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post #21 of 49
Anyone else want to step in and take charge of graphics? We could really use some XFCE styling.
post #22 of 49
Trying to replace me eh? Just kidding, but don't you want more wallpapers?

Also, am I still on the team?
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post #23 of 49
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Trying to replace me eh? Just kidding, but don't you want more wallpapers?

Also, am I still on the team?
I was referring to the OP of the thread, you are more than welcome to take over as graphics lead.
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I was referring to the OP of the thread, you are more than welcome to take over as graphics lead.
Sure, I can do BGs like crazy!

Just I need some help on figuring out how to make skins....
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post #25 of 49
Skins for what? Also if you could, we could use an XFCE launch icon. Not sure on the dimensions, you'll have to look that up.
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Skins for what? Also if you could, we could use an XFCE launch icon. Not sure on the dimensions, you'll have to look that up.
What is the size of the average icon? Can you at least take a picture of the OS so I can see what it looks like and make an estimate?
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post #27 of 49
typically for launchers and menu items the icon is 48x48, but it can be any size smaller than that, maybe even bigger, not sure if the menu will resize it or not, but i always make them 48x48 and the work out fine.
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typically for launchers and menu items the icon is 48x48, but it can be any size smaller than that, maybe even bigger, not sure if the menu will resize it or not, but i always make them 48x48 and the work out fine.
Thanks for that input. I'm feeling just a simple OCN flame for the launcher.
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I'm sorry I haven't been around. I have been pretty busy with work and other projects like fixing my computer.
    
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I'm sorry I haven't been around. I have been pretty busy with work and other projects like fixing my computer.
That's fine, that's why this is a community project. We'd be more than happy to have any contributions to the project.
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