Got this one coded up, with sliding animation, fade ins and fade outs, etc.
Looks pretty decent, I think ... for a Windows app :)
Attached - the compact and fully expanded versions.
about 1 year ago
Nice! I liked the right-aligned text in the other shot (a bit easier to follow)
Nice work Alex! You make Windows look good. (Not that it's always bad, or anything.) What are using to write this? (Language/System)
12 months ago
Thanks, @Hamish. I must say that Windows is resisting well, but I'm trying. It's done in vanilla C++ (without much of ++ though) over the native Windows API.
@Alex Pankratov Cool! 5 or so Years ago I remember tinkering with some 'Win32' fun — though I don't know if "fun" is the right word. How is the API these days?
@Hamish - it's the same I guess. The documentation is somewhat better, but mostly in parts that are in demand. Still lots of obscure corners, especially if it's some COM-based crapola.
"More Options: Move detection, shadow copying, quiet time, etc."
Those are the coolest more options I've ever seen.
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