Autumn
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Autumn

Updated Mar 31, 2002 by Third Eye


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Urban1
Comment #21 Sunday, May 19, 2002 4:34 PM
you better work on this some more, after i configured object bar so i got the bottom bar to show up i could use it but nothing on the start menu works, my name wont show up at the top nor the icon for it. And there was some trouble with the side menus too at the start button.
It is a very awsome theme so it would be sad if you can not use it.
sammy
Third Eye
Comment #22 Sunday, March 31, 2002 6:22 PM
First off sorry for the first upload I don't really know what happened I tried for a while to get this to upload here and was having some problems.

Wow your issues are very strange... It loads for me just fine. Very odd indeed. I will look into it and see what is up? Thanks for the feedback guys
Chris
Comment #23 Sunday, March 31, 2002 8:28 AM
Whoa. I just realized, yeah, the download DOES only download a jpeg (I downloaded the theme from LOS). Anyways the previous post is what I did to get the theme to display.
Chris
Comment #24 Sunday, March 31, 2002 8:22 AM
The bar is there, I think its just off screen. Here are the steps I took to get it working:

1. right-click the desktop. It displays the theme's start panel though bit messed up.
2. Adjust the the start menu's components by dragging them to get its top bar and bottom bar to align.
3. Press the menu's edit OB config.
4. There are two sections that make the task bar at the bottom. Dock the lower one (with the shortcuts) to the desktops bottom edge.
5. Dock the one that holds the actual tasks to the top of the screen edge so that it'll appear.
6. Undock the the secton from 5. and drag it down to the screen and place it above/next the section in step 4 where it belongs.
7. Now click the start button. it'll display the start menu Drag the start menu above and to the left of the bottom bars where you'd normally expect it to go.
8. Right click the bottom of the start button (since the start button is really composed of two bars), and go to its properties. Select the option to NOT align the popup. (This will force the popup to leave the startmenu alone where you placed it and not move it over the top part of the task bar).
9. In OB's general config options, tell it not to use the defined menu, which happens to be the start menu) when right clicking the desktop.
10. Save the OB theme, cuz you don't wanna do this again
geekboy2000
Comment #25 Saturday, March 30, 2002 11:08 PM
I edited the URL for the download link to grab the obpack. The theme loads in ObjectBar, but only clears the screen. No visible theme or bars at all.
merlyn buck
Comment #26 Saturday, March 30, 2002 10:17 PM
Yes no ob bar here
kith
Comment #27 Saturday, March 30, 2002 6:10 PM
Looks as if the download link takes you to the screenshot.

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