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Tim King

Full Icon Themes by mentalrey 183 comments

Man, I've been using these icons since they were released and just wanted to say thanks a lot and very nice work. I've enjoyed all the versions you've made but I think I like the new lighter Home icon a lot better. It's easier to quickly identify that way.

Keep it up please!
- Jan 11 2008
Crystal Diamond Icons

Full Icon Themes by manowarlord 155 comments

Surely :)
- Aug 21 2007
Crystal Diamond Icons

Full Icon Themes by manowarlord 155 comments

I love the icon set! I'm using the slackware mod v2.6 set atm and dl'ing 2.7 as I write this, so maybe it's been addressed already, but when I set the icon size to huge in konqueror the folders all have debian symbols (I think :) I've only ever used slackware) on them. Not knocking other distros but it looks decidedly out of place :) Other than that it's sweet! - Aug 12 2007

KDE 3.5 Themes by morgenrot 404 comments

Domino is my new windec/style and loving it :)

Just one question, with other styles (was using lipstik before) I can use ctrl+mousewheel up and down to resize icons in konqueror, but it doesn't work in domino. I don't use it a terrible lot, but it's nice to use medium sized icons for normal browsing and scroll up to the large size for image thumbnails. Is this something that I can fix in settings someplace or something that can be added to the style?

Thanks for the great work :)
- Mar 21 2007
Amarok Shouter

Amarok 1.x Scripts by jbell 98 comments

I've found this useful for playing music on my networked computers at home even so my wife can listen to the music on my computer. Very cool! - Dec 23 2006
Great to see this is being ported :) There is also a but I'm not sure if it fits better here or there.

Anyways thanks for the port of a great-looking visualization :) - Dec 14 2006
Linux - Catch the Wave! 01

Wallpaper Other by protekhawaii 3 comments

wouldn't worry much about that dude he sounds like a 10 year old troll. If you look at his last 10 comments there's nothing nice in any of them. Don't let him goad you, it's a very nice picture I think.

Nowadays there's this tendency to focus only on the technical aspects of a photograph instead of just enjoying the artistic qualities of the picture. Where's the artistic enjoyment in picking an image apart pixel by pixel? Good work and keep it up :) - Dec 11 2006
Kim (Kde Image Menu)

Graphic Apps by cbouveyron 197 comments

This is one of the most useful service menus I've ever put on my system. In fact, having recently upgraded to slack 11 I went to grab the latest version and couldn't find it. I was horrified that something so nifty had seemingly disappeared...until I realized I was looking in the wrong section (service menus instead of graphic tools). Thanks for the great work :) - Dec 10 2006

KDE 3.x Window Decorations by motyR 383 comments

Same problem myself. Same system too :) - Apr 12 2006

KDE 3 Color Schemes by ramisto 7 comments

What exactly does a color scheme have to do with anti-aliasing corners? - Mar 31 2006

System Software by Sho 1027 comments

..get yakuake to pickup your user environment correctly, such as color for ls and prompt? The only way I can get it to do it currently is with su - user, and there isn't any kind of doc that I saw. Otherwise there's no color (which is really nice for picking out directories quickly) and the prompt is just bash-3.00$. Very nice utility otherwise :) - Mar 22 2006

KDE 3 Color Schemes by sunman 2 comments

They're random renders I did with povray using a nifty space scene include from Chris Colefax. - Feb 23 2006
Net Monitoring tool

Karamba & Superkaramba by --Ya-- 4 comments

what it is exactly this monitors? I'd rather hoped it was some sort of bandwidth monitoring tool because I'd love something like that to monitor traffic on my nat router. Looks like a ping, is that correct? - Oct 26 2005
Red, Blue, Green and B-W Vortexes

Wallpaper Other by DaBlade 11 comments

Looks like you already figured this out by the different colors but I thought I'd add a tip if you didn't know :)
I've changed colors on similar images very easily, although I'm not sure how well this would work on multi-layer images. Just open up the image in Gimp and go into the Layer/colors menu and mess with either Hue-Saturation or colorize. Adjusting the sliders will let you easily change colors on an image.

Nice swirl btw :) - Oct 25 2005