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The Post your Desktop Thread
#41
JeanetteSimon116 Wrote:Hehe Smile
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Nice. Did you make this yourself? Smile

BTW, if you want, you could post what kind of computer that you have, such as processor, RAM, etc.
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#42
Yep, with Calendarika. Smile
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#43
Updates:
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Dongwa's wallpaper have been cropped this time around so it isn't distorted on a 16x9 screen.

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Restored wallpaper on Clementine.

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Restored wallpaper on BingoBeaver

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Maxwell test.

Moved everything to XFCE, because it's lightweight and not to bling-y Tongue
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#44
RAMChYLD Wrote:Moved everything to XFCE, because it's lightweight and not to bling-y Tongue

Well, you know me...I prefer the bling. I believe that if the processor/GPU are fast enough, the extra visual bling doesn't affect performance.

Later...I shall place Wendell's desktop picture here, but I may switch distros again. PCLinuxOS works fine, but some games don't work if I have the ATI drivers installed.
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#45
cpd2009 Wrote:
RAMChYLD Wrote:Moved everything to XFCE, because it's lightweight and not to bling-y Tongue

Well, you know me...I prefer the bling. I believe that if the processor/GPU are fast enough, the extra visual bling doesn't affect performance.
Well, I want the GPU to be able to put everything it's got into the target program and not focus on the window decos. It's all about getting the maximum possible framerate and minimum possible lag in games.

Also, I noticed from the GKrellM readout that the CPU and GPUs run much cooler since the switch.
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#46
Lilly

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Greta

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Wendell

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#47
Here is Herman's current desktop, or home screen wallpaper...

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I made this in Adobe Photoshop CS2, and it's probably my best character extraction. Herman is sourced from a screencap from "The Poky Little Puppy's First Christmas". BTW, Herman is smiling, but the camera didn't pick it up that well.


Here is Herman's app screen...
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Most of my games are on this screen, but I may have to rearrange stuff yet again once I acquire more games.

This is where my camera's 16:9 photo size comes in handy, since I'm not able to do a direct screen capture from Herman. Android 4.0 is supposed to have a print screen capability by pressing the home button and volume up buttons IIRC, but the rocker switch on Herman is only for Home and Menu, not volume.
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#48
[Image: GretaDesktop_081412.jpg]

Greta's desktop was normally her namesake, but I found this at a children's illustrators website. I'm not sure what the rabbit and fox (or dog, not sure) are doing...are they getting ready for a potato sack race? Is the fox/dog/whatever a criminal and the rabbit trying to play superhero? Who knows?

It's made it's way to Greta's desktop as of today.

Got it from here...I had to print screen it off since the site is built with Flash.
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#49
A screencap of Emily's homescreen:
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Eva

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Eve
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