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ImageViewer - with a Windows 10 theme

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LGP123
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ImageViewer - with a Windows 10 theme

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So here is my first (published) rainmeter skin.
It's a, not that simple, skin with which you can view your images inside a folder.
It also have built-in settings and change folder windows.
It has a Windows 10 theme.
ImageViewer_1.0.jpg
This skin is using some images from http://www.flaticon.com / http://www.freepik.com.
It is also using RainRGB4.

Hope you guys will enjoy it :)
ImageViewer_1.0.rmskin
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balala
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Re: ImageViewer - with a Windows 10 theme

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Congratulations LGP123, this is a very well made skin and very good working. I like very much the design, which looks like a Windows App. In my opinion, the Minimize button is useless, because it can't work onto a Rainmeter skin, but otherwise the skin is excelent. I love it.
Congratulations once again and keep working on it.
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LGP123
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Re: ImageViewer - with a Windows 10 theme

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balala wrote:Congratulations LGP123, this is a very well made skin and very good working. I like very much the design, which looks like a Windows App. In my opinion, the Minimize button is useless, because it can't work onto a Rainmeter skin, but otherwise the skin is excelent. I love it.
Congratulations once again and keep working on it.
Thx :)
But yeah i didnt know what to do with the minimize button so it just do a !Deactivateconfig
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Re: ImageViewer - with a Windows 10 theme

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LGP123 wrote:But yeah i didnt know what to do with the minimize button so it just do a !Deactivateconfig
It's ok, maybe I'd remove it, but if you like it, you can leave it. Finally it has not too much importance, I think.
However, very good looking skin.
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Re: ImageViewer - with a Windows 10 theme

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LGP123 wrote:Thx :)
But yeah i didnt know what to do with the minimize button so it just do a !Deactivateconfig
Nice creation! 8-)

I would use the minimize button area to add the ability to set the current image as the desktop wallpaper. :???:

I think that would a useful addition to the viewer. :)

Again, very well done skin... Thanks for sharing! :thumbup:
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eclectic-tech wrote:I would use the minimize button area to add the ability to set the current image as the desktop wallpaper. :???:
Good idea. I said to simply remove the Minimize button, but using it to set the wallpaper is another good idea, which should be taken into account.
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Re: ImageViewer - with a Windows 10 theme

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eclectic-tech wrote:Nice creation! 8-)

I would use the minimize button area to add the ability to set the current image as the desktop wallpaper. :???:

I think that would a useful addition to the viewer. :)

Again, very well done skin... Thanks for sharing! :thumbup:
Thx again :)
And yes that's a good idea.
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Re: ImageViewer - with a Windows 10 theme

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This is really great. You can also try KrojamSoft PhotoViewerPro as your photo viewer.
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Re: ImageViewer - with a Windows 10 theme

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:o :o :o
alexander2017 wrote:You can also try KrojamSoft PhotoViewerPro as your photo viewer.
What has this to do with the ImageViewer Rainmeter skin, posted above?