The way a screenshot should be!

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To the community,
I am posting this less as a screenshot to show off my desktop and more of an example of what a screenshot should be. The download includes Debian installers and artwork used to achieve this screenshot. Maybe we could use autopackages that are platform independant or perhaps just link to the content. At any rate, users shouldn't have to ask "what is that?" or "where can I find that?"---those questions should already be answered by the poster. For example: The wallpaper and kbfx button are mine. The style is Lipstick with Vistesque mod. The windeco is Dekorator with the Blended theme. All are available (for Debian compatible) in the download. The vista-lipstick was originally an rpm that I alien'd. The color scheme is, well, blue and white (c'mon! its just a color scheme---do I really need to include it?) I didn't include the icons either (they are Cezanne).
This is just the way I think screenshots would be more usefull. If you agree, vote "good" or better yet, just do the same.
Thanks,
Andrew Enyart

dec0ding

14 years ago

what iconset are you using, again?

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imoore

14 years ago

How do you get the menu bar to be blue and the toolbar background and other parts of the window to be grey? I can only select Window Background in the colour control panel, which changes both the menu bar and toolbar background.

Cheers,
ian

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franzf

14 years ago

Thats a mod on Lipstik, that patches some Lipstik-Styles...

-> Lipstik Vistesque

There are packages on kde-look.org.
HF

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dec0ding

14 years ago

what iconset are you using?

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