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Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by nigneil146, Oct 2, 2004.
I haven't seen one of these threads in a while, so I figured what the heck.
A slow Saturday morning at work.... (no calls in my agents queues).
Nothing too exciting....
Here's mine. I run dual displays
nigneil146: Cool desktop. What program are you using to skin it?
Weather and System stats - Samurize
Dock - Y'z Dock
Systray Clock - L'Clock
Calendar - Rainlendar
The theme is microsoft royale modded by myself. I just use a patched uxtheme file to change themes.
That wallpaper is great.;f
ok, one thing special
Black background, black monitor case. . .;f
I ripped the puppy dog off somebody else's post a long time ago, I think DWAVS's ;e
ROTFLMAO! I can see that happening at drills! Thank god we are very careful about pictures in our dept! (at least, the ones that we let the "public" see)
chevrofreak; nice pair of ... files.
Okay, how do I get a picture of my desktop? Sorry if it's been asked before. Actually, I'll go search now.
Click ALT + PRNT SCREEN to capture your desktop then paste it into an apporiate program. Save the image as a JPEG, JPG, etc then either host it or attach it
I'll try this. I opened up my "Photo Impression" program, and it turns out it has screen capture available. That's my son and daughter getting pumpkins last fall.
Actually, my desktop and screen saver changes constantly, as the kids play with the computer all the time. My daughter Emily, who is 8, is especially good at navigating WinXP. That's my son Richard (9) on the right. He is one of those kids who can kick butt on computer games.
Cute young'uns ;e
Here's mine... nothing special.
Double-tap?!? I guess the GT server likes my desktop soooo much it wanted TWO copies!! Hah!
O/C, it won't let me delete one of them...so if a Mod would be so kind?!
This is mine from XP Pro....
And here's one of my Linux desktops (Debian 2.6.7 kernel, running KDE 3.2)....
Oh yeah...slightly OT, but I bet lots of you could also relate to this comic strip as well. . .