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Noia KDE wall

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KDE Wallpaper (other)

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Noia KDE wall
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Noia KDE wall
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Downloads:  1152
Submitted:  Sep 13 2003

Description:

This is a simple wallpaper, in blue tones, to match with the Noia icons; change the color tones with a photoretouching app (like the Gimp) if you don't like the blue ;)

The download includes a complete pict 1600x1200 sized (open the screenshot preview for a 1024x768 version), and the KDE logo (with Noia style) in an alphablended png. Everyone is free to use the Noia KDE logo to include it in their projects (other wallpapers, splashscreens, NonPlusUltraKaramba, etc.)




Changelog:

0.01 - Let's go!




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 damn

 
 by Carlitus on: Sep 13 2003
 
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the download is 666 kb sized !:


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 I like it ;)

 
 by WinterWolf on: Sep 13 2003
 
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Very creative the way you made the KDE text look like, thank you ;)

Another great wallpaper by Carlitus which fits in with his Noia icons is here: http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=4030

It was posted on here all the way back in 2002, so I'm sure many fo you don't know about it.


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 thanks winterwolf...

 
 by Carlitus on: Sep 13 2003
 
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...but the link you provided don't work.
Anyway this will be solved, thanks to the collaboration by a KDE site :). In adition, the new upload will be the Noia 1.00 version (finally). This will happen in the next days, until i checked them!


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 Re: thanks winterwolf...

 
 by WinterWolf on: Sep 14 2003
 
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What do you mean? The link above: http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=4030 works and so does the download, maybe KDE-LOOK was down when you tried it, but it seems to be working fine for me.

Also, I'm very excited to see the 1.0 release, and if the sources are released I'm sure it will have new icons even faster, because I know some Linux users who have Windows and Ulead products too... *me* ;p Anyway, just the number 1.0 gives it great significance. People often don't download something because it's sub 1.0s o they think it sucks, which is not true for many projects.


Also, are you planning on having 1.0 in 3.2? I sure hope so, even if you don't care either way, I would love that, can I ask KDE people about it once 1.0 is released. Noia, is really a great icon set and it should have even more exposure.


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 Sorry

 
 by WinterWolf on: Sep 14 2003
 
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Sorry for double posting and being ignorant. I should have been more careful and checked the Noia page on looky before asking if it will be in 3.2.


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 Re: Re: thanks winterwolf...

 
 by Carlitus on: Sep 14 2003
 
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Yes, it's planned to be included in 3.2 (http://developer.kde.org/development-versions/kde-3.2-features.html)
But maybe they will be included in 3.3.

Anyway, i'm not impatient.


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 Re: Re: Re: thanks winterwolf...

 
 by WinterWolf on: Sep 14 2003
 
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Oh, ok. That's even better ;)

Also, I know your patient because you can't be a great artist without having patience.


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 Re: thanks winterwolf...

 
 by WinterWolf on: Sep 14 2003
 
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What do you mean? The link above: http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=4030 works and so does the download, maybe KDE-LOOK was down when you tried it, but it seems to be working fine for me.

Also, I'm very excited to see the 1.0 release, and if the sources are released I'm sure it will have new icons even faster, because I know some Linux users who have Windows and Ulead products too... *me* ;p Anyway, just the number 1.0 gives it great significance. People often don't download something because it's sub 1.0s o they think it sucks, which is not true for many projects.


Also, are you planning on having 1.0 in 3.2? I sure hope so, even if you don't care either way, I would love that, can I ask KDE people about it once 1.0 is released. Noia, is really a great icon set and it should have even more exposure.


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 Groovy!

 
 by shanesemler on: Sep 14 2003
 
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I like this alot, very nice!


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