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I didn't want to chip away at the site's bandwidth or anything. I don't know how many requests I might get. For each different visual style, multiple copies might exist depending on which resolutions they are requested in.

I might just zip it as one big wallpaper pack or else allow people to download only whichever wallpapers they want, including 1024x768 and 1280x1024 variations of each wallpaper.

Whatever you suggest Mash. Just say the word.

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lol, ok sorry guys! My bad, it is Dapper :)

(Now where did I get Drapper from...?)

Takuro: Any news on the 1600x1200 wall? :)

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When people request a different resolution of a wallpaper that I've already made, I usually simply resize to the correct height (such as 768) and the crop to fit whatever width it needs (like 1024) to get something like 1024x768. If I had just did a straight resize from 1680x1050 to 1024x768, the logo would get scrunched horizonally. That's because I'm transforming a 16:9 wallpaper into 4:3 (common sense.)

In 1600x1200, I run into a problem: 1200 is a greater height than 1050 (the master image that I use.)

So I'll make it for you, but first I need to ask if it's ok if there is 150 pixels of vertical and horizontal stretching in the final image. It might look fuzzy.

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When people request a different resolution of a wallpaper that I've already made, I usually simply resize to the correct height (such as 768) and the crop to fit whatever width it needs (like 1024) to get something like 1024x768. If I had just did a straight resize from 1680x1050 to 1024x768, the logo would get scrunched horizonally. That's because I'm transforming a 16:9 wallpaper into 4:3 (common sense.)

In 1600x1200, I run into a problem: 1200 is a greater height than 1050 (the master image that I use.)

So I'll make it for you, but first I need to ask if it's ok if there is 150 pixels of vertical and horizontal stretching in the final image. It might look fuzzy.


Yeah please, that'll be okay :angry:

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Yeah, Takuro - go ahead and slap them up. We've got enough bandwidth for all of CNN.

Well, ok. Maybe not that much.

We've got a lot. :angry:

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The "Aqua Bliss Hybrid Wallpaper Pack v1.0" contains the eight main wallpapers I created in the following resolutions:

- 1680 x 1050
- 1600 x 1200
- 1440 x 900
- 1280 x 1024
- 1024 x 768
- 800 x 600

That hopefully covers everybody!

[Click here to download Aqua Bliss Wallpaper Pack v1.0.zip]

Note: I couldn't add the file as an attachment, Mash. Maybe you could find some other way to keep a local copy. I guess 26mb is too big.

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Thanks for the wonderful desktop pack!

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Sorry it's a bit late, but thanks for the 1600 x 1200 wall Takuro! ^_^

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These are excellent, thanks very much!





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