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Old 05-02-2011, 11:14 AM   #31
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Nice Tweety...wish I could keep mine that bloody clean...I use so many temp files...sigh...
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Old 05-02-2011, 01:32 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by tweetytunes View Post
Here are my four at the mo
My puppy, my power-loader, trapjaw and Gears of war 3

Nice and clean - the way I like it


That's a puppy?! O_o
S/He'll be massive when s/he's older. Is it an Alsatian?
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Old 05-02-2011, 01:45 PM   #33
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Yer my pup Penny (Alsation) - that was her at 4 months - it was a year ago now - much bigger now but just as cute - and a big softy. I just love that photo of her
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Well I have gone back to a two screen setup - and they posted the new box art for gears 3 so had to hit photoshop to get that bad boy up hehe
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wait... huh? how'd you go from four to two? or was that four different screen shots of your desktop before?
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it was because I had changing back grounds - 1 screen 4 wallpapers changing every hour - now I have 2 screens 5 wallpapers changing every hour
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Ok I had a clean up...I felt embarrassed by soem of the clean screens...so I have now created a desktop Folder and put all of my crap in there...you all made me feel so dirty....

Here is a shot of the old...and now the new screensaver. This is a little girl saved from the floods in Queensland...I will keep this photo however as it is pretty heart stirring...a big strapping Army boy carrying a wee girl to safety...good our military arent just for killing things.

The new shot is my boat from the Feb Challenge...I LOVE the red colour I got out of it...the funky FG gives it a weird patchy look...which I actually like a lot.

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so now I am cleaner....ok?
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Haha... aw... bullet, you don't have to be embarrassed. Everyone's entitled to put whatever crap they want on their desktop.
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LOL yeh I know but I have had the missus, my mates and my daughter comment now LOL.....
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I got me a new setup now

Here I have a pc... nothing but the recycling bin on the desktop
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and the newest addition to my room... the mac mini which sits to the left. I now have three monitors and both computers share the keyboard and mouse via synergy.
the mac doesn't always like to play lets-network-with-the-other-computers so it can't see my pc, but my pc sure can see it.
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Sweet Chirone, that sounds like a good system. I'd love to have Mac Win and Linux all on one desk with a single mouse and keyboard. Mmmm... inclusivity.
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yeah, so far it's working out great
beats a KVM switch, i save on a power port and one money and i get to see both computers all at once
the only problem would be if i want to use the mac without turning on the pc, because then i currently have to go under the desk to unplug the keyboard... which is minor really...
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Spent a number of minutes on this tonight. Thoughts?

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Wow acid...you really have too much time on your hands LOL...looks the biz though mate

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Only spent about an hour on that one :p All the white text and such is from Rainmeter, which took me 3 long nights to set up how I wanted back in December :p
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