Text Beside Icons on the Desktop - NautilusI've decided to re-write this little tutorial for those who are interested in a more "Mac Feel" on the gnome Desktop.
First, open terminal and write:
apt-get source nautilus
sudo apt-get build-dep nautilus
The build-dep command will install all the build dependencies for nautilus.
In nautilus sorce folder you just downloaded, navigate to: src\file-manager.
Find the file named: fm-desktop-icon-view.c
Open with your favorite Text Editor and find the line:
real_supports_labels_beside_icons (FMIconView *view)
Below it you'd see this line: return FALSE;
Change it to:
On GNOME3 and Nautilus 3.x+ search for the file: /src/nautilus-desktop-icon-view.c in the directory you just downloaded.
And look for this line: "supports-labels-beside-icons", FALSE,
Change FALSE to TRUE
Save the file.
Now start to compile Nautilus.
sudo make install
Choose Text Beside Icons in the Preferences.
Nautilus now should draw Text beside ico
Install covergloobus for Ubuntu 12.041. Download from https://launchpad.net/~sausageandeggs/+archive/ppa/+packages - covergloobus_1.7-0~361~precise1.tar.gzInstall covergloobus for Ubuntu 12.041 year ago in Personal More Like This
2. Unpack and go to recipe-1.7
3. In terminal:
sudo apt-get install automake
sudo make install
4. If not work, install python-xlib and python-support
Street Photos tips and tricks | trips and tics IA few tips for beginners and others who feel not so confident shooting people: if shooting from the hip while walking in broad day light, hitting the shutter between footsteps, set lens focus to manual and adjust the scale to the precalculated distance between you and your subjects (safer: between 3m and infinity), then shoot in shutter speed mode with a 600 or higher value and let the camera calculate the rest.Street Photos tips and tricks | trips and tics I8 months ago in Photography More Like This
Shoot in manual mode, you can play with shutter speeds and aperture and, to begin with, let the ISO in auto so the camera can decide its value for you.
You can also make a reading of your hand in the particular light you'll be shoot
FILMIE QUESTIONSATTENTION - THIS JOURNAL IS INTERACTIVE - please read on to see how it works!FILMIE QUESTIONS1 month ago in Photography More Like This
A while ago we asked you if there was anything you‘d like to read about in a Filmie Journal, and a few of you came up with specific questions relating to developing negatives.
We‘re really happy about the feedback, because it helps us writing Journals about topics you are really interested in. So before starting our to try and answer a few of those questions, I‘d like to encourage you all to let us know anything you would love to see or read about in future Journals - it‘s a great help for us and for sure there are brilliant and interesting topics, questions and ideas out there from all of our members that make interesting and inspiring Journals!
And now, without further ado, here are the questions:
HOW TO PRACTICALLY KEEP THE TEMPERATURE RIGHT
If developing times are around 10-15 minutes and the room temperature isn‘t too extremely different to your developi