Desktop Goodies: Mio Akiyama Picture Frame

Ah, time for a new Rainmeter skin. I thought the current desktop widget for displaying picture in your folder is a little bit boring, so I took a little modification and make it a good picture frame skin. So, Akiyama Mio it is since she is one of the eye candies in the K-ON series. A little trouble though, is that this skin fits best for 4:3 aspect ratio pictures. Any other predefined aspect ratio will resulted in the pictures to be streched. Anyway, here’s the skin and don’t forget to read the settings so you’ll know what to configure. Cheers.

8-21-2009 9-20-12 PMSkin Name: Mio Akiyama Picture Frame

File Size: 159 KB

Color Theme: Black


Settings: You need to configure mio_LandscapeFrame.ini before getting the skin to display your pictures.First, change the “ImagePath” variable to the address/ directory which you want the skin to display your picture. Don’t forget to add a backslash (\) at the end of the directory (Example: C:\Pictures\).If you want the application to crawl the subfolders of the current directory, put the “Subfolders” variable value to “1”.Now, to set the length of time on changing between pictures, you need to set “Update” value (in terms of miliseconds).

Note: A Rainmeter application can be downloaded in my previous post. Don’t forget to extract and move the folder to your Rainmeter skin directory. Happy downloading!


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