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John Walstra
6,760 Fonts

Fonts by SeanParsons 62 comments

whoops - Jan 10 2004
6,760 Fonts

Fonts by SeanParsons 62 comments

I refuse to click on each font, so I created a perl script to screen scrape and download.

I put the ".perl" extension on due to the webserver wanting to run anything ".pl" Just make a directory, copy file there, make a "font" directory in that directory and run.

Enjoy - Jan 10 2004
DarkPlastik (code now available)

KDE 3.0-3.4 Themes by Brad 46 comments

I run a dark theme'd desktop. The way I get around the display problems in Konqueror ( ie. black text in a black input box ) is to use a user defined stylesheet. For example I have a file with the following ...

BODY { background-color: white; color: black; }
TEXTAREA { background-color: #304E53; color: white; }
INPUT { background-color: #304E53; color: white; }

This fixes a lot of my problems. There is still some problems, for example this text area i'm typing in has the background set, but not the foreground (half styled). So it's white text on a light grey background, which is kind of hard to see. - Oct 07 2003

Karamba & Superkaramba by ageitgey 326 comments

create a hot area, like some screensavers have to activate or halt. When the mouse enters that area, it shades the entire screen and brings all the karamaba themes to the front ( non-shaded).

I know I can click on the 'show desktop' button, however something to bring all the themes to the front without removing all the windows would be pretty cool. - Jul 03 2003

Wallpaper Other by Ennead 3 comments

What icon set is that? - Feb 19 2003
Not quite kicker

Kicker Panel by fop 84 comments

Looks very original.

Here is something I have banging around in my head. What would be the difficulty of creating mini Flash applets for icons or background images for title bars, etc.? I know that there are GPL'd version of the Flash player out there, so it would fit into the "free beer" mentallity. I figure it would be more processor intesive.
But it would really be a step ahead of any animiated icons you'd find in windows.

I guess the biggest draw back is no Flash editor for Unix or Linux.

- Dec 12 2002