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need help.... I added this to the rain.css function createACloud() { var image = document.createElement("img"); image.id = "frost"; image.src = "Images/Weather/rain/rain.gif"; return image; } now it shows the image... however,
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    need help....

    I added this to the rain.css

    function createACloud() {
    var image = document.createElement("img");
    image.id = "frost";
    image.src = "Images/Weather/rain/rain.gif";
    return image;
    }


    now it shows the image... however, how do I change its attributes such as size and transparency.. as its tiling the image..

    where do I add the code and what code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VOLTAGExDT View Post
    need help....

    I added this to the rain.css

    function createACloud() {
    var image = document.createElement("img");
    image.id = "frost";
    image.src = "Images/Weather/rain/rain.gif";
    return image;
    }


    now it shows the image... however, how do I change its attributes such as size and transparency.. as its tiling the image..

    where do I add the code and what code.


    Hi mate, i've just tested from config.js in a demo mod with the rain.gif and works fine with me

    this is how it suppose to look like



    check if the bracket are closed ? top and bottom

    put the rain.gif inside the Images/Weather/rain
    Last edited by Bacardi85; 10-28-2013 at 08:20 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bacardi85 View Post
    Hi mate, i've just tested from config.js in a demo mod with the rain.gif and works fine with me

    this is how it suppose to look like



    check if the bracket are closed ? top and bottom

    put the rain.gif inside the Images/Weather/rain
    thank you Bacardi but I think you missed my question

    now it shows the image... however, how do I change its attributes such as size and transparency.. as its tiling the image..

    where do I add the code and what code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VOLTAGExDT View Post
    thank you Bacardi but I think you missed my question

    now it shows the image... however, how do I change its attributes such as size and transparency.. as its tiling the image..

    where do I add the code and what code.
    okey, can you post a screenshot? im not sure what you mean.. if the background of the gif is not transparent.. you will still see the image no matter what, even you put the opacity down

    the code is not supose to be in css, you need to put in rain.js

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    hello everyones.
    ok my version on ip5 and is ok for yahoo and accu


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    Quote Originally Posted by NewdestinyX View Post
    Ian, I'm just blown away -- first, that in this time of so many on stock on iOS7 - ghost town time at MMI - that you found something for us to do - CREATIVE!! Way to go, M8! And the then 2nd - that even the idea of having a 'phone' running UniAW LS on your Mac Desktop is a cool idea... You can have different live wallpapers or static ones -- and always have your UniAW running there..

    By the way - your LiveWallpaper UniAW does NOT run my MacPro Hot at all... AND NO FAN noise on my MacBookPro since you redid the animations for Bacardi.. Thanks for coming to our rescue... LOL!!! So it's running pretty leanly for me on both desktop and laptops..

    Hey listen.... Is there a way to get WidgetRunner to simply launch your set of widgets you've created - on startup?

    Also - how did you get the GMT to work the same for AccuWeather and Yahoo? On our phones -- all UniAW widgets need Accuweather to be set 1 hour later than when set to Yahoo. But on LiveWallpaper and Widget runner -- no... leave them the same..
    Hi Grant,

    I just right click on Widgetrunner's icon on the dock and check "Open at Login" & "Keep in Dock", it loads my world clock widgets automatically. I'm on Snow Leopard.

    The GMT might be working correctly now because I think the clocks went back an hour recently, but you can easily do it by adding a "+1" or -"1" in one of the javascript files (yahoo or accuweather)

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    var sunriseh = obj.sunrise.split(":")[0].replace('"', "");
            var sunrisem = obj.sunrise.split(":")[1].replace('"', "");
            var sunseth = obj.sunset.split(":")[0].replace('"', "");
            var sunsetm = obj.sunset.split(":")[1].replace('"', "");
            sunriseh = parseInt(sunriseh) + GMT +1;
            sunseth = parseInt(sunseth) + GMT +1;
    Last edited by Ian Nicoll; 10-29-2013 at 06:18 AM.

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    Hi Ian, i think he want the rain.gif? if im not mistaken

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    take this and is just for ip5 for this moment

    http://www.mediafire.com/download/6u..._uniaw_ip5.zip

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Nicoll View Post
    Hey all,

    Here is something for you Mac users to play with, this is not really a release as I did it real quick (I left all the iph4 files in the widget). I just wanted to give you this so you guys n gals can play with it, it might give you some idea's.

    I'm on a 17" MacbookPro, so this widget might well be too big on a smaller screen, it's even too big for my screen but like I said it's not a major release, just something to give you some idea's.
    It could be made a lot smaller if you remove the iphone (and screen reflection) images, I just stuck them in their so it looks better.

    I included a video with the download, so it's a wee bit big, in the video you will see where the twilight image wasn't in the correct place, I fixed this in the css and redid the video only to find the fix didn't take, for some reason I have to re-name the theme/widget + plist files to match so it will take the fix, keep this in mind if playing with your own ones, of coarse you won't have to do all that renaming when you install this, I didn't want to redo the video again as my Mac heats up too much when saving the videos. Just stick the widget into the folder and thats it.

    I would advise to any of you making your own ones, when your testing just call it "A", then "B" & so on till you get it 100% then give it the correct name.

    The touch function works with your mouse but the Yahoo switch launches your browser?? Don't know why yet.

    This does not work in Dashboard, at least not yet, for some reason it doesn't connect to the net and always shows offline so it's only for the desktop.

    Anyway, with this as your base you can adapt it with your own widgets, hope it gives some of you some idea's.

    Download it HERE.



    Thanks it works but the phone is bigger than mij macbook 13inch hahhah but it great thanks

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    Just having a little fun with livewallpaper


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    Few extra wallpapers in the Images folder if you want to switch them up, whichever one is named wallpaper.jpg is the one used.
    Download

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bacardi85 View Post
    Hi Ian, i think he want the rain.gif? if im not mistaken
    Ah ok M8, I get mixed up, removed the post incase I confuse things.
    Last edited by Ian Nicoll; 10-29-2013 at 06:19 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannyk1984 View Post
    Thanks it works but the phone is bigger than mij macbook 13inch hahhah but it great thanks
    Want a smaller version?
    You can scale the complete widget with a zoom in the #body settings in the iph5.css file, but not all settings work and if you go much smaller than this the text becomes too big, after you make any adjustments you need to re-name the widget + in the plist files to match the widget name as I did in the video.

    Code:
    body{
    	background: url('../../Images/background/iph5/phone.png') no-repeat;
    	background-size: 423px 865px;
    	top: 0px;
    	left: 0px;
    	width: 423px;
    	height: 865px;
    	font-family: STHeitiK-Light;	
    	color: #d9e0b9;
    	zoom: 67%;
    	}


    Or you can download the small version from the link below, unzip it, copy & paste it into your "Library/Widgets" folder, select it with WidgetRunner.

    UniAW6.4 small


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    Hi Ladies & Gents, i hope everyone doing well, going to release the Uniaw Widget for Osx from Ian & my Macbook Ezra 2 Light&Glass Edition in 2 days, i was thinking to open a new thread for mac theme, so people can feel free to shoot there issues,widgets,mods,wallpapers,icons and more, i will include the PSD in my package

    Big thanks to Ian for letting me share the Uniaw Widget, and Also TC for the Ezra Icons PSD

    Have a great day everyone

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    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...niaw%20ip4.zip

    for iphone4






    and its ok on yahoo and accu and goodnight everyones

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    I just modded the standard world clock widget, made it a lot smaller, removed the js code for the second hand (save a bIt of resources), moved the city names below the clock so it looks more like icons now
    But I guess most of you guys never use them as you mostly stay in the same time zone, but this is great for me.

    Here's a before & after (in low quality)

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    Last edited by Ian Nicoll; 10-29-2013 at 03:54 PM.

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    wow thats awesome mate, good stuff has always 👍👌

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bacardi85 View Post
    wow thats awesome mate, good stuff has always ����
    Thanks,

    Now I just got to track down some Arctic MX-4 heat compound paste, my MacbookPro runs extremely hot when doing intensive tasks, it gets so hot the cpu throttles down, so then it becomes slow too.
    I regularly clean out my fans, I know it's not dust.

    Mac make incredible machines but they have a very bad habit of applying far too much paste on the heat sinks, I have re-done a few for friends and temp drops by 10 - 15șC, now I got to find some paste here in Brazil & look after my own machine.

    It's not your standard 17" MacBookPro, I upgraded the cpu, memory, replaced the HDD with a 7,200rpm one, removed the optical drive and fitted a second 750GB 7,200rpm HDD in it's place for a backup drive.
    Last edited by Ian Nicoll; 10-29-2013 at 04:18 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Nicoll View Post
    Thanks,

    Now I just got to track down some Arctic MX-4 heat compound paste, my MacbookPro runs extremely hot when doing intensive tasks, it gets so hot the cpu throttles down, so then it becomes slow too.
    I regularly clean out my fans, I know it's not dust.

    Mac make incredible machines but they have a very bad habit of applying far too much paste on the heat sinks, I have re-done a few for friends and temp drops by 10 - 15șC, now I got to find some paste here in Brazil & look after my own machine.

    It's not your standard 17" MacBookPro, I upgraded the cpu, memory, replaced the HDD with a 7,200rpm one, removed the optical drive and fitted a second 750GB 7,200rpm HDD in it's place.
    same problem here.. i think i might need some upgrade also and change the thermal paste my mac goes crazy with all the test on Uniaw widget but the good thing is the fan doesnt make nose like HP lmaoo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bacardi85 View Post
    same problem here.. i think i might need some upgrade also and change the thermal paste my mac goes crazy with all the test on Uniaw widget but the good thing is the fan doesnt make nose like HP lmaoo
    I use a small program called "Fan Control to control the speed of the fans.

    https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/23137/fan-control

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