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Plasma Themes by jamboarder 62 comments

Wonderful theme. The default theme is a little too 'l33t' for me, good to see something a little more standard. Hopefully the color-sensitivity behavior will be included in Hardy/KDE4 so I can use this. - Apr 17 2008
Linux and Oranges

Wallpaper Other by diffuze 5 comments

Better than apple's... though I'm not sure we can really make that comparison. - Apr 02 2006
kONE

Kopete Styles by kanutron 35 comments

Yeah, the aspect ratio isn't preserved. If possible, you should probably set a maxwidth and let the height be determined from that.

My fat friends look skinny, and my skinny friends look fat. =] - Mar 24 2006
Torchlight

Icon Sub-Sets by Phytonix 14 comments

By softness i think we may be talking about the shape. Everything else seems to have a distorted and 'softened' shape.

The cd and dvd icons look like they may cut through something if you threw them hard enough. =]

But i love the iconset. It looks beautiful, i especially dig the compression icons and inkscape. - Jul 22 2005
amaroK Web Frontend

Audio Apps by ObsidianX 63 comments

One small oversight...

In the artist list, where do the number-prefixed artists go? (ie. 2Pac or 10,000 Maniacs) - Jun 20 2005
amaroK Web Frontend

Audio Apps by ObsidianX 63 comments

First off, great script. It's way cool.

I just thought I'd tell you it's not rendering under Opera 8.0 (for me at least.) Firefox and Konqueror love it though... thanks! - Jun 17 2005
Deathguppie

Wallpaper Other by deathguppie 5 comments

... I fear the Guppie.

ph33r. - May 09 2005
aKademy 2005: summer time

Various Artwork by dave 11 comments

Dave, you continue to impress. Good job. =] - Feb 28 2005
WheelLauncher

Karamba & Superkaramba by gotem 9 comments

I like this a lot. And agree with the above comment. It has a unique feel.

One suggestion... Maybe, if it's possible, an option to make it spin without the use of a wheel. It could spin faster the closer you hovered to the right and bottom edges. And sit still if you were over the center. Less fuss for the lazy. =]

I'm looking forward to see where this goes... good luck! - Dec 31 2004
Linux is sexy

Wallpaper Other by NetRAVEN5000 21 comments

I agree. Hackish. You took what i assume is someone else's photograph, cut out the subject, and plopped her sloppily onto a black background.

I really don't think this pic belongs here. - Dec 29 2004
amaroK: Wolf Howl

Various Artwork by euxneks 27 comments

I'll admit it would be better than Kaffeine's, but that's no great accomplishment.

I guess my point is that clich - Dec 21 2004
amaroK: Wolf Howl

Various Artwork by euxneks 27 comments

I don't really like this one. To me an icon should give you some clue to what it does at first glance. This icon refers to the title of the program and not the function. I think mascots are cute, but should be reserved for the splash screen.

Someone said that the waves made it more obvious that it was an audio app. But that's only in hindsight. If i was a new KDE user, freshly migrated, i wouldn't know what to make of the icon. "Maybe it's the instant messenger? Maybe an RSS aggregator? Or something to do with broadcasting?"

Further, because of the more muted color-scheme, i may assume it's actually a Gnome application. I understand that people don't like bolder colors, but that's where KDE is at right now. And if you're going for an integrated look that's what you'll need to use.

Nothing personal. Just my view. And don't worry, it seems i'm well in the minority. =] - Dec 17 2004
i-k Amarok icon

Various Artwork by dave 26 comments

This one is my favorite so far. Not that the others haven't been great. This one is just extra special. - Dec 09 2004
Konqueror GUI Ideas

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by PaT 12 comments

> and what is the "go" button good for???

For newbies apparently it's not obvious what to do once you've typed what you want into the field. Imagine google without a 'search' button.

For me I can copy a URL, paste it and 'go' without having to switch back to the keyboard. Afterall web browsing is mostly mouse driven. - Oct 26 2004