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    Quote Originally Posted by rocketpcguy
    its always painful to visit a white-backgrounded website when you live with a dark desktop. anyone knows a way to make firefox or some browser make all text white and the bg black/grey in every website?
    Probably a way to impose a user css on sites that could give you black backgrounds. I can't imagine it would be simple though.

    There is a reason I'm doing the black thing. My monitor is on its last legs. If I have a light colour I can see this yellow staining on the screen in the bottom right corner. When it's dark I can't see it. Also when there is too much white on the screen or it's too bright the screen changes sizes. Not resolution, but size. For example if I maximize jl.com with all its white and grey my gnome panel at the top will disappear off the top of the screen. I'm so freaking used to 1600x1200 that I won't go down in size. Now I just need to be able to afford an LCD that can display that or better. Now that I've had it like this for a while I like it. Very easy on the eyes with all the lights off.

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    Back in gnome since forever. I actually like it. Dual 17" action going with TwinView. Click to enlarge.
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    Looks like gnome is gaining ground again


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    Here's my latest desktop.

    Fluxbox, gkrellm, iDesk, XMMS and MaCoPiX.

    By the way, my old account, MartinB doesn't seem to be associated with any of my current e-mail addresses. Does anyone know if it's possible to recover this account?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bren_McGuire
    Here's my latest desktop.

    Fluxbox, gkrellm, iDesk, XMMS and MaCoPiX.

    By the way, my old account, MartinB doesn't seem to be associated with any of my current e-mail addresses. Does anyone know if it's possible to recover this account?
    I'll check it out...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bren_McGuire
    Here's my latest desktop.

    Fluxbox, gkrellm, iDesk, XMMS and MaCoPiX.

    By the way, my old account, MartinB doesn't seem to be associated with any of my current e-mail addresses. Does anyone know if it's possible to recover this account?
    Gah, I should've known to search before asking, now I answered my own question!

    So I'll just say, nice desktop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bren_McGuire
    Here's my latest desktop.

    Fluxbox, gkrellm, iDesk, XMMS and MaCoPiX.

    By the way, my old account, MartinB doesn't seem to be associated with any of my current e-mail addresses. Does anyone know if it's possible to recover this account?
    So, your background is what, half rabbit half camel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cybertron
    So, your background is what, half rabbit half camel?
    LOL... It's furry, as in, the genre of art know as furry (that is, anthropomorphic animals, or animals with characteristics of humans). According to the filename, it is Orchid Bunny.

    (I only chose that one because it's the only one I have that is tasteful )

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    wow some artists really need to learn to lay off the cheeba

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    Is "cheeba" just a word that you made up for to express that you don't know what you're talking about, or is it a real word?

    Seriously, I'd like to know. I've never heard of cheeba before.

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    Well, I don't know how dkeav meant it but the urban dictionary says it's marijuana.

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cheeba

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    you know drawing naked animals is how serial killers start

    that and burning ants in the backyard with a magnifying glass

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    Yes, suuuuure it is. Keep telling yourself that and one day you might even believe it.

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