YAAA mein 4 Skin ist Fertig \^.^/ Hab mir viel mühe gegeben und hoffe euch gefällt das. Die Analog Uhr Oben Rechts ist mit einer Animation bestückt. Das Motto bei dem Skin war Dream warum das weil ich im Traum daran denken musste Link: [link] oder Oben Rechts
YAAA my fourthe Skin is done \^.^/ I hope you like it. The Clock up Right is Animated. The motto is Dream, than in my Dreams I Dreamed the skin to Finish ? ENGLISH FAIL
For those of you who are new to Rainmeter, if you want to make your desktop look like the preview image, download the file, go to your skins and open the HeadsUp 1.0 file, set the Wallpaper pic as your desktop wallpaper, then go to Manage Rainmeter screen and click on the "Layouts" tab. Scroll down the saved layouts to "HeadUp 1.0 Skin" and hit load. Enjoy! (If you have a current Rainmeter desktop that is not saved, just designate a name for the layout and save it before you load the new layout. That way you can just switch back if you don't like the new layout).
Hi there... It's my debut work on DeviantART I hope you'll enjoy it )) =================== Well, that's what I used ROCKETdock - one of standart themes. ------------------------------------------------ CD Art Display: Pure adium skin (Credits to author: Nevezen!) [link] ------------------------------------------------ RAINMETER skins * Alphabar (Log Off skin) by redblackproduction [link] * Weather by garbanzox [link] ~ edited * HUD.Vision (Picture. Browser + Wallpaper) ~ edited * HUD.Vision (CPU) * Snotes by albinozz [link] * Lexis (Calendar) by Kenz0 [link] * GeoSans (Drives White Minimal) by gberger [link] * FLAT (Uptime, RAM) by theking9794 * FLAT (Clock) by theking9794 [link] ~ edited * DISTINCT (Programs) by cbrownstudios [link] ~ edited with TOKEN icons (by brsev [link]) ------------------------------------------------ * Country flags by think0, chasing14, xxoblivionxx ... * Wallpaper's taken from here [link]
RocketDock icons used: - Lucid Icons by leechiahan
Screenshot taken with ScreenPresso Windows Taskbar hidden If you look closely at the signboard on the right, you can see my Recycle Bin Sorry if it looks a bit blurry,but if you click download and wait for the picture to load then it'll look okay (:
Today marks a two year anniversary since we released Omnimo (in 2010)
As much as we wanted to release Omnimo 5 today, there is still far too much work to be done. Mine and Xyrfo's studies really take up a lot of our free time, so it's quite difficult to keep working every day when you need to learn one or two programming languages for school.
Still, we've made major progress in the last few weeks. Almost everything is done, we just need to test everything properly, fix some UI consistency problems and figure out what kind of themes to offer for new users (the 150px vs 120px question). You can expect it soon
Meanwhile, I'd like to present you some interesting facts about this project. Having worked for so long, we never really bothered to count how many Panels there are. "Hundreds of Panels" is a pretty vague description, so here are the hard facts about Omnimo (5.0), to give you an idea of how big this project really is:
There are ~555 Panels in total including variants (as seen in the preview) About 150 Text Items including variants Almost 6000 Files ~167934 lines of code according to Xyrfo, with an average of 198 lines per item.
Now this might sound frightening, (in fact, some users tried to delete components from Omnimo, breaking it in the process, because they thought it's too much). But the default installation takes up approximately 25MB, if you combine that with InstalledPanels, it will be around 60MB. That's really not much by today's standards. In comparison, the default Windows 8 Start screen tiles take up 523 MB
Also one interesting fact about Omnimo is that it's one of the most optimized Rainmeter suites ever. Only a tiny percentage of Panels have an Update of 1 second (mostly resource monitoring ones, the irony), while all others have greatly increased update times, meaning that most of the time, your CPU usage should be at 0, and maybe only once a few minutes would jump to 01-02. Performance conservation is extremely important to us, especially since I have a laptop with a 1.1GHz CPU
One other thing: We may or may not have a beta testing phase. You can volunteer if you want, and we may, or may not let you test Omnimo 5 early