I have been working on learning Lua, a scripting program. I ended up hacking the hell out of Win 7, from the boot to desktop, see below, but it was fun to learn and kept me occupied. Tomorrow and into the weekend I will b adding pages to https://dellsweet.sotofo.com/ …
I have Pete Sheppard, Manuela Iordache, Andrea Scroggs and Andrea Tyse, David F. Sweet, Sayara St Clair, Martha Perez, Julia NewEarth Schmeelk, and I know I’m forgetting a few names, but all of the people who are always here and said okay. I’ll post your main books, but if you have something special just let me know.
Some transformed desktop images, all the buttons work. It took days to make the bottom bar and then make it work, lol, but that is what I have always loved about scripting…
This is what I was working on last week and posted, after more work on it this week…
You can see the changes in my bar and the side display, and that I have kept some of the skins I downloaded too (To the right).
Like to customize your desktop but don’t want to go through a bunch of changes only to have your machine crash so you can spend weeks setting it all back up?
Rainmeter allows you to display customizable skins on your desktop, from hardware usage meters to fully functional audio visualizers.
You are only limited by your imagination and creativity.
Rainmeter is open source software distributed free of charge under the terms of the GNU GPL v2 license.
Some video I captured below of my desktop and what I have done so far. I am enjoying it …
Borrowed heavily from this gentleman at Deviant Art: https://www.deviantart.com/mr-blade/art/Ghost-Recon-303668974 He is a Win 7 user too.
The music in the video is A Minor, acoustic, just me and a guitar recorded several years ago: Acoustic Version:
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