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the icons are from random themes the background is from the gdm them easeof ubuntu (i also added the blue logo) the start button i made

jiiprah

13 years ago

the start button resembles Window too much. It has an OSX and Windows, combination look.

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myusername

14 years ago

true...i wish i could make the background logo transparent but i cant see to figure it out

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tripod4

14 years ago

love the icons they integrate really well, the wallpaper needs a bit of work though i think (the black outline looks to thick and jagged) the start button looks alrite i would only suggest that you make the black outline either non-existant or thinner

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myusername

14 years ago

im not completely sure..but it wont let me change it anyway so...

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Shagbag

14 years ago

I see you've used that blue start button. I think it integrates well with the rest of your blue theme.

I'm not to keen on the massive ubuntu logo, but there you have it: each to his own.

What's your screen resolution? It looks quite small.

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