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Hi Christoph!

Yeah, this request was done in my blog too. The suggested resolution is 1600px large. Would be it enough? For make sure, I'm thinking to render at 2500px. (I know some developers have even bigger screens... *my dream*)

And, as I said few minutes ago, today I'm having some left time, so your ask will be answered sooner than you was thinking. :) I just did not it before because it's not just re-render the pictures, but I need too increase the quality of textures (export again in Inkscape) and the mesh resolution (with a subdivision process called SubSurface) and it increase a bit the render time too. But today I'm sure it'll be possible. ;)

I know you are not in a hurry. It's just to explain a little bit the process. :P

See you,

On 18-02-2011 18:50, Christoph Noack wrote:
Hi Paulo, Marc, all!

I'm currently enjoying a short break ... so I thought it would be nice
to switch to a new wallpaper ;-)

Am Donnerstag, den 17.02.2011, 02:14 -0200 schrieb Paulo José:
Yeah, it was deliberated. But I can easily change that in the Gimp
files. I just thought to emphasize the LibreOffice words making the
others white. But initially I was worried about the background be too
bright to do it. Thank you for your commentary! :)
Paulo, I really enjoy "my" new wallpaper, but (a very small but) it
looks a bit pixelated on my screen. So if (important: if, because there
is no urgency) you have some time left, could you please render them in
an even higher resolution?

I ask, because there might be some more adopters when offering wallpaper
sizes that match the (usually?) larger screens of the developers ;-)

Marc, thanks a lot for shaping the wallpaper wiki page! I've corrected
two minor issues, but I found it a bit difficult to find the "correct"
picture. I would love to tweak it a bit more, but I miss the time ... so
if anybody could have a look at it, this would be great!

One of my favorite pages to browse wallpapers (although no wiki page),
is the Gnome Backgrounds collection - maybe serving as an inspiration:

Here is how I did the table for the LibreOffice logos:

Thanks to you all - it's amazing to see that there is "not only"
LibreOffice the software :-)


Paulo José O. Amaro
Computer Science Student
Federal University of São João del-Rei
WebDesigner / Linked Empresa Júnior
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