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  • odyssey
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Here you go
Can't wait for a HD-AAC encoder :P

  • ktr
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Reply #1
perhaps you can use this thread to show your wallpapers, i have no skills on photoshop but would love a nice foobar wallpaper
(the basic paint.net cant open .ps

  • odyssey
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Reply #2
perhaps you can use this thread to show your wallpapers, i have no skills on photoshop but would love a nice foobar wallpaper
(the basic paint.net cant open .ps

Why on earth would you use paint to open vector graphics with?  Photoshop are able to render it fine.

But it's a great idea, let see some wallpapers  Since this thread belongs to the upload section, it might be better to post them in this thread?
  • Last Edit: 16 June, 2007, 08:18:10 AM by odyssey
Can't wait for a HD-AAC encoder :P

  • ktr
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Reply #3
Why on earth would you use paint to open vector graphics with?  Photoshop are able to render it fine.


thougt paint.net can open it without plugin because the plugin for ps files doenst work with this file

and there are still people not having ps

  • pepoluan
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Reply #4
PostScript file?

Use gsview?
Nobody is Perfect.
I am Nobody.

http://pandu.poluan.info

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Reply #5
I have paint.net 3.07 but I can't open this file 

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Reply #6
I have paint.net 3.07 but I can't open this file 



photoshop can open it.

  • ktr
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Reply #7
and there are still people not having ps


e; @ PostScript file? Use gsview?
found nothing really working, but didnt try searching much so far
  • Last Edit: 18 June, 2007, 10:16:48 AM by ktr

  • smok3
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  • Last Edit: 18 June, 2007, 10:23:04 AM by smok3
PANIC: CPU 1: Cache Error (unrecoverable - dcache data) Eframe = 0x90000000208cf3b8
NOTICE - cpu 0 didn't dump TLB, may be hung

  • TREX6662k6
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Reply #9
Acrobat Distiller works too.

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Reply #10
Here my simple 5 min attempt. The background is not mine it's  a wallpaper from deviantArt. I added the layer blending options, lighting effects and the stroke. 

Sm: )er
I love π

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Reply #11
Here my simple 5 min attempt. The background is not mine it's  a wallpaper from deviantArt. I added the layer blending options, lighting effects and the stroke. 

Sm: )er



Would love a version of this but with the colouring of the AlienCat to be the same Orange (Gradient) as the icon for FLAC files.

Pretty please?

Sys

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Reply #12
How about this chief.
I love π

  • saivert
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Reply #13
Why PostScript? First I thougt it was a .PSD because that would be the most logical format to use. But it opened in Acrobat Distiller (I have the entire Adobe Web Premium CS3 package installed) and I could render it as a PDF.

Nice wallpapers guys!
http://foobar2000.saivert.com - foobar2000 component repository

  • ExUser
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Reply #14
my try on wallpaper:
http://somestuff.org/images/galleries/wall...0_wallpaper.png
(1920x1200)


Your title formatting script is a little verbose.
Code: [Select]
fb2k $replace(%foobar2000_version%,foobar2000 v,,beta,B,RC,rc)
would work fine.
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  • odyssey
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Why PostScript? First I thougt it was a .PSD because that would be the most logical format to use. But it opened in Acrobat Distiller (I have the entire Adobe Web Premium CS3 package installed) and I could render it as a PDF.

No! I posted the foobar2000 logo. Logos should always be designed as vector graphics. If it's meant to be used in wallpapers or such, you render it the size you want and manipulate it from there.

You are able to open the vector files from Photoshop with no problem.
Can't wait for a HD-AAC encoder :P

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Reply #16
Is someone going to update the foobar2000 logo for Vista anytime soon?  I think we need it to be a 256x256 pixel PNG with alpha layer.  I don't know if foobar needs any other changes to work "properly" in Vista, but so far all seems good.

  • foosion
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Reply #17
foobar2000 0.9.5 will come with a full set of Vista style icons.
http://foosion.foobar2000.org/ - my components for foobar2000

  • Supacon
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Reply #18
foobar2000 actually has a nice icon... I'm looking forward to seeing a high resolution version.  I can wait

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my little try

  • Mr.Duck
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Reply #20
Various Sizes in PNG format with transparency:















  • klonuo
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Reply #21
OMG, couldn't you embed 10000x10000 picture?

IMHO administrators should forbid linking insane resolutions on general principle

  • Mr.Duck
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Reply #22
I checked file sizes before I posted. They are fine. Plus they get shrunk down (you have to click it to view full resolution).

I spent like the eve trying to convert the PS file into a useable format. This should save ppl a few hrs I hope.

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Reply #23
then get any of ghostscript, image magick, pstoedit, even irfanview with plugin, inkscape... without talking about commercial standards in corel draw or adobe packages
and do whatever you want with postscript file, and don't assume about others' capabilities or wishes to see your big PNG converted image

large images still needs to be downloaded regardless js script, and again user's preference toward use of javascript may vary

or just provide link to original file without showing it to us

  • Mr.Duck
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Reply #24
then get any of ghostscript, image magick, pstoedit, even irfanview with plugin, inkscape... without talking about commercial standards in corel draw or adobe packages
and do whatever you want with postscript file, and don't assume about others' capabilities or wishes to see your big PNG converted image

large images still needs to be downloaded regardless js script, and again user's preference toward use of javascript may vary

or just provide link to original file without showing it to us

ghostscript didn't work properly. neither did inkscape (gave up). I converted SVG from another thread to these PNG in GIMP. Other people did ask for high rez image somewhere. OP refused in another thread. Anyhoo, I thought I was being helpful and I can't edit my post now to give links instead.


Various Sizes in PNG format with transparency: S, M, L, XL, XXL