On Tue, 19 Aug 2008 20:33:44 -0400
"Cory K." <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Inspired12 wrote:
> > On Tue, Aug 19, 2008 at 5:36 PM, Cory K. <email@example.com
> > <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
> > Ubuntu Studio's Intrepid look is coming along.
> > Desktop shot only:
> > http://img98.imageshack.us/img98/2047/earlyscreenshotbt9.png
> > Not really looking for anything. Just showing interested people.
> > Big thanx to Conn for the collaboration so far.
> > -Cory K.
> > Love the smoothness of the toolbars, and also big fan of hexagon
> > patterns.
> It's something that will get more development but that's the general
> feel and the motif that will also show up in the GDM. (under heavy
> > I send thanks and props to Conn for the work.
> > Its funny and I can imagine a little frustrating how the visual
> > aspect of an operating system
> > can sometimes overshadow the stuff that really matters at the core.
> > I think people are drawn to eye candy first, and then to the
> > features. So I feel confident that we are well on the way to having
> > another successful release
> > thats some delicious eye candy. o/
> It should end up fine. We're trying to get more help on
> packaging/bug-fixing because it can look nice all day, things can
> always work better.
> But yeah. Should be pleasing to look at.
> PS - Please don't top-post.
Please make a screenshot with a second app in the taskbar, just to see
if inactive window taskbar-things and title bars are readable.
I don't like the rings for minimise/maximise/close, it looks like a bad
osx-copy (without even the colours, therefor bad, but I don't like the
Else, it doesn't look bad, just wondering how it looks here, at half
(or quarter, depending on how you see it) the size of your screenshot.
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