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RE: The Screenshot Thread

Sat Jan 24, 2009 10:29 am
KDE 4.2 RC openSUSE 11.1

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RE: The Screenshot Thread

Sun Jan 25, 2009 12:38 pm
Here's my laptop desktop.

I've kinda been tinkering and have made a theme made up of elements from different ones.

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There are bits of Arezzo and Oxygen at the moment but I'm sure I'll be adding/tweaking it some more.

Cheers

T

p.s Just click it to see it full size.

p.p.s m00ser, where did you get that wallpaper? any chance you could pm me with the link?


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RE: The Screenshot Thread

Mon Jan 26, 2009 8:42 am
I think I recall seeing that kind of thing before, Vlad Studios I think.


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RE: The Screenshot Thread

Mon Jan 26, 2009 9:59 am
Thanks for the tip. :shade:

I didn't find that particular one there (found several other pretty cool one's though :-) )

I eventually tracked it down on deviantart Here


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RE: The Screenshot Thread

Mon Jan 26, 2009 5:17 pm
Here's mine:
My desktop

Didn't put it for the sake of beauty (though I think 4.2 offers a very beautiful desktop), but rather for a sense of use.

I catalogged all my daily/nightly work in four different areas, and I created an activity set for each. I put the activities widget on a newly-created bar, auto-hiding bar on the top so I can get a quick access to them (btw, ctrl-shift-n and ctlr-shift-p don't work for me..).

Each activity has a distinct set of widgets related to it, and I can only help of finding more of them in the official release (a semi-transparent, live websnip widget comes to mind). It also made a lot of sense to use folder view in some of them, I clearly there are different folders I'm focusing on with each activity.

Now, if I only had a way to know how much time did I spend in each of these spaces...
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RE: The Screenshot Thread

Wed Jan 28, 2009 8:35 pm
WHEEEEE!!!

4.2-tastic!

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Featuring a lovely (now glitch free) lancelot with oxyglass theming.:shade:

just click it to see it full size.

Cheers.

T


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RE: The Screenshot Thread

Wed Jan 28, 2009 9:52 pm
How did you get the glitch free lancelot I'm KDE4.2 and I still have glitches?
Did you made clean install?

Anyway here is my screenshot of KDE4.2 with my personal theme Bare Naked (yeah a little more self-promotion isn't bad...)

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RE: The Screenshot Thread

Wed Jan 28, 2009 10:27 pm
Primoz wrote:How did you get the glitch free lancelot I'm KDE4.2 and I still have glitches?
Did you made clean install?

Anyway here is my screenshot of KDE4.2 with my personal theme Bare Naked (yeah a little more self-promotion isn't bad...)

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Hi Primoz.

I followed the instructions elsewhere on this forum on removing the plasma cached images from ~/.kde4/cache-hostname and ~/.kde4/cache-hostname/kpc after killing plasma and lancelot

I tried it several times with varying success until I did it while running the default theme. (I was using a theme I'd mashed together from several others)

I assume it needed the default loaded to then find and use the svg images Ivan created for lancelot.

Cheers.

T

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RE: The Screenshot Thread

Wed Jan 28, 2009 10:58 pm
No it dosen't work for me...
But I'll keep trying though...


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RE: The Screenshot Thread

Wed Jan 28, 2009 11:58 pm
logs_con wrote:Featuring a lovely (now glitch free) lancelot with oxyglass theming.:shade:


Hm, are you using a different oxyglass than the one on kde-look.org? At first I just got Lancelot to stick to the previous theme (Clean-blend), and after cleaning the cache it got stuck on the default oxygen look instead. It certainly never got a glassy look...


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RE: The Screenshot Thread

Thu Jan 29, 2009 5:25 am
Hi Kryten2X4B

I modified the oxyglass theme slightly.

If you'd like I'll post in the Tutorials and Tips section how I did it.
(Before we take this thread too far off topic :) )

Cheers

T


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RE: The Screenshot Thread

Thu Jan 29, 2009 1:27 pm
logs_con wrote:If you'd like I'll post in the Tutorials and Tips section how I did it.
(Before we take this thread too far off topic :) )


That would be great!


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RE: The Screenshot Thread

Sun Feb 01, 2009 5:28 pm
Hi guys, I'm new here..

Here's my desktop :-)

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Minimalist and simple, without widgets.


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RE: The Screenshot Thread

Fri Feb 06, 2009 12:39 am
Kubuntu 9.04 with default wallpaper and Plasma theme. I have modified the panel plasmoids and have manually configured the Batman pic, but other than that it is mostly default 9.04
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If you look closely, Batman is checking my disk space.

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