Install emerald for Ubuntu 12.041. Install packages (in terminal):Install emerald for Ubuntu 12.043 years ago in Personal More Like This
sudo apt-get install git autoconf libtool libwnck1.0-cil-dev libwnck-dev intltool libdecoration0-dev gawk
2. Download emerald
3. Install, in terminal (if you download to Downloads folder)
./autogen.sh && make clean && make distclean && ./configure --prefix=/usr && make && sudo make install
RU version by me - http://fucknhack.blogspot.com/2012/03/how-to-emerald-ubuntu-1204.html
JP version by sakuraiyuta (check for fix Segmentation fault!) - http://sakuraiyuta.tumblr.com/post/22907649635/ubuntu-12-04-emerald-segmentation-fault#disqus_thread
how-to fix Segmentation fault by mirbaharobert - http://comments.deviantart.com/1/292806813/2544778377
DeviantART's First Ever Gallery Show in London!Last weekend, a few deviantART staff members were in London for a combination of community fun and srs bsns. While deviantART has become quite adept at hosting deviantMEETs, we decided to try our hand at something a little different -- hosting an art exhibition featuring Prints by deviantART artists local to the area.DeviantART's First Ever Gallery Show in London!3 years ago in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
On Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012, deviantART sponsored Urban Blighty, a unique showcase of hand-selected Prints by United Kingdom based deviants. These Prints were chosen based on a variety of criteria -- curation quality, previous Print sales, genre, etc. -- in order to exemplify the breadth of works available for sale on deviantART. In contacting our selected artists, we were pleased to hear they were excited to showcase their works and tha
Pure BeautyPure Beauty2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Blues by HappyKootie Spring Light by Snowfall-lullaby
D082 by miobi 52 Weeks: 21. by PastelowaLady
Fela_2 by hellwomanI'll forgive and forget by justina-m 573 by intelkuritsa
Winter I by raindropsMelody Sabina by Jay-Jusuf
Classic Beauty by KayleighJune Anna. by 6Artificial6 redredredself by Pretty-As-A-Picture Stacey II by GARETHHH
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 12.043 years 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
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.Text Beside Icons on the Desktop - Nautilus3 years ago in Personal More Like This
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
Macro Photography Contest ( looking for prizes ) !Photography Contest !Macro Photography Contest ( looking for prizes ) !2 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
It's Contest Time again !
Theme : Macro / Close Up
Deadline : 10. May
200 by lieveheersbeestje
50 by Paul774
15 by mylittlebluesky
10 by lesserdevil
10 by AkuZeku
Sketch by SkyLandWarrior
Journal Feature by Kara-a
Journal Feature by serel
Journal Feature by AkuZeku
Journal Feature by rainylake
Journal Feature by Paul774
Journal Feature by Isalovesphotography
Just WOOOOOOOWHello my dearsJust WOOOOOOOW2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
All of us know that You've mentioned in my journal so no need to bother you by commenting on your masterpieces.Just Enjoy...
Love Is Like A Butterfly by xeena-dragonkizz Motherland Chronicles #33 - Ascend by zemotion Terra by aresgirl34
The Altar by Notvitruvian Black Widow by Blavatskaya Like Ice by Autonoe
Classic nude drawing by WhizzieWhizzer
Super Feature 3 of 2013!!The next one has arrived! For people who wish to return, fill in the blank spaces with any words you wish:Super Feature 3 of 2013!!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Nice of the ____ the invite us over for a ____ eh ____? I hope ___ made lotsa ______! ____, look! Its from _____! Dear pesky _____. The ____ and I, have taken over the _____ Kingdom! The ____ is now a permanent _____ in one my 7 ____ hotels! I dare you to ____ her if you can! We gotta ___ the _____! And YOU gotta ___ Us! If you need instructions on how to get to the ____, check out enclosed ____ book!
Generous donator with epic ocs
Generous donator with epic photography
Generous donator with awesome Pokemon/colourings
Generous doantor with cute anime drawings
Medium - How to focus at night (hyperfocal)Hello again, and sorry by not posting anything for a long time, I've been a bit busy with University stuff and other projects.Medium - How to focus at night (hyperfocal)3 years ago in Personal More Like This
I'll talk about how I use the hyperfocal rule, which is very useful, especially shooting in low light conditions, like in the night. You'll need a lantern and a camera. And it'd be great if you had an smartphone, you'll find out why if you continue reading.
The hyperfocal rule serves to calculate at which distance we should focus to make not only the foreground subject appear focused (whatever: a house, a tree, etc), but the background as well (the infinite point focused, so that stars, for example, appear focused too). This distance will depend on many factors: the aperture, the focal lenght, the circle of confusion, etc. But fortunately this won't be a maths class: you can download apps for your smartphone or find on the internet hyperfocal distances for your camera depending on these factors, so that you'll have to calculate nothing. I use an app and I only
The Great FeatureFirst the news. And the news is that my elementals are finally done! ^^ You can find them in my gallery or just see belowThe Great Feature3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
And now to the features. Some days ago I announced that I am making a free feature for those who want it! ^^ Here it is! Since there were so many respondents ()
, for the ease of looking at every picture, I have separated them into the groups of around 21. Which picture appears in which box was chosen at random. Take a look. There are manyyy great pictures here!
P.S. If you feel it is too much for you to look at once, come back in a few days, this feature will be here for at least
Literature DD Roundup- June 2013Hello all!Literature DD Roundup- June 20132 years ago in Literature Features More Like This
We’re scarily already halfway through the year! Next month sees another round of camp NaNoWrimo as well as the glorious Flash Fiction Month. We hope to see lots of involvement and good writing come out of those!
Us CVs are really keen to see some diversity in our DD choices each month. We’re keen to see pieces that are a little different, or broach genres/themes that perhaps are not as common as others. If you do see anything out there which meets those and are fabulously written, please do send in your DD suggestions to any of us!
Here is the roundup for June
Features by BeccaJS
:thumb374656279: A Poet's Romance by Nullibicity
Sword Swallower by KissTheSunrise Sorrowbird by IrrevocableFate Drunk Ramblings... by Gen-Kavik the theatre by toxic-nebulae
Blessing by saartha
The Artists Toolbox: Photography StudiosHearing the word studio makes me think of expensive rooms with top of the range equipment, fantastic lighting and only professional awesome photographers inside of it. In reality however, you can create a Photography studio for just about any type of Photography and it doesn't have to cost very much.The Artists Toolbox: Photography Studios2 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
The Macro Studio
Macro Photography can be undertaken pretty much anywhere, but sometimes you just want to shoot something in a neutral environment with a plain, unobtrusive backdrop. Many photographers shy away from doing this because they think it's too complicated - actually you would be doing yourself a favour if you did try it, it can really help improve your work.
For starters, you don't even have to have expensive flash. You could use any lamp that you can easily move around, to give a bit of light into your mini studio. You also need a couple of sheets of card or paper, and a cardboard box. The sizing is completely up to you and up to the size of the o
The Mentorship Project Is Back!And let me tell you, it's never been this awesome!The Mentorship Project Is Back!8 months ago in Deviant Events More Like This
Please spread the word about this project by faving and sharing this blog.
You can sign up for the Mentorship Project HERE!
Our Anniversary Gift, To You
Today marks theWrittenRevolution's fifth anniversary, and we can finally re-start a project we were very fond of: and in the best tWR fashion, we bring it back to you packed with innovation!
What is the Mentorship Project?
It's a learning system for our members, that works through a series of mentees (aka the deviants who want to learn, or rather, "be taught" new things) and mentors (the more experienced deviants who feel confident enough to teach - and maybe learn something new also ), that we help form pairs to follow the Project.
What does the project consist of?
Adjusting The Antennae (Ep. 15)Hello to everyone! I’m so excited to see you could make it to this very special 15th installment of ‘Adjusting The Antennae’ on the spooooookiest of days! Yes, that's right, I have a very special Halloween episode for you all, today! I hope you are all well, enjoying your Halloween and eating a bunch of candy if you celebrate it and if you're like me who doesn't celebrate Halloween, I hope you also get a bunch of candy because you deserve it and you're perfect. I also hope you're enjoying fall as well as it is my favorite season of the year!Adjusting The Antennae (Ep. 15)9 months ago in Literature Features More Like This
Today's guest is an absolute fantastic deviant in every way but before I introduce this lovely and adorable lady, I am your host, chromeantennae and I'm glad to have you all here for the 15th episode of ATA. It is an absolute honor to be a part of your day on deviantART.
And my guest for today’s show is the incomparable OfOneSoul. Kimberly here is one of the
help needed weekly give away ends 1st of Aprilhelp needed weekly give away ends 1st of April2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Rules have been changed if you want to enter this weekly give away
it's requirement to fav this journal!
Edit: that means you don't need to write 5 comments anymore
but it's still allowed if you want to :3
for those of you who do not know, I, *Tsuki-SoraRuki:decide to do a project
called project weekly give away
but guys I really need help to continue with my project
help me out by donating points at Tsuki-SoraRuki (currently I'm having 2,491 any mount of Points is welcome
or click on the
Literature Articles You Should KnowI don't take the time to write good community-building articles, I'm no good at it. But organizing good community articles? I'm all over that! Many thanks go to the great people who put so much of their time and energy into this site. If you don't know these people, they are intelligent, kind hearted, and entirely too good to be associating with layabouts like me. They deserve a lot more, but I recommend thanking them with llamas, points, gifts, praise... or watch them. I've yet to see anything bad come from any of these guys. Oh, and if you aren't watching CRLiterature you should be.Literature Articles You Should Know2 years ago in Literature Features More Like This
I'm going to try and catalog the most recent postings of various literature articles that the
crazyamazing people of our community produce. It's hard to keep track of them all, but somebody has to try! And in the "those who cannot do" mentality, I can handle list-making as opposed to creating a series of my own. Everything that ends up on this p
My Landscape PhotographyHi! my name is Ferdinand I'm a digital artist working as an Art Director in game and outsourcing company. Beside doing paintings i also love photography most of my images are landscapes. I really like shooting landscapes because it's gives you the freedom and have the chance to explore your world around you and there's no limits on how you visualize your creativity. And it's a great source of inspiration and reference that i applied on my paintings. I traveled occasionally just to enjoy the pleasure and to embrace the awesomeness of our mother nature.My Landscape Photography8 months ago in Personal More Like This
Here are the sample of my landscape photos.
And please visit my Flickr gallery for more landscape photography, https://www.flickr.com/photos/shawnmaverick/sets/
Thank you for viewing and have a nice day!...
Ten Tips for Nature PhotographersThis article came about after a deviant specifically requested that we write ten clear, simple tips for Photographing Nature. Troubleshooting articles and information can be very useful, but sometimes breaking it down into manageable memorable chunks is so much easier. So without further ado please enjoy our Ten Tips for Nature Photographers!Ten Tips for Nature Photographers2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
1) Get into your environment
Yes, it's rhubarb. To be a true photographer, you must be at one with rhubarb.
When we talk about photographing Nature, we don't necessarily mean wide expansive rolling landscapes. Whilst they contain any number of elements that are nature focused and made up from natural resources - Nature Photography is about getting into your environment and getting up close and personal with these elements. So think of it like you are Photographing the components that make up that beautiful lan
August Flower FeaturesI love flowers. Yes, yes I do. My gallery is full of them. Here are some great flower images from around deviantART ready for the picking!August Flower Features2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Tear by DPasschierBrevity by Anastasia-Ri
Fire Dahlia by PoultryChamp Small Flower by PoultryChamp
Remember to watch for more features and giveaways!
Do You Want to Host a Workshop?Hello allDo You Want to Host a Workshop?1 year ago in Literature Features More Like This
As you may be aware, I recently revived Writers-Workshop and now into the fourth workshop since starting again. Three of these workshops have been run by myself, but what made the group so awesome in the past was having different hosts each month. This also meant drawing in from different experiences, skills and cultures from all over deviantART, giving a wide variety of workshop choices. We are now looking for future workshop hosts, trying to book up to the end of this year, with a different workshop each month.
You can run it by yourself, or with a friend or on behalf of another group, we are all for that. Your workshop can also be whatever you like as long as it fits the month period. If you are unfamiliar with our group format, it might be worth keeping an eye on the current workshops to see how it all works. There is a dedicated backroom team to support you also, so you're not
tWR Interviews: Prose and Poetry BasicsHello everyone, and welcome to the second installment of our "tWR Interviews", where we interview experienced writers of our community about the art of writing!tWR Interviews: Prose and Poetry Basics6 months ago in Literature Features More Like This
If you're reading, please favourite the article and share it so we can spread this amazing resource around!
The other articles posted are:tWR Interviews: On Writing
What will this article's interviews center on?
This interview will be double:
with Carmalain7, Vigilo, jade-pandora and betwixtthepages answering questions about poetry, and illuminara and LiliWrites answering about prose.
The second lesson of our Mentorship Project for poetry will be about verses, linebreaks, stanzas and other basics. And the prose lesson will be on paragraph division and dialogue. So our guests will be answering some questions about these aspects of writing.
SYNCHRONICITY PART 3 MV RELEASED ONE HOUR AGO!!!!!EDIT: HERE'S THE SUBBED, WHOLE VIDEO~! THANKS TO :iconneonwolfxstar:~!SYNCHRONICITY PART 3 MV RELEASED ONE HOUR AGO!!!!!3 years ago in Personal More Like This
YES. AS SAID, THE FINAL CHAPTER OF SYNCHRONICITY PART 3 WAS RELEASED JUST ONE HOUR AGO ON NICO NICO DOUGA, AND I'M SHAKING I CAN'T EVEN TYPE PROPERLY ASJHGDFJAHDBFJHEGFLAKJHGDSJJFDLHJD I PERSONALLY SAW THE PV MYSELF, AND I THINK IT'S EXTREMELY WELL DRAWN, WELL DONE, THE VOICES MATCH THE DRAWINGS AND EMOTIONS. BEAUTIFUL. ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL. IT'S SO AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA :iconamgtouchplz::iconamgtouchplz: BUT...
MIKU HOW COULD YOU
I'LL TRY TO GET THE VIDEO SOMETIMES ALONG THE TRACK ON YOUTUBE, BUT SINCE IT WAS JUST RELEASED AN HOUR AGO, I EXPECT IT TO TAKE A WHILE, PLEASE BEAR WITH ME! THANKS SO MUCH TO :icondragonsoldier77: FOR TELLING ME~!
I was so convinced the mv wasn't going to come out until next year or something
But, on a side note, please try to buy yamashizuku's cd to support them~! THANK YOU SO MUCH AGAIN TO :icondragonsoldier77:~!!!!!!
Mentorship Project, Second LessonHello, my dear mentors and mentees! I hope the first lesson went well for all of you. Thankfully, it was a very basic one so even if you couldn't finish up with it, you're not missing something that will hinder your understanding of the second lesson. Be careful, however: we're starting to focus on specific aspects now, so close following is best. (:Mentorship Project, Second Lesson6 months ago in Literature Features More Like This
First things first
We have interviewed some great deviants for you: in tWR Interviews: Prose and Poetry Basics, we interviewed Carmalain7, Vigilo, betwixtthepages and jade-pandora for poetry, and LiliWrites and illuminara for prose. please check it out! And maybe give it a fav because it deserves the exposure.
Poetry Course - Lesson 2
As with the first lesson, we will be providing you with res
Weekly Round-up!Well, folks, we're nearing the half-way mark of the mad month of November. NaNoWriMo has officially kicked off and I'm sure all you writers out there are knuckling down to pump out those words. If you haven't started, there's still time to join in the fun, you're only a few days behind, plenty of time to catch up.Weekly Round-up!9 months ago in Personal More Like This
Tell us how your first few days of epic novelling are going so far. Do you have your first scene? You first chapter? Has your blood caffeine level already begun to spike? Tell us all your triumphs and woes, we'd love to hear it.
This Week's Features
Sword Play by parchmentgirl
“I think you’re missing the bit where the chick with the pink Mohawk tried to take your head off.”
A short piece of fiction that uses dialogue to portray two very different characters in a potentially deadly, yet humorous situation.