Rainmeter Code Walkthrough #1 - Do I Need a JacketThis is a code walkthrough of my "Do I Need a Jacket?" Rainmeter weather skin. The goal of the skin is to replicate doineedajacket.com in a Rainmeter weather skin, including the ability of the end user to set their own temperature thresholds. Here's a screenshot of what this skin looks like:Rainmeter Code Walkthrough #1 - Do I Need a Jacket3 years ago in Personal More Like This
First, lets get the basics out of the way. We of course need [Rainmeter], [Metadata], and [Variables] sections.
Author=Flying Hyrax | flyinghyrax.deviantart.com
MouseOverAction=!Execute [!ShowMeterGroup buttons][!Redraw]
Rainmeter Code Walkthrough #2 - Binary ClockIf you are unfamiliar with the binary (base 2) numeral system, you may want to do some reading here before going through the rest of this post.Rainmeter Code Walkthrough #2 - Binary Clock3 years ago in Personal More Like This
The aim of this skin is to create a binary-coded decimal clock in Rainmeter. To keep this short, we'll just do the hours and minutes (especially since the code for seconds is virtually identical to the minutes anyway).
Download Full Skin Here
(package includes several variants - we'll be going through "Decimal_HM.ini")
To begin, we'll need [Rainmeter], [Metadata]
Litestep on Windows 7 (UPDATED)UPDATE: this tutorial has gotten a lot of attention since i posted it 2 years ago.. so i decided to update the information, add information and even a nice video tutorial by andredk which is a little long, but very detailed. i updated the old journal and submitted a new one for good measureLitestep on Windows 7 (UPDATED)4 years ago in Personal More Like This
installing litestep is not a big deal. it has dependencies like any other application, and without them it will error. assuming your system meets all the requirements right now you can stop reading this and install litestep using the Omar Installer. (omar is the guy who created the installer) litestep was built using the x86 architecture so a x86 system is a prerequisite, however people have managed to install and use litestep on x64 systems.
Friends Features:iconlannytorres:Friends Features3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Living in my dreams... by chryssalisWILLPOWER by chryssalisINNOCENCE... by chryssalisDOMESTIC STRANGER.. by chryssalisCHILDHOOD DREAMS by chryssalis
Thirst of blood by DiosaEMRFishing clouds by DiosaEMRSee you in the shadows by DiosaEMRWitch heart by DiosaEMRCold friendship by DiosaEMR
-siLent sea- by TuubArtcLock- by TuubArt:thumb245984281:-since you're gone- by TuubArtwhat_? by TuubArt
eye of the beholder by HippieVan57klipspringer by HippieVan57horace by HippieVan57my cammy by HippieVan57lookat you by HippieVan57
ZOMBIE.. by ladyjartSpiderman by ladyjartThe Amazing Spiderman by ladyjartKeanu Reeves by ladyjartHarry Potter ..Hogwarts.. by ladyjart
Nothing but a Ghost by Vampy-noteDemonic by Vampy-noteHell's Kiss by Vampy-noteThe Lady Kim by Vampy-noteBringer of Light by Vampy-note
and some of the latest wor
AMANA² is Released!LSAMANA² is Released!3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Walls by j3Concepts
Walls by neiio
Edit: Walls by ether (sorry! Forgot that this was up before neiio uploaded those)
FoxE9BEHOLD, A REAL IE9 THEME FOR FIREFOX: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/foxe9/FoxE93 years ago in Personal More Like This
I know there are a million things that are different between the two browsers but we are not aiming on adding IE9 features or completely rearranging stuff to make it look 100% IE9-ish. We don't have the time to bother with such things. Instead, it is a theme that hopefully satisfies peoples' strange desires to make their Firefox look similar to IE9.
Litestep on Windows 7UPDATE(9/11/2011): lsdev.org is currently down which is a major bummer because it is a huge resource for the litestep community. from what i've read some kind folks are trying to find a new home for lsdev but i'm not really in contact with anyone so i don't know anything for certain, just what i read online. if you happen to be a new litestep user you picked a somewhat bad time to get into it =/Litestep on Windows 75 years ago in Personal More Like This
UPDATE: this tutorial has gotten a lot of attention since i posted it 2 years ago.. so i decided to update the information, add information and even a nice video tutorial by andredk which is a little long, but very detailed. i updated the old journal and submitted a new one for good measure
installing litestep is not a big deal. it has dependencies like any other application, and without them it will error. assuming your system meets all the requirements right now you can stop reading this and install liteste
UNDANGAN DEVMEET:iconindonesia:UNDANGAN DEVMEET2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Memanggil semua anggota Deviantart Indonesia untuk hadir di DevMeet 2012
SABTU / 8 DES 2012
4 FINGERS RESTAURANT PONDOK INDAH MALL 1 3rd FLOOR (patokannya samping timezone)
Sharing w/ DEVIANT STAR:
:iconbloodykirka: :icontoolkit04: :iconanaklangit:
1. www.bloodykirka.deviantart.com aka Diela Maharanie
2. www.toolkit04.deviantart.com aka Dika Toolkit
3. www.anaklangit.deviantart.com aka Elfan
See you there......
Rainmeter Workshop: Autoscaling and YouI've been beating my head against a wall working on a new suite. The hardest, and most tedious thing has been making the skins resizable. It involves a lot of simple math, and trial and error. Over the course of the next few Workshops I'm going to share some of the things that I've learned about resizing skins, as well as other cool things to do with position formulas and dynamic variables. They'll start off pretty basic and work towards more complicated topics.Rainmeter Workshop: Autoscaling and You4 years ago in Personal More Like This
I keep seeing taskbar skins that fit only one specific desktop resolution. It's possible to make a skin fit any resolution, and usually it's fairly simple. A decent grasp on simple algebra, geometry and arithmetic helps greatly though. The taskbar below fits any resolution. I'm assuming that you're somewhat familiar with Rainmet
Rainmeter Workshop - 1RAINMETER WORKSHOPRainmeter Workshop - 15 years ago in Personal More Like This
When I first started using Rainmeter I scoured Deviant Art for skins that fit what I was looking for. I didn’t find any. So I ended up dissecting skins, reading the help file, and discovered that it’s not nearly as complicated as it looks.
The goal of this series is to show how easy it is to make your own skins. I’ll be showing simple skins and code and talking about everything from basic skin creation to some of the more complicated things you can do with Rainmeter.
MAKING A NOTES SKIN
The skin I’ll be demonstrating is probably the simplest notes skin you can create. The skin is fundamentally made by combining different blocks of code. Each block as its own unique name. Each block of code is either a Measure or a Meter. Measures can be thought as a piece of code that stores information, and a Meter is one that displays something. The skin also shows the use of several different features, all of which I’m going to explain. These fea
Rainmeter Workshop - 2I'm very pleased with the encouragement that the first Rainmeter Workshop got. I'm even happier with people's questions and requests. Last time I was asked to do a Winamp skin, talk more about String meters, and elaborate on measures. If you want me to cover a topic, just ask in the comments. Without further ado:Rainmeter Workshop - 25 years ago in Personal More Like This
Winamp Skin Tutorial
I'll skip the introduction and the basics this time since I covered them pretty well last time. This skin demonstrates using Plugins, drawing circles, using Calc measures. I'll also talk more in depth about using measures and String meters. This is a much more complicated skin than last time. Every Winamp skin that displays time has a heavy emphasis on Calc measures; this one is no different.
-Nothing has changed from last time.
-SOLIDCOLOR defines the background color, in this case black, and COLOR defines the Text color and the progress bar color. HEIGHT defines the FontSize and NAME defines
Vertically Scrolling TextScrolling Text w/TransformationMatrixVertically Scrolling Text1 month ago in Personal More Like This
Removed dependence on third party Scroller.dll plug-in
Requires Rainmeter 3.0 or newer rainmeter.net/cms/
Overview: Example skins demonstrating vertically scrolling text & using TransformationMatrix on string meters.
Premise: Create a skin that will scroll the text vertically in either direction. Then transform the scrolling text to produce "dimensional" effects.
Two skins are offered along with this description; ScrollText2Shrink.ini and ScrollText2CenterZoom.ini
ScrollText2Shrink shrinks the text as it progresses up the skin and back down.
ScrollText2CenterZoom maximizes the size near the vertical center.
BREAKING IT DOWN
Stratiform 2.0As I mentioned in the previous journal, Stratiform is skipping 1.3 final and going to 2.0 instead, due to the huge UI and branding changes, as well as some feature changes.Stratiform 2.03 years ago in Personal More Like This
The dev builds have been updated to reflect this. Also included is the new Stratiform 64px icon and a bunch of FF9 fixes. All text fields have been standardised (except wave doesn't have a history dropmarker, still tossing up whether to include one or not). Most of the Soft7 styles have been implemented, which you will be pleased to know. Still a few kinks to work out here and there, but this update is more to show you the general appearance of the Soft7 styles so we can gather some feedback on whether or not they are accurate enough. We are still yet to do the tab and app menu button styles, but give us a day or two and these should be in, as well as proper colouring of the buttons (currently only default state is coloured).
For those of you who care, I chose to make the reload button more transparent than i
Sta.shHi again, beta crew.Sta.sh3 years ago in Personal More Like This
As mentioned recently, we’re making a bunch of changes to the new Stash...
If you're new to Stash, find out more about it here: http://devbug.deviantart.com/journal/Stash-215498179
The latest changes: Sta.sh is now a separate section of the deviantART Network - with its own header, and its own look.
Here's a sneak peek!
"Stash" no longer exists on your Submit menu, but instead can be gotten to one of two ways:
You can pick "Sta.sh" from your main profile menu.. next to Logout and Settings
Or, you can type http://sta.sh into your address bar
Note: to switch back to deviantART, pick the "deviantART" item from the Sta.sh main menu.
Switching over and back:
Other than that, the Stash functionality remains much the same - Drag and drop your
AWESOMEAUGERSUP BITCHES, BILLY MAYS HERE WITH THE AWESOME AUGER. DO YOU HAVE LOTS OF DIRT THAT NEEDS TO GET PULLED UP?THEN BUY SOME OF THESE GOD DAMN AUGERS. THIS SHIT COULD CLEAN THE WARTS OFF YOUR SISTER'S VAGINA.CAUSE THERE WON'T FUCKING BE ONE WHEN I'M DONE WITH THAT BITCH. YOU COULD FUCKING USE AN AUGER ON YOUR DICK AND IT WOULD GROW 3 INCHES, FUCK.AWESOMEAUGER7 years ago in Personal More Like This
IN A FEW MINUTES, THERE WILL BE A GODDAMN NUMBER ON YOUR SCREEN. CALL THAT SHIT AND BUY SIX OF THESE FUCKING AUGERS AND WE'LL THROW IN A SAMURAI SHARK AND A POWER DRILL. WHAT IS A POWER DRILL?YOU BEST BE JOKING, NIGGER. THOSE FUCKING DRILLS CAN GIVE YOUR BITCH THE NIGHT OF HER LIFE. YOU'LL PROBABLY NEED THEM AFTER YOU SHARPEN YOUR FUCKING SCISSORS WITH THE SAMURAI SHARK. BECAUSE YOU'LL SIMULTANEOUSLY SHIT, PISS, AND EJACULATE IN YOUR PANTS. HOW DO YOU PISS AND EJACULATE AT THE SAME TIME? FUCK YOU, THAT'S HOW. CALL ME NOW AND I'LL STOP YELLING. NEVERMIND, I CAN'T STOP SO FUCK YOU. I'M GONNA GO JACK OFF WITH SOME ORANGE-GLO SO PEACE OUT NIGGERS.
most popular emotes from January 2011Prepare yourself for quite a few Journals in the next days, I noticed that the "way back" function is working again and decided that it isn't too late to feature the most popular Emotes from 2011. :iconsuperw00tplz:most popular emotes from January 20113 years ago in Art Features More Like This
I would have included all months in one Article, but the Article would have been too big then. That's why each month will get their own Article.
These were the most popular emotes from January 2011.
Emoticonists on dA (1) by Krissi001 Emoticonists on dA (2) by Krissi001 Emoticonists on dA (3) by Krissi001 Emoticonists on dA (4) by Krissi001
You can submit to stash via EMAIL and FTP?!Hey Beta folksYou can submit to stash via EMAIL and FTP?!4 years ago in Personal More Like This
That's right, we've been working on making stash as easily accessible for anywhere on any platform
But how has it been done?
There are now 2 brand new ways to submit to your deviantART stash
Email: Everything has email these days, your PC, your tablet, your phone, even your Grandma!
Well now you can upload an image, simply by sending an email!
Here's how to do it:
Go to your settings, under the Apps and Uploads section
Enable the option to "Let me upload using email"
This will give you an email that looks something like firstname.lastname@example.org
Now write an email addressed to the email you have been given
Give the title of the image as you email subject
Put the description of the image as the email body
[Bullet; Blue] Then attach the image you want to upload
[Bullet; Blue] Now hit SEND! [:eager: by darkmoon3636]
Giving Your Stacks an IntroductionHello Again Beta FolkGiving Your Stacks an Introduction3 years ago in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
As promised we have more exciting updates for you
This time we have a new feature in Sta.sh land for you to try out!
Introduce your stack to the world
A few weeks ago we released shareable stacks allowing you to share an entire folder of your Sta.sh with others rather than having to share each image separately.
Well now we're giving you the ability to describe your stack and give it a bit of an introduction to them, whether you're asking for opinions on which photos from a recent photo shoot you should publish to your gallery or simply showing some unfinished sketches of masterpieces in the working
Now you can quickly and easily share stacks of almost anything!
Yet more to come!
Yes we still have even more features waiting in the wings for you, so keep your eyes peeled over the coming weeks
Found a problem?
If you find any bugs with creating descrip
CSS Did You Know? - November 20, 2012CSS Did You Know? - November 20, 20122 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
deviantART Launches Version 7!At deviantART, we obsess about two things all day, every day: llamas (we're addicts), and how to make your deviantART experience the best it can be. We know every pixel counts when it comes to exhibiting your work, and we take great pride in knowing that you've chosen deviantART to share your art. With the launch of deviantART v7 and our new Super Browse feature, we're solidifying our place as the best way to exhibit your art on the Internet.deviantART Launches Version 7!5 years ago in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
The thin navigation in v7 was designed specifically to minimize visual overload, streamline navigation, and help our community's amazing artwork take center stage. It's thinner, and as a result you see
How to (sort of) get Truetransparency on Win7A lot of people ask me how to make TrueTransparency play nice with Windows 7.How to (sort of) get Truetransparency on Win74 years ago in Personal More Like This
The short answer is: You can... well sort of.
Here are the general problems (I'm going to assume people with Win7 are on the 64-bit version, or Win7 x64).
1) Explorer windows are not skinned (or any 64-bit programs for that matter).
2) Explorer windows skin, but the toolbar is completely transparent.
First, you will need both TrueTransparency x86 and x64.
For your convenience, here is a zip with both (x64 can be hard to find): http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7100381/TrueTransparency.zip
To skin all windows, you will need to run both the TrueTransparency.exe in the TrueTransparency x64 AND TrueTransparency x86 folders.
At this point, all windows should be skinned (with the exclusion of "special" windows like Google chrome, Command Prompt, GIMP/Photoshop, Task Manager, etc.
You may notice that the explorer toolbar is completely transparent. There are two workarounds for this.
One involves removing the too
Daily Deviations UpdateHappy Monday MorningDaily Deviations Update3 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
I started this morning by signing something "Moonbam13" so either this typo means I need more coffee, or this week is going to be BAMTASTIC!
I'm rooting for the latter
I wanted to post a quick update on changes to Daily Deviations. It is important to note that these changes have not been hard-coded so my team is manually following these new guidelines. This means that errors can and likely will occur until the coding is complete, your patience and understanding is appreciated
The following guideline changes are in effect:
The 3-month rule is now the 6-month rule, meaning that it must be at least 6-months since the last time an artist received a daily deviation. (This was an overwhelmingly popular suggestion from the community and I agree, it's a good one!)
Daily deviation selectors may only select one daily deviation per day maximum. This has been put in place to focus on Quality vs Quantity.
Design tips: Typography Avoid the use of the font Optima, particularly for luxury or similarly "fancy" types of clients. It looks generally dated and plain.Design tips: Typography2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Try not to pair different sans-serif fonts (ex: Arial and Helvetica), but if you do, do not use fonts that are similar. The key is to use fonts that are distinctly different, such as a condensed sans for headlines and regular sans like Helvetica or Verdana for subheads or body copy. If you use two that are similar, it will look like you mistakenly didn't update all your text with the same font.
If you want to pair a serif font with a sans-serif or vice versa, there are 3 options you should use to make your decisions:
1) Select fonts made by the same typographer, or
2) Select fonts made around the same time period, or
3) Select fonts with similarly shaped characters
(Note: The reason why the rules may be different between pairing serif/sans-serif fonts and pairing two sans-serif fonts is that serif fonts have ex
Popular results for Browse Something for EveryonePopular results for Browse3 years ago in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
The deviantART community is incredibly deep and diverse. Every day, amazing art is produced that appeals to all tastes. Our goal in sharing and exposing the deviations in deviantART's Popular section is to showcase this depth and diversity as convincingly and fairly as we can.
DeviantART's algorithm for Popular browse results is known as Fair Exposure. The goal is to maximize the display of the most popular deviations in a variety of topics (styles/genres/art forms). Fair Exposure increases the probability that someone will see something that they personally like in Popular results. In short, with Fair Exposure, the community is exposed to a varied cross-section of deviantART. It uses an algorithm that is "fair" in nature -- meaning not biased toward any topic, yet still based on popularity.
Why is Fair Exposure n