He didn't directly, but you can see some in the pictures he postedYou never mentioned them?
I'm so indecisive on my desktop design, and it changes quite often. I've finally settled on one design for my laptop and desktop synchronously recently, but I can only show my laptop's at the moment.
Anwyays behold the most cluttered desktop ever:
Confused? Well, that folder called "Stuff" isn't called that without a reason:
But besides that, there's also two other hidden trinkets! ^.^
A hidden launcher...
...and an audio spectrum visualizer I programmed.
Well, admittedly I didn't explicitly use the word "Rainmeter", but all three can be seen in my screenshots.You never mentioned them?
I'd show off my own desktop again, but it's really no different from what it was in November, just with different Gardevoir wallpapers as usual. ^_^;
I don't spend enough time on my desktop to need much else, to be honest. It's definitely neat to see how customized/impossibly cluttered other desktops can get, though!
Damn...that's a nice theme.
I heard it was for speed, but I could see how its a security risk. Im pretty sure flash is being cut soon, but that's for a good reason. It takes forever to load and is very very unoptimized. While HTML has a ways to go, it's progressing much faster than Flash.Java (and some other things) we're mostly cut for security reasons, you can do things to get them back if you really care.
Flash and Java were both cut because of security risk with something called NPAPI. Chrome stopped supporting a lot of plugins when they deprecated NPAPI in version 42. Google wants people to start relying on more web-centric technology like JS and browser extensions (for good reason of course)I heard it was for speed, but I could see how its a security risk. Im pretty sure flash is being cut soon, but that's for a good reason. It takes forever to load and is very very unoptimized. While HTML has a ways to go, it's progressing much faster than Flash.
Now that I have access to my desktop, here's a screenshot of it:
And also a video to do justice for the audio visualizer, going through a bunch of different songs in 20 second intervals (or longer). It's 30 FPS due to monitor recording with Windows Aero and that it can only record Rainmeter skins if Aero is enabled.
What theme is that? Do you have a link to it? I desperately want it.