• Neon Gauges - Battery level
  • Neon Gauges - RAM usage
  • Neon Gauges - CPU load
  • D/L bandwidth
  • GeekTool - local radar
  • Neon Gauges - HDD usage - Mac and Win partitions
  • widescapeWeather widget
  • Hyperspaces overlay

Neon Rings

Newer Older


The iLeopard theme for OSX
Menu Eclipse to dim the menubar
Hyperspaces (thanks, MacHeist!)
Geektool for the clock/calendar and the weather radar
Yahoo Widgets:
-Neon Gauges integrated right into the rings background

  1. thekonofman 72 months ago | reply

    Would you be willing to post the link to the wallpaper by any chance?

  2. TDuck 72 months ago | reply

    Already done. Clicky "rings background" :)

  3. dude_from_pdx [deleted] 72 months ago | reply

    I love it! Would you be willing to tell how you used geektool? I'd love to implement it like you did but can't figure it out.

  4. Matrixizationized 72 months ago | reply

    Is it possible to set it so that Yahoo! Widgets work in all Spaces? I've tried by adding it to the list of Applications in the System Prefs, but it doesn't seem to work. Any suggestions?

  5. xlunchxboxx 72 months ago | reply

    don't know if you would be willing to share, but how did you configure geek tool? and also how did you get the neon gauges to integrate into the background?

  6. нawк 72 months ago | reply

    Very nice!

  7. billstonethethird 72 months ago | reply

    can you tell me how you cropped the weather radar to make the image circular in geektool? the radar i'm pulling from weather.com is rectangular

  8. nomad00 72 months ago | reply

    The radar is pulled from www.wunderground.com/cgi-bin/findweather/getForecast?quer... (already circular, and very transparent), 12345 is a demo zip, incase it wasn't obvious.

  9. Codefreespirit 72 months ago | reply

    Where or how did you get your menu icons to look the way they do? I'm hoping that is google notifier and that I can do that with my gmail icons. Thanks.

  10. nomad00 72 months ago | reply

    @ Matrixizationized - Set the Yahoo widget to 'Display On Desktop Under Icons'

  11. thekonofman 72 months ago | reply

    Many thanks. Very good job on this desktop.

  12. TDuck 72 months ago | reply

    Forgive me for being lazy, but the answers are all among the comment thread here.
    And thanks for the props!

keyboard shortcuts: previous photo next photo L view in light box F favorite < scroll film strip left > scroll film strip right ? show all shortcuts