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    Cool Totally 3 Dimensional Desktop ScreenShots and Tutorial :D

    Hey, I wanted to show everybody what I have achieved tonight...
    The images are large but it's worth the wait, I can promit you



    And remember, If there is any question, I'm here to help
    Enjoy the view my friends

    Jonathan
    --- Escuse my bad english, I'm french... lol

    ps: For the tutorial go to page 3 !
    Last edited by jon1012; 23rd September 2004 at 12:27 AM. Reason: Added a tutorial

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    i've seen this before....whats name of app you used?

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    i wanna know too is that a window manager?
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    Je suis tres impressionner...



    Comment as-tu fais pour faire ca?

    I wanna know what app you used, thats really cool...please give us instructions on how to recreate this screenshot.

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    very cool...is it something like matisse?...or looking glass?...or something new?
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    some one actually posted that before and i just dont remember the name of the thread...but its here in the forum for sure......

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    Smile So, some explanations :)

    Well, first, I've just took these screenshots, so I don't think it's a repost (and I've achieved this only tonight...) (or the time-machine have been invented ? lol)

    So, I'm using Gnome, FVWM, Metisse, Xorg 6.8, and some home-made scripts as a glue for all this (and also an home-made port of the fvwm qnx theme on metisse)
    If you want I can also make a little tutorial, but it's not for beginners I'm afraid... (But maybe I'll have the courage to make a nice lttle installer )

    Jonathan
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    yes please post it
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    Jon, as long as you have us all intrigued, can you give us some idea of your system specs and whether a poor ol' Athalon XP1600 and a gig of ram might be able to handle it? IF SO, please quit your day job and work on that installer, mon ami!
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    Lightbulb

    I have to go to a driving lesson for now, but when I'll be back I'll start writing a tutorial

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    More importantly, nice icons! Gant icons are so cool...

    Oh yeah, nice desktop too

    Olivier

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    We are all looking forward to the tutorial.
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    Ne vous inquietez pas, jon1012. Il y des francophones qui peuvent vous comprendre.

    I am curious to see what method you used for simulate a 3D desktop. 3ddesks keep crashing when I tried to start it.
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