Linux Evolution 2

KDE 3.x Splash Screens

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Hi

This is my second KDE Splash Screen.

It based on the Wallpapers from peterpan.

(http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=2454

Thx http://www.tsamedien.com/ for the Evolution pics and the authorisation to use it.

Feedback is welcome.

cu all

TOD

No liability is assumed for damages to hard and software !!

blazingisotope

14 years ago

There's actually a really easy way to fix this.

1. Right click -> Extract here.
2. Enter directory.
3. Open the two pictures that have writing on them in the GIMP.
4. Use a white brush to erase all the writing.
5. Use a white filler and click in where you erased to fix the shading.
6. Take a black brush and delete all the German writing.
7. Click the T, drag your text box across the black area and type away to your heart's content with correct spelling and all.
8. Repackage as tar.gz.
9. Install away.

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wrvond

15 years ago

I really like the concept of this as a splash and as wallpaper. However, misspelling "copyright" kind of ruins it for me. Details make all the difference.

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TOD

15 years ago

Hi

I use : Copyrigth Illustration : www.tsamedien.com from the Mail from tsamedien.com i just copy and past it in the pic.

HTH

TOD

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