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Sat Feb 16 08:42:35 GMT 2008
I'd like to seccond that, though traditionally dual display also comes as 2*
1280*1024, so something to fit that would be good. Advantage with an SVG is
you just need to do a few versions with different ratios and then no
resizing is needed.
On 15/02/2008, sylvain marc <sam7.ubuntu at gmail.com> wrote:
> Could we have wallpaper for dualscreen in the futur LTS ? (2* 1440*900 =
> 2880*900 for exemple) ?
> 2008/2/11, Webmaster, Jhnet.co.uk <mail at jhnet.co.uk>:
> > SVGs would be preferable because it means that the graphic can be made
> > potentially in any range of graphics. On the other hand if you don't want
> > "the vector look" then you'll need to use a raster graphics package. You'll
> > likley find that you'll be asked for xcfs for GIMP so if you have any
> > experience with GIMP then it would be great to do it in that (and besides,
> > it makes a good display of open source tools!). On the other hand PSDs are
> > fine as GIMP can open them up but there are some compatibility issues (for
> > instance layer effects do not work).
> > Anyhow, to be honest for wall papers so long as we end up with a PNG at
> > the end of it to use as a wallpaper thats the important factor (for GUI
> > designs having a copy we can pull apart is much more important) so for the
> > most part it doesn't matter.
> > Looking forward to seeing what you make!
> > Jonny
> > On 10/02/2008, Thomas L.Gjeseth <thomlie at online.no> wrote:
> > > Hi there,
> > > Just a quick question for you guys,
> > > Are there any rules regarding wallpapers, do they have to be svg's, or
> > > any particular minimum resolution requirements? I prefer working in
> > > Photoshop when it comes to *artistic graphics* rather than logos etc...
> > >
> > > - Thomas L.G
> > >
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