Re: fvwm-themes gets better
On Mon, Sep 08, 2003 at 10:41:03PM -0600, Bob Proulx wrote:
> Andrei Mitrofanow wrote:
> > nobody interestet to fvwm-themes?
> > http://smilebef.homelinux.org/~smilebef/
> [Reading my note before sending it I see it sounds harsh. I don't
> mean it that way. I mean it constructively so that you will know why
> I personally have not tried any of your packages. Please take this
Ok i can change it to english.
> I use FVWM. I am interested in themes. But I don't read German and
> could not make any headway on your web page. So I am left out. Which
> is fine. But I am also less likely to try your packages if I don't
> have clues as to what is in them.
> Of the three screenshots present on your web page, two have almost
> identical purple-grey themes and seem identical to me. The other one
> has the same theme but with a different color. Taken together it does
> not look like very much. Therefore it is not interesting enough to
> sell me enough to download a set of unknown deb files and try to
> inspect them carefully because they are not from a previously trusted
> source and to test them on my machine. Those themes look too bland to
> be interesting, sorry.
No, sorry this Themes are not in the package.
For screanshots you must look on the original fvwm-homepage.
I know, this screenshots are verry verry experimentel, this are the
development from a friend, he wanted to design buttons for fvwm, and i
have it make posible to look only for him to see the result.
This are in Detail not the same. (: the Border and the title are
> Compare this to:
Yes i know, these are the screenshots whitch are in my package.
> There are many more interesting themes there. It would be interesting
> to have someone package those for Debian. Perhaps that is even what
> you are trying to do. But again, I can't tell that.
Im happy about this (:
Sorry for my bad english.
I hope it is to understand.
So i will now change my Home page for you.
PS: 20 min