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  • Birthday 01/02/1982
  1. I found this video today http://www.screentoaster.com/watch/stWElWQ...VUXFxR/kludgets 1. Download and save widgets from apple website to "program files/kludget engine/widgets" (saved as .zip files) 2. Run kludget engine 3. Right click on it's taskbar icon, click "open widget package" (points you to the "program files/kludget engine/widgets" folder.) 4. select a widget and click "open".. I've tested having 10 widgets and memory usage is similar to using yahoo widgets but when on heads up display the CPU usage hits 100%.
  2. Nice and nicely done..!!! I tried a few widgets from apple's website and they work fine. Not sure where to find the original dashboard widgets though, included in Leopard, or a much needed widget manager, similar to the one SioSae made for konfabulator. (http://www.aqua-soft.org/forum/index.php?showtopic=27037&hl=dashboard+widgets) Doesn't seem to run Yahoo widgets though.. (I was hoping it would)
  3. Aaaaahh! Who doesn't love the mac effects. I'm happy with the free yahoo widgets engine, and it pretty much works. That's all you need. Now for the eye candy.. Forget about Yahoo widgets.. If you haven't already, check out "Myboard" here: http://www.yannalet.com/index.php?p=24&more=1&c=1&tb=1&pb=1 It uses .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 which you also need to download but If you have enough memory (not to mention the graphics card requirements) this is all you want. It uses Magnets instead of widgets but really good dashboard look and feel for windows users and you can create
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