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jsmorley commented on A-WEATHER II by adni18

Very nice aesthetics. You have quite the artistic eye.

A-WEATHER II
The new "Eclipse" style seems to be the default if you are a new user to deviantART, or are otherwise not logged in to an account on there.

This style does not seem to support the "categories" like "customization/skins/sysmonitor/rainmeter" anymore, so links like:

www.deviantart.com/customizati…

No longer go to the newest Rainmeter skins, but just dumps you on the main site home page.

You can switch back to the old theme with a slider at the top of the screen, but only if you are logged in to an account on deviantART.

Once you are logged in, and switch to the old theme, all links work as they always have.

But of course, a new user to deviantART is not going to have an account, and as far as I can see, there is no way for them to either switch to the old theme, or be directed to the Rainmeter "category" with a link.

Links directly to a specific Rainmeter skin still work the same, although they "look" different, but searching the Rainmeter "category" seems to be severely limited.

I think this is all still a "work in progress" on deviantART, but we need to keep an eye on this, and find out if there is some approach that is going to work best for our users, both existing and new.

I may be missing something, so anyone who has some time to really dig into this is encouraged to pipe up here...

This seems to be the best way to get to "Rainmeter" in the Eclipse theme...

www.deviantart.com/search/devi…

But this doesn't work at all in the "old" theme. So I'm not sure how you can reliably create a link to the Rainmeter "category' anymore.
The new "Eclipse" style seems to be the default if you are a new user to deviantART, or are otherwise not logged in to an account on there.

This style does not seem to support the "categories" like "customization/skins/sysmonitor/rainmeter" anymore, so links like:

www.deviantart.com/customizati…

No longer go to the newest Rainmeter skins, but just dumps you on the main site home page.

You can switch back to the old theme with a slider at the top of the screen, but only if you are logged in to an account on deviantART.

Once you are logged in, and switch to the old theme, all links work as they always have.

But of course, a new user to deviantART is not going to have an account, and as far as I can see, there is no way for them to either switch to the old theme, or be directed to the Rainmeter "category" with a link.

Links directly to a specific Rainmeter skin still work the same, although they "look" different, but searching the Rainmeter "category" seems to be severely limited.

I think this is all still a "work in progress" on deviantART, but we need to keep an eye on this, and find out if there is some approach that is going to work best for our users, both existing and new.

I may be missing something, so anyone who has some time to really dig into this is encouraged to pipe up here...

This seems to be the best way to get to "Rainmeter" in the Eclipse theme...

www.deviantart.com/search/devi…

But this doesn't work at all in the "old" theme. So I'm not sure how you can reliably create a link to the Rainmeter "category' anymore.
The new "Eclipse" style seems to be the default if you are a new user to deviantART, or are otherwise not logged in to an account on there.

This style does not seem to support the "categories" like "customization/skins/sysmonitor/rainmeter" anymore, so links like:

www.deviantart.com/customizati…

No longer go to the newest Rainmeter skins, but just dumps you on the main site home page.

You can switch back to the old theme with a slider at the top of the screen, but only if you are logged in to an account on deviantART.

Once you are logged in, and switch to the old theme, all links work as they always have.

But of course, a new user to deviantART is not going to have an account, and as far as I can see, there is no way for them to either switch to the old theme, or be directed to the Rainmeter "category" with a link.

Links directly to a specific Rainmeter skin still work the same, although they "look" different, but searching the Rainmeter "category" seems to be severely limited.

I think this is all still a "work in progress" on deviantART, but we need to keep an eye on this, and find out if there is some approach that is going to work best for our users, both existing and new.

I may be missing something, so anyone who has some time to really dig into this is encouraged to pipe up here...

This seems to be the best way to get to "Rainmeter" in the Eclipse theme...

www.deviantart.com/search/devi…

But this doesn't work at all in the "old" theme. So I'm not sure how you can reliably create a link to the Rainmeter "category' anymore.