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jakamoko

Simon Jessop
Plastik for Firefox

Various KDE 1.-4. Styles by djworld 167 comments

I still prefer Firefox to Konq for two reasons - extensions (web development aids mostly) and the find toolbar.This theme makes using firefox on kde a much more pleasant experience. Thanks. - Apr 21 2006
omicrOn

Icon Sub-Sets by jLisec 10 comments

It's good to see the new icons, keep up the good work.

Regarding my earlier comment about the 'encrypted' mimetype I was thinking to have it on the same background as the others, like the box on the .tgz icon, replacing the box with the safe and saying 'Encrypted' rather than 'Archive". Anyway, I dont' mind it either way. - Oct 18 2005
minimalist

Karamba & Superkaramba by dmnet 3 comments

Of course, I should have Googled it: just add device="wlan0" after sensor=network (if not specified it defaults to eth0 presumably) - Sep 30 2005
minimalist

Karamba & Superkaramba by dmnet 3 comments

I really like this, it just sits there providing the info clearly wihtout shouting "look at me" and also the way you provide each monitor as a separate theme (saves lots of fiddling around adding and removing components in the theme file).

Just a question: I've changed the interface in the network theme to wlan0 (I'm on a home wireles network) which shows up the received bytes (bottom left values) but I don't get any graph or in/out data rates. I'm still using sensor=network, do I need to change this to something else for a wireless interface?

Thanks for the theme. - Sep 29 2005
omicrOn

Icon Sub-Sets by jLisec 10 comments

I also like them - they look different to the popular icon sets, they are colourful, not too complicated and fun.

Few suggestions/questions/observations:

- Why is the "encrypted" mimetype icon so different to the others? I think it would look better if it followed the same pattern?
- It would be nice to have one of the preview pictures on here showing a number of different icons (more people would look at a preview than would download)
- Some of the mimetypes icons (eg txt) have a shadow others (eg svg) don't - I guess you probably know this already and just haven't got round to it yet - I think the ones with a shadow look good
- The OpenOffice icon is really nice, going to start using that now

More of the same will be great. - Sep 15 2005