Free as in Beauty

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Description:

This is a set of wallpapers inspired on Elegant Brit. Just a simple improvisation. Other wallpapers or further improvements might come along soon.

The wallpapers 1, 3 and 4 are mine, and the number 2 was a wonderful contribution from DasGewitter. All four wallpapers are inside a TAR.GZ archive, both in the 4:3 and the widescreen format. I'm directly providing the SVG files, but I'm open to other requests.
Last changelog:

11 years ago

1.0.1: Added a fourth wallpaper; all text is now vectorized;
1.0.2: Changed the "Linux" designation to a stylized version of "GNU/Linux". Please evaluate.

kiwiremysaotome

11 years ago

Holy crap... These are AWESOME!

Great wallpapers! (And distro neutral, too.)

Awesome job!

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Cisoun

11 years ago

Very simple, nice design and the SVG file format is very useful for these wallpapers!
Good work!

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auntaunt

11 years ago

Ossum walls Fabio! Elegant Brit has almost become a complete suite! GTK, metacity, mac menu compatibility, splash screen, wall.... absolutely fantastic!

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SchattenGessang

11 years ago

Very good job =) So simplt and clear for using with Brit

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OasisGames

11 years ago

Make one more and I'll replace my UN flag set. They all look great.

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fmrbpensador

11 years ago

This newest update now includes a fourth wallpaper. Try it on!

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arkanus

11 years ago

Oh; forgot to say; I recommnd you to convert the text to vectorial objects, because the liberation fonts aren't in the ubuntu repos (and with other sans fonts the text goes outside the white rectangle)

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fmrbpensador

11 years ago

Hello there! Thanks for pointing that out, I didn't remember that. I'll research now about how to convert text to a vectorial object using Inkscape (I only have very basic notions about how to use it).

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OasisGames

11 years ago

Select the text, then under "Path" click "Convert Object to Path"

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fmrbpensador

11 years ago

Thanks for the advice! You guys are awesome. Now all text is vectorized. Try it on!

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arkanus

11 years ago

path/object to path should do the trick;
en español es trazo/objeto a trazo je!

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arkanus

11 years ago

SVGs FTW!

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11 years ago

1.0.1: Added a fourth wallpaper; all text is now vectorized;
1.0.2: Changed the "Linux" designation to a stylized version of "GNU/Linux". Please evaluate.

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