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Thread: 11.2 CD Labels

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    Default 11.2 CD Labels

    Hey folks,
    I just put together some CD labels for 11.2 since there haven't been any new ones in a while.

    You can find them here:
    CD and DVD - openSUSE

    I'm curious as to your feedback... Do you like/dislike? Why/why not?

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    I like them! Too bad I've got no hardware to print it in full color right on the DVD.

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    Thanks!

    Perhaps those printable labels you can buy for CDs would work... I've had no problems with them before, but you do have to center them correctly on the CD.(if you don't, the disc unbalances and that's when drives have trouble reading them)

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    Default Re: 11.2 CD Labels

    Super Artwork. Has anyone tried printing them in mono on a lightscribe disc?

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    I hadn't thought of that- while I do have lightscribe discs.

    It would probably still look good- see the attached- I dropped the saturation to 0% and upped the brightness a touch.

    A good trick for LS discs is to burn the same label image twice- it enhances the contrast (but edges may get a bit fuzzy).

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    Vintage PC,
    It's fantastic. If I able to download the openSUSE 11.2, I will certainly use it.
    I have a lightscribe here but haven't tried it. Maybe it's about time to search around on how to use the lightscribe in linux. I think even printing in mono your work will still be pretty because the tone variations were neatly done.
    People who do not break things first will never learn to create anything

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    Thanks- glad to hear you like it- I put a lot of work in to getting the layout to balance nicely. If the labels are very well received, I will maintain them for future versions as well.

    (There is Lightscribe software for Linux, called "4L" or something like that, as well as a bunch of base packages. I think they were published by LaCie.)

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    Default Re: 11.2 CD Labels

    On 2009-11-07, VintagePC <VintagePC@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

    > You can find them here:
    > 'CD and DVD - openSUSE' (http://en.opensuse.org/CD_and_DVD)
    >
    > I'm curious as to your feedback... Do you like/dislike? Why/why not?


    Very nice indeed, especially the fact you inclmude the content in the
    design, rather than just mension in text.

    Very Nice.

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    Default Re: 11.2 CD Labels

    I added the icons for two reasons
    - to spice up the CD cover
    - To make it easy to discern what the CD is at a glance (for those of us that may burn multiple versions).

    My little contribution to make openSUSE even better than it already is...

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    Default Re: 11.2 CD Labels

    Can't wait to put the labels on the CD. I really like them

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