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Re: Fedora Infinity Update



I quite like the Infinitelines-overlay2 myself.  The
Inifinitelines-divide reminds me of Ubuntu.  The first overlap is nice
too just doesn't seem to have as much breadth and fullness as the 2nd.


On Mon, 2007-08-13 at 16:09 +0200, Martin Sourada wrote:
> I put together in gimp some different colour variants of the fourth
> wallpaper, as I like that one most of all. The purple somehow reminds me
> of Christmas - not a good thing in the middle of summer :-D... So I made
> in inkscape two blue gradients (brigther and darker) and in gimp
> desaturated the original version and combined it variously with the
> gradients. The first one [1] I include only because I think there is
> some feeling in it, but it's not good for default Fedora wallpaper...
> Its too bright and has no trace of blue ;-) But it's somehow mystical...
> The second [2] is light blue and third [3] is darker blue. The dark one
> seems to look best on a desktop.
> 
> Máirín, do you want me to do a screenshots of your wallpapers together
> with rawhide's default gnome theme? I don't run rawhide, but use the
> nodoka theme which was recently made rawhide's default and also have
> installed the rawhide's default icons (which are the same as in Fedora
> 7). However, IMHO, the wallpapers fit Echo icons better than the Mist
> ones... Do you have any special request as to what app(s) should be used
> on it? Note, however, that I have wide (16:10) screen so the wallpapers
> will be cut...
> 
> Martin
> 
> References:
> [1]
> http://mso.fedorapeople.org/wallpapers/infinitelines-divide_1600x1200.png
> [2]
> http://mso.fedorapeople.org/wallpapers/infinitelines-overlay_1600x1200.png
> [3]
> http://mso.fedorapeople.org/wallpapers/infinitelines-overlay2_1600x1200.png
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