Monday, January 10, 2005

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Hello there!

I have a new quick gnome-trick for you. You can set a png with transparencies as your Gnome-background! This means you can have an image on top of a gradient and have the gradient shine trough it. This way, it's easy to create nice effects in some seconds, try it out!

Ok, back to my studydesk now :),

see you.

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2 Comments:

Blogger gtonic knowledgely replied ...

hey,

you really seem to be in hurry, showing some typos ;)
transparant -> transparent
gome -> gnome
...

I really enjoy your page! don't know if you are aware of it - just discovered blog entry poster applet today ;)


kind regards,
tom

p.s.: what are you studying that makes you having such a workload ?

8:48 PM, January 10, 2005  
Blogger Karel Demeyer knowledgely replied ...

Hi,
thanks for the spelling-corrections ;) I changed it :).
I commented on your blog too :p. I know of the blog-applet, it's in my panel :). BTW: BloGTK is also a nice app!

9:27 PM, January 10, 2005  

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