Re: proposal green7 and cropping wallpapers
I have the same doubt with the gamma correction that is mentioned on
On 2 March 2012 11:31, Franz Gratzer <email@example.com> wrote:
> Did this email ever reach the list?
> I'm wondering because nobody has shown any reaction so far...
> On Sat, 2012-02-25 at 18:34 +0100, Franz Gratzer wrote:
>> Hi collegues,
>> I can understand, that our wallpaper layouts should fit into all usual
>> proportions (4:3, 5:4, 16:10 and 16:9). Am I right, that different
>> resolutions aren't a problem because they will be (hopefully
>> proportionally) scaled?
>> Yesterday I made my first drafts for a green theme based on the number
>> I didn't expect then, that we couldn't use different files for different
>> proportions. So I made four versions instead of one version. They aren't
>> ment to be cut off on the right and bottom by what ever necessary. (Even
>> if some of them might still work pretty good if you do that...)
>> Are the wallpapers scaled for lower resolutions? It's not easy dto
>> design something if most of the layout gets cut off. If wallpapers
>> aren't scaled under any circumstance the only "save" place of the
>> layouts would be the left top area.
>> I would like to do more experiments based on different structures in the
>> background and the number seven counted in those dash-counting style
>> (four dashes crossed by a fifth one). I think about stone, wood, a plant
>> leaf... each case the dashes formed in a proper method. Carved for
>> example in stone, eaten by an insect on the leaf...)
>> I couldn't find out so far how to adjust the gamma correction in GIMP
>> 2.6 to exactly 0.45 like asked for on the requirements page under
>> technical details.
>> Can anyone of you tell me where I can do this? I didn't even manage to
>> find any place where I can check what the actual gamma value is.
>>  http://wiki.debian.org/DebianArt/Themes/green7
>>  http://wiki.debian.org/DebianDesktop/Artwork/Requirements
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