Thanks. Not much of a pro with GIMP, but I tried!
I decided maybe I'd get something else on there to show the theme.
Don't let the truth get in the way of a good story!
This universe is crazy. I'm going back to my own.
Todays, first for October:
My first new screenshots of the month. And, it's of another LiveUSB test run.
Full-size screenshots here:
Of course I'm going to run KDE since it's my primary DE, so I'm test driving the Kubuntu beta this time on a persistent LiveUSB. And just for test drive's sake, I'm sticking with the default Windows-like interface for this test run. The wallpapers of my favorite car, as usual, are ones I put together myself. I personally like the left wallpaper with its background effect. As for the Plasma, Window, and color themes, I chose them to fit the SRT Viper theme, which means I had to look for them. Sure, I was able to find them from "Get More Themes", but it still takes some searching for good red KDE themes.
Overall, despite being a Beta and a LiveUSB session, this version of Kubuntu is running really well. So well, in fact, that I may take an unprecedented (by me, at least) plunge and upgrade to Quantal before its official release as soon as my new graphics card comes in.
Distro: Kubuntu 12.10 Beta 2 64-bit
Desktop Environment: KDE Plasma 4.9.1
Plasma Theme: Ruby Air (from KDE-Look)
Window Theme: Corindon Red (from openDesktop.org)
Color Scheme: Viper Red (modified from default Oxygen)
Left Wallpaper: custom-made SRT Viper panels (16: 9 version)
Right Wallpaper: custom-made SRT Viper collage (16:10 version)
Icons: Oxygen (default)
Special Features: Dual displays
Don't like Unity? Hate it? Not your cup of coffee? Ubuntu does provide choices. There's GNOME Shell, KDE Plasma, Xfce, LXDE, and now MATE and Cinnamon. Take your pick