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    Desktop Sphere instead of Desktop Cube

    Here's how to morph your Desktop Cube into a sphere:\

    Click to install CompizConfig Settings Manager.

    When you're done installing, open it in "System > Preferences > CompizConfig Settings Manager".

    You need to enable three plugins: "Desktop Cube", "Rotate Cube" and "Cube Reflection and Deformation". When asked to resolve conflicts, please do so.

    Click on the "Cube Reflection and Deformation" button. In the "Deformation" tab, set the "Deformation" value to "Sphere". You're all set. Use Ctrl+Alt+Right to see what you've done.

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    Re: Desktop Sphere instead of Desktop Cube

    Neat.

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    Re: Desktop Sphere instead of Desktop Cube

    This is what it did to me:
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    Re: Desktop Sphere instead of Desktop Cube

    Quote Originally Posted by k64 View Post
    This is what it did to me:
    You must be out of this planet.

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    Re: Desktop Sphere instead of Desktop Cube

    Quote Originally Posted by mikkie View Post
    you must be out of this planet.
    ROTFLMAO! That is funny.

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    Re: Desktop Sphere instead of Desktop Cube

    OMG! Hannah Montana Linux! is that you!?

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    Re: Desktop Sphere instead of Desktop Cube

    Quote Originally Posted by loell View Post
    OMG! Hannah Montana Linux! is that you!?
    It's definitely me, Kenny Strawn. However, that said, I really have Ubuntu with a different desktop background. Nothing more.

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    Re: Desktop Sphere instead of Desktop Cube

    Quote Originally Posted by k64 View Post
    It's definitely me, Kenny Strawn. However, that said, I really have Ubuntu with a different desktop background. Nothing more.
    Now all you need to do is go find yourself the appropriately split earth wallpaper and make yourself a globe.

    Edit:...>Blue Peter mode<........here`s one someone made earlier.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTi5MZ994Ms
    Last edited by xpod; January 23rd, 2010 at 11:36 AM.
    http://ubuntuclips.org/videos/4

    For the lazy readers

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    Re: Desktop Sphere instead of Desktop Cube

    Perhaps I shouldn't say this but I couldn't get over the fact he has a folder called LibencCrack and next to it is a picture of a girl .......

    Must be just my dirty mind working overtime

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    Re: Desktop Sphere instead of Desktop Cube

    Quote Originally Posted by k64 View Post
    Here's how to morph your Desktop Cube into a sphere:\

    Click to install CompizConfig Settings Manager.

    When you're done installing, open it in "System > Preferences > CompizConfig Settings Manager".

    You need to enable three plugins: "Desktop Cube", "Rotate Cube" and "Cube Reflection and Deformation". When asked to resolve conflicts, please do so.

    Click on the "Cube Reflection and Deformation" button. In the "Deformation" tab, set the "Deformation" value to "Sphere". You're all set. Use Ctrl+Alt+Right to see what you've done.
    You're a bit late.
    .i coi rodo

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