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Colin had received the letter two weeks after his eighteenth birthday. “Congratulations!” it began. “You are pre-approved for a Breeding Marriage License! Enclosed is form MGA-1304, application for suggested partners. Please complete this form and return it to the Ministry for Genetic Affairs to request your list of genetically compatible partners.” He folded the letter back into its envelope and drew out the application. After scanning across it briefly, he set it on the table and opened the next item, another piece of college junk mail.

It sat in a filing cabinet until a biting February day three years later. As he was walking home from a senior seminar on twenty-first century composition, the woman Colin had been seeing for the past few months stopped him on the sidewalk. His fingers searched for the warm spots in his pockets as she coolly broke up with him. “I’m sending for my partners list, and I think that we should end this relationship,” she told him. “I just don’t see the point in waiting any longer. It’s not as if there’s anything particularly fulfilling about an unplanned relationship. I’ve been around, I’ve learned some things, and now I’m ready for something stable. So, thanks for the past few months. I’ll see you in class next week, all right?”

That afternoon, in his apartment, Colin searched through his old papers until he found his own request form. She had a point; why keep bouncing between temporary relationships when everyone knew there was only one way they would end up? Maybe it was time for him to find a partner. He might as well do so while he and his wife, whoever she might be, were still young; why wait? He filled out the form, entered his genetic PIN and mailed it the next day.
A few weeks later, he got his reply. He read over the list, fifty names selected from the best genetic results within twenty miles of Brighton and four years of his age. Each woman had a few facts listed with her name: one liked Rachmaninov, one majored in biology, one was an immigrant from America. He picked five names that sounded promising and sat down to begin the letters.

Those who replied were polite, for the most part, but unengaging. The first letter was from a woman two years older, a graduate of a musician’s program similar to his. She thanked him for his interest and acknowledged that his genetic profile was most impressive, but apologized for her being already engaged to another gentleman. It reminded him of being rejected from college. The other letters weren’t much better; some were distant, others desperate. None gave him any reason to hold them above the others on the endless list of names. The letters found themselves in the dustbin beside Colin’s piano.

The next month, he wrote again. Four letters trickled back to him; four letters found their ways to the dustbin. He sent out another set the next month, and so on, making a habit of filling his blank pages and disposing of the replies, until one day he found himself rereading a letter.

“Dear Colin,” it began. It was handwritten – an indication of interest, he decided – and there was no heart over the “i”, thank heaven, only a sensible dot. “I received your letter last week and have been wondering for some time how I ought to reply to it. I have never been a particularly brave or outgoing person, but neither am I the sort to let such a question go unanswered. I’m afraid that I have a rather anachronistic view of romance; it comes from reading too many dusty novels, I suppose; but it is a truth universally acknowledged that a woman who has read too many romances must be in want of a husband. One feels rather like a chord missing its tonic. You must think me terribly old-fashioned, but I am not so prim as to refuse such an obviously worthy suit as yours. The heroines of my novels were forced to scour the earth for the perfect love. We may make ours. I offer you my hand, if you will take it.”

It was signed, “Melissa”.

Days passed. Between his music classes, Colin would sit at his piano, the letter in front of his sheet music. On Friday, when he still could not think of a reason to refuse her, he replied.

After mailing his letter, he sat down at his piano and played for a while. There was something in the raw satisfaction of a chord that he hadn’t yet been able to analyze. It calmed him, though, as always – turned on the dopamine, he supposed, and gave him a sense of accomplishment. He tended to play after performing some necessary but unsatisfying task, like this letter. His mind knew that he was working to secure his future, but his brain didn’t react. The body wasn’t yet adapted to the chemosexual revolution, he supposed.

Her reply arrived shortly. “I would like to meet you for dinner,” she wrote. “I recommend Martinelli’s, on Green street. Let us meet there on Sunday evening at seven. I will lay a rose on the table. We should fill our prescriptions before then.”

He went online to examine his options and decided on Romatol, a low-key oxytocin and vasopressin supplement for male-to-female pair bonding. He rejected the idea of a “romance supplement” – he didn’t want to turn his world upside down or experience a wild romance but just to partner himself with this woman. That was the purpose of the matching service, after all: to make sensible pairings without the mayhem of traditional relationships. If he wanted the chaotic intensity of an organic relationship, he’d just ask out whatever attractive woman he happened across. He had the hospital send him an electronic prescription form.

After his evening classes, he headed to the chemist’s. It was already dark by the time he left his apartment, and the autumn cold was settling in. He wrapped a scarf around his neck and buttoned his coat up to the neck.

At the chemist’s, the staff were clearly ready to close up for the night. Only one register was still open, a dark-haired girl hustling through the night’s last customers. He came to the counter and handed her his pills, her fingers just barely brushing his. His heart jumped, and he stiffened for a moment before he could process the source of the warmth growing in him as if in reply to hers. The adrenaline response identified, he was about to quash it, but he restrained his habit. Looking at the girl, he allowed the cocktails of his brain to raise a little buzz. Her black hair – probably dyed – was mostly pulled back in a rough ponytail, and she had a plain silver nose ring. Colin normally hated body alterations, but her face had a round, exotic gypsy beauty that somehow gave the ring elegance. Her red uniform somehow accented the cold softness of her skin. Looking up from the price scanner, she caught his eyes on her and grinned. A little blood rose in his cheeks. She looked him over boldly and rattled the pills at him.

“Planning to slip me a love potion?” she smirked.

“…I’m getting engaged,” he muttered, suddenly embarrassed to be caught buying a chemical crutch.

“So you stopped in at the shackle shop for a new set of handcuffs? Sounds like a strong start to a relationship. Meself, I’m not into the bondage scene.”

He hadn’t expected such a blunt interaction with a stranger, and he wasn’t sure of how to respond. Her smirk spread. “What, bitch got your tongue?”

“There’s no chemical or psychological difference between a nurtured relationship and one left to chance, you know,” he told her and himself. “It’s simply more practical and reliable to create a partnership with a genetically and socially compatible person rather than trying to hunt down some ‘one in a million’ dream that might not even exist.”

“Sure, if you want a mail-order bride,” she countered. “I prefer to do a little product testing first. There’s no money-back guarantee, see.”

Something about her brazenness caught his attention in a dangerously stimulating way. Thoughts flickered through his head, little more than random possible courses of action, and in one of them he saw himself reach over the counter and kiss her passionately, almost savagely. He lingered on this thought. No-one still spoke seriously of “love at first sight” – if love as a concept could be dignified to that extent – but attraction? Certainly.

He somehow failed to stop himself from speaking. Once he had begun, it was too late. “Listen, let’s test this out. I know it’s late, but I haven’t had dinner yet. This place is closing up, and I know a good restaurant just a block or two from here. Why don’t you come to dinner with me, and we’ll see how dating goes without the pills?” He was insane.

“You’re a bloody nutter.”

“You’re probably right. But the offer stands.”

She squinted at him: is this the face of a serial killer? “It’s past nine already. And you’re engaged.”

“Not yet. My treat?”

“What the fuck. Sweep me off my combat boots.”

* * *

She came out of the chemist’s fifteen minutes later, changed into an antique-looking leather jacket. She looked surprised to see him still there; he had thought about leaving, but every time a little jolt of norepinephrine shivered through him, he told himself that it was only chemistry and he had nothing to be worried about.

“I’m Helen, by the dubs.”

“Oh! Ah, Colin. Pleased to meet you.”

She grinned and shook his hand. “And a pleasure to meet you as well, m’Lord Colin. Where you from, the land of stick-up-my-arse?”

“Well, Manchester, but I’m studying at the New Brighton Institute.”

“Mm, I grew up here in Brighton myself. Not much to look at, but it passes.”

“Mmm.”

They walked to the restaurant in silence after that. He pulled out a chair for her and she sat down across from it. Increased heart rate, punishment response: the anxiety agitated and excited him further. He sat in the chair he’d pulled out. They ordered and sat in silence. She watched an elderly couple eating lethargically at a nearby table while he adjusted his silverware.

“The food here any good?”

He looked up as if surprised to hear her voice. “Er, yes. It’s one of my favorite restaurants, really. Nice to be able to get decent food on a budget. Not that I have any problems, I’m well-endowed – I mean, er, my parents left me well-off, but musicians don’t usually add much to their savings accounts. I mean, oh, I didn’t mean to bring up money . . . look – oh hell. Yes, the food is good.”

“Glad to hear it.”

He ran his fingers through the hair on the back of his neck and hoped that she would say something helpful. He obviously wasn’t going to.

“So – Colin, right? What’s your gig?”

“My profession, you mean? I’m attending college for my musician’s license,” he told her. “I’m a composer.”

“Now that’s sommat to write home about. A genuine, certified artist!”

“Not certified yet . . .”

“Me, I’m only working the register this week as a favour to a girlfriend. I’m a streetwalker. Five pounds a handjob, like so.” He flushed, trying to process the unexpected variable, then caught her laughing and flushed twice as deeply. “Strewth, you didn’t believe me, did you? Na, I work the counter at a deli near me mum’s house. Cor, what’d you take me for?”
“More than five pounds, apparently.”

She laughed, and every subsystem in him loosened slightly in relief. Risk and reward: it ran counter to all his learned behavior, but the programming was still somewhere in his framework.

“So they don’t squeeze all the blood out of you.” She smiled at him and he let that smile fill his vision. Simply seeing her, taking in the softness of the light across her cheeks, the wet gleam of her jasper eyes – had he ever cared before what colour jasper was? – let him forget everything but that sight, that instant of existence.

“Oi, what’re you staring at?”

“Eh, sorry. Just . . . well, it’s embarrassing, it’s so cliché. You have remarkable eyes.”

She smiled again, more softly this time. Appreciation? Suppressed gladness? A slight wind entered the restaurant with group of people and made the candlelight shiver. It occurred to Colin that the light allowing him to see Helen’s face had reflected from her skin into his eyes. Each photon he took in had touched her skin. He savoured the thought and tried not to blink.
“You are a nutter. I wouldn’t have figured a University scarecrow for a soft-headed romantic type.”

“I’m not, really. This is an experiment, remember? I’m just . . . testing a hypothesis.”

“Right. Hey, garçon!” She caught a passing waitress by the sleeve. “Lager!”

The appetizers – Helen had ordered two – came shortly, and she dove into the calamari. “You’re right, this is bloody fantastic. How d’you think they make these bread crumbs? I mean, this is far from your average Wonder-loaf.”

“I wouldn’t know. I’m not much of a cook.”

She nipped the tentacles from a chunk of squid one by one, then offered the plate to Colin. He declined. “What are you, then? Besides a licensed practitioner of the composerly arts.”

“I told you, I’m not licensed yet. I still have about a year to go. But, I suppose I’m interested in neuroscience. Literature, too, because I like to see how an authour creates effects in his readers. Every mind is different, you know, but some writers manage to produce almost-universal effects. One wonders what techniques could be so broadly evocative.”

“I take it back, you are a cold fish. Interested in things for all the wrong reasons – have you ever read a book because you like the way it feels?”

“I suppose, indirectly, I read because I enjoy the sense of accomplishment produced by exploring the authour’s methods. Without reward behaviour, really, how would we get anything done? …But what’s so cold about that? I simply don’t want to be ruled by arbitrary chemical processes. You know what they say, that ‘the unexamined life is not worth living.’ I want to know why I do what I do.”

The waitress brought Helen’s lager, and she opened it with a crack. “A cold, flopping fish. This whole country is filled with icicles. You ever gotten laid?”

“I’ve seen several women at the college, but we never got attached. It’s more doing each other a favour, really – keeping the biological imperative satisfied. But is any other country different?”

“Sure they are. Me dad comes from Venezuela, they don’t have breeding licenses there. He says I should be proud of my natural stock. Mum married him there because she couldn’t get a license back home – belligerence genes or something. We grew up in China, then – hell of a place for genetic naturals, but we kept out of the papers – but mum and me moved back here when she split with dad.”

Colin grinned. “You see? Their relationship didn’t last! If they had found compatible partners through a matching service, would their marriage have failed?”

She shook her head, brushing off the suggestion completely. “It didn’t fail, just ran out. So it didn’t last as long as they did. That’s a problem? They had fun with it, and now they won’t have to remember each other as fat, grey-haired slobs living on social security. Besides, mum couldn’t have used the matchmakers. Bad genes, remember? And what’s the point of keeping her from breeding, anyway? I mean, nothing wrong with me, right?” She suppressed a burp. “So you ever read Tank Girl?”

He hadn’t. He hadn’t heard of most of what she talked about, although he wasn’t surprised to find that the punk bands she liked were real punks performing without even a learner’s permit, or that she seemed nervous in the restaurant, which was probably a bit more posh than anywhere she spent much time. “Why doesn’t anyone in here make noise?” she kept asking. When their dinners came, after she had convinced herself that familiarity with the underground music of the 1970s and ‘80s was not a requirement in New Brighton’s musician program, the conversation stalled. Colin looked into his soup, hoping to find a new topic somewhere between the noodles and tomatoes. “I’d like to ask you something,” Helen said after a few minutes.

“What’s that?”

“You and your bride-to-be-to-be are going on the pill or whatever as soon as you meet, right? I mean, you have some kind of magic first-date pill that you’re supposed to take so that you hit it off right away, right?”

“Right. One uses the prescription just before one actually meets one’s partner.”

“Have you thought about just meeting her the first time? I mean, not using the chemicals. Just go to dinner with her. Sure, use it after that, I’m not saying that you have to try a, what did you call it? an un-nurtured relationship or whatevs, just see if you actually like her before you decide to love her. Does that make sense?”

Colin stirred his soup. “Maybe. I don’t know.”

“Look, you know that if people really can’t get along, the chemicals don’t work magic. So it’s not like you’d be losing anything if you hated her; it wouldn’t have worked anyway. Right?”

“Right.”

“So think about it, ok? Just think about it.” She stuck some of the calamari into her burger and returned her attention to dinner.

After they had finished eating, he paid their bill and they stood to go. As they walked to the door, she glanced over at him as if unsure about something. He was struggling for a way to not say goodnight when she stopped him. “Listen, you’re all right,” she said. “You just need to unscrew your head a little bit. Let me take you out for real, ok?”

Before the smile could fill his face, she grabbed his hand and took off out the door. “We should get a taxi,” she said, already flagging one down. “It’d be a long walk.”

The taxi took them to a part of town in which Colin had never stopped before. Helen dumped a few dollars on the driver and pulled Colin up to a club, skipping past the bouncer with a wink. The man grinned back.

Colin’s protests that he couldn’t dance were useless; “No-one here can,” she said, “so don’t worry about it. Just let the music carry you. It’s like swimming.” She took his hands and pulled him onto the floor. At first, he blushed and worried – irrationally, he knew – about how foolish he must look. He’d been on his feet all day, and his shoes bit his feet, his scarf overheated him until Helen pulled it off his neck. They danced until his knees decided that they didn’t really need to keep hurting and he stopped feeling the sweat under his clothes. He began to let himself feel the pulse shudder through his body, vibrating and reverberating in his bones and organs. She swayed next to him, arms raised over her head, eyes lidded and lips smiling. Somewhere between the beats of the music, he stopped caring that the increase in his heart rate was caused by a release of adrenaline and let himself be lost in her – in the beat-mother, the electronic lover, she who gives herself to her worshippers in the temple of the dance hall.

Still lost in the space between himself and her heartbeat, he let Helen take him outside and lead him to a brownstone apartment building a few blocks away. In the silence between the door and the club, she held his hand, smiling. The settling autumn built a chiaroscuro of heat between the biting air and the firm warmth of her hand. Every few doorways, she would grin into his neck, tickling his skin with her heat, breathing a secret. He followed her, allowing himself the mystery and loving it. In his mind, he allowed himself the word “loving”.

She unlocked the door, breathing hotly. He followed her upstairs and she shut her door behind him, not bothering to switch on the lights.

* * *

In the morning, a grey wash of dawn carried his eyes open and he became aware of the room around him. There were posters on the ceiling above him of bands he’d never heard of – “Sex Pistols”, “Massive Attack”, “The Cure” – and a shelf of novels to his right with uncreased spines. The shades were half-drawn over windows looking out on nothing of note. The sheets drawn up under his chin were soft, probably made mostly of some natural fiber. The warmth on his left was Helen, still asleep.

He lifted the covers, heavy with dried sweat, and found his clothes, slipping into them as quietly as he could. His jacket and scarf were on the couch in the other room. Wrapping the scarf around his neck, he glanced back into Helen’s bedroom and watched her for a moment, her eyes closed, her fingers on the warmth he had left in her bed. He shook his head clear.

In the kitchen, there was a pad of sticky notes. He took one and left it on her bathroom door. “I think the experiment was a success,” he wrote. “Thank you. –Colin.”

* * *

That Sunday, he walked to Martinelli’s. The real chill had come, and his scarf and coat weren’t enough to keep him from feeling cold. Outside the restaurant, he looked in at the tables, pretending unconvincingly to read the menu on the window. In the back, at a table set for two, he saw a young woman sitting alone with a rose on the table: Melissa. He fingered the spray bottle in his pocket, then let it go and opened the door.

“Melissa?”

Her eyes lit up, pupils dilating as their eyes met, and he could tell that she’d chosen to use a more powerful prescription. She’d ordered the romance that her novels advertised.

He ordered pasta. They ate and discussed literary techniques of eighteenth-century novelists. He walked her home after dinner, her arm hooked in his.

For their next meeting, he used the spray. They married that December and honeymooned at Melissa’s house. The night after their wedding, they consummated the marriage with a bonding stimulant designed for a couple’s first night together.

Still panting, he reached out to her bedside table and grabbed a slim box containing two syringes filled with the stimulant. It was decorated with the words “Just Married” in pink. He opened the box and handed one to Melissa. She grinned, almost childishly excited, and slipped her arm inside the crook of his elbow. Arms entwined, they each found a vein and injected each other.

“I love you,” she whispered.

“I know.”
This was written for CogSci/Psych 180: The Science and Fiction of Mind, taught by Professor Ken "Dr. I presume" Livingston. A friend of mine, Sonia, had an idea that she wanted to write her story about the chemistry of love. We were brainstorming together and I inseminated her concept with a twist that made it fall into place. The story I'd been planning to do fell out, and I asked our professor if I could take up the joint project, since we'd conceived of it together. This is the result. I think that I prefer Sonia's, but so be it. Perhaps this can be improved with your help. And remember, even pointing out the bits you liked is helpful.

- F.A.R. out
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The original token orb is a little boring without animation, so I added some.
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Hi everyone!

This is my latest skin, as promised, seen at [link]
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Hey! Finally I'm done with version 0.2 of The Interface. First of all, I'd like to apologize for being MIA for a while. I've had
a lot of other stuff to do, but that's a long story, so let's skip right to the good stuff!

The Interface has gone through yet another complete rewrite. This basically means that the code is; more organized, more optimized, easier to edit and generally just better written. In addition, of course, there are some new features!


** File browsing within The Interface:
By using the FileList plugin by Elestel you can now browse through folders. This new feature makes it easy to setup bookmarks and application links. The Lower Green Bar has also been changed to incorporate this new function to act as a complete file browser (with some limitations of course).


** Automated Positioning System:
The Interface will now adjust it's own position based on what screen resolution you have.
The currently supported resolutions are:

- 1900x1200
- 1920x1080
- 1680x1050
- 1440x900
- 1280x800

Wallpapers for these resolutions are of course included.


** New Win Amp controls:
The Lower Blue Bar now has all standard Win Amp functions.
This includes; basic buttons, song title and a duration bar.


** And a lot of small things! ;)


Enjoy!



Best Regards,
~Omardude

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Another RainMeter Skins from me :D:

* Circle Bookmark (Modded)
* Circle Custom Clock and Date (Modded)
* Boulevard Extra Drives
* Boulevard Hard Drive
* Boulevard winamp Foobar
* Boulevard Network
* Boulevard Processes
* Power Toy
* Enigma Network Address (modded)
* Enigma Takbar
* Tech Cpu And Ram
* Tech Drive
* Tech Time
* Tech Network Up and DL

Wallpaper: Codename... Inverted by J-Dude913
[link] (FIXED)

Copyright for these skins goes by:

Power Toy by Nylons
[link]

Enigma by Kaelri
(Default Skin)

Circle For Rainmeter by Aidaaah
[link]

tech by ld-jing
[link]

:: Boulevard Rainmeter :: by sweatyfish
[link]

Download link are live!
Comment will be appreciated :D

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Install:

copy all fonts to %windows/fonts%
copy all folders to %skin directory of rainmeter%
copy all plugins to %rainmeter instalation directory/ plugins%

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FAQ

I've got so much question here, and most of them, are the question which are repeated again and again.
so i decided to create a FAQ here. hope it helps

Q: Crucafix, how do you use the rainmeter?
A: see it here: [link]
there's a manual which can explain how you use rainmeter

Q: Crucafix, my weather skin doesn't work!
A: read it here: [link]

Q: Why don't you answer it yourself instead of directing us to another web?
A: all of your answer is there. i don't know which one that could answer all of your question

Q: why dont you just copy-paste it here?
A: it's way too looooooooooooooooooooooooooooong to be posted here

Q: Ah, say it, you just too lazy to explain it right here huh?
A: if i say yes then what?

Q: you lazydog!
A: well, if my explanation doesn't satisfied you, then ask it to another person for more satisfying answer

P.S: please don't ever ask me how to use this skin. i expect that all visitor here understand how to use rainmeter. so please don't ever ask me how. and im feel terribly sorry that i cant answer all of the question you ask because, well i don't have enough time to get online.. i'm so sorry :(
and thank you for your appreciation :)

EDIT: wow i never thought my skin would be get a looooot of comment, views and favourites :D

thanks to all of you who have +fav and downloaded my skin.
and thanks too for the original creator of the skin who give me an inspiration to create this. once again thank you :)
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Audio Skins
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Collection by
AyonPlayer for Winamp cPro

Check out Victhor's version here!

Please comment and fav if you like this. Thanks!
Report any bugs!

Extract the zip archive and install the extracted file.
Enjoy!
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This is the first Winamp Classic skin I made..

I like minimalistic stuff so i just got started and it became this..

I used the font 'Terminal'.
The playlist font is just Arial 10pt.
You can put it on that size @ Preferences > Display.

Please comment if you like it or if you have any suggestions and stuff 8-)
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My new winamp skin. More info when i get sober.
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A dark and minimal beauty
Halion for Winamp has landed


Featuring a custom beat visualization, an interface trimmed down to only the things you need and some nice little details.
So you can focus on what you love most: Your music and your shiny album covers!


Installation

1) Please download and install the cPro Engine for Winamp first: [link]
2) Download, unzip and then install Halion by double clicking the "cPro_Halion.wal" file


Beta

This is a beta so some parts are not complete.

Things NOT done yet include: Shade view + More beat visualizations
They are not bugs, so dont send me notes about those 2 points as i will continue working on them.

You can send real bugs and wishes as a note though and i will do my best to answer, include or fix them!


Cheers

There is more to be added to Halion, so stay up to date and check the deviation from time to time. :squee:


Enjoy!
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Winamp: Black*Concept - programmed and coded the skin once more. A fully functional skin! This time around, it's not only exact, but it's also lighter and faster.

You can view the original concept by Ales-Kotnik here:
[link]
(This skin is originally designed by Ales-kotnik)

Scripts included in this skin belong to Skin Consortium and their original creators. Enjoy!

Don't forget to view my latest submissions! [link]

If you download or like it, please comment!
[revised update: added 'OK' button to the settings window]
[revised update 2: extract the .wal file out of the .zip]
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Winamp
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Collection by
A dark and minimal beauty
Halion for Winamp has landed


Featuring a custom beat visualization, an interface trimmed down to only the things you need and some nice little details.
So you can focus on what you love most: Your music and your shiny album covers!


Installation

1) Please download and install the cPro Engine for Winamp first: [link]
2) Download, unzip and then install Halion by double clicking the "cPro_Halion.wal" file


Beta

This is a beta so some parts are not complete.

Things NOT done yet include: Shade view + More beat visualizations
They are not bugs, so dont send me notes about those 2 points as i will continue working on them.

You can send real bugs and wishes as a note though and i will do my best to answer, include or fix them!


Cheers

There is more to be added to Halion, so stay up to date and check the deviation from time to time. :squee:


Enjoy!
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Arctic Firefox.
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****^^ Elegance 2 NOW AVAILABLE! [link] ^^****

After the complexity of Ribbits [link] I needed a taste of simplicity again.

Includes...

~ Time [3 sizes (12hr & 24hr)]
~ Date
~ Weather
~ iTunes player
~ Recycle bin + meter

See this skin in use... [link]

Enjoy. :wave:

wallpaper: [link]

**For more simple Rainmeter options check out "Simple Media [link]" & "Encoded [link]" **
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My new winamp skin. More info when i get sober.
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a little update from the earlier version :)

there is no playlist because a don't know how to fix it.
if you can and want to help me so send me a note. :D

this skin is made to fit with the visual style made by lassekongo83

visual style for vista [link]

visual style for xp [link]

this is a mod of amana d1ch ver by d1ch

original designed by x-spirit whiteout blue line
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Winamp
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Collection by
Updated v1.1:
Better sliders for volume control and progress. Some users had difficulty scrubbing the playhead. Plus, some minor UI tweaks that isn't really worth mentioning. :)

My glass mod of 'Pure Inspired for Winamp' by Marisa85 [link]

Special thanks to Marisa85 for allowing me to publish this mod. Check her profile [link] for more exciting Winamp skins.

Wallpaper: Auroa Basic by FateZoom [link]

If you happen to use the Enhancer plugin you can find the matching Enhancer skin at [link]
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Skin was Inspired by spot for 7 by *krissirk [link] and PURE for CAD by *mACrO-lOvE [link]
It's not totally look like PURE, but I like it and use it (I don't use CAD)
I think that original PURE by *mACrO-lOvE - is GREAT work, but I can't do smthing great...
When I was in process, I saw a beautiful colourful wallpaper with tattooed girl, and that is why in my grey skin so much coloured buttons :)
Hope you'll like it...

PS: sorry for my bad english...

Upd_11/11/02: v.1.1:
- seeking bar is fixed;
- timer in the top-left corner of cover-art square;
- current song color in playlist is deffer from other songs.
- added new hidden button, that off/on cover-art, in top-center part of cover-art square.
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play for winamp,
i used code and scripts from: lear-lite winamp skin: [link] by LeaR1T with author permission.
Enable Alphablending in Winamp Preference.
font: calibri bold caps.
wall: [link]

others parts of play suite:

for visual style: [link]
for cad: [link]
for litestep: [link]
for miranda: [link]
for shutoff: [link]

thanks again to: :iconlear1t:
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USB skin for CAD.

to install: unzip file in : C:\Program Files\CD Art Display\Skins

thanks for comment & :+fav:

:thumbsup:
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:iconsilly-wk:
Collection by
28/09/14: Fixed Big Picture button location (as per new update)

17/08/14: Fixed Steam Music / Friends Hover effect / Tabs / Download Progress color (thx to KraXarN)

3/3/14: Fixed steam wallet balance issue (thx to KoffieNL)

3/1/14: Removed light border by popular request

26/02/14 - Huge update - redesigned UI, better mods and new instructions

19/03/13
New update - fixes the issues with the latest Steam changes. New big picture button, small visual tweaks to the theme.

The download button is on the right ->

13-09-12: IMPORTANT UPDATE: Fixed some bugs, especially Big Picture button. Added some extras that allow for theme modding. No more variants, just use the modding folder if you don't like something in the default WP7 theme. Also there are tiny visual changes, removed text glow as per request, online avatar borders are now blue, in game - green.

05-06-12: Fixed hover on downloading items, progressbar color

22-12-11: Fixed notifications thingie, if you're too lazy to redownload, go to C:Program FilesSteamskinsMetroresource and delete the folders named "Layout" and "Menus"

Fixed friends list after today's update. Works with steam trading too (hopefully)

Steam Metro skin BETA 3

Fixed: 1920 resolution problem and progressbar color, added a "no gradient on bottom" version

Please report any bugs you find.

Everything's inside. Works with any recent version. Enjoy.

Comments and suggestions are welcome!

P.S. If the font doesnt look very good, go to Settings/Interface and enable DirectWrite (thx to PandaX for mentioning it)

P.S.S Add me on steam if you want: fediaFedia
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:bulletgreen: Steam Community Group  Final Announcement

:bulletgreen: 2015.01.02: updated to v2015-0101 (see SPUF thread for details [Link]).


I'm sorry to say that I will no longer be providing updates for PixelVision. Anyone willing to pick up the task is free to do so.
The full announcement can be read here.
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Hi, as was requested - this is my custom made theme for ObjectDock Plus with tabs.Enjoy ;)

~3d_vlk
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FINAL

2 System files included (SP1 compatible)
4 Wallpapers included

32bits and 64bits compatible
Taskbar on Bottom, Top and Left compatible
Window Color available (It's supposed to be without. Apply the theme again if it appears blue. Corners may have problems if you use it !)




INSTALL :



1) FIRST, DOWNLOAD AND RUN THIS Universal Theme Patcher IN ADMINISTRATOR MODE (right-clic > "Run as administrator"), UAC must be turned off
After patch, restart computer to take effect.

2) extract content ("Soft7 2.0.theme" & "Soft7 2.0" folder) into C:\Windows\Resources\Themes
and double-click on Soft7 2.0.theme
Then restart Windows in order that everything take effect ! (or only the explorer.exe if you know how to do it)


To change the navigation buttons you have to change your ExplorerFrame.dll :
Windows Theme Installer by Kishan-Bagaria
(Works only for the explorerframe.dll in "System32", so perfect for Windows 7 32bits. However, for Windows 7 64bits you'll also have to change the second explorerframe.dll (32bits) manually in the folder written below)



For 32bits Windows 7 :
Explorerframe.dll 32bits > "C:\WindowsSystem32"

For 64bits Windows 7 :
Explorerframe.dll 64bits > "C:\WindowsSystem32"
Explorerframe.dll 32bits > "C:\WindowsSysWOW64"



Yes, these are the right folders ! 64/32 and 32/64 :)



I use [link] for a small shadow above the superbar
Icons in the superbar : Token by ~brsev
Start orb : steelOrb 2 by me

Icons in the Explorer : Zvend by Henri Liriani & Pry Frente by Jonas Rask

Wallpaper : eCO by ~lassekongo83
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GLASS ONION VISUAL STYLE
for Windows 7 x86 & x64 SP1
created by Solmiler

28/06/2011 Thank you for the Daily Deviation, :) It is my birthday today and this is such a great present.
Thanks to !Sakrilege , ~freniizui and ~SV84 for suggesting it and `OtisBee for the feature.


This VS is for Windows 7. It's tested and working on both 32 and 64-bit versions. System files are for SP1

- Three visual styles : Dusk, Dawn and Noon
- Support for top, bottom and left taskbar,
- Two different fonts: Windows default Segoe UI font and smaller Calibri font.
- Beautiful Wallpaper by Lars Bjork, check out His Flicker Page for more great photos

INSTALLATION: Detailed instructions can be found in the included README file

IMPORTANT! Do not use UxStyle it has stopped working and keeps reverting custom themes to basic. Use UniversalThemePatcher instead: [link]

Icons used in preview: Icon Pack 2 by ~aablab and JONGHYUNPARK Exp.+2 by ~jpyss

Walls in preview: [link] , [link] , and [link]


More Previews:

Preview 1 Preview 2

Created by Solmiler
Licensed under Creative Commons



Check out my other Visual Styles:

Seven and a Half

Placebo
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Winamp
:icontmc51:
Collection by
My new winamp skin. More info when i get sober.
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------------- How to Visualization ------
Video lesson - [link]
Action for PS - [link]
----------------------------------------------

---------
2010.01.18 - fix problems in "Play"
2010.01.18 - fix problems in "Set"
---
2010.01.20 - update v1.1
---------
Собираем скин для WinAMP - XML+MAKI - [link]
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This is a Winamp Skin based on my Rainmeter skin.
It is made for :iconpoiru: ´s rainmeter skin rainify.
Check it out its really awesome :D

To make it look like rainify set the opacity down to 80%

(Right click on main window -> Window Settings -> Opacity)

this is my first skin so critiques would be nice :DDD

report bugs here :D
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Skin was Inspired by spot for 7 by *krissirk [link] and PURE for CAD by *mACrO-lOvE [link]
It's not totally look like PURE, but I like it and use it (I don't use CAD)
I think that original PURE by *mACrO-lOvE - is GREAT work, but I can't do smthing great...
When I was in process, I saw a beautiful colourful wallpaper with tattooed girl, and that is why in my grey skin so much coloured buttons :)
Hope you'll like it...

PS: sorry for my bad english...

Upd_11/11/02: v.1.1:
- seeking bar is fixed;
- timer in the top-left corner of cover-art square;
- current song color in playlist is deffer from other songs.
- added new hidden button, that off/on cover-art, in top-center part of cover-art square.
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Now, if you want beef, then bring the ruckus. Wu-Tang Clan ain't nuttin' t' fuck wit'.
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Winamp Skins
:iconmsn2020:
Collection by

initially released in july07-2007 (7.7.7) [link] ThaFrame was basically my attempt to create a perspectively distorted impression of a displayed cover. technically that's not possible to achieve with the features and settings of CAD alone, so i had to find some sort of a workaround and created some according graphics that would help to trick the eye. well, some covers might still reveal that it's just a trick and they'll probably look rather odd in ThaFrame, but in most occasions it works pretty nicely.

you can easily apply (install) the skin in its *.cskin file format by simply doubleclicking on it or by dragging n'dropping the file onto a running CD ART DISPLAY.

well, have fun in reminiscing. ;)



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|INVI PRO V14.2 IM (skin for Miranda IM)

|Program: Adobe® Photoshop® CS3 & Microsoft®WordPad
|Time: 3 days

|Info: I feel greatly honoured for the fact that ~007TINAR gave me permission to use his graphics. This skin is for free use only , it is not to be sold commercially or modified ect without first contacting both myself and ~007TINAR.

And please make sure to check out the great works of ~007TINAR


|How to install this skin?

FAQ: Install and Customize Miranda IM

|Other skins for Miranda IM by me:

Silence
Beatport
Season IM
Verdant Green
dA IM
Scuro
•• Latte IM
•• Latte IM for tabSRMM
•• Latte__Miranda Protocol Icons_
•• Latte IM for PopUp
INVI PRO V14.2 IM
Zune Organica
WGO

Hope you like it.


© 2008-2009 Dima Zagorodniy. All Rights Reserved.
odioart.deviantart.com | miranda-planet.com | miranda-im.org
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Finally it's done!
The .rar file includes the visual style, a matching colorpad skin, gehrunnerjunge config, wallpaper and some icons (+ a .psd file).
The visual style is based on aMADmes opensource Grounded VS which can be found here:
[link]

+ I used some of the graphics of the smple.drk winamp modern skin by skryingbreath ( [link] ). Thanks to you guys!

If you find some bugs send me a note or an e-mail or whatever and I'll try to fix them as soon as I can.

get the fitting styler toolbar: [link] !
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Titanium body. 1 color display.
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Rainmeter and ODP
:iconmugen09:
Collection by
Version 1.0


Maelbox is a simple skin for Rainmeter that will help you keep track of your Gmail inbox. Utilises the new aero blur feature from Rainmeter 2.1

Features:
-Middle click to set username and password.
-Click to open mail.


Icons by ~kyo-tux


Premium iPhone and iPod Touch themes: iOS'86 | Sarif
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Welcome to my first Rainmeter Suite! "Edge" is a powerful Rainmeter Suite that focuses on providing multiple User support for your different needs based on location, situation, or Windows machine, while delivering the latest Rainmeter features through a wide variety of skins. Furthermore, "Edge" is designed to provide a very easy environment for theming, making it the only suite that will be able to transform to match *any* Windows Visual Style (more about "Themes" in the future).

Skins included:

  • Actions
  • Chat
  • Clock (Digital/Analog)
  • ColorPicker
  • Date
  • Gmail
  • Google Reader
  • Launcher
  • Music Player
  • Notes
  • Quotes
  • Google Search
  • System
  • Wallpaper
  • Weather
  • Youtube


Rainmeter 2.4 beta r1598 is required. Get it from here.

General Guide

When you install "Edge", the Start skin will be loaded automatically. It is a wizard skin, which will guide you through the necessary steps to use the suite. Creating a User is mandatory. Even if you just want to use "Edge" without all the extra User features, you must create a new User.
Lastly, the wizard prompts you to enter some more variables, and explain how skins work. It will be expanded in the future.

Skin abilities

Most of the skins come with some shared abilities, to create a consistent suite experience. Some of them include:
  • The Edit button: This button launches a GUI which let you easily change User variables. RIGHT click opens the variables file in your default config editor.
  • MIDDLE click: Middle clicking on ANY skin background will close the skin. Personal Preference, so I would like your opinion about that.
  • Hover: Hovering many skins enables some buttons and options that weren't visible before.
  • Scroll wheel: Many skins support scrolling for changing pages and items. Make sure to check that out.


PLEASE, PLEASE PLEASE visit the the forum thread, where a FAQ, detailed Instructions and help are waiting for you. Also, consider that this is a stable, but beta release, so there may be problems. Please try to contact me, to get them solved.

Credits:

There are so many people to thank. I will very soon provide specific links for anything that I've used from the guys below. Please forgive me if I let someone out now, I will add you as soon as I remember you. To the ones I can currently remember :
Code:
JSMorley, Kaelri, smurfier, RedK, Pho3niX, Mordasius, Poiru, JoBu, fediafedia, and depicus.
Design:
neiio, Gaia '10 team, cooliographistyle, lysy1993lbn, DijaySazon, kiko11, zainadeel, kAtz93 and SolMiler.
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*Elementary has been updated!

This is the old version,

Click here to go to the new version!


I'm leaving this old deviation up instead of replacing it with the new version because of changes in the translation system.
(The new version may not support all the languages supported by this older version for quite some time.)

*If you experience a problem with these skins then try the new version first to see if it has already been corrected.
Thanks!




How to:


:bulletblue: Make sure you have Rainmeter installed (version 2.5 or later).  If you are new to Rainmeter, you may want to check out some walkthroughs to get familiar with the program, like the "Getting Started" section of the manual  or this Lifehacker article.
:bulletblue: Download the .rmskin file from the link near the top right of this page. You should be able to run the file with Rainstaller, which will put all the files in the right places on your system.
:bulletblue: Edit the file "...Skins/Elementary/@Resources/Settings.txt" to change settings. "...Skins/Elementary/ReadMe.rtf" has explanations of all the options!

Credits:


The primary font is Century Gothic, designed by Monotype Imaging secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia…

The secondary font is Futurist Fixed-Width, by WSI www.dafont.com/futurist-fixed.…

Wallpaper which inspired these skins, was used for the Rainstaller banner image, and is in the screenshot above is "Elementary" by emats.

Translators!
timpieee (Dutch)
MathieuStng (French)
Blugi (Spanish)
JackDMF (German)
Ya2sine (Tamazight)
wmw301 (Portuguese)
Hendrik (West Frisian)
Laurynas (Lithuanian)
takethis1988 (Italian)
TheAwesomeAmerican (Esperanto)

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Same as [link] but with a new Minimal variant(Pictured above).
Also added a minor update to the original variant where the number of online players will say OFFLINE when the server is down instead of disappearing.
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play for winamp,
i used code and scripts from: lear-lite winamp skin: [link] by LeaR1T with author permission.
Enable Alphablending in Winamp Preference.
font: calibri bold caps.
wall: [link]

others parts of play suite:

for visual style: [link]
for cad: [link]
for litestep: [link]
for miranda: [link]
for shutoff: [link]

thanks again to: :iconlear1t:
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Winamp
:iconwheedles:
Collection by
mnlstk compact

A small lightweight skin to use with the mnlstk vs by invaderjohn.

Credits also go to ~realitydoesnotexist for the wasabi skin (media library and playlist) - I just did a couple of modifications on it.

This is my first skin for winamp, so comments appreciated.

Oh yea, I forgot to mention, if you want the same font as in the preview for your playlist and media library, then you'll need to do the following:

1. Make sure you have the harxcorp font installed.
2. In winamp, right click to the get the menu
3. Options > Preferences
4. Go to playlist, make sure the "Use skin or language pack font" is NOT ticked.
5. Playlist font size, in pixels: 9
Use font: HarxCorp 4088

And you're done.
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This is my 30th skin on this account.

Don't download it.
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Full name: fgsfuckcomingupwithcreativenamesfds. Courtesy of mikm.
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Inspired by K for Win7 ([link])
Hope you like it :)

Upd_10/10/10: v.1.1 - standard frame borders realised
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mmm... just skin...
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Skins
:iconthemooncriedout:
Collection by
I've tried to realize a real Metro Skin for PotPlayer.
... and that's the result!

It contains the videoplayer, the musicplayer, the playlist and of course the controlbox.

You can choose between 12 different versions.
[three colors, two backgrounds and two available sizes for the Play-Button]

The musicplayer will display the album cover from mp3 files, if embedded.

For the playlist I'm using "Segoe UI Semibold 9".

Different Version: [link]


v1.5 [09.06.2013]
# Added the function for attaching and detaching the playlist (audio- and videomode)
( The attached mode looks at the dark ones a little bit different )
# Changed some bordersizes and button-positions
# Option to select subtitles added
# Removed the gradient at the bottom of the equlizer in the audio mode

v1.6 [23.06.2013]
# Changed the bottom of the right side regarding the light-skins (on fullscreen).
# Changed the playlist-position on fullscreen
# Some modifications on the xml-files... So that the AutoHide-Patch can take effect!

v1.7 [18.11.2013]
# Some modifications on the xml-files... regarding the updated Patch
# Fixed some button positions

Metro.X - Patch v2.0 [With GUI] [18.11.2013]
This patch makes it possible to hide the playlist and the other stuff on fullscreen.
In addition you can transform the skin to a minimalistic version without the three metro squares.

The changes are for both versions: Russian and English

Info! Right-Click on the playlist-icon for attaching and detaching the playlist.
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Matching skin for my Trisk FS theme for WB (XP only).

Containing skins for:
- Contactlist Modern
- tabSRMM
- IEView
- Popupskin Plus
- Tooltip

Another screenshot available here.

For information on installing and customizing, look at the
readme.txt and see the screenshots of my config in _HLP folder. Also have a look at versions.txt, to see which plugins I used.

Hope you like it.
barberio

Don't be shy and comment if you wish to.
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Don't forget to get Rainmeter 1.2 from [link] to use this :)

You can also suggest this skin as a SOTM (skin of the month) at the #Rainmeter Group, although the Topbar has already been suggested!

Finally it's here. The complete Tabmeter2-Suite with all its tabs.

The config-tool is pretty self-explaining, so I guess there shouldn't be a big problem using it. Anyways, if you got any questions, don't hesitate to ask.

A little tip btw: you can open the config-tool by simply middle-clicking any skin of Tabmeter2 :)

Credits:
-Background: Nature Wallpack by Skorpion 24 [link]

-some code or helper programs by:
Kaelri [link] Poiru [link] fediaFedia [link]

-Icons: Inspirit by dnw-s9 [link]

Thanks everyone for permission to use things :hug:

Anything else to know?

Well, I'm always happy about favs comments and :llama:

I also got a donation pool on my site, if that's something you like :shrug:

Are there any updates coming?

Yep, make sure to check my Twitter [link]

-Planned for 2.1:
-More media player support (WinAmp, etc.)
-deviantWATCH tab
-Other stuff, bug fixes, etc.

Thanks to =karmat111 for beta-testing.

You should totally go check out this skin for Tabmeter2 by ~whattoput [link]

And of course this wooden skin by ~Psychybrid as well! [link]
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All Artwork is Copyright © Charleston2378 2009/2011



:bulletyellow: I made a new Windows Photo Viewer bottons to match my "TAVARIS" theme for windows7.... x64 bit and x32 bit

:bulletyellow: To use this u have to Take Ownership of ur original Windows Photo Viewer file

:bulletyellow: C:/Programs Files/Windows Photo Viewer/PhotoViewer.dll

:bulletyellow: Rename original to PhotoViewer.BAK / copy, paste my .DLL and you done

Enjoy

:bulletyellow:If u like my work some points are welcome [link]
:bulletyellow: Notice — You can post a direct link to this page where you want, but you can't host the file because is property of the author
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!!!!! IMPORTANT !!!!!
Scream81 has been keeping the skin updated for future versions of trillian.

DeviantArt:
[link]

Trillian Forums:
[link]

------------ ----- Avion Pro v1.3 ----- ------------
Avion Pro v1.3 features a fully skinned Contact List, Chat Window, Profile Editor, and Add Contact Window. Customize it to your liking with options like wingless layout that save you a little space and hide those glass borders. If you have trillian pro, or your willing to do a little... "editing*," there are a wide array of themes to choose from.

This Skin is a collaboration between two Trillian forum members.

Designed by: Insomnautik
:iconinsomnautik:

Coded by: Scream81
:iconscream81:

------------ ----- Installation Instructions ----- ------------
Extract the Avion folder from the zip archive to your trillian skins folder (Usually: C:\Program Files\Trillian\skins).

------------ ----- Wingless Mode Instructions ----- ------------
[link]

------------ ----- Other Skins ----- ------------
Trillian Skinners Group: [link]
Avion Custom Window: [link]
Avion Carbon: [link]

------------ ----- Mirror ----- ------------
Link to Mirror: [link]

------------ ----- Features ----- ------------
- Shaped dock mode
- Light themes
- Bright themes
- Fixed Chat views
- Reduced space of tiny tiles view
- Added possibility for overlays
- New themes included made by Quixotics

------------ ----- Avion Pro Change Log ----- ------------
- v1.0
First Release
- v1.1
Padding on chat views
Hover highlight in IRC user list
Hover highlight in text input field
Widgets in draw mode window
Tooltip with long addresses
Contact list doesn’t reach the bottom when docked
Recently signed on contacts highlighted better
IRC /me text should be better readable
Tooltip over top of the window (hopefully)
Some font color issues
Light background for draw mode
- v1.2
IRC Window Lighting and Texture
Name Fonts in IRC
Complement Filter Changes
Changed Glass Graphics
Button fonts in notifier
Hide Chat Window Button Only Displays when Enabled
Tooltip over top of the window (again)
Support for Combined Notifiers
Support for Scrollable Tooltips
Support for Twitter Counter
- v.1.3
"TrillianMini" support in Chatwindow
Winglessmode for Contactlist
Winglessmode for Messagewindow
Winglessmode for Container (manual)
Awaymessage in Tab
Counter in Tab
Chattext in Tab
Glass Mode
Overall improved graphics
Mutebutton in Messagwindow
Link colors changes
Chatview Backcolor
..many small fixes

------------ ----- Comments ----- ------------
Thanks to Scream81 for all the help with Programming.
Thanks to all the beta testers who helped test this skin and the custom window.


*Editing of the theme.ini file in the avion skin folder can allow you to change your theme in Trillian Basic. Instructions will be posted soon, you can find them by searching the trillian forums for now.
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