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Discussion in 'UI Customization' started by stevietheb, Nov 29, 2005.
A bit early...but I've already got my screenshot doneso I figured I'd start it off.
You realize that tomorrows the 30th right? Its not the 1st. Haha, we dont usually see them until a couple hours before the 1st. Oh well. I'm still working on finding mine for December. Something Winter/Holidays.
You're about 22 hours early for our time zone
And yes, anywhere in Texas is better than Somerville
Too early... Wait till at least a couple of hours before the next month, at the earliest.
Remember, December desktops
Tell that to Mitthrawnuruodo, he has his Santa hat on and it's still November!
Eh, its early but why not?
WOOOOOHOOOOO its (almost) December
Well here is my desktop:
Incase you wondered the background is a picture taken by my uncle when he was on location filming for the company he works for.....very nice picture i think.
MERRY EARLY CHRISTMAS PEOPLE (thought i would be the first to say it hahaha)
Mine hasn't changed since November I'm afraid... I still like it!
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Will Cheyney, doesn't that Dock get in the way?
Check out the colonel's hat!
It's a little busy, but I like it.
Whats the flower in your menu bar?
Adobe Version Cue I believe.
Simple is nice though!
Posted this in the November Desktops thread yesterday, so I might as well do it here:
Time to close down this premature desktop thread and ban all members who have participated so far.
Here's to the Crazy Ones
It's not that premature, I think it's already December in Kiwiland and it's only an hour and 20 minutes to go here.
Yes, all your file are belong to us.
That's quite nice. Where is it from?
From recent trip to Seattle:
Hey, it was first Sunday in advent last Sunday, which basically kicks of Christmas, at least here in Norway...
Santa hats are allowed after this...
Yeah he's right. I've got my tiny little Christmas tree set up now.
Here's mine. It's not winter here but this is a photo of when it was winter a couple of years ago about 4 hours south in the village of Thredbo, NSW.
Ain't it perdy?