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post #11 of 49
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That'll do, here is the wallpaper, made by yours truly


They were done rather quickly since no one gave me a specific
Nice but I don't feel that it is technically appropriate

We need something more technology and overclock.net directed. If I were to use OCNix, say, to test something on my Grandmother's computer (or a young child's computer), I would not feel comfortable with this in front of them.
post #12 of 49
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Nice but I don't feel that it is technically appropriate

We need something more technology and overclock.net directed. If I were to use OCNix, say, to test something on my Grandmother's computer (or a young child's computer), I would not feel comfortable with this in front of them.
So true, but we can keep this for the guys right?

Let me to get to work on more
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post #13 of 49
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So true, but we can keep this for the guys right?

Let me to get to work on more
We can include it on the distro for users to select though
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Yes, I always wanted to see my work, on the big screen. *crying tears of joy*

lol

Edit: Also if there are credits for the OS, on a website or something, I really would like for my name to be in the graphics credits
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post #15 of 49
1600x1200 Resolution (was the resolution of bg :s )


Edited by assaulth3ro911 - 2/11/11 at 8:18am
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post #16 of 49
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1600x1200 Resolution (was the resolution of bg :s )

I like it. Could you do a 16:9 and 16:10 version (1920x1080 and 1920x 1200)? Should just be a matter of vertical cropping.
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Well I could do that, but I am very much afraid that it will lose precious quality which will be easily recognized at such resolutions.
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One consequence of using my ocn theme is that Chrome's Application Shortcut feature looks great:



It would be great to have OCNix come with Chrome with a Chrome OCN app in the menu.
    
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One consequence of using my ocn theme is that Chrome's Application Shortcut feature looks great:



It would be great to have OCNix come with Chrome with a Chrome OCN app in the menu.
Sweet I'll look into doing that.
post #20 of 49
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Well I could do that, but I am very much afraid that it will lose precious quality which will be easily recognized at such resolutions.
If you re-make it at the highest possible resolution X can handle (2560x1600?), it can be downscaled for the lower resolutions
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