Patrik Gissberg <patrik@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Axel Dörfler: > > Well, while that works for most wallpapers, there are some where > > that > > won't look as good as a specifically made version. > It's all about tradeoffs. Offering two or more wallpapers for > different aspect ratios may look better, but doubles the size and > decreases user-friendliness. Offering one wallpaper won't look perfect > (but good), but decreases size and increases user-friendliness. > User-friendliness is what I value the most. User friendliness isn't really affected if there is just one wallpaper that Haiku boots with. However, there is little value in providing bad looking wallpapers. I would only include the winning entry (if we can all agree on that, as that's a decision that needs to be made by the project) with Haiku, and made the other nice ones part of a wallpaper package that you can install if you want. > I strongly believe that this is the best solution, and somewhat > unique; Select a wallpaper and it will look good (maybe not perfect) > regardless of your resolution or monitor aspect ratio. But IMO that's exactly where things fall apart; with a rule like this you limit the options for good looking wallpapers considerably. Bye, Axel.