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Also cool!

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These are really awesome cubes guys, hope my graphics card is capable of this (ATI HD3450)!
I'm using Danum's canteras KDE 4.3 OS.


Bill. :linuxlove:


Edited this post to let you all know I've uploaded 2 snapshots to the gallery, not bad for a first attempt (I think).


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nats007 wrote:
How are you taking snapshots with the desktop cube? I try the print screen button and it doesn't work.



Use Gimp ....

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hal4511 wrote:
Use Gimp ....

You must be joking, Kmenu > Graphics > Ksnapshot
and use the delay

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barnsleybill wrote:
Edited this post to let you all know I've uploaded 2 snapshots to the gallery, not bad for a first attempt (I think).

Ayup Bill you need to alter the zoom on the cube. and Canteras comes with a wallpaper for the cube, it is in the Skydome folder in home,
Tab All Effects, Desktop Cube, click on the wrench, Advanced, from here on you have several options, try first uncheck show caps, and advance zoom one mark at a time until you get the cube as you want it,
and while you are in there (desktop Effects) check Desktop Cube Animation.

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Had to show it off ... the Mepis Cube

Or better yet >>>


http://i748.photobucket.com/albums/xx121/hal4511/new3.jpg


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Danum wrote:
Ayup Bill you need to alter the zoom on the cube. and Canteras comes with a wallpaper for the cube, it is in the Skydome folder in home,
Tab All Effects, Desktop Cube, click on the wrench, Advanced, from here on you have several options, try first uncheck cube, and advance zoom one mark at a time until you get the cube as you want it,
and while you are in there (desktop Effects) check Desktop Cube Animation.


Ayup to you too Danum and thank you, gonna try this tomorrow. I will upload the results to the gallery.

Bill :linuxlove:


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Bill, "Advanced, from here on you have several options, try first uncheck cube, "
should read,
Advanced, from here on you have several options, try first uncheck Show caps,
Brain fade on my part.

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Danum, just tried the "uncheck Show caps", the snapshots I've taken are awesome now (my opinion) thanks again.

Bill:linuxlove:

P.S. uploaded snapshots to Gallery.


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