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Stealthy Basic Suite

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alexandeu
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Stealthy Basic Suite

Post by alexandeu »

Alex here introducing you the first of the series,

STEALTHY BASIC SUITE
STEALTHY: MEANT TO BE ON TOP OF ALL WINDOWS AND BROWSERS

One thing to remember with my skins.
BOTH MOUSE BUTTONS HAVE THEIR USE.
~Right-click = 'open'
~Left-click = ''close' or 'select'
:: The exception is the music player.

STEALTHY (music player)
TOP-BAR:
Scroll Up: Forwards the song
Scroll Down: Rewinds the song
L-Click: Next Song
R-Click: Prev Song
Wheel-Click = Opens/Closes ProgressBar Skin

MID-BAR:
L-Click: Play/Pause
R-Click: Open Music Player
Wheel-Click: Refresh Skin

BTM-BAR:
Scroll Up: Volume Up
Scroll Down: Volume Down
L-Click: Volume Up +10
R-Click: Volume Down -10
Wheel-Click: Mute Music Player

OPTION-TAG (The thing that pops up below the BTM-BAR):
L-Click: Opens Settings Skin
R-Click: Opens Skin Menu--> Look for "Custom skin actions" and choose you music player.

You can choose your music player either through "Custom skin actions" OR
typing it in the Settings Skin. You should do that beforehand,
So you can use the Stealthy(musicplayer) skin to open your music player by R-clicking the MID-BAR.
::DISCLAIMER::In order for this to work, you need to make a shortcut of the music players you use into the "Applications" folder,
a folder you can access easily by R-Clicking the "APPLI" Title of the skin. (This is so a future "MUSIC" skin will work.)

There are 3 types of "ProgressBar" skins that you can use,
you need to set which one in the settings skin.
You might be confused with this one at first, but you'll get it.


NOTES:
Notes has a bigger variant that lets your drag it around on the screen.
To type, you can either click anywhere on the grey area, OR
You can right-click the "NOTES" title to open your default text editor.

APPLI:
Open the skin, and click on the "!READ&DELETETHIS",
which should be the first thing on the list.
Read through the instructions and be amazed.
(This is actually super useful for me, hah)

SOUND:
The sound this is referring to is your computer volume.
The number indicates volume,
the circle under it is a button you can use to mute your computer,
the circle turns into an "X" when your computer is muted.
You can right-click the numbers to open up the skin,
and there is a analog sort of thing. You can't slide it, unfortunately.
You can click around though. it disappears when your mouse leaves.



All in all, JUST PLAY WITH THE SKINS.
Over time you'll realize why I've set things to the way they are.
Or you could comment here if you think it should be some other way.