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    Show off your desktop - Summer edition

    Just felt like showing off my sleek new desktop after starting over with Kubuntu and the new Compiz Fusion project.

    > Using Compiz Fusion and Emerald
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    Re: Show off your desktop - Summer edition

    That's real nice, love the reflection. I can't have any of that fancy graphics stuff on my laptop as i have an ATI card, won't play nice

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    Summer edition.
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    Re: Show off your desktop - Summer edition

    How do you do the thumbnails?


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    Re: Show off your desktop - Summer edition

    OK...Finally got around to tweaking some...didn't realize how ugly that (human) was until I posted it


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    Xubuntu 7.04 on my IBM R60 Thinkpad. My wallpaper on my laptop changes every time I boot up. My wallpaper on my desktop (Kubuntu) changes every 10 minutes.
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    Re: Show off your desktop - Summer edition

    I themed my gnome to look like OSX and used your wallpaper

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    Re: Show off your desktop - Summer edition

    Quote Originally Posted by mthakur2006 View Post
    I themed my gnome to look like OSX and used your wallpaper

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    VERY nice!
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    Re: Show off your desktop - Summer edition

    Quote Originally Posted by Koji-Murasame View Post
    Xubuntu 7.04 on my IBM R60 Thinkpad. My wallpaper on my laptop changes every time I boot up. My wallpaper on my desktop (Kubuntu) changes every 10 minutes.
    Does GNOME have the ability to do something like this too? I would love to be able to specify a folder with images and then have my wallpaper change on a schedule (reboots, logins, 10 minutes, etc). I think that I have seen an app that is supposed to be able to do it but I would really like to know if vanilla GNOME can.
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    Re: Show off your desktop - Summer edition

    Quote Originally Posted by etank View Post
    Does GNOME have the ability to do something like this too? I would love to be able to specify a folder with images and then have my wallpaper change on a schedule (reboots, logins, 10 minutes, etc). I think that I have seen an app that is supposed to be able to do it but I would really like to know if vanilla GNOME can.
    I saw a howto for it once. I'll do some digging and If I can find it I'll post it.
    Edit: Found it. Feisty Guide Not exactly a Gnome native feature, but supposedly this works.
    Last edited by Koji-Murasame; June 29th, 2007 at 04:00 PM.
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