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 My fonts and artwork

 
 by SeanParsons on: Dec 1 2004
 
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My fonts and artwork are available again. My site (The Linux Box) was down for awhile, but I am now rebuilding it. The collection of 6,760 fonts are available again ( http://thelinuxbox.org/Downloads.php ), as are my splash screen, wallpaper and more ( http://thelinuxbox.org/Artwork.php ).

Not everything on the site is back up yet as I am still rebuilding, but I would like to invite everyone back (and I would also appreciate input during the reconstruction).

Best Regards

Sean Parsons


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 Win vs. Linux 1-0 ??

 
 by beischer on: Jan 31 2005
 
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I have a problem getting my Linux installation looking as good as my MS Windows. I think the problem is the font config. The fonts look a lot more 'crisp' in Win. Is there a way to turn off anti-aliasing for some sizes or is there another trick to solve my problem??


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 Re: Win vs. Linux 1-

 
 by nuka on: Jan 31 2005
 
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yes. click configure next to the antialiasing thing in the font properties box.


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 Re: Re: Win vs. Linu

 
 by beischer on: Jan 31 2005
 
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Do you have any suggestion what sizes not to use anti-aliasing on?


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 Re: Re: Re: Win vs.

 
 by maitre on: Feb 1 2005
 
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Smaller fonts can look garbled and generally hard to read on older monitors, especially old lcd laptops. I'd set the cut off point for anything below 9 or below 10. Usu. 10 pt fonts with hinting enabled look good everywhere. If you've got an lcd monitor, try not making the text completely black.


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 Re: Win vs. Linux 1-0 ??

 
 by meneerdik on: Feb 7 2005
 
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Don't use TTF fonts, only Postscript Type1 fonts. Type1 can be rendered a *lot* better than TTF. You can also convert existing TTF to Type1.


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 Re: Win vs. Linux 1-0 ??

 
 by tajmorton on: Feb 16 2005
 
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http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/showthread.php?postid=1309027#post1309027

That should help!

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 "Fanboy stuff"?

 
 by sgtpepper on: Jan 31 2005
 
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http://kde-look.org/comments/show.php?content=20251
http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=15789

I am not exactly sure whether such "fan stuff" is needed on kde-look.org (regardless of its quality), since it is not at all KDE-related, not even Linux- or distribution-related...

If such stuff is accepted by the community, isn't the site soon overcrowded with "Lord of the Rings" and "Matrix" Splash screens, flamewars whether Beyoncee or Britney Spears is hotter than whatshername and countless rubbish wallpapers of whatever is popular at the moment?

I think, at least the sections at kde-look.org should be further categorized, that is into something that gathers e.g. distro-specific, movie-related, etc. stuff in seperated categories.

Any opinions?


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 Re: "Fanboy stuff"?

 
 by pandarsson on: Feb 1 2005
 
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Well, on a certain level, I agree with you in principle. However, practically I have to say that I don't see the negative things you mention happening unless KDE (and, therefore, *nix) suddenly explodes in popularity. And anyway, as of this moment, there are 313 fanboys who wanted the first one and 23 who wanted the second one. However ephemeral in popularity they might be, they pleased a total of 336 (as of this moment, anyway) people between them and I have to admit, there are worse.


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 Re: "Fanboy stuff"?

 
 by Arcturan on: Feb 4 2005
 
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The problem I see is that these things don't respect the original copyright. They are GPL, but the sources clearly aren't.


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 Game graphics needed

 
 by josef80 on: Feb 4 2005
 
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Hello, I'm looking for artists who want to help out with a SVG splash screen and some icons for KGGZ. This is a program to run online games.
To get some ideas about available games and programs, have a look at:
http://www.ggzgamingzone.org/screenshots/0.0.10/
So the content should be somehow original and game-related, but otherwise it's up to the artist :)

Splash screen: normal size about 800x600, but should be SVG
Icons: needed for program itself, actions like launch game, join game, spectate game, show message of the day,
private chat, display statistics and so on.
Game icons: Within KDE games, there are actions such as show player table, boot player, change player to bot or bot to open seat, request a forfeit, and many more depending on the game.

If anyone is interested, feel free to
send me a mail. It's still some months until release but it'd be nice to finally get the KDE parts into a good shape.


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 to use image

 
 by dimuta on: Feb 10 2005
 
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I am sorry for my language, bacause I live in Ukraine and do not very good speak english... I have seach image which to use during dowlanding, during you select you system (Windows or Linux)- this is animation image. I remember that this image situated on this site, and this file called: handy_128bis.bmp.bzz. Help me search this images. Where are this images... Send images or answer on Dimuta@gala.net


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 Re: to use image

 
 by p0z3r on: Feb 11 2005
 
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http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=11098

Is this what you are asking for?


cheers,
-p0z3r

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 Yoper needs Windeco!

 
 by arctic on: Feb 18 2005
 
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Hello, everyone. The Yoper distribution wants to have its very own windeco, based on the Keramik-Theme. The final design will however look almost completely different from standard Keramik.
As I am only familiar with Gnome-related themes and due to temporary lack of manpower in the Design-Department we want to kindly ask the community to help us on that task.
The programmer should be adept at coding the theme with as few bugs as possible and until august (or sooner, if possible). The necessary graphics, depicting the final look of the theme will be submitted by the Yoper Design-Dept. to the volunteers.
If you are interested, please contact

fabian@yoper.com

Thank you. :)


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 Re: Yoper needs Wind

 
 by p0z3r on: Feb 18 2005
 
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Email sent.


cheers,
-p0z3r

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