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Fedora 7 KickoffQt / Sysinfo 1.8.1

  

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Fedora 7 KickoffQt / Sysinfo 1.8.1
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Fedora 7 KickoffQt / Sysinfo 1.8.1
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Link:  http://
Depends on  KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  3544
Submitted:  Aug 5 2007
Updated:  Aug 19 2007

Description:

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 what theme

 
 by zero1 on: Aug 12 2007
 
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hi guys! that looks great. what theme are you using BTW? the tabs on the kickoff menu fills the space from left to right. :D


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 Re: what theme

 
 by The1stSource on: Aug 12 2007
 
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Style>Domino>Configure>Custom Gradients
and Gimp>Tools>Color Tools>Colorize


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 Soft-porn

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Aug 16 2007
 
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Was that really needed or relevant? Why not have respect for:

Fellow kde enthusiasts and browsers who may not want to view such material when checking out nice software (programs, not skin).

Women who are also full class humans, software and kde-fans, etc, and not simply sex-objects and playmates.


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 Re: Soft-porn

 
 by The1stSource on: Aug 17 2007
 
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Bai Ling has probably overcome more obstacles as a woman than you. At least educate yourself before imposing your opinion. I don't find a little leg demeaning. BODY by GOD!


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 Re: Re: Soft-porn

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Aug 17 2007
 
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A lovely and highly intelligent lady for sure. More power to her.

Her pic has nothing to do with your program, however.


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 Re: Re: Re: Soft-por

 
 by The1stSource on: Aug 18 2007
 
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You are right it has nothing to do with my program and everything to do with my taste. ;^D


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 Bai Ling Biography:

 
 by The1stSource on: Aug 17 2007
 
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Bai Ling, whose name translates into English as "White Spirit," was born in China on October 10, 1970. Ling was born into a creative family -- her father was a musician and teacher, while her mother had been a stage actress -- but she was primarily raised by her grandmother after Ling's parents ran afoul of Chinese authorities during the Cultural Revolution. At the age of 14, Ling was enlisted in the People's Liberation Army, where she served as an entertainer, singing and dancing for the troops. However, the authoritarian atmosphere of the Army didn't suit Ling, who found herself accused of insubordination for use of tobacco and alcohol. After the end of her hitch with the Army, Ling joined a theater group in Beijing, where she appeared in traditional Chinese plays as well as dramas from the West. Ling began receiving small roles in Chinese films, and in 1988, Ling starred in Hu Guang, and attended the film's screening at the Moscow Film Festival; however, she was warned not to discuss political matters, particularly those related to the then-recent Tiananmen Square protests (in which Ling took part). Ling traveled to New York City at the age of 21 to study at New York University's Department of Film, and to hone her craft at the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute; Ling arrived in New York not knowing a word of English, but soon mastered the language through daily immersion. In 1994, Ling landed her first American film role, as the villainous Myca in the dark fantasy The Crow, and she also auditioned for Oliver Stone's Vietnam war drama Heaven & Earth. While Ling didn't get the part, Stone was impressed enough to cast her in his film Nixon as Richard Nixon's interpreter during his first visit to China. Ling's next film project turned out to be highly controversial; she appeared as a lawyer defending an American journalist on assignment in China in 1997's Red Corner. The film's highly unflattering depiction of the Chinese legal system (and the nation's widespread human rights abuses) caused the picture to be banned in both China and Korea; Ling also found her contracts canceled to appear in a pair of Chinese films, and Chinese officials revoked her passport shortly afterward (in 1999, she was granted United States citizenship). Afterward, Ling continued to receive steady work in supporting roles, appearing in Wild Wild West, Anna and the King, and the made-for-TV drama Point of Origin. In her private life, Ling has been linked romantically with stylish rock singer Chris Isaak. Mark Deming, All Movie Guide


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 Can't win...

 
 by johngreenwood on: Aug 19 2007
 
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Next time don't give a preview, and then watch everyone complain that there is no preview.


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 hi quick question

 
 by hotmexican1983 on: Aug 29 2007
 
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i would like to get my Kmenue to look like the one there not the animated one but the dif stile with the tabs and all what is the name of such app or plugin please


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