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Where did you get the Halo desktop picture?

 

I like your icon there ncaprioli

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Googled halo two wallpapers :lol:

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they are remarkably similar......do you mind if I keep it?

 

LOL, i don't care. 8) :lol:

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My Desktop:

External HD is named Roxanne (after the song)

Black iPod is named Black Betty (after the song)

And in the bottom left corner there is a temperature readout of CPU and HD

MortalKombatDesktop.jpg

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Before I post mine, does anyone know hwo to scale the image down from its default resolution?

 

use imageshack

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A message for those who wish to post screenshots:

 

I have had a lot of experience using different image hosting companies and although everyone has a different opinion I thought I would share my experience and prefered way of working with you:

 

I use the standard Mac keyboard shortcut Command+Shift+3 to take screenshots of my desktop and Command+Shift+4 then Space to take screenshots of individual windows or the dock. I then use a freeware program called SnapShooter to create a linking thumbnail type image.

 

My image hosting company for use on forums is called Fotki and they store a large volume of images in various regular formats with very few (ie. none that would ever effect you) limitations until you have a fair few images. These can then be deleted from the server in order to make room for more or you can pay the small (I believe $30/annum) subscription fee to have truly unlimited storage space. They then give you a link under each image which you can use in BBCode "img" tags to create a link as shown below:

 

EG:

 

[url=http://images15.fotki.com/v245/photos/5/530878/2909731/Picture1-1-vi.png][img=http://images7.fotki.com/v141/photos/5/530878/2909731/Small1-vi.png][/url]

 

Would make this:

 

Small1-vi.png

 

Hope that help some of you and good luck.

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A message for those who wish to post screenshots:

 

I have had a lot of experience using different image hosting companies and although everyone has a different opinion I thought I would share my experience and prefered way of working with you:

 

I use the standard Mac keyboard shortcut Command+Shift+3 to take screenshots of my desktop and Command+Shift+4 then Space to take screenshots of individual windows or the dock. I then use a freeware program called SnapShooter to create a linking thumbnail type image.

 

My image hosting company for use on forums is called Fotki and they store a large volume of images in various regular formats with very few (ie. none that would ever effect you) limitations until you have a fair few images. These can then be deleted from the server in order to make room for more or you can pay the small (I believe $30/annum) subscription fee to have truly unlimited storage space. They then give you a link under each image which you can use in BBCode "img" tags to create a link as shown below:

 

EG:

 

[url=http://images15.fotki.com/v245/photos/5/530878/2909731/Picture1-1-vi.png][img=http://images7.fotki.com/v141/photos/5/530878/2909731/Small1-vi.png][/url]

 

Would make this:

 

Small1-vi.png

 

Hope that help some of you and good luck.

 

How, how in god's name do you have 20 hours and 56 minutes of battery life?!?!?

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A message for those who wish to post screenshots:

 

I have had a lot of experience using different image hosting companies and although everyone has a different opinion I thought I would share my experience and prefered way of working with you:

 

I use the standard Mac keyboard shortcut Command+Shift+3 to take screenshots of my desktop and Command+Shift+4 then Space to take screenshots of individual windows or the dock. I then use a freeware program called SnapShooter to create a linking thumbnail type image.

 

My image hosting company for use on forums is called Fotki and they store a large volume of images in various regular formats with very few (ie. none that would ever effect you) limitations until you have a fair few images. These can then be deleted from the server in order to make room for more or you can pay the small (I believe $30/annum) subscription fee to have truly unlimited storage space. They then give you a link under each image which you can use in BBCode "img" tags to create a link as shown below:

 

EG:

 

[url=http://images15.fotki.com/v245/photos/5/530878/2909731/Picture1-1-vi.png][img=http://images7.fotki.com/v141/photos/5/530878/2909731/Small1-vi.png][/url]

 

Would make this:

 

Small1-vi.png

 

Hope that help some of you and good luck.

 

How, how in god's name do you have 20 hours and 56 minutes of battery life?!?!?

That's the time, you maroon

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it is, my bad... :oops: my dream of intel books is haunting me i guess.

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A message for those who wish to post screenshots:

 

I have had a lot of experience using different image hosting companies and although everyone has a different opinion I thought I would share my experience and prefered way of working with you:

 

I use the standard Mac keyboard shortcut Command+Shift+3 to take screenshots of my desktop and Command+Shift+4 then Space to take screenshots of individual windows or the dock. I then use a freeware program called SnapShooter to create a linking thumbnail type image.

 

My image hosting company for use on forums is called Fotki and they store a large volume of images in various regular formats with very few (ie. none that would ever effect you) limitations until you have a fair few images. These can then be deleted from the server in order to make room for more or you can pay the small (I believe $30/annum) subscription fee to have truly unlimited storage space. They then give you a link under each image which you can use in BBCode "img" tags to create a link as shown below:

 

EG:

 

[url=http://images15.fotki.com/v245/photos/5/530878/2909731/Picture1-1-vi.png][img=http://images7.fotki.com/v141/photos/5/530878/2909731/Small1-vi.png][/url]

 

Would make this:

 

Small1-vi.png

 

Hope that help some of you and good luck.

 

How, how in god's name do you have 20 hours and 56 minutes of battery life?!?!?

That's the time, you maroon

 

lol whats a moroon?

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maroon is a color, but it is also what Bugs Bunny used to call morons.

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maroon is a color, but it is also what Bugs Bunny used to call morons.

 

We may be aging ourselves.

 

"What a maroon. What a maroon!" (with slowed emphasis between each word in the second sentence) :)

 

 

And just to stay on topic... here is my current desktop photo. Sorry for all the icons on the desktop. :)

 

desktop.png

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maroon is a color, but it is also what Bugs Bunny used to call morons.

 

We may be aging ourselves.

 

"What a maroon. What a maroon!" (with slowed emphasis between each word in the second sentence) :)

 

 

And just to stay on topic... here is my current desktop photo. Sorry for all the icons on the desktop. :)

http://photos.pshack.com/misc/desktop.png

 

Don't be sorry for the icons, it's best to leave it like that. I prefer to see how someones desktop looks than how their wallpaper looks in a thread entitled desktop.

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This is an interesting post about why not to have too many icons laying around your desktop:

http://www.macosxhints.com/article.php?sto...8&lsrc=osxh

 

Good link, and very true of any OS. Something i stick to by simply having a folder on my desktop called "_Temporary Desktop" (the _ so it always stays at the top if I do add anything else) which I put everything in. I also keep my dock tight and use Command+Shift+A combo a lot.

 

In terms of what your desktop looks like though; if Kerry has a lot of icons, then I want to see them. It makes it more interesting. If he doesn't, but it's how it usually looks then it's equally as interesting to me.

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here's my current desktop. it was taken last weekend at the AVN Expo is Vegas while i was in town for the CES show. Jenna Haze makes me feel funny down there.

 

January2006.jpg

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