Posts in the Code section

  1. Create Background Slideshows for your GNOME Desktop with CreBS

    For some time, GNOME has been able to use a series of images that change at specified intervals as the desktop background, but the XML files needed are time consuming to write or edit manually, and all users really ought to be able to create background slideshows with the same ease as setting static images as the wallpaper. I set out to make a programmatic solution, and so I present a little PyGTK app I call CreBS, an abbreviation of Create Background Slideshow.

  2. Smart Icons 1.5 Released

    Over the weekend I updated Smart Icons and turned it into an executable with user-specific preferences, auto-run capability, and a proper setup program. Head on over to Smart Icons’ new home for downloads and details.

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