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Windows XP SlipStream SP2 Cover?

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Rob    20
Nice i got my new cover thanks :)

Glad you like it, I just prefer it to the ripped versions, and it's certainly sharper text-wise as it's all fonts.

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Rob    20
No DVD covers anybody :whistle:?

Give me the dimensions and I'll make you one like the CD cover posted above.

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Dazzla    5

What about this one?

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Dazzla    5

Home Edition as well, CD format, DVD format could be done as well I suppose :unsure:

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Hurmoth    518

Beautiful Dazzla!

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NetRyder    1

Very cool, Daz :)

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Hexum    0

Nicely done Dazzla, thanks (Y)

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Larney    0

Very nice Dazzla, you couldn't make a DVD cover and a CD for those of us who have slipstreamed it?

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forster    23
Home Edition as well, CD format, DVD format could be done as well I suppose :unsure:

PSD would be just super :)

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Yuxi    2
What about this one?

I like that one. :yes: :D

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DaVoodoo    0

Here is one that you can use if you have a corporate version of XP.

Cheerz

DL

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LispyGlitter2    1

.DL, that is fantastic! I love the inclusion of the start bar. Mind making one for XP Home? *falls in love*

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Larney    0

Dazzla you have the DVD covers the wrong way round :blink:

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Dazzla    5

Huh?

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Larney    0

It will print out the wrong way or is that just me :blink:

I always thought that DVD covers had the front on the right hand side :whistle:

But very nice covers, you couldn't do a generic CD for Slipstreamers?

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Dazzla    5

I didn't make any DVD covers, they're just CD inlays. The PSDs are just my wallpaper PSDs, I cropped that down for the CD inlays. They're not DVD templates.

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Larney    0

Oh ok, you couldn't make any DVD covers could you as your covers are extremely nice and I want to make my copy of SP2 look nice :)

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Dazzla    5

I suppose so, but I'm off to bed now :p work in the morning :D

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Larney    0

Ok, Cheers for the great stuff so far ;)

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DrunkenMaster    0
What about this one?

Thats nice. But you're such an inconsiderate jerk (or I'm a cheap screw)..... you spent all that time making a nice color one but some of us (or me anyways) only has a laser printer. Sigh! :p :p

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Larney    0

LOL :p

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Louisville Slugger    2

1.jpg

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:woot:

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kainashi    8

very nice, Louisville Slugger. :yes:

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Larney    0

You couldn't scan those covers in, editing the serial of course :p, as they look quite nice for CD covers...anybody still up for making any DVD covers :whistle: ?

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