21}
${fs_bar 3 /mnt/hda21}
${color slate grey}games : ${color }${fs_used_perc /mnt/local}% -- ${fs_size /mnt/local}
${fs_bar 3 /mnt/local}
${stippled_hr 2 1}
${color slate grey}Weather :${color}
${execi 900 /home/s/torsmos/tweather.sh Today}
${stippled_hr 2 1}
${color slate grey}Tomorrow :${color}
${execi 900 /home/s/torsmos/tweather.sh Tomorrow}
${stippled_hr 2 1}

those sh files

Link to text file containing some examples.

re: torsmo

In addition, here's a link to a whole slew of good torsmo info!

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You talk the talk, but do you waddle the waddle?

.torsmorc (2)

and here's mine like shown in the monthly screenshot:

# torsmo configuration

# set to yes if you want tormo to be forked in the background
background no

# X font when Xft is disabled, you can pick one with program xfontsel
#font 5x7
#font 6x10
#font 7x13
#font 8x13
font 9x15
#font *mintsmild.se*
#font -microsoft-comic sans ms -*-*-*-*-*-*-17-*-*-*-*-*-*-*

# Use Xft?
use_xft yes

# Xft font when Xft is enabled
xftfont terminus-8
#xftfont Sans-8
# Text alpha when using Xft
xftalpha 0.8

# mail spool
mail_spool $MAIL

# Update interval in seconds
update_interval 5.0

# Create own window instead of using desktop (required in nautilus)
own_window no

# Use double buffering (reduces flicker, may not work for everyone)
double_buffer yes

# Minimum size of text area
minimum_size 80 5
#minimum_size 300 5
# Draw shades?
draw_shades yes

# Draw outlines?
draw_outline no

# Draw borders around text
draw_borders no

# Stippled borders?
stippled_borders 8

# border margins
border_margin 4

# border width
border_width 1

# Default colors and also border colors
default_color white
default_shade_color black
default_outline_color black

# Text alignment, other possible values are commented
#alignment top_left
alignment top_right
#alignment bottom_left
#alignment bottom_right

# Gap between borders of screen and text
gap_x 05
gap_y 20
#gap_x 25
#gap_y 05

# Subtract file system buffers from used memory?
no_buffers yes

# set to yes if you want all text to be in uppercase
uppercase no

# boinc (seti) dir
#seti_dir /home/s/setiathome

TEXT
${color #99CCFF}$nodename - $sysname $kernel on $machine

${color #99CCFF}Uptime:$color $uptime
${color #99CCFF}RAM Usage:$color $mem/$memmax - $memperc% ${membar 6}
${color #99CCFF}Swap Usage:$color $swap/$swapmax - $swapperc% ${swapbar 6}
${color #99CCFF}CPU Usage:$color $cpu% ${cpubar 6}
${color #99CCFF}Processes:$color $processes ${color grey}Running:$color $running_processes

${color #99CCFF}Networking:
${color grey}Mails: ${color}$mails${color grey} New: ${color}$new_mails${color grey}
Up: $color${upspeed eth0} k/s${color grey} - Down:$color ${downspeed eth0} k/s
${color #99CCFF}Seti: ${color}${exec /home/s/torsmos/seti.sh} ${exec /home/s/torsmos/seti2.sh}
${color #99CCFF}File systems:${color}
/ $color ${fs_free /}/${fs_size /} ${fs_bar 6 /}
/home $color ${fs_free /mnt/oldhome}/ ${fs_size /mnt/oldhome} ${fs_bar 6 /mnt/oldhome}
/archives $color ${fs_free /mnt/hda21}/${fs_size /mnt/hda21} ${fs_bar 6 /mnt/hda21}
${color #99CCFF}Sensors:${color}
${color grey} CPU:$color ${exec /home/s/torsmos/temp2.sh}°C${color grey} - MB:$color ${exec /home/s/torsmos/temp1.sh}°C ${color grey} - Fan:$Color ${exec /home/s/torsmos/fan2.sh} rpm
${color grey}${exec /usr/sbin/hddtemp /dev/hda}
${color grey} Vcore1:$Color ${exec /home/s/torsmos/Vcore1.sh}${color grey} V5SB: $Color ${exec /home/s/torsmos/V5sb.sh} ${color grey} VBat:$Color ${exec /home/s/torsmos/VBat.sh}${color grey}
${color grey} +3.3V: $Color ${exec /home/s/torsmos/33v.sh} ${color grey} +5V: $Color ${exec /home/s/torsmos/5v.sh} ${color grey}-5V: $Color${exec /home/s/torsmos/52v.sh}
${color grey} +12V: $Color ${exec /home/s/torsmos/12v.sh} ${color grey} -12V: $Color ${exec /home/s/torsmos/122v.sh}

${color #99CCFF}${time %H:%M:%S} ${time %Z,} ${color #99CCFF}${time %a, }${time %B %e %G} ${color}

${color #99CCFF}Weather:${color}
${execi 1800 /home/s/torsmos/tweather.sh Today}
${color}Tomorrow:
${execi 1800 /home/s/torsmos/tweather.sh Tomorrow}

${color #99CCFF}${execi 40000 cal}

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You talk the talk, but do you waddle the waddle?

weather.sh

#!/bin/bash
city="My City"
link=USTN0093_f.html
file=/tmp/weather.txt
location=http://weather.yahoo.com/forecast/$link

lynx -accept_all_cookies -dump $location > $file
begin=`cat -n $file | grep "Currently" | cut -d ' ' -f5`
end=`expr $begin + 40`

head -n $end $file > tmp.t
tail -n 41 tmp.t > $file

case $1 in
Today) head -n 6 $file | sed '3d' ;;
Tomorrow)
begin=`cat -n $file | grep 'Today Tomorrow' | cut -d ' ' -f5`
end=`cat -n $file | grep 'Extended' | cut -d ' ' -f5`
num=`expr $end - $begin - 1`
end2=`expr $begin + 7`

head -n $end2 $file > tmp.t
tail -n 3 tmp.t | sed 's/sky/\n sky/' | sed '4d' ;;
*) exit ;;
esac

rm tmp.t
rm $file

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You talk the talk, but do you waddle the waddle?

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