Weather Graphics 2 Neatly organized and labeled PSD file including six weather graphics in four different styles; Gray & Color, Gray Colors, Black, White. If you use it,download it or like it; I'd love to see a Favorite or a Comment Download here[link] Weather Graphics One[link]
This is the "NEW" Apple 27 inch Thunderbolt display in PSD format.
I've completely redone this file to the pixel. The base/stand and shadows were modify in order to achieved the Anti-aliased visual. As well as the display itself. (No 3D!)
Lots of work went into it to insure no artifacts or random data was left behind.
All layers have names.
Note: Please take into consideration if you scale down the artwork remember all files are raster. You are welcome to shift files around but the correct way is what you are viewing at the moment. For any reason you see differences other than what you see on the preview, you can move the shadows up or down to get the desired look.
7 layers in total.
Layers are as follow: 1. Hard Shadow 2. Reflection 3. Logo cover-up 4. Display 5. Stand 6. Soft Shadow 7. Background
This is the order how they appear in the actual file.
This is a 400 dpi tiff image which I masked out from the original which you will find at Apple's product PR site.
NOTE: THIS ARTWORK INTENT IS ONLY FOR THE EXPRESS PURPOSE DISCLOSED HEREIN.
DO NOT MODIFY, REPRODUCE OR COPY THIS ARTWORK WITHOUT MY PERMISSION.
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Iconidia 500 has all the icons you were looking for
The tutorial is in PDF format and you will require a PDF Reader. Download a Free Reader from this [link]
Changing Font Types in Vista Visual Styles (Hex-Editing)
This is a How To guide on changing Font types in Vista Visual Styles.
It is not simple processes so please read the instructions carefully and take your time.
If you are creating a visual style for vista and plan on making many hex-edit changes then I would recommend that you do all the other edits first as this process will add lines into the variant and will change all the known addresses in the variant, therefore making it difficult to locate some of the other useful changes you can make in the variant.
If you wish to make other changes (e.g. Text colours),
Please see my Hex-Editing Tutorial First before attempting this process.
The Hex Editing tutorial can be downloaded from this [link]
This will change most of the font types in Vista. As far as I know you can use any font name as long as its listed in your Control Panel / Font Folder.
It is still unknown what bugs may occur with this.
I bring you another super-basic rainmeter tutorial. As with the previous one, it will not show you how to create rainmeter skins, just edit them to some degree. For this tutorial specifically, its about resizing images and text.
Hopefully someone will find this tutorial helpful, if you've got questions or concerns please send me a note or comment here.
My last tutorial will be about RSS feeds, clickable links, buttons, that sort of thing so stay tuned (or not :0).
Today`s freebie is a power on button in 3 states – normal, hover and active. It is easy to customise so you can turn on/off everything you want by changing the icon in the middle. Smaller version also included.