Winter Night2
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Winter Night2

Updated Nov 29, 2007 by sphoto


Leo the Lion
Comment #1 Sunday, November 25, 2007 11:54 PM
Looks pretty cool   
DrJBHL
Comment #2 Monday, November 26, 2007 12:01 PM
Very cool....but wouldn't it have been easier to make it resolution independent?

  
sphoto
Comment #3 Monday, November 26, 2007 4:55 PM
Very cool....but wouldn't it have been easier to make it resolution independent?


You're right Dr J0622. I'm still trying to wrap my peabrain around that concept.


booblesnop
Comment #4 Tuesday, November 27, 2007 9:24 AM
I would like to hide the bottom taskbar as the side taskbar is...is this achievable? Great theme, want to use all parts....but need to be able to hide the bottom taskbar? Thanks. Keep up the good work.
sphoto
Comment #5 Tuesday, November 27, 2007 9:37 AM
I would like to hide the bottom taskbar as the side taskbar is...is this achievable? Great theme, want to use all parts....but need to be able to hide the bottom taskbar? Thanks. Keep up the good work.


When you say "The bottom taskbar" do you mean the bottom half of the taskbar or the complete taskbar?

Yes it's possible, either with a button or a mouseover like the sidebar.

booblesnop
Comment #6 Tuesday, November 27, 2007 10:00 AM
Thanks for your quick response. I would like to hide both, but will take the just the bottom if it's easier. I've been trying to mess with the settings to match the sidebar, however with no luck. I would love to know how. Thanks again.
sphoto
Comment #7 Tuesday, November 27, 2007 12:40 PM
I've been trying to mess with the settings to match the sidebar, however with no luck. I would love to know how.


In DX Builder make a new image object. Use any image.

Right-click the Bar image. Open the Summary tab and click on "(Unassigned)" next to "Object ID." Name it Bar.
Open the "Relation" tab. Change Popup: from static to Toggle. Click Apply. Then OK.
Later on you can change it to "Menu(Closed on any action)" if you want the bar to hide after you make a selection.

Make another image new object. Name it "BarLaunch" and leave it unassigned.
Under the General tab change "Object Type" to Object Controller. Leave "Open/Toggle the popup object" selected and under "Target object name or group name" select "Bar" or whatever you named the first object. Click OK. Select the "Relation" tab. Change "Start with:" to Mouseover. Click OK.

The Bar should open and close when you pass your cursor over the "BarLaunch" item.

Now right-click the Barlaunch item and select the "Summary" tab. If you want to dock it to the left, change "Left" to 0. Change "Top" to 100. "Width=12, Height=400. Click OK.

The Bar Launch should be at the left of your screen.

Let me know how it works out.

Steve


777lark777
Comment #8 Monday, March 10, 2008 5:28 AM
like the Glassbars ,but it is good too!

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