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This is my first ever upload to GNOME-Look.

For those who like a retro look. Instead of the Mac happy face, I've put Tux on my desktop.

Feel free to change colour or size to suit your plain desktop.

Tux is off-set by 20 degrees.

cygnus77

11 years ago

hi,

very nice. where can i get the theme.
i'm looking so long for it?

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abh83

12 years ago

not bad i like the old mac style. one of the first computers i ever used!

btw. what wallpaper are u using? care to share? :)

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sterek

12 years ago

Thanks for your comment.

The desktop is a plain solid colour: H=217, S=65, V=70. Tux is set as back-ground, tiled.

I'm using Clearlooks with Classic window border (downloaded from GNOME-Look - thanks to the original artist) and Mashup icons (again, thanks to the original artist).

I downloaded a Linux 2.0 logo, extracted Tux and applied transparency and monotone colour. It can now be resized and recoloured in GIMP.

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