I’ve been using a new theme lately for Ubuntu that is based on the appearance of Google Wave. One thing that I hate about Opera in Linux is that it doesn’t automatically inherit the current themes appearance. The only way to make Opera match your current theme is to download a skin for that theme or to make one yourself.
I’ve decided to modify the standard skin by updating the background behind the tabs and changing the scrollbar images to match the rest of my current themes scrollbars.
There are still several more tweaks to make, but for now I’m very satisfied with the integrating feel that these small changes have made.
I may upload this Opera skin later, but not while I’m still tweaking it. In the meantime, if you want this skin then just contact me and I’ll send you what I’ve made so far.
So I recently noticed a small box at the top of my Google Wave account that mentioned something about being “offline”. I knew this wasn’t true, so I clicked the simple “Connect now” link in the same box.
With no success, I decided it would be easier to just close the tab and go to the address again (as this fixes Gmail sometimes).
Here is what I was presented:
At least their maintenance page has some moving clouds and rolling waters…unlike Twitters. 😛
If you’re looking for a Google Wave invite, I’ve still got some left!
If you want a Google Wave invite, sign-up for Dropbox using my referral for free. After you’ve completed the registration and installed Dropbox I’ll send you an invite! It’s as simple as that!
Note: If you’ve previously installed Dropbox then the referral may not work if you try using an e-mail address that is already in their system or if Dropbox has been used on your computer previously.
After I get an e-mail informing me of a successful referral then I’ll immediately send you an invitation to Google Wave! 😀
I currently have 06 invites left! So hurry!