Aurora Australis

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Based off the mac Aurora Borealis but not copied. Entirely my own work from scratch.
I also have a red/brown version i might add later.

Anyway hope you like :)

Updated With 1200x800

Majki-Fajki

11 years ago

Please add widescreen and You have my vote:)

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hyperdude111

11 years ago

Wide screen coming soon.

What resolution would you like?

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Majki-Fajki

11 years ago

Thanks!
But what are the black borders for and something is with the color palette - the transitions aren't smooth...

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hyperdude111

11 years ago

Black Borders? I don't have any, not too pleased about the transitions but in my newer artwork (Unreleased) I have sorted that out. I might release a new version with he transitions fixed.

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Majki-Fajki

11 years ago

Sorry - EOG showed me some crazy black borders:) All is fine, except color transitions.

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Majki-Fajki

11 years ago

1280x800 ?

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donoterase

11 years ago

I agree. Very similar to mac's default wallpaper. I'm just curious...when linux offers the ability to customise your desktop to virtually how you want it, why do people opt to make it look like a mac? I'm not bagging on anyone, just curious.

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hyperdude111

11 years ago

I hate the whole mac lookalike thing and windows, but I do accept there are some thing both OS's have done right. So i use mac like wallpapers not the same but similar, and I love the dock its just so beautiful.

On KDE i like the default so i change little but the wallpaper.

So I suppose it is your own choice, although at a glance my system looks like a mac wannabe it uses different icons and the gtk themes is completely different. I even made an extra effort to make this more blue than purple/pink to make it less mac like.

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linuxluver

11 years ago

This looks a lot like a Mac wallpaper. Maybe it's just me though...

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UbuntuLee

11 years ago

See those nasty gradient marks? Where colors fade they leave behind a nasty line instead of a smooth transition. Add a touch of noise to the aurora layer. Like .8 noise monochrome. It should kill the nasty lines.

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