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Old 12th January 2015, 02:44 AM
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Show your desktop screenshot


this is my fedora core 21 with gnome shell
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Old 12th January 2015, 11:04 AM
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Re: Show your desktop screenshot


another screenshot
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Old 13th January 2015, 12:55 AM
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next screenshot
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Old 13th January 2015, 05:04 AM
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final :
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Old 13th January 2015, 05:37 PM
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Re: Show your desktop screenshot

Hi, what's that youtube application?
Because you're so enthusiastic I'll post my desktop too.

It is nothing fancy though because it is a fairly fresh installation.
The background comes from the just released Patterned Wallpapers extension (this one is actually a bit harsh on the eyes but looks great in the overview).
At the left I got the dash to dock extension and at the bottem Plank is shown (a bit redundant but I like the different behavior, is lightweight and it works in other DE).
I think I am starting to get a bit bored with the default icons so I'll probably install the Ultra Flat Icon pack.
offtopic - the image upload seems broken -
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Old 13th January 2015, 05:49 PM
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Re: Show your desktop screenshot

SMPlayer Youtube Browser, on the top panel of his screenshot

edit - file attachments are broken and have been for a while. the forum has been moved to a new type of server (Amazon) so some teething problems being ironed out still.

Here's my latest. MATE-Compiz with a Porsche 918 slideshow. The slideshows are basic XML scripts. you create a folder with the images in, add the script and select the XML file (I copied the F21-extras file and modified it) when you click the +Add button in the background dialogue.

desktop -
folder contents -

Here's the xml file code for the background slideshow as an example:
Code:
<background>
  <starttime>
    <year>2014</year>
    <month>12</month>
    <day>31</day>
    <hour>00</hour>
    <minute>00</minute>
    <second>00</second>
  </starttime>

  <static>
    <duration>1800.0</duration>
    <file>/home/michael/Pictures/Wallpapers/Porsche 918/001.jpg</file>
  </static>

  <static>
    <duration>1800.0</duration>
    <file>/home/michael/Pictures/Wallpapers/Porsche 918/002.jpg</file>
  </static>

  <static>
    <duration>1800.0</duration>
    <file>/home/michael/Pictures/Wallpapers/Porsche 918/003.jpg</file>
  </static>

  <static>
    <duration>1800.0</duration>
    <file>/home/michael/Pictures/Wallpapers/Porsche 918/004.jpg</file>
  </static>

  <static>
    <duration>1800.0</duration>
    <file>/home/michael/Pictures/Wallpapers/Porsche 918/005.jpg</file>
  </static>

  <static>
    <duration>1800.0</duration>
    <file>/home/michael/Pictures/Wallpapers/Porsche 918/006.jpg</file>
  </static>

  <static>
    <duration>1800.0</duration>
    <file>/home/michael/Pictures/Wallpapers/Porsche 918/007.jpg</file>
  </static>

  <static>
    <duration>1800.0</duration>
    <file>/home/michael/Pictures/Wallpapers/Porsche 918/008.jpg</file>
  </static>

  <static>
    <duration>1800.0</duration>
    <file>/home/michael/Pictures/Wallpapers/Porsche 918/009.jpg</file>
  </static>

  <static>
    <duration>1800.0</duration>
    <file>/home/michael/Pictures/Wallpapers/Porsche 918/010.jpg</file>
  </static>

  <static>
    <duration>1800.0</duration>
    <file>/home/michael/Pictures/Wallpapers/Porsche 918/011.jpg</file>
  </static>

  <static>
    <duration>1800.0</duration>
    <file>/home/michael/Pictures/Wallpapers/Porsche 918/012.jpg</file>
  </static>

  <static>
    <duration>1800.0</duration>
    <file>/home/michael/Pictures/Wallpapers/Porsche 918/013.jpg</file>
  </static>

</background>
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Old 14th January 2015, 12:34 AM
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Re: Show your desktop screenshot

Quote:
Originally Posted by Dutchy View Post
Hi, what's that youtube application?
Because you're so enthusiastic I'll post my desktop too.

It is nothing fancy though because it is a fairly fresh installation.
The background comes from the just released Patterned Wallpapers extension (this one is actually a bit harsh on the eyes but looks great in the overview).
At the left I got the dash to dock extension and at the bottem Plank is shown (a bit redundant but I like the different behavior, is lightweight and it works in other DE).
I think I am starting to get a bit bored with the default icons so I'll probably install the Ultra Flat Icon pack.
offtopic - the image upload seems broken -
ah,thank you !your desktop look cute too
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Old 23rd January 2015, 01:50 AM
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Re: Show your desktop screenshot

here is a screen shot of my desktop. sorry I cant seem to get even a 22.7kb jpg to attach to this post.

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Old 23rd January 2015, 03:01 AM
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here is a screen shot of my desktop. sorry I cant seem to get even a 22.7kb jpg to attach to this post.
you can post your screenshot into a web like http://postimage.org/
then insert link to this forums
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Old 23rd January 2015, 03:34 AM
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Re: Show your desktop screenshot

I think first time posters are not allowed attachments,
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Old 23rd January 2015, 11:12 AM
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Re: Show your desktop screenshot

attachments are seemingly broken at present anyhow unfortunately
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Old 24th January 2015, 07:11 PM
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Re: Show your desktop screenshot



My fedora 21 Cinnamon desktop
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Old 27th January 2015, 01:39 AM
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Re: Show your desktop screenshot

here is a second attempt at showing my desktop.still no luck but I did manage to get an album started and post a screenshot to the album. just look in all albums.

Last edited by leeper69; 27th January 2015 at 01:57 AM. Reason: cant load attchment or url.
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Old 27th January 2015, 09:51 AM
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Re: Show your desktop screenshot

nice leopard. you can always upload an image to A N Other image host and insert the link like so in the post:

Code:
[ IMG]http://example.org/example.png[/IMG]
(without the space in [IMG]. I just put that in so it wouldn't be recognised as an actual image reference by the forum.
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Re: Show your desktop screenshot

I'll confirm that the "attachment" issue is real and affects everyone, including Admins and CM's. We're working on the problem (well, the "we" is those who have skills, not me). For the moment, don't bother trying to upload directly, it just doesn't work.
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