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WIP futuristic/high tech Rainmeter theme

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WIP futuristic/high tech Rainmeter theme

Post by tainin52 »

I would like opinions on my work so far as well as suggestions for useful or interesting stuff to put in the remaining space. just so you know the center core's blue wire ball revolves and some of the "metal" pieces spin. the launcher in the bottom left includes both websites and applications. it also scrolls so you can add as many sites/apps as you like (this is done using FileView plugin).

also if you have ideas on how to improve the current skins i am happy to hear.
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second screenshot is a custom built file explorer.
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Re: WIP futuristic/high tech Rainmeter theme

Post by Bekarfel »

Uhh... why does your desktop folder have a desktop folder? :)
moshi wrote:there are many Rainmeter skins that aren't really useful, so let's add another one.
jsmorley wrote:I have good news and bad news.
First the bad news. [...] We would be happy to have this happen and would love to work with anyone who is feeling ambitious.
Now the good news.
I lied, there isn't any good news...
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Re: WIP futuristic/high tech Rainmeter theme

Post by Mor3bane »

Hey, you theme looks pretty cool.

It is though, a bit standardised - central round thingy - stuff popps out of it etc.

Still a nice effort :thumbup:
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