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Rome Total War Icon by yereverluvinuncleber Rome Total War Icon by yereverluvinuncleber
A simple icon to sit on your dock or desktop. A replacement for the low resolution icon that comes with Rome Total War. Hope you like it.

Looks better as an icon when shrunk down to size. This is already done for you in the zipfile.

In big 300 px PNG form, multiple size Windows .ICO file and two for Mac OS/X, one finder ready. Just drag and drop onto Rocketdock or Objectdock.

You may use any of my images in your own creations but commercially only with my permission. In all cases I require a credit to the original artist using my name or pseudonym and a link to my own site.
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pendragon1966 Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I like it!
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:iconyereverluvinuncleber:
good! - which linux distrib do you think I should try first?
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pendragon1966 Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Linux Mint + Cinnamon of course, ease of use, friendly and none of that unity-gnome3 crap, lighter than kde and more stable than LXDE or XFCE.

You could even give it a try at making a cinnamon theme!
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:iconyereverluvinuncleber:
I did make a start at one time. Machine died and so went my hopes.
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pendragon1966 Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
The machine died...

But now you have another ;-)
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:iconyereverluvinuncleber:
A virtual one that isn't quite as quick. I now need a 64bit quad core laptop so I can dedicate more than one core to the virtualisation, then it would fly. We ALL really need 8 cores. Two cores for the host o/s, two for Linux, two for Windows and two for something else.
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pendragon1966 Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
You forget the RAM, to use a virtual machine for anything other than testing OSs', you need at least 4Gb Ram the fastest the better optimum 8-16Gb Ram; the cores have less impact on the performing of the virtualized OS.
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:iconyereverluvinuncleber:
Oh dear - where will I get the cash for that?
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