Open the website on your desktop, take a snapshot of your desktop ...



  • ... send the snapshot as an attachment to your post to the mailing list.

     http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-make/2006-12/msg00003.html

     

      ROFL:-)

     



  • TRWTF of course is Xeyes not only being used, not just having a garish colour scheme, but taking up such a large chunk of the screen!  I really hope it's because he has some kind of sight problem, and not because he just likes it!



  • TRWTF is the lack of a wooden table in the process. ;)



  • In fairness, if one expects the site in question to change, taking a screenshot is a good idea, though saving the page, or at the very least cropping to only the browser, is better. But I don't think there's any reason for it in this case.

    TRWTF however is that he feels the need for not one, not two, but THREE clocks. I'm surprised he hasn't got a firefox extension for a clock as well.

     



  • [quote user="m0ffx"]

    In fairness, if one expects the site in question to change, taking a screenshot is a good idea, though saving the page, or at the very least cropping to only the browser, is better. But I don't think there's any reason for it in this case.

    TRWTF however is that he feels the need for not one, not two, but THREE clocks. I'm surprised he hasn't got a firefox extension for a clock as well.

     

    [/quote]

     

    In this case, the correct action was simply to copy and paste the text of his forum post. 



  • Xeyes, Xload, Xclock! That is so... 1995!



  • [quote user="merreborn"][quote user="m0ffx"]

    In fairness, if one
    expects the site in question to change, taking a screenshot is a good
    idea, though saving the page, or at the very least cropping to only the
    browser, is better. But I don't think there's any reason for it in this
    case.

    TRWTF however is that he feels the need for not one, not
    two, but THREE clocks. I'm surprised he hasn't got a firefox extension
    for a clock as well.

     

    [/quote]

     

    In this case, the correct action was simply to copy and paste the text of his forum post. 

    [/quote]

     

    Or even better, just copy and paste the URL from the title bar of the browser.

     

    But that would be too simple!  (Not to mention quicker and easier as well).

     



  • [quote user="H3SO5"]Xeyes, Xload, Xclock! That is so... 1995![/quote]

    But he isn't running Neko. He's gone way down in my estimation because of that... 



  • [quote user="versatilia"]TRWTF of course is Xeyes not only being used, not just having a garish colour scheme, but taking up such a large chunk of the screen!  I really hope it's because he has some kind of sight problem, and not because he just likes it!
    [/quote]

    Actually it's not xeyes taking up the whole rest of the screen; xeyes window is transparent (er, rather, shaped). Looks like it's running with no title bar too.

    But the pic is till interesting; I thought I was really retro when I was running WindowMaker until last week when I finally switched to Metacity. This one looks like kwin with lololvwlwm (or whatever it was called again) lookalike theme. Yep, very 1995ish. Makes me wonder if anyone has made FVWM1-lookalike Metacity theme =)


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