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# Oh no, my LCD screen is broken! Oh, whew, it was just a Fedora upgrade. ;) --[[User:Ktdreyer|Ktdreyer]] 04:15, 4 August 2010 (UTC)
 
# Oh no, my LCD screen is broken! Oh, whew, it was just a Fedora upgrade. ;) --[[User:Ktdreyer|Ktdreyer]] 04:15, 4 August 2010 (UTC)
 
# A little too sharp edged for my taste. --[[User:Fthieme|Frank]]
 
# A little too sharp edged for my taste. --[[User:Fthieme|Frank]]
# I prefer my desktop background to be more subdued and understated, so that any icons placed on it stand out prominently. --[[User:Allenhalsey|Allenhalsey]] 01:03, 17 August 2010 (UTC)
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# I usually prefer my desktop background to be more subdued, but, after trying it out, I like it. SUGGESTION: It feels unfinished because the slivers seem to be radiating from nothing; it needs something there. --[[User:Allenhalsey|Allenhalsey]] 01:03, 17 August 2010 (UTC)

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Leave your feed back for the Fedora 14 wallpaper theme concept, shown below.

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  1. Looks nice, me likey. :-) Rares
  2. My first impressions were: Sharp, shattered, edgy, detailed, a little complex, and unusual for fedora. None of which should in any way exclude it from consideration and acceptance. -- Dan
  3. Very eye-catching. I like it! I'll be test driving it on my F13 box for now. --Sparks 20:59, 28 July 2010 (UTC)
  4. Looks awesome! :D Ankur Sinha
  5. Oh no, my LCD screen is broken! Oh, whew, it was just a Fedora upgrade. ;) --Ktdreyer 04:15, 4 August 2010 (UTC)
  6. A little too sharp edged for my taste. --Frank
  7. I usually prefer my desktop background to be more subdued, but, after trying it out, I like it. SUGGESTION: It feels unfinished because the slivers seem to be radiating from nothing; it needs something there. --Allenhalsey 01:03, 17 August 2010 (UTC)