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    My almost stock openSUSE 11.3 notebook:




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    Quote Originally Posted by ah7013 View Post
    Nice. I like the background
    Thanks . It's bassically just "bluecurve" from the kde art package, brought in to GIMP and colour balanced to green.

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    now that I know how to post pics the way I want, here's my screenshot...

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    Smeegol on my ASUS netbook

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    Kick Ass! https://web.archive.org/web/20130106180239/http://blog.hennevogel.de/kick-ass/

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    I'm blown away by all of these. Mine is so amateurish in comparison but here goes. I was hoping for a Mac look.

    Blue air theme
    Window Menubar on top panel
    Smooth tasks on bottom panel
    Not sure where I got the background.



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    Does anybody change their theme with the holiday/season (e.g. I see DiscipleDOC and it makes me think of Halloween)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dragonbite View Post
    Does anybody change their theme with the holiday/season (e.g. I see DiscipleDOC and it makes me think of Halloween)?
    I haven't done it in the past but this year I'm thinking of doing a christmas theme
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neopolo View Post
    I'm blown away by all of these. Mine is so amateurish in comparison but here goes. I was hoping for a Mac look.

    Blue air theme
    Window Menubar on top panel
    Smooth tasks on bottom panel
    Not sure where I got the background.


    How do you get the window toolbar on top like that? I remember there was a way in KDE 3 a while ago, but I haven't fooled around with KDE 4 enough to have run across it and it bite me!
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