Pink Champagne
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Pink Champagne

Updated Apr 12, 2014 by LightStar


cardinalsyn_25
Comment #1 Saturday, April 12, 2014 7:15 PM

Very pretty.

bleumart
Comment #2 Saturday, April 12, 2014 8:53 PM

Very nice, I have a pink also waiting to be approved

DaveBax
Comment #3 Saturday, April 12, 2014 8:55 PM

Have to say I loved it in the SS but wasn't going to download and install it. Decided to go ahead with that. Must say it's actually pretty cool. Your work is always the best but the color had me thinking. Thinking no more as it appears all your color picks work very well. 

LightStar
Comment #4 Saturday, April 12, 2014 9:44 PM

Have to say I loved it in the SS but wasn't going to download and install it. Decided to go ahead with that. Must say it's actually pretty cool. Your work is always the best but the color had me thinking. Thinking no more as it appears all your color picks work very well.

 

...and it recolors well too Dave if you turn off Smart Coloring.

 

Thanks everyone!

RedneckDude
Comment #5 Saturday, April 12, 2014 10:48 PM

Tickled pink to see this one, Tom!  Great job! 

ladyj55
Comment #6 Sunday, April 13, 2014 3:11 PM

 Lovely

olcritter
Comment #7 Monday, April 14, 2014 9:55 AM

Nice job.  I was hesitating about the pink color too but after installing the theme it looks better than the SS.  On my laptop the pink is more a lavender color which works fine with my other wallpapers.  I noticed one small problem though but so small that I am not even bothered with it.  At the top right corner of the start screen I notice that the border on the top of the start screen is narrower then the rest of the start screen.  I am using Stardocks Start 8 by the way on Windows 8.1 with the recent service pack installed.  I have a 64 bit system as well.  Otherwise this blind is great.  I love it. 

LightStar
Comment #8 Monday, April 14, 2014 6:15 PM

Any chance of a screenshot of the problem area olcritter? I really don't understand what you're talking about.

 

Thanks for the nice comments also, and you too LadyJ!

teddybearcholla
Comment #9 Tuesday, April 15, 2014 9:18 PM

Very beautiful blind, Tom!!!  Using now!!!

Jakeco
Comment #10 Wednesday, April 16, 2014 3:52 AM

finally downloaded it was so pleased to find it recolored so nicely very nice smooth usable stylish skin I like it thanks very much for sharing

LightStar
Comment #11 Wednesday, April 16, 2014 7:48 AM

Thanks TBC and Jake! 

Mindy43
Comment #12 Thursday, April 17, 2014 5:32 PM

Very pretty! It got my eye.

timsanders93
Comment #13 Thursday, May 01, 2014 3:50 PM

I will say I actually downloaded this theme... 

Anyway, it looks a lot better at night if you warm it up a bit that is: Just get flux

http://www.justgetflux.com/

http://www.justgetflux.com/research.html/

FIXED RESEARCH LINK, needed to add .html as you can see!

enjoy!

it's actually f.lux with an emphasis on the . dot in the middle

 

Computer monitors display 6500k color, all the time, it basically matches daytime sunlight

I mean take a peice of paper outside, and that's what white looks like on your computer.

Just like that, all the time... (could you think of anything that might be a problem with that?)

 

Looking at this "bluer" light (especially comparned to with fire, and Incandescent bulbs)

will really get your body ready to stay awake -- haha yep!

If you want to get your body to go to sleep -- but still want to browse around on the web, keep reading.

 

f.lux lowers the amount of blue light on the computer, but only at night,

staring 30 minutes before) sunset.

 

This will warm up all the colors, and help get your body to realize it getting close to night

and to help stop your body acting like it's 2 PM.

The warmer color (default is 3400k halogen) will help a lot and it actualy removes 75% of the blue light --

I bet you won't notice it after a week!

 

Once you get used to the color, try warmer settings like Incandescent, Dim Incandescent, and Candle.

They are located in the 3 horizontal line menu at the right (or right click the f.lux icon in system tray)

 

Tips for use: Use the slow 60 minute transition like I mentioned earlier, starting 30 minutes before sunset.

Well how does it know when sunset time is? Set your location.

Tell your family and friends, everyone can use this very simple program,

don't need to be a computer expert to understand it.

 

The line breaks are because I zoom in on pages, and this is one of them -- and the text dosn't wrap.

So that's why there's ton's of line breaks.

LightStar
Comment #14 Thursday, May 01, 2014 5:54 PM

Very interesting timsanders93. 

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