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Themes for xp

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by blame, Jul 7, 2003.

  1. blame

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    Themes for xp

    Discussion started by blame - Jul 7, 2003

    theres this awesome site www.themexp.org that lets you make theme look pretty stealth theres one iam looking for called "luminar" but cant find it so if you can help me ou that would be good

    thanks
     
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    casekonly - Replied Jul 7, 2003

    great subjuect, i was just thinking about xp themes...
     
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    blame - Replied Jul 7, 2003

    yeah they are md give your comp a complete makeover

    pain in the ass to download though......... help? anyone?
     
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    type R - Replied Jul 7, 2003

    havent seen it.
     
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    Dirty_habiT - Replied Jul 7, 2003

    Awesome, I've now got a new boot screen, login screen, and desktop theme. Thanks.
     
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    :idea:
     
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    casekonly - Replied Jul 7, 2003

    someone should make a 12oz theme...anyone? anyone? (bueller)

    theres a software link to do just that on that link page...

    it goes here
    thems creation
     
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    casekonly - Replied Jul 7, 2003

    it's been awhile, but i think that you can go up to the right hand corner in the program and click on help, and there will be a "register" option up there...

    windowblinds kinda slows your sys, so i hope you have a fast 'puter...i used to make mine look like a mac and fantasize...heh...
    go for geoshell...just google it, something will pop up. it's a shell replacement proggy...much better than windowblinds and it's freeware
     
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    hmm, i've always liked litestep
    but i could never get it to work quite right
    i believe i'm going to install slackware on this computers second hd instead
     
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    Dirty_habiT - Replied Jul 7, 2003

    haha litestep, I used to mess around with that. It really isn't any match for a real linux desktop though. I'd say get your hands dirty and install RedHat 9 (shrike) on a spare HD laying around. It's really easy, and super cool. I'm gonna bump that "best of desktops" thread here in a bit, cause I've got dual display on my windows XP comp.... which provides for double workspace. woo woo.
     
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    geoshell, mah nilla, i'm tellin' you... litestep is ok, but geoshell is the king.
     
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    think that stuff will work on windows 98?
     
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