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A couple times every year my DEs and there looks change drastically, this last one I've been posting and learning more (thx LQ) so decided to focus on CLI where I startx if I need or want images and such...
I made a folder and named all the backgrounds in it by number to streamline background switching (5000 or so) and I was learning Ruby at that time trying to make a better shuffler for them and music (never did get time for Ruby\programming yet ) could find the old DVDs for the names (don't even DT switch these days) but a revers image search of the face brought it up: Ursula Mayes. http://www.tineye.com/
P.s: that caption was supposed to say; "Not enough days in the year..."
Last edited by jamison20000e; 02-15-2014 at 07:57 PM.