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post #136 of 150

^very nice!

post #137 of 150

 


here are the last wallpapers. :) 

enjoy!

post #138 of 150

i saw this thread and thought it needed more polyscapes.

I'll  fix that :D

 

Here's something i made the other day

 

post #139 of 150
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Like this one! Doesn`t have too much gribbly-grabbly going on and makes text/info easy to read. Thanks for this one ;)

post #140 of 150

yeah, thanks.

i want to keep things simple, so that the texts and infos can be viewed easily as much as possible.

but id like to give more different background color so that we dont just use a black background.

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here are some of the wallpapers ive made.

enjoy!


Edited by pinoyman - 9/18/14 at 4:37pm
post #142 of 150

That first one looks really nice! :beerchug: 

post #143 of 150
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Thanks for this one! Suits very good with Mango UI orange/grey color scheme!

post #144 of 150

what's mango UI btw?

post #145 of 150

Mango (player software) UI (user interface).

post #146 of 150

where exactly do you put the wallpaper on the internal memory? Do you have to make a folder?

 

I tried downloading some the images on this thread and renaming them to Wallpaper.png but wallpaper doesn't appear after a reboot

post #147 of 150
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where exactly do you put the wallpaper on the internal memory? Do you have to make a folder?

I tried downloading some the images on this thread and renaming them to Wallpaper.png but wallpaper doesn't appear after a reboot

It's in the internal memory root directory as wallpaper.png. You got to make sure it's a png file type. In fact you don't need to reboot to see it once you disconnect from your PC, it should show up.
post #148 of 150

I don't see a "root directory" folder

post #149 of 150

alright, i stopped putting .png on the end (windows 7 64bit) and it worked

post #150 of 150

the root directory is the FOLDER itself.

just open the folder then paste it there.

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