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Splash ARGB (mockup)

   just mockup  

GNOME Splash Screen

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Splash ARGB (mockup)
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Downloads:  32106
Submitted:  May 19 2007

Description:

just a mockup of a splash argb powered, based on snippher's work.

Maybe some gnome coder can make this true.

with compiz transpanecy extension we can set the argb level and the blur, please some one make this happen. =)

Link to Snippher's work http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/54854877/?q=snippher&qh=boost%3Apopular+age_sigma%3A24h+age_scale%3A5

The icons are the buuf icons.
The background image i dont know where i get it.



License:
i made a complete work from scratch so i think i'm not violating any license, so if im right just share a like.

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 cool!

 
 by arkanus on: May 20 2007
 
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can you upload the BG image?


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 Re: cool!

 
 by QUASARFREAK on: May 21 2007
 
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is in the xcf =P


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 Nice work

 
 by Skrezium on: May 22 2007
 
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Well, is a very nice mockup.

Hope to see soon the final work ;)


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 Great !!!!!!

 
 by vgavril on: May 23 2007
 
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this is great i hope you make it work
soon.


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 How to?

 
 by Elessar8905 on: May 26 2007
 
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How use it, how install it ?

It is very nice, congratulation.


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 Re: How to?

 
 by z-itou16 on: Feb 4 2008
 
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hey hi. well i just the most un-geeky way. simple get the file download. i opened with gimp then i save it as .png. i use gnome-splashscreen-manager 0.2 which make it easier to load splash. well and finally i add to the splash manager, make it active and thats it!

any other help let me know. i will be more than glad to help with what i can.

peace


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 Re: Re: How to?

 
 by Elessar8905 on: Feb 5 2008
 
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Well I made a png with gimp but the icons or not coming on the slash screen during the login.


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 Small update

 
 by chnicChnac on: Dec 23 2007
 
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With tux and scaled for wide screens
http://rapidshare.com/files/78424498/splashargb1.1.xcf.html


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 Mockup?

 
 by Tiede on: Jun 11 2008
 
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Why are you classifying this as a mockup?
In the current state of Gnome, this is very well possible. Just use a .png file as your base, add an alpha layer and blur the final image.
You will get EXACTLY what you wanted. You should try it out though, 'cause I think it would look really nice.
I've done/used quite a few ARGB splash screens myself... And the best thing is (at least for me), compiz need not be installed for this to work since transparency is native in pngs!


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