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  1. #21
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    Re: Feisty Fawn Cd cover

    Great Work. I'll be lightscribing these

  2. #22
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    Re: Feisty Fawn Cd cover

    Quote Originally Posted by Janset View Post
    Final question, what is the difference between all the different spelling variations on Ubumtu, eg. Kubuntu and all the other "...buntu's".
    They use different desktop environments, but share the same repositories and rely on the same underlying architecture.

    Ubuntu uses Gnome.
    Kubuntu uses KDE.
    Xubuntu uses Xfce.
    Edubuntu is an exception; it uses Gnome, but is made for schools and purely educational purposes.

    "Kubuntu is an official derivative of Ubuntu using the KDE environment instead of GNOME."

    "Edubuntu is a officailly supported derivative of Ubuntu that is customised for Education use."

    "Xubuntu is an official derivative of Ubuntu using the Xfce desktop environment. It is intended for users with less-powerful computers, or those that require a highly efficient desktop environment on faster systems. Xubuntu features primarily GNOME applications."

    (Quotes taken from ubuntu.com)

  3. #23
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    Re: Feisty Fawn Cd cover

    cool!! thats really nice
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    Re: Feisty Fawn Cd cover

    Quote Originally Posted by french_Photon View Post
    You can use (sticky) printable cd labels... It works well, and only need a little time to adjust the paper to your printer.
    I strongly recommend against using sticky CD labels. The glue can seep through and damage the information on the CD.

    I ripped all my CDs a year and a half ago when I built my new computer. The only ones I had problems ripping all had sticky labels. DO NOT USE THEM!

  5. #25
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    Re: Feisty Fawn Cd cover

    Hey this looks cool man, I am gonna lightscribe a label for my 64 bit live-cd!

  6. #26
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    Re: Feisty Fawn Cd cover

    Hi,

    Love the labels and thanks for them. Can you make a cd case cover and tray card too or maybe a dvd cover. Also like another user asked how would you go about changing the label to reflect the new versions that come out? What program do you need to use and what would be the steps.

  7. #27
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    Re: Feisty Fawn Cd cover

    The file is available as a .xcf which is opened with GIMP. From there, you can change different layers (say switch between kubuntu and ubuntu themes), and change the individual text.

  8. #28
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    Re: Feisty Fawn Cd cover

    Amazing work.

    They should but it on the main Ubuntu download page for users burning copies for other people.
    Back to using Ubuntu

  9. #29
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    Re: Feisty Fawn Cd cover

    I don't see a link anywhere for the .xcf files. I like this image, but I'd kinda like to replace "cd" with "dvd".

  10. #30
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    Re: Feisty Fawn Cd cover

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonslicer View Post
    I don't see a link anywhere for the .xcf files. I like this image, but I'd kinda like to replace "cd" with "dvd".
    Me neither.

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