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    Screenshots for the Website

    We are working on a nice update to the Ohio Team's website. It was suggested at the last meeting that the site have screenshots of both Gnome and KDE (as well as the other desktop environments). If you would like to include a screenshot(s) on this thread as well as what desktop environment you are using, it would be greatly appreciated.
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    Re: Screenshots for the Website

    my Desktop
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    Last edited by _Phineas_; January 26th, 2008 at 09:08 PM.

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    Re: Screenshots for the Website

    Here's my desktop. A little big, and it's the default theme, but hey, I like it.
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    Re: Screenshots for the Website

    Here is my desktop, Openbox, pypanel, weechat and conky.
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    Re: Screenshots for the Website

    Quote Originally Posted by Seisen View Post
    Here is my desktop, Openbox, pypanel, weechat and conky.
    I see your taskbar... how did you manage to get a screenshot of a screenshot?


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    Re: Screenshots for the Website

    I used imagemagick and made it take a picture of the whole window.
    Here is the command I used
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    sleep 10; import -window root MyScreenshot2.png
    Last edited by Seisen; January 30th, 2008 at 12:11 AM.

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    Re: Screenshots for the Website

    My new desktop. Man I wish I could use Compiz dang ATi drivers
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    Great comp I love it!

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    Re: Screenshots for the Website

    Screenshot-2.jpg

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    Re: Screenshots for the Website

    Oh, I've got just about everything as brianfreytag, save the screenlets. And (though it's hidden) I have an Apple wallpaper. A little bit of hearsay never hurt anyone . . . except with the whole Medieval Ages and all.
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    Re: Screenshots for the Website

    Here's mine, KDE with customized Darkness theme, karamba with chilehardware widget/theme. This desktop is good for me to sit in bed with while the wife is sleeping. I scalled it down from the 1680x1050 native, let me know if I need to post a larger one.
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