Member since: Nov 19th, 2009
Nov 20th 2009 6:45PM Unfortunately I'm running Vista. I've Googled the question before but the closest thing I found was making Foobar look like the full version of Winamp which defeats the purpose. Bummer.
Nov 20th 2009 6:22PM I'm one of those people still using Winamp Lite because it can always be on top of a window and only takes up about 15x100 pixels. I have FooBar installed for playing FLAC files but is there any way to get it down to Winamp Lite's size? I think it can be minimized to the system tray but I like to be able to see what's playing and the time remaining without having to hover over a system tray icon. Any suggestions are appreciated.
Nov 19th 2009 8:48PM Not quite sure I see the value in a web-based desktop. It makes sense with mobile devices because you can have servers handle the hardcore processing for you but for Desktops I don't see the point.
Nov 19th 2009 8:42PM Good decision on Ubuntu's part. I wouldn't even call GIMP the professional option anymore. Still no 16-bit or CMYK support the last time I checked and the UI is a major pain to work with 3 different windows. After testing Krita I was quite impressed. I prefer Gnome's UI but digiKam and Krita are hands down winners on KDE vs. GIMP and F-Spot on Gnome.
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