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Description: This is how my OS4-workbench looks most of the time, plain and simple.
I usually run it at 1600x1200, now scaled down due to upload restrictions ;-)


Submitter:  tomazkid - More Photos from tomazkid  
Last Update: 22-Oct-2004 Hits: 5983 Rating: 7.22 (18 votes)Comments: 10 posts
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Re: My ordinairy Workbench
Posted on 22-Oct-2004 9:40:07
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Hey, that is one great wallpaper you have there! Has that Monkey Island feel to it.


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great grab but.....why o'why is it mixed png with glow?....

the dark alley in the bg.....wonder whats around the corner....should i go check or not??....oooooooooo...


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I like it! You know, it reminds me of that old original demo on the Amiga where the people (and a dog) walked across the screen to demonstrate the animation capabilities of Amiga.

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Wow! A really cool wb!!!!


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The background can be found at gnome.org


About the icons, yes, a mix atm. I haven't decided yet, if I'll go with Ken Lester's icon-set, or with pure png-icons ...


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From: going to and fro in the earth, and from walking up and down in it.

That's very tasty!

Agree with the Bode, a bit of a Monkey Island feeling, that was my first impression as well. Which is really cool, just waiting for a ghost pirate to come barging down the street.

As for mixing icons, well, what the heck... As long as it doesn't look too out of place. I mean, why stick strictly to one "theme"?
It would look strange if one was to click on a png-icon and a glow-icon at the same time though, so my advice would be to click them one at a time so as to not be bothered.


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I like it! You know, it reminds me of that old original demo on the Amiga where the people (and a dog) walked across the screen to demonstrate the animation capabilities of Amiga.


You're right it does sort of remind me of that too.

I still have that animation on a Genlock Demo disk that came with the A1300 genlock for my A1000.


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Great Backdrop. Kinda reminds me of Roger Rabbit for some reason ??


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very nice wallpaper!
Also what is the calender up there? Is it an inbuilt feature of the os? in that case, cool...if not then what :=?


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Also what is the calender up there?


It is called Limpidclock, and can be found at os4depot

Judging from the readme, it should work on OS 3.x too.


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Where did you get the 'Cow' icon for dnetc?? I only got a basic one installed here.


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The dnetc.icon is from here:

http://www.christianrosentreter.com/download/misc/dnetcicons.lha


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My first thought was Sly Raccoon on the PS2.

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I like it a lot. the background is very nice


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