Software : : RNOWidgets released
Posted By: jPV. on 2017/12/15 9:00:06
Desktop widgets are small single-purpose utilities placed on your desktop and RNOWidgets is a single application incorporating several of them. RNOWidgets contains widgets for calendar (ISO standard only), analog clock, digital clock, notes, pictures (local and net), and RSS feeds (http only).
RNOWidgets released
Features:

  • All widgets are freely re-sizeable and movable

  • Stylish user configurable widgets (graphics, fonts, colors, etc., can be freely swapped)

  • Pre-defined themes

  • Supports alpha channel transparency and has an option to create window drop shadows automatically (with or without compositing/accelerated layers)

  • ARexx support


  • Please visit the RNOWidgets homepage for more information and download options. Note that if you already downloaded the 1.0 version yesterday, please update it to 1.1 now.
     
    • Order of the Butterfly
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      Very nice!
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    • Paladin of the Pegasos
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      Good job.
      And quite a an interesting case on using MuiRoyale (i.e. the program itself doesn't _look_ MUI)
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    • Paladin of the Pegasos
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      And quite a an interesting case on using MuiRoyale (i.e. the program itself doesn't _look_ MUI)

      Because it isn't using MUI :) The program itself uses standard Hollywood windows and menus, but I create MUI GUI for settings and calendar event popups separately.
    • »2017/12/15 16:52
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      Very nice!


      Indeed :-)
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    • Order of the Butterfly
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      beworld
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      very good !! hop in my startup !! many thanks
    • »2017/12/16 20:07
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    • Priest of the Order of the Butterfly
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      Is there likely to be an alarm feature added to the Analogue and Digital clocks?
      Is there likely to be a beep/audible reminder &/or date highlighting feature for Calendar entries?
      [EDIT] Oh, and is there likely to be a transparency option for the clocks, with just hour markers visible, but hands/fingers palette options?

      Otherwise I LIKE IT. ;-)

      [ Edited by NewSense On 2017/12/19 0:16 ]
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    • Paladin of the Pegasos
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      Quote:

      Is there likely to be an alarm feature added to the Analogue and Digital clocks?

      I started to add that kind of feature now, so yes :)

      Quote:

      Is there likely to be a beep/audible reminder &/or date highlighting feature for Calendar entries?

      I'm making the alarm feature more generic (not just for the clocks), so I guess that can be used for reminders/beeps. Aren't calendar event dates already highlighted, or what kind of highlighting you mean?

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      Oh, and is there likely to be a transparency option for the clocks, with just hour markers visible, but hands/fingers palette options?

      That's unlikely, because of certain technical limits... I don't know how to implement it so that it'd work on all modes now, and I don't want to make features tied to too specific configurations.
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