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Ultra pack - 220 color schemes

  

GNOME Colour Scheme

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Ultra pack - 220 color schemes
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Downloads:  22398
Submitted:  Jul 10 2008
Updated:  Jul 14 2008

Description:

daX's KDE3 .kcsrc colour schemes converted to .gnomecc - also provided a Python converter inside

The original colour schemes you can find at http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=72811&vote=good&tan=98625133

Please remember i'm not the author of these colour schemes (since they are GPL btw) - i only coded the converter and converted them to .gnomecc - all credits are for daX! :-)

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for people don't know how to use them: in the screenshot you can see a window of the tool 'gnome color chooser'. There, you do 'menu:file>open' and choose the .gnomecc file as needed (from the downloadable file from this post, for example). Later you just click on Apply button.
(if you're an Ubuntu/Debian user, doing 'sudo apt-get install gnome-color-chooser' in the terminal should be enough for installing this tool)




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 Well done

 
 by dax918 on: Jul 10 2008
 
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Great work, I added a link to this page too. Can't wait to try them! :)


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 Re: Well done

 
 by nitrofurano on: Jul 14 2008
 
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you welcome! i'm very curious about your feedback when trying them! :-)


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 Re: Re: Well done

 
 by dax918 on: Jul 15 2008
 
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I'm currently stuck with a XP only machine that is not solely mine to dispose of, I even had to remove my Linux partitions a couple of days ago because I was running out of disk space, so go figure, until I can afford a separate hd I have to use Windows, If wine could handle adobe products better it would have been the other way around. I got the hardy cd but nowhere to install it, ironic isn't it.


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 Re: Re: Re: Well done

 
 by nitrofurano on: Jul 15 2008
 
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this situation also happened with me around 2001 or 2002 - but well, Photoshop 5, Illustrator 8 and Freehand 7 runs fine on Wine... :-p - well, now as i were in a less demanding professional time as Graphic Designer, i were only using Inkscape and Gimp, and trying to 'survive' with them (and also trying to be colaborative enough on making them as good or better than these proprietary ones...)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Well done

 
 by dax918 on: Jul 15 2008
 
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At the end of the day I'm just another guy trying to make a living, interviews consist basically of "1.Do you use X product? and 2. Show us your work.". It doesn't matter if you can do the same with gimp because you have to integrate to an existing working group, and most of them use adobe. I'm not one of those lucky few that get paid to work on FOSS projects full-time so, sadly, I had to go back to the reality. At least is a good thing to see that my work inspired someone else to continue it, it wasn't a work in vain.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Well done

 
 by nitrofurano on: Jul 15 2008
 
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I also enjoy a lot this feeling on seeing people following some work i did! :-)

And btw, i'm that kind of person really can't stop using open-source when working somewhere used to only uses proprietary software - some animated gifs i did frames on Photoshop were animated using gifsicle, and some videos i edited on Premiere getting compressed and resized with ffmpeg - this is another reason i believe open-source has a very important place on the companies we used to work, and people there still not seeing how useful are FOSS tools, and how they are also free of licence headaches as well...

And for now, i'm really only missing multipages and CMYK on Inkscape (just like on Freehand), and CMYK on Gimp...


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 How to use it?

 
 by zhuqin on: Jul 12 2008
 
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could you write us a brief HOW-TO? Thx!


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 Re: How to use it?

 
 by nitrofurano on: Jul 14 2008
 
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well, please let me know if the description fix is enough! :-)


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 Re: Re: How to use it?

 
 by zhuqin on: Jul 14 2008
 
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Got it, thanks a lot.


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 Re: Re: Re: How to use it?

 
 by nitrofurano on: Jul 15 2008
 
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you welcome! :-)


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 installation

 
 by lDeVillish on: Jan 4 2009
 
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how do i install this ? could someone email me the instructions please, thanx heapz.


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