New picture for the ReactOS download page?

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WhiteFlash
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Post by WhiteFlash »

That looks alright, but maybe the reflected image should also say "alpha" :wink:

artguy10
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Post by artguy10 »

WhiteFlash wrote:That looks alright, but maybe the reflected image should also say "alpha" :wink:
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

I missed that. :oops:

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Here goes.
[ external image ]

meg112
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Post by meg112 »

Good Job Artguy10! i will add the cover for 0.3.3 in download page soon.

ROSFan
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Post by ROSFan »

I changed the background and some text of the 0.3.1 cover.

In my Version:
-Description of 0.3.3 is missing (there is no final release this time so I have to wait for information what's new and added)
-New Screenshots can be made later

[ external image ]
http://www.seanserver.com/~againstgates ... er_0_11.7z

phoenix
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Post by phoenix »

Looks rather good though I don't think that that background color looks well. It just doesn't fit to the logo and the blue title.
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FSX
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Post by FSX »

Artguy's is rather w00t, but put the old bakground on yours, ROSFan, and it wins.

ROSFan
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Post by ROSFan »

There wouldn't be any difference despite of text then :roll:
I wanted to change something. ;)

Nmn
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Post by Nmn »

OPINIONS:

All of these covers look great, but I'd say I'd prefer sticking with mfs because its already being used, it already fits the color scheme and it looks really good.

Now, PNG vs JPG. Don't be too quick to think that PNG is worse than JPEG in compression!! PNG happens to have palleting, too. I've also experienced PNG compression in Photographs that are better than JPEG. The point is making sure optimal use of JPEG and PNG is used and the quality is still good would be a nice idea, then you could see which is smaller. As far as I understand, GIMP and libpng based applications compress PNG better than any commercial software that implements PNG by itself.

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