judgedredd wrote:Its interesting that this is being said yet Mint 7 has great artwork for the desktop workspace (green cloudy sky looking through a window which has raindrops on it) yet has the Mint logo smack bang in the middle without the ability of either hiding it or doing away with it. It has spoilt a really great picture (for me). Strangely enough it has put me off using Mint 7!
clem wrote:Yes, I think so. What really matters isn't the format itself here, it's to be able to modify the artwork by accessing individual layers. For instance, say somebody makes a brilliant wallpaper for Mint 10... and comes Mint 11 we want to modify it and transform that 10 into an 11... that's when we need to be able to access that layer, or to produce a new image without the number on top..
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