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Jokes/Interweb Things Thread, Business Card - For The Busy Geek in Fun Stuff; Well done @ sysman ! when can we download the PSD? @ john - have to agree that the old ...
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    Well done @sysman ! when can we download the PSD?
    @john - have to agree that the old Skool style is much better - as much of a lover of Win7 I am - the new UI just doesn't have quite the same effect in this instance..
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    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    The notepad icon in the top left corner of the original pic points the wrong way.
    Not if Notepad were running on XP:


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    old skool is better. 16bit ftw!

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    Ubuntu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveP View Post
    Not if Notepad were running on XP:

    But what version of notepad is it in the original pic?

    Notepad running in 2000 seems to have the notepad icon opening to the left but also looks to have a small black line on it so it looks like it is probably xp running classic desktop?

    Ben

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    Win7 with classic theme:

    win7-classic.png

    Ben

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    PSD attached to the preview post above. Enjoy

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    all too new-skool


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    Pfft - can't believe you lot falling all over yourselves over such an inaccurate depiction. That's clearly Notepad++ colours running in a Notepad window. Completely unrealistic! And you call yourselves geeks.


    Seriously, though - that's pretty awesome...

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    Quote Originally Posted by north-ict View Post
    I must admit i agree with sysman the old skool one looks more cooler.
    It's the scale, the old school one it to scale and better framed, the 7 version is not. If they were at the same scale the 7 one would look better.

    I must admit that the first thing I thought when seeing the initial one was that 'that business card needs to be upgraded'

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    I can't open .PSD with GIMP

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    How about a CMD version?

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    How about good ol' BASIC?

    Code:
    10 PRINT "Business Card"
    20 PRINT ""
    30 PRINT "Name: XXXXXXX"
    40 PRINT "Title: XXXXXXXX"
    50 PRINT "Phone: XXX XXX XXX"
    60 PRINT "Email: XXX.XXX@XXXXX.COM"
    70 PRINT "Link: http://www.somewhere.com"
    (Sorry dont have access to nice flashy apps like Photoshop or GIMP here....)

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    Awesome....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Miss View Post
    Awesome....
    Think you'll find this awesomer


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