Does anyone know the meaning/principles of the CentOS logo? Just recently, I discovered that the Debian logo came from the swirly beard of Buzz Lightyear while the logo of Ubuntu means a circle of ... [by noeyx]
Hello, I have question about changing the default plymouth theme. The current theme has an Ubuntu text above 5 progressing dots. Is it possible to change that into Ubuntu logo, with color being progressed. "Consider the Fedora plymouth animation. Faded logo is colored as loading proceeds).
Ubuntu is cool but not if you don’t know what went wrong. Recently I made some changes which caused the Ubuntu logo to disappear (Symbol with circle animation). The logo doesn’t appear anymore while booting or shutting down. The only thing which appear on booting and shutdown is 4 dots which change color (red & white).
I have no idea of what I possibly could have done wrong.
I'll just throw this hereSketchy Debian logo:Sketchy Android logo taking off:Black versionGreen color changed a bit because it is not fully opaque.Sketchy crunchbang logo:Sketchy Ubuntu logo based on 'Light':Filled like Android:Sketchy Windows 7:Sketchy Fedora logo:Requests accepted :)
Tonight I quickly threw together a Plymouth theme for Kubuntu. I borrowed the ubuntu-logo theme and edited it to fit Kubuntu better by changing the background colors, the color of the progress dots, and added a glowing Kubuntu logo. The logo is temporary as we await our new branding logos.
I am playing some video files in my android app. Now I want to change the default logo of channel for those videos by my own icon(logo). What is the most sufficient way to do this and is it possible to identify a particular item place in a video file?
Ever since Android was first released, it has kept the same logo. Now, five and a half years after the first Android device was released, Google might be looking to change that logo.
A boot animation for the upcoming LG G Watch shows what might be the future logo of Android, when, towards the end of the video we see a new Android watermark.
With Motorola Mobility apparently on the path to releasing the Motorola X phone sometime this year, the company appears to have decided now is the time to reveal a new logo. The company has kept the unique “M” badge as part of the logo. The image above shows a circle of colors around the “M” badge.
If you for whatever reason dislike OpenOffice.org’s logo or want to gain an extra few seconds of speed while the application loads, you can disable OO.o’s logo by editing the
file and modifying the