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    Back at home for Thanksgiving and had the chance to update my laptop.

    New stuff includes PowerToys for Rainmeter in botom right, 2ndgig analog clock in the middle, and yFlex skin for Launchy top left.

    Rest are the usual suspects: Rocketdock, HUD Vision, Enigma, Moxaweather, and the flip clock that I recently did.

    kdf0517, dflaiz, icyleaf, bkmintie, and 4 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. John Espino [deleted] 76 months ago | reply

      I believe the flip clock is a screensaver?
      How d'ya do that, integrating it into the desktop?

      Desktop is so COOL, dude. : )

    2. owencm 76 months ago | reply

      Where did you get this skin for Launchy? I can't find any good ones online, there's no repository of really good ones online (I can find :()

    3. John Espino [deleted] 76 months ago | reply

      www.skinconsortium.com/index.php?page =ViewDownload&itemID=79

      I saw this skin earlier.

    4. projectvirus 76 months ago | reply


      You can download my flip clock Rainmeter skin from my website: www.architectrio.com/projectvirus.html

      Glad you like it! Make sure to download the screensaver it was inspired by at www.9031.com/downloads/screensavers.html

    5. Phoshi :D 76 months ago | reply

      yeah this is pretty cool :)

    6. sarahliane1 76 months ago | reply

      The bar across the bottom with date and shutdown buttons, where did you get that? I can't find that one and it looks nice. Tried your clock by the way, really nice.

    7. projectvirus 76 months ago | reply

      Here ya go: customize.org/rainmeter/skins/39608

      Glad you like the clock :D

    8. projectvirus 76 months ago | reply

      Just realized you might be referring to the actual bar. That's from Kaelri's Enigma Rainmeter set (dl.getdropbox.com/u/311946/Enigma.zip)

      This in particular is the actual taskbar and the date config.

    9. sarahliane1 76 months ago | reply

      Got it. That was the one site I didn't search. Thanks, much appreciated.

    10. nasa geek 76 months ago | reply

      Is that circular, glowing object in the center an analog clock? If not, then what is it and what purpose does it serve?

    11. projectvirus 76 months ago | reply

      Yyes it is an analog clock. It's an interesting one at that. It doesn't serve much purpose other than aesthetics though due to the easier to read digital clock.

    12. bloknayrb 75 months ago | reply


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