Desktop Goodies: Dango Family Notepad

This skin was a request and I think it turned out very nice actually. It doesn’t take up a lot of space because of the “invisible” button that hides the notepad part of the skin. I have not seen Clannad yet so I don’t really know what the Dango family is. They look like colorful rocks with eyes but they are a little cute.The skin has multiple notepad colors that you can change if you follow the instructions in the code for the skin. All the colors are taken from each of the Dango things and I recommend black text for all the colors except for green. The invisible button feature is awesome and will be included in all the notepads I make in the future. Hope you like the skin. Enjoy!

Skin Name : Dango Family Notepad

File Size : 18 KB

Color Theme : Orange, Brown, Yellow, Green, & Red

Download : https://www.onlinefilefolder.com/4sSzh5bs4B2tks

Note: Installation and usage of this skin can be observed on the Rainmeter section. Happy downloading!  Also, please support our blog by disabling adblock and clicking the advertisement that is shown here. Your contribution in clicking the advertisement will benefit the blog so we can improve a lot of things in the blog. Happy downloading!

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8 responses to “Desktop Goodies: Dango Family Notepad

  1. ^_^ Thanks guys I think it turned out to be one of the best notepads I have made so far. @Isai Vieyra: I am still working on the School Rumble notepad pack. I doubt I will be releasing anything else before this weekend. I have been so busy this week.
    Thumbs up on all the comments lol ^_^

    • Hi! I just figured it myself this morning! The way how to install this on Rainmeter:

      1) Go to Rainmeter–>Manage
      2) Click on “Create .rmnskin package…”
      3) Click “Add Skin”
      4) Select “Add Custom Folder” and search for the Dango Notepad Skin and then click “Add”
      5) Create a name for it, author, and version and then click next.
      6) Click “Refresh All” so it will show up in the Manage screen.
      7) Then when you get to the Rainmeter on your Desktop, “Refresh All” there too so the folder will show up there as well.

      Hope that helps and enjoy this notepad!

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