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 Uploading more than one image

 
 by vkdaros on: Feb 8 2009
 
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Hello

I've just registered and I've uploaded a grub splash image.
But, I have another file of the same image with different color and I want to upload both together.

I could upload two 'screenshots', so every one can see the two images, but there is only one download button.

How could I upload the second image (not using "external link")?

Thanks


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 Re: Uploading more than one image

 
 by greenflash-gnome on: Feb 8 2009
 
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It may satisfy you to a solution:
create an archive (zip, tar.gz), and place both files in it.
Users who download the archive to get two files from it.


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 help-ayuda

 
 by elimetal on: Feb 12 2009
 
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Hola mi ingles es pesimo asi que voya hablare n castellano primero.
No se como instalar un thema de un reloj que me baje,
tampoco puedo hacer que aparezca la barra del awm. alguna idea?

Hi, this is my problem:
I dont now what i have to do to install one clock (screenlet) theme.
and... i cant make the sidebar of avant (awn-manager) apear...
Somthing idea?


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 help meeeeeeeeeeeeeeee....

 
 by LeviShears1991 on: Feb 13 2009
 
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how do you get these things to wor after downloading them.....


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 Re: help meeeeeeeeeeeeeeee....

 
 by greenbehemoth on: Feb 21 2009
 
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what things are you talking about exactly?


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 Re: Re: help meeeeeeeeeeeeeeee....

 
 by LeviShears1991 on: Feb 21 2009
 
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its been along time i cant really remember. but i think i downloaded some themes but couldnt get them to work...


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 ATI Catalyst Drivers

 
 by Brashuntu on: Feb 14 2009
 
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Hi All -

At work I have dual monitors setup on my Ubuntu 8.1 installation. They are running through one ATI video card, but every time I restart the computer and login to my account on it the two screens go back to being mirrors of each other instead of unique monitor displays. Very irritating. I have to go into the ati catalyst driver every single time and retell it that it's two monitors and to extend my desktop onto the 2nd instead of having it literally treat both monitors as clones of each other. Any ideas?


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 Why do pelople like docks?

 
 by maxtothemax on: Feb 16 2009
 
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Every other topaz brainstorm submission involves some kind of dock. Why do people like docks so much? I think they're the worst in the history of interface design.

The reasons I don't like the dock are summarized nicely here:

Some of those above reasons apply only to OS X, but most of them apply to any dock. The dock wastes enormous amounts of screen space while conveying far less information.


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 Re: Why do pelople like docks?

 
 by maxtothemax on: Feb 16 2009
 
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Dang, forgot the link. Here:
http://www.asktog.com/columns/044top10docksucks.html


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 Re: Re: Why do pelople like docks?

 
 by DanRabbit on: Feb 22 2009
 
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I stopped reading the article when the author criticized using a widescreen format.

Honestly, the reason I like the dock is because it makes it easy to access shortcuts and manage windows in a very organized way.

Sure, it can take up a bit of screen real estate. I'm not going to say that isn't one of it's weaknesses. But, honestly, most desktop screens are 17 inches or larger these days anyways. You usually have plenty of real estate.


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 Hi

 
 by bluePal on: Feb 27 2009
 
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how can I clear my friends newsfeed ?


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