Desktop Goodies: K-ON Picture Frame

Calling all designer who can give me an inspirational design for the new Rainmeter skin! I’m running out of fresh idea guys for a new Rainmeter skin design. If you could help me by sending your design idea on a JPEG/ PNG picture it will be much appreciated and of course your work will be recognized. Thanks.

9-19-2009 3-00-22 PMSkin Name: K-ON Picture Frame

File Size: 118 KB

Color Theme: White

Download: http://adf.ly/Kt8S0

Settings: You need to configure k-on_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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6 responses to “Desktop Goodies: K-ON Picture Frame

  1. Hey, I read a lot of blogs on a daily basis and for the most part, people lack substance but, I just wanted to make a quick comment to say GREAT blog!…..I”ll be checking in on a regularly now….Keep up the good work! :)

  2. What do you mean by “change the “ImagePath” variable to the address/ directory which you want the skin to display your picture”?….>___<;

  3. You have to open the .ini file in the Rainmeter skin you have downloaded and search for ImagePath. Once you found it, change the value to the directory that your pictures reside.

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