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Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by Sital, Jan 1, 2017.
Here's mine to start the new year.
Not a new wallpaper, but I like how well it goes with this OS. Power Mac G5 Quad running Mac OS X 10.5.8 (Leopard) for the 2017 PowerPC Challenge.
For the moment, until it changes in 15 minutes.
@redheeler : I used that wallpaper a lot in Leopard. It's very nice.
A typical bit of early 1970s Chang Cheh heroic bloodshed...fitting for the changes going on in my life right now.
I used Pixelmator’s Repair Tool to remove the person from original.
Happy New Year to all!
All the images of desktop are amazing.
I recently upgraded from an eight-year-old computer to a four-year-old computer, and the difference is phenomenal. I ****ing love this thing. After copying all of my files over, I cleaned the desktop and threw on the 5K version of a wallpaper @redheeler once asked for because I wanted to see what it would look like now that I finally have a retina display.
Concorde Supersonic Jet
LOL already changed mine. I would absolutely weep with joy if Celestial ever releases a native language copy of Vengeance! on blu ray. One of my favorite movies (not just Shaw Brothers/Hong Kong either).
One does not simply change a nearly flawless wallpaper.
Ubuntu + i3
It will be more awesome when it's a new retina iMac...
It's a pleasant change to see a pre-clean realistically populated workspace. Thanks!
I recently rediscovered GNUstep. Its File Viewer is one of very few file managers that offer Miller columns without Mac OS X. Below, a shot of GWorkspace and, just for fun, a few other GNUstep apps in (minimalistic) Fluxbox on a MacBookPro11,2.
More realistic shots (but these are not from a Mac): GNUstep – includes GWorkspace File Viewer with Miller columns - External Packages - TrueOS Community
Hamburg? Your pic?
My current macbook desktop.
my imac has dual screens so not sure i can screen shot both
Got the link to that wallpaper still pls?
It's on this freak's website: angerdanger.com/graphics/minimal_mountains_fivekay.jpg