WindowsXP_MC_Kicker
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Description:

This is a Windows XP MC style for Kicker. For details and installation, please read the Readme file (only in German at the moment).

Thanks to Dalin Mircrosystems & GilgaMesh.
www.dalin-microsystems.com

cameraman82

10 years ago

Sweet, I'll use this for when my wife signs in. That way she wont be too confused.

Oh and on the copyright issue all you have to do is make one line different and it isn't copyrighted. For example, at my university they used the Road Rules graphic and all they did to make it legal was erase one of the lines on the road and it was completely legal because it wasn't exactly the same

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ih8windoze

10 years ago

This is a very handy theme for switching people from M$ to Linux. Thank you.

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lephermessiah

10 years ago

The butterfly that's in this image closely resembles the ones that are in the Crystal series by everaldo, so I don't think it's copyrighted by Microsoft.

Anyways, this looks awesome, keep up the good work. Copyright or copyleft, I think it pwnz0rs. :D

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DonBilbo88

10 years ago

yeah. that's right.

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DonBilbo88

10 years ago

thanks cmost, but I think Superstoned is right. Well, sorry. I didn't know that there is a copyright on the butterfly.
Next time, I'll write it in the Readme file :-)

Hope you like my work.

Thanks.

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cmost

10 years ago

Superstoned, don't you have anything better to do than run around here acting like the copyright police? Who are you, the RIAA or MPAA? MS cannot copyright butterflies or colors. If this guy were to use his butterfly in conjunction with "MSN" or some other Microsoft copyrighted mark you'd have a point. Right now, you don't. This guy does great work. Leave him alone before he stops contributing to KDE-look.org.

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d3f3nd3r

10 years ago

Uh, yes they can copyright the butterfly and colors used in it.

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cmost

10 years ago

Yeah, you're right. I was really drunk when I typed my other comment! On the other hand, if MS were worried about their butterfly getting out, so to speak, they wouldn't have peppered Manhatten with MSN butterly stickers back in October of 2002. One city official criticized the "illegal, irresponsible and dangerous defacing of public property" when he demanded that MS remove the unauthorised butterly stickers that appeared across the city. In other words, I doubt they'll care if one of their butterflies appears in a wallpaper being used on Linux/BSD, or any other competing OS.

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Superstoned

10 years ago

i have a feeling the butterfly might be copyrighted, making your work illegal... it looks nice, sure, but i think you should rethink it, a bunch of lawyers around your house, howling at the full moon - doesn't sound great.

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