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Eugene Trotsan
Acqua with Dropshadows - l3m flavoured

KDE 3.x Window Decorations by l3m 65 comments

...but, it'd be nice if the shadow actually picked up WM border shape and appeared accordingly, i.e. curved shadow. Nice work! - Feb 22 2003
Dragin' Snail splash

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by Skeksis 5 comments

Subtle... :) - Dec 02 2002

Various Stuff by yf12s 32 comments

How did you get those AA fonts on KDE? The ones that KDE has now look ugly. GNOME2's were like that as well, but apparently RH has patched their GNOME, so you can optimize AA for laptop displays, etc... - Oct 21 2002
KSplash/ML (Release 0.95.3)

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by detsaot 57 comments

This rocks! Do you think it would be possible to make something like LogonXP to replace kdm? - Jun 18 2002

Icon Sub-Sets by pure 6 comments

Actually, I really like the icons how they actually are on the screenshot. Do you think you could scan them and pack them as an icon theme? - Jun 13 2002
kde3 xp style

KDE 3.5 Themes by speleoalex 265 comments

Looks like something from the telletubbies. I appreciate the effort though, although it is probably wasted... - Jun 12 2002
kde3 xp style

KDE 3.5 Themes by speleoalex 265 comments

chmod +x script-name and then run it - Jun 12 2002

Screensavers by metallman 18 comments

Neat! - Jun 09 2002
Windows Media Player

Noatun Skins by asifalirizwaan 12 comments

Why are you people always coming up with the Windows stuff? This is not what this site, and *ix, is about. Why immitate the meek? I mean, stuff like CrossOver, Wine, VMware and all that crap is just ruining it all for Linux. If people were putting their efforts into the ways of the righteousness, we could have had Office XP scrapped, not trying to get it going uder X. Yuck!! Dude, no offence, I respect your efforts, but really, don't you think it's a little twisted having an app resembling all the forces of evil put together staring at you from X? - Apr 29 2002
Why do I need Windows???

KDE Plasma Screenshots by renoken 27 comments

In that case your company is not very well organised if it doesn't provide appropriate means for efficient companycustomer interaction. Why don't they have some Win boxes for testing and commnunicating w/ the customers, and have Linux for development. You also have to agree that it's not only businesses that use CrossOver and alike, to say the least. Most of software like this is probably used at home. And in the unlikely even that SO or OO can't do the job, I'll go back to my original question - Why not put the same effort making Linux software work better - not Windows. - Apr 22 2002
Why do I need Windows???

KDE Plasma Screenshots by renoken 27 comments

Don't you thing they should be putting more effort in developing quality software for Linux rather thatn trying to support windows apps? With Wine, Crossover and stuff like that, Linux is never going to make it to the full. Besides, it disgusts me running win software on Linux... - Apr 21 2002