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Matthew Matthew Strahan Sydney, Australia
Konqueror "natural" file sorting (idea)

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 19 comments

Score 50.0%
Jun 11 2006
Better solution:

rename "s/\([0-9][0-9]\)/0$1/" *

puts a 0 in front of all two digit numbers in filenames. - Jun 12 2006
Linux is attractive

Wallpaper Other 15 comments

Score 58.0%
May 29 2006
And I don't think she uses Linux :P - May 30 2006
Recycable Human Beings

Wallpaper Other 1 comment

by kadu
Score 50.0%
May 29 2006
For some constructive criticism, the perspective on the shadows looks a bit odd and makes the whole picture look strange to me. If you could skew the shadows the same way the background's skewed then it'd look a lot better. - May 30 2006
Lake 3

Nature 1 comment

Score 50.0%
Mar 04 2006
I might seem a bit greedy but do you have a copy of the picture that's less corrupted to put up? It's an amazing picture but it seems to be spoiled by the large amount of artifacts. - Mar 06 2006
Amarok (logo fusion)

Various Artwork 11 comments

Score 50.0%
Nov 02 2006
The only problem I can see, though it might just be me, but the perspective of the logo characters and perhaps the SUPER WOOFER on the first pic seems a bit off. The woofer itself and the screw seems to be pointing a bit to the bottom left of the picture, but the logo is pointing straight at the camera.

Brilliant work though, really great! - Mar 02 2006
debian clouds

Wallpapers Debian 2 comments

Score 50.0%
Feb 11 2006
Wow, that's just brilliant. Do you have a higher resolution one? - Feb 12 2006
Debian Wallpaper 1280x1024

Wallpapers Debian 6 comments

Score 50.0%
Jan 06 2010
I think it's ironic that you're displaying Java code (proprietary by Debian's standards so they don't package it with the distro) with a Debian wallpaper :P - Nov 06 2005

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 8 comments

Score 50.0%
Oct 03 2005
KompMgr is what is used for translucency and shadowing. You can enable it through the control centre - desktop->window behavior. The only catch is some apps don't like it (most notably for me superkaramba) I've been looking for this for a while, thanks mate to the author! - Oct 03 2005
Heavens Playground 2

Wallpaper Other 5 comments

Score 50.0%
Sep 14 2005
well my desktop is 1280x1024 but there are many people here whose desktops are 1600x1200. It's a lot easier to scale down then up :) - Sep 15 2005
That looks absolutely amazing! Do you have it in higher resolution at all? - Sep 15 2005
reflected sand dune

Wallpaper Other 3 comments

Score 50.0%
Aug 31 2005
As for the location . . . (

I cheated. - Aug 31 2005
Mac OS

Wallpaper Other 1 comment

Score 50.0%
Aug 30 2005
Is this really the site to put up something like that? I mean it is - Aug 30 2005
dawn - Tenerife

Wallpaper Other 2 comments

Score 50.0%
Aug 23 2005
I fully concur - Aug 24 2005

Wallpaper Other 1 comment

Score 50.0%
Aug 16 2005
Though I love the wallpaper, I'm greedy :) Do you have it in a higher resolution? Even if you just expand the lines and keep the penguin the same size that would be great! - Aug 16 2005

Wallpaper Other 4 comments

Score 50.0%
Aug 14 2005
I love the wallpaper but is it possible to have one without the Simply Mepis? I don't use Mepis :) (Pure Debian for me!) - Aug 15 2005

Wallpaper Other 12 comments

Score 67.1%
Aug 11 2005
Just beautiful. - Aug 02 2005

KDE 3.x Window Decorations 541 comments

Score 58.0%
Feb 01 2009
Thank you very much. - Jul 28 2005
I have a request: Is it possible to remove the border when fully maximised? I think it looks quite good having a mediumly large border (5-10) for normal windows but for maximum windows it doesn't work. Could you please make an option to either decrease the border for maximised windows or remove it totally? - Jul 28 2005
Usually when I'd describe something this amazingly awesome I'd swear quite severly. I'd just say that this is really . . . brilliant. - Jul 27 2005

Wallpaper Other 14 comments

Score 50.0%
Jul 26 2005
lol yep that's all we wanted to know :) - Jul 27 2005
The problem he had with the picture is that you're not allowed to place a character which is copyrighted (in this case Hitomi from Dead or Alive) unless you have express permission from the author (Namco). If they put the picture of the character up on the internet saying explicitly that you can use it in whatever way you want then that's fine, otherwise you're in breach of copyright and that's against the web site rules.

It doesn't matter if the rest of the picture is your own work and you just put the character into the picture, it's still illegal to do this in most countries including where the KDE-Look servers are located. - Jul 26 2005
Though I love your wallpaper as much as I love Hitomi :), you aught to be careful about posting stuff like that on here. I'm not sure if Namco have put pictures like that in the public domain, but if not then you've broken the rules. - Jul 26 2005

Wallpaper Other 3 comments

Score 50.0%
Jul 15 2005
In my opinion most definitely computer generated :) - Jul 17 2005
Desktop Background Changer

Karamba & Superkaramba 15 comments

Score 50.0%
Jul 04 2005
hmm it works for me. Perhaps you have a really old version of the PIL. What distro do you have? - Jul 04 2005
sorry but superkaramba won't let me do that with this theme. I can't even make it show it normally at the bottom when you hover the mouse over the picture without killing the CPU (it'd do mediumly complex calculations with every mouse move). I could make it display the image name under the picture if you want but it'd not like really long image names - they'd overlap... - Jul 04 2005
First one is a bug in superkaramba it seems. I've got the same problem but it does exactly the same thing with other themes going through the KDE control panel.

For the second one, I haven't made the background automatically resize to the width and height. To do this you have to add two lines. Firstly on line 123 of the script add a new line after the karamba.createImage call:

karamba.resizeImage(widget, backgroundid, width, height)

To make it so it automatically resizes the new background when you change it add the same line at what's now line 315 before the redrawWidget line. To make it so it automatically resizes the background when you change the number of rows or columns add the same line on line 389 before updateImages(widget).

I didn't make it resize the background mostly because it looked better without it resized with cynapses on my desktop. - Jul 04 2005
Do people think it'd be better to copy the image files to the theme directory? An advantage of this would be it wouldn't be susceptable to deleting the images and I could make thumbnails of the images for faster loading times and lower memory usage. But it'd take space and make a bit of clutter. It'd also require the Python Imaging Library as a dependency. I'm on holidays and it'd be extraordinarily easy to do, so anyone want me to do it? - Jul 03 2005
You can safely remove the --multiple from the kdialog command string. Just remove it from the list.

All it does is make it so you can add many images by using the control button, but it's not necessary if you only want to add one image, kdialog just won't let you use the control button to select many.

The command string is about three quarters of the way down by memory. It's in a big list. Come to think of it, just search for "--multiple" :)

If you *really* want to select many images you can try updating your system, not sure what packages need to be updated though for Suse (I use Debian). - Jul 01 2005
Added the scroll wheel support - good idea. I was actually going to do it before but naturally forgot about it.

I don't really want to store the files locally. It's a waste of space and clutters the directory. I'll perhaps add support for tiles etc but I *do* have a test in twelve hours so you'll have to wait about sixteen hours for that. The status of the thing will be stored locally in the file though. If you really want it to locally store the files I'll perhaps add it as an option or an easily changable variable in the script... - Jun 28 2005

Wallpaper Other 4 comments

by tjsa
Score 50.0%
Jul 04 2005
great image - I've got both it and the metal version! Just a request, does it look any good if you have smooth slightly reflective glass as opposed to rough glass? - Jul 04 2005
Kim's Desktop Enviroment

People 18 comments

by rana
Score 76.7%
Sep 05 2006
A well taken picture of a very attractive girl. Though I don't think her father would approve of the length of her skirt... - Jun 29 2005

Wallpaper Other 3 comments

Score 50.0%
Jun 27 2005
Good picture. Is it possible to have another without the text on the side? - Jun 27 2005
Taskbar v2 for ubuntu/debian

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 7 comments

Score 50.0%
Jun 20 2005
Very nice piece of eye candy there! There are a couple of bugs (sometimes other windows or even a taskbar thumbnail gets in the way of the screenshot) however it works surprisingly well and very smoothly. - Jun 22 2005

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 613 comments

Score 58.0%
Mar 05 2008
That is a great applet that you've made. I have one suggestion though - could you make it so if you press it once then it'd open, but if you press it again it'd close again? (it seems to close then re-open.) That would make things consistant with the normal kicker menus. - Jun 20 2005
Canadian Lake

Nature 4 comments

by pgk
Score 50.0%
Jun 06 2005
great photo. My only comment is that perhaps you should open it up in gimp and try to despeckle the sky. It has really obvious artefacts. - Jun 07 2005
Analogue Tube

Karamba & Superkaramba 9 comments

Score 50.0%
Jun 02 2005
ah ok sorry about that. Numeric is what supports the multi-dimensional arrays. I'll add a notice to the main page. - Jun 02 2005
I've updated it increasing the error checking on the themes etc so it *should* perhaps work...
If it still doesn't work could you please open it up in the console and see if there are any error messages getting put through the console?

There shouldn't be any big dependencies - I only import os, karamba and numeric. - Jun 02 2005
(sorry for the late reply)

he he

I am actually a Soft Eng so yeah I know how to do the arrays and such (It was actually the first time I'd used python - google was definitely my friend!), but you wouldn't believe how long it took me to try and get your art so it looked remotely good. Gimp seems to like you a lot more than me. - May 24 2005
Emma's Tux

Wallpaper Other 3 comments

Score 50.0%
May 19 2005
oh just one thing, the link is to where the file is on your own system, not online. I could only get the picture in the screenshot - I'm not sure if that's the full picture or not. If it isn't could you upload the full picture? - May 19 2005
I love the picture. I'm going to go out right now and get myself a stuffed penguin. - May 19 2005
Parkes Telescope

Wallpaper Other 2 comments

Score 50.0%
May 19 2005
I have a few other great photos of telescopes around that area if any of you want them. (including a couple of the Australia Telescope interferometer, as well as Mopra, Schmidt and Sliding Springs if I can find them :))

Also if you want me to delete the text I will! - May 19 2005
konqueror quickfilter

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 24 comments

by mart
Score 50.0%
Apr 06 2005
I figured out for my Kubuntu desktop that I needed konq-plugins before it would show up. After I downloaded that it showed up without any issues.

I can only assume there's a similar package you have to download for Slackware. - Apr 12 2005
Thanks for this! I was looking for something like it for a while!

It really is brilliant. - Apr 12 2005
Rounded Corners

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 13 comments

by pattf
Score 50.0%
Mar 08 2005
if only they could let you give custom backgrounds for the left and right hide buttons. - Mar 17 2005
Analog Machine Collection - RPM meter

Karamba & Superkaramba 2 comments

by Liju
Score 50.0%
Feb 25 2005
looks fantastic, where do you get the rest of the collection? - Mar 01 2005

Noatun Skins 3 comments

by Frank
Score 50.0%
Oct 06 2001
I like the look of this skin, and the simplicity. It's great how you display all the buttons simply and pretty cleanly. I have doubts about the progress meter (too out of the way, hard to spot, and hard to read at a glance) but otherwise it's great. - Sep 24 2004