Splash Screens by jEsuSdA

KDE 3.x Splash Screens

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Description:

A cool set of splash screens for applications like Gimp, OpenOffice, Scribus, Quanta, Amarok, KMymoney and GXine, that you can download and install easyly.

Collaboration is required: you can download the xcf sources and create new splash screens for others applications.
Last changelog:

13 years ago

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* Updated URL.

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Versión 1.0.2

* Background Changed to avoid license problems. Now the background has been made by me and it is 100% GPL.

* Added GAIM splash screen.

* Updated installer script.
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Mirrakor

13 years ago

uhm..
ooosplash="/usr/lib/ooo-2.0/program/intro.bmp" [yeah, path is modified for SuSE...]
and
cp ooo-splash.bmp $ooosplash 2> /dev/null

is that correct?

[btw. for SuSE 10.2 users:You'll have to overwrite openintro_suse.bmp ]

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Mirrakor

13 years ago

I've different paths in SuSE 10.2, here the ones I know:

amarok="/opt/kde3/share/apps/amarok/images/splash_screen.png"
quanta="/opt/kde3/share/apps/quanta/toolbar/quantalogo.png"
gimpsplash="/opt/gnome/share/gimp/2.0/images/gimp-splash.png"
ooosplash="/usr/lib/ooo-2.0/program/intro.bmp"

Well now some guess - which I don't know for sure but I could bet they're right:
kmymoney="/opt/kde3/share/apps/kmymoney2/pics/startlogo.png"
gaim="/opt/gnome/share/pixmaps/gaim/logo.png"

well the main thing is SuSE splittet those apps in /opt/ sorted in kde3 and gnome, but I guess after reading the paths, you already figured it out..

YOU HAVE TO MODIFY THE PATHS IN install.sh [only SuSE 10.2 users - maybe other SuSE versions too?]

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popcornmaker

13 years ago

it would be nice if you could create a program that automatically applies this splash screen to every program that starts kind of like how older versions of gnome would do

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eeproms

13 years ago

For those who are new this is how you install it.


1. download tar.bz2 package (not the source package) then open a terminal

2.type: cd /home/user_name/where/you/put/file/

3. type: tar jxvf splash[TAB] [ENTER]

4. type: cd splash[TAB]

5. swap to root (in ubuntu/kubuntu its "sudo -i" or in fedora/redhat/suse/mandriva "su") then .

6. type ./install

7. your done now type "exit" and close the terminal.

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eeproms

13 years ago

For those who are new this is how you install it.


1. download splash-screens-1.02.tar.bz2 package (not the source package) then save it to your /home/user_name/Documents directory

2.type: cd /home/user_name/Documents

3. type: tar jxvf splash[TAB] [ENTER]

4. type: cd splash[TAB]

5. There are two options here.
a: For Ubuntu/Kubuntu type sudo ./install.sh
b: For redhat/suse/mandriva type su -C ./install.sh


7. your done now type "exit" and close the terminal.Sometimes in this age of high technology the best tool is a rock.

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eeproms

13 years ago

For those who are new this is how you install it.


1. download tar.bz2 package (not the source package) then open a terminal

2.type: cd /home/user_name/where/you/put/file/

3. type: tar jxvf splash[TAB] [ENTER]

4. type: cd splash[TAB]

5. swap to root (in ubuntu/kubuntu its "sudo -i" or in fedora/redhat/suse/mandriva "su") then .

6. type ./install

7. your done now type "exit" and close the terminal.

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eeproms

13 years ago

For those who are new this is how you install it.


1. download tar.bz2 package (not the source package) then open a terminal

2.type: cd /home/user_name/where/you/put/file/

3. type: tar jxvf splash[TAB] [ENTER]

4. type: cd splash[TAB]

5. swap to root (in ubuntu/kubuntu its "sudo -i" or in fedora/redhat/suse/mandriva "su") then .

6. type ./install

7. your done now type "exit" and close the terminal.

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angrykeyboarder

13 years ago

I was redirected to a page that wasn't in English and I have no idea what to do from there.

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nbensa

13 years ago

That's spanish.

Is _reaaally_ THAT hard to look for a link of a tarball or something!??

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angrykeyboarder

13 years ago

What was it?

Curiously,

me

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giebae

14 years ago

Nice splash

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orychalk

14 years ago

The link is KO ;(

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abhay

14 years ago

Amazing work dude. Excellent work!!!

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Emx

14 years ago

Man, this looks really nice!

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PieKey

14 years ago

Very good work, dude!

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dorious

14 years ago

I think that your background isn't GPL'ed.

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jesusda

14 years ago

Now all is fine!

A new Background has been added, and the first non-gpl background has been removed!

Thanks!

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jesusda

14 years ago

Maybe! it was downloaded by google image search!

I will chage it in the future. ;)

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aergern

14 years ago

Yes, downloaded via google or not. It's OS X 10.4's default background. :/

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neverrust

14 years ago

fine work, i love it :D

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13 years ago

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* Updated URL.

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Versión 1.0.2

* Background Changed to avoid license problems. Now the background has been made by me and it is 100% GPL.

* Added GAIM splash screen.

* Updated installer script.
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