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everettattebury

Everett Attebury Sarasota, FL, United States of America
Equinox GTK Engine

GTK2 Themes by tiheum 257 comments

I noticed that you have linked to this theme from your deviant art page with this link: http://www.deviantart.com/users/outgoing?http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=121881&vote=good&tan=67625819

Was this intentional? Are you really trying to get a vote from everyone who clicks this link? - Aug 03 2010
Anime Viagra3 Final

Manga and Anime by robux 3 comments

Please let this really be the "final" one. - Nov 06 2007
NanoTeK Reloaded (Preview)

KDE 3.5 Themes by thibaut28 5 comments

The corner of the window in the first picture looks a little too rounded. It would look better if it matched the contour of the bookmarks button. - Oct 31 2007
ubuntu field

Wallpapers Ubuntu by lakedaimon 2 comments

This is a nice idea, but maybe you could do it with the Ubuntu title font? Also, maybe about an 85% opacity on the letters. Just a suggestion. - Oct 25 2007
Domino Kubuntu package

KDE 3.5 Themes by vanyar 21 comments

I love that domino lets me change the tooltip color, but I wish the menu shadows would work with Compiz fusion. - Aug 29 2007
Clay Deco for deKorator

deKorator Themes by ArbitraryReason 14 comments

I think the download link is providing an older version. - Aug 27 2007
Crystal Ubuntu package

KDE 3.x Window Decorations by jserrano 10 comments

Not everyone uses x86 architecture either. - Jan 29 2006
sudoku

Various Games by sophyn 9 comments

I'm glad to see that some other people are interested in making sudoku games. I started playing it a few weeks ago after I noticed a book next to the grocery store checkout line, and I'm hooked.

However, the layout in the screenshot makes it very hard to quickly scan the rows and columns. The scrolling arrows are not really that great a method of entering numbers in the blocks either. This doesn't really look the way a sudoku is supposed to look.

The kind of sudoku game I would like to see is one that looks more like the Gweled game, using nine different kinds of jewels instead of numbers. It could have some audio feedback, such as an "oops" sound when an obvious mistake is made, or a "hooray" sound when a row or column or 3x3 block is filled.

It could be played by dragging available jewels from a tray below the board to the empty spaces. That way it would be easy to see what was missing. It also might make it more interesting for children to play.

So far I have found websudoku.com to be the best place to play sudoku online. - Nov 28 2005
xmms-agent

Utilities by vladvic 24 comments

I like the beep media player. - Nov 23 2005
vista inspired windec shoots

KDE Plasma Screenshots by motyR 13 comments

What are the fonts in this screenshot? - Nov 17 2005