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#1 Re: Off Topic / General Chat » Someone good at photoshop? » 2010-05-27 07:33:36

anonymous wrote:

Instead of doing a normal save, record an action for  "Save for Web & Devices".

Thanks! That did the trick! Was almost about to give up on this after spending countless of hours trying to find an answer to the problem. Was a bit funny there was a thread at another forum with exactly same question and exactly the same action. Ended up doing some photoshop droplet to use with lightroom and trying to export from there but didn't work as well.

Hopefully someone else can get use of this thread in the future and thanks again for helping out!

#2 Off Topic / General Chat » Someone good at photoshop? » 2010-05-26 09:57:18

Replies: 2

I'm stuck on a problem with photoshop and thought maybe someone at this forum can help me out? I want to batch edit photos with an action I've edited.

The problem with the action is that the "save as" command I added does what it should, but ask me where to save the picture even tho I specified this in the automate - batch process. I don't want this message to show after the images are processed by the action, so if someone can take a look at the action and help me out I would appreciate it allot.

Download Link … s.atn.html

MD5: E7B598A22C55D677E38A2C79B999B30D

The action was originally downloaded from Deviantart … t-60935227

Also, if someone knows how to get photoshop actions to work with Gimp I will change photoeditor smile

Edit: Found out the creator of the action also made a guide to get the effect for so guess it is possible to do for Gimp as well? … NT.NET.pdf

#3 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » Design a CrunchBang Linux Sticker » 2010-05-24 16:00:50

FiniteStateMachine wrote:

That looks quite cool soderstrom.

Thanks! But hopefully someone who knows illustrator/Inkscape can make a better version smile

#4 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » Simple CrunchBang Wallpaper » 2010-05-23 13:48:27

I read Crunchbong as well. Maybe reverse the swirl? People will still see it is the Debian logo but maybe it will be confusing? Will it look like an @ or still O, that is the question big_smile

#6 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » Design a CrunchBang Linux Sticker » 2010-05-23 08:10:15

Some really nice artworks here!

Thought  I could try it out as well but have no skill with illustrator or photoshop so tried to put my idea into this "prototype"
The idea is to make the background transparent on the sticker, if possible, so just the text and Debian logo shows.

Uploaded with

The font I used is called Clubland. Feel free to use the above idea and make it better cool

#7 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » May 2010 Screenshot Thread » 2010-05-21 18:11:32

gutterslob wrote:
soderstrom wrote:

Hey how did you get those icons? Looks very nice and simple smile

If your distro is Debian/Ubuntu based (Statler, for example), grab the .deb dated 04-Jan-2010 from here = … con-theme/
There's also a tarball if you prefer doing things manually.

Also, I know you requested a theme from an older screenshot of mine, soderstorm. Give me some time to work on it, please. (the GTK is still not as clean as I'd like)


Thanks! Hey my memory is really bad so forgot I already asked you on another theme you used. But guess thats says it all what I think about your taste of themes right? cool

Dont feel you have to fix the other theme that fast. Noticed you got many request of it but I have in mind that people have a life other than spending time to play around configuring themes on #! or replying to comments at this forum...probably lol

Cheers and I'm off to do more stuck on youtube...again...

#9 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » May 2010 Screenshot Thread » 2010-05-21 17:29:55

gutterslob wrote:


Nothing serious......Just playing around with fonts and icons.

Hey how did you get those icons? Looks very nice and simple smile

Here is my current desktop. Still needs allot to be done with the conky configuration like showing off cpu and gpu temperature and a big clock for Japanese and Swedish time.

Using a red Dell XPS M1330 laptop so thought the colour fit nice.

Uploaded with

Edit: how the hell do you get a thumbnail that directs to the fullsize image with imageshack? roll

#10 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » May 2010 Screenshot Thread » 2010-05-17 21:21:55

gutterslob wrote:

Typical drab Monday desktop (sans the bluez)


Yeah, I know the theme is crap. I just liked the wallpaper. hmm

Hey I like this theme! Do you mind share the code? Would like to customize the colors a bit but overall it looks great!

#11 Re: Help & Support (Crunchbang 11 "Waldorf") » Volume Icon missing in tray. Tried EVERYTHING! [SOLVED] » 2010-05-16 08:46:59

Andreas wrote:

If you still have the standard openbox menu, it would be in (I believe) Settings > Openbox > edit, if you want quick access next time wink

Thanks! It was a bit easier than to use the vi editor in terminal. Also I edited all I could find in the system that had something to do with bluetooth to start at startup. But it's enough to edit the openbox autostart? I give it a try again because had some problems now.

#12 Re: Tips, Tricks & Scripts » [Retired] HOWTO: Bluetooth » 2010-05-16 08:37:35

I can't get my bluetooth icon to show up in the system tray. I followed the guide and edited all files I found, restarted but still nothing shows up. Even tried installing blueman as well but it also didn't show in the system tray.

Please help because I need to set-up my handsfree to be able to talk on skype.

Edit: Solved, was missing the gnome bluetooth applet package. Guess I will wait longer before asking for help but it is weird that I've got a tendency to solve my own problems just after asking for help big_smile

#13 Re: Help & Support (Crunchbang 11 "Waldorf") » Volume Icon missing in tray. Tried EVERYTHING! [SOLVED] » 2010-05-16 08:08:20

anonymous wrote:

Use gmrun instead of the terminal to launch volwheel. Openbox menu > Run Program or press Alt-F2.

Also you might want to check your file to make sure volwheel is still listed in there.

Where can I find the I am new to linux so have not learned to search with the terminal and maybe someone else can get use for a answer to this question? smile

Edit: Found it with the command "sudo Find / -name"

#14 Re: Artwork & Screenshots » May 2010 Screenshot Thread » 2010-05-16 07:59:46

Piraja wrote:
Piraja wrote:

Maybe this will do, then, for the next few months?

No way. Here's the outcome of the latest development:


The "Happy Sound" cassette tape insert that I used for my gimping is from here.

I like it! smile

I just set-up my system but will come back here later on with a screenshot.

Great thread for inspiration!

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