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dropline gnome, wonderful byte-enterpreter enabled
anti-aliased fonts (thanks to the dropline-forums),
lovely gentoo icons (thanks to crashed_again for
pointing me in the right direction) and a nice very
well known wallpaper created with the gimp...
and note the games in the lower-right corner. w00t.
Originally posted by schatoor rmartine, could you tell me where you got those karamba themes? I kinda like them.
The kicker replacement is kroller and the thing on the left is smoothy. I got them both from http://www.kdelook.org
The thing is that I hacked both of em, so the ones you'd download will be a bit different than mine. Smoothy doesn't come with xmms controls so I coded those, rearranged the other monitors and added the Date function. For Kroller, all I did was change the icon set.
Your screenshots always look good. The marble icon set it gorgeous. Here a modification of the one I just posted. I went and rewrote most of the karamba themes I was using. If anyone wants them I'd be happy to tar and gzip them for you.