Dreamtown

Wallpaper Other by rusmadtux 4 comments

I liked it so much I posted a screenshot of my desktop with it! :)

http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=12850 - May 25 2004
Dreamtown

Wallpaper Other by rusmadtux 4 comments

Excellent wallpaper! So clean and yet rich at the same time. Please produce more work :) - May 25 2004
Linuxnews Karamba

Karamba & Superkaramba by rodviking 9 comments

hello! I just wanted to let you know I fixed the updating problems of your theme and have e-mailed th changes to you. hope this helps! - May 23 2004
KDE Beach Wallpaper

Wallpapers KDE Plasma by sbrown1038 6 comments

That makes all the difference in the world. So much nicer now! It's going into my wallpaper cycle. - May 11 2004
KDE Beach Wallpaper

Wallpapers KDE Plasma by sbrown1038 6 comments

just my own opinion, but I think the reflected text detracts from the quality of the image. The normal text is great though... - May 06 2004
AKDC Beta3 preview 2(see changelog)

KDE 3.x Window Decorations by jrch2k 357 comments

wow bud! I hope you release *everything*! Your background, your icons, deco, everything. (Sounds greedy huh? :) ) Oh well, looking good man - May 05 2004
Improved desktop background settings

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by Justace 11 comments

Okay, I don't mean to beat on your idea because I really do love innovations, and I hate it when people are close-minded about new ides when it comes to program development, but...what you are describing is essentially the GIMP itself. When a component becomes as complicated as you are describing, you have to ask yourself, "would it be better to write this as a separate program?" To me the answer would be yes, and the GIMP *is* that separate program. Rather than reinvent the wheel, create your ultra-nifty background in the GIMP and then flatten it and import it as your background :)

P.S. It's 3AM, I'm about to go to bed, and my coherency level is very low....dunno if any of what I said makes any sense - Apr 25 2004