Monthly screenshots?

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Monthly screenshots?

Postby regeya » 2004-09-18 04:13

I don't know that there would be any interest here, but on the official Gentoo forums, one thing that's done regularly is a monthly screenshot collection. Any interest? Well, even if there's not, here's mine:

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Pretty pedestrian stuff: KDE 3.3, default Crystal icons, QtCurve icon theme, custom colorscheme.

I'd suggest a couple of rules, if there is any interest: deleting "nice BG; link?" and "OMFG Nice!" posts (Gentoo's forums has about 10 of these per 1 screenshot) and, please, if you must use an img tag, make the img link to a thumbnail. :D
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Postby Arti » 2004-09-19 01:26

How do I create screenshot ? :oops:
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Postby Jeroen » 2004-09-19 16:03

In Gnome, default install: 'Actions', 'Make Screenshot'.

I assume KDE has a similar easy interface, otherwise, I guess google can help you easily on this?
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Postby Devastator » 2004-09-20 21:30

Install imagemagick, then you can do:

import -w root screenshot.png

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Postby startx » 2004-09-21 04:21

How do I create screenshot ?

if you use gimp:

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Postby suntsu » 2004-09-21 05:25

If you are useing kde, ksnapshot.

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Postby regeya » 2004-09-25 02:04

:cry:

Ah, well. At least some people have learned what apps they need to use to make screenshots. :D
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Postby -i- » 2004-09-26 18:22

And here's mine
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Postby Roeland » 2004-10-06 22:12

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Postby Denstark » 2004-10-11 18:42

w00t, first post.

Here is my screenshot: http://denstark.homelinux.org/screenshots.php
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Postby Jeroen » 2004-10-11 19:05

After years of gnome, I installed ion2 today, and I must say: I like it. You won't loose any windows anymore!

the mgm system montitoring is what I installed now that I miss my nice gnome applets, but I'm not yet very happy with it. Unfortunately, the gnome applets don't work in ion. Also too bad of the easy calender that is easily accessible from gnome too.

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Postby Maurice » 2004-10-11 20:39

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Postby Roeland » 2004-11-04 19:33

Been using Window Maker for a week now, and I think I'll stick with it... Lightning fast, feels just great...

http://www.linux-box.nl/~roeland/screen ... p-xorg.png

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Postby kryptos » 2004-11-05 12:20

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