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would you mind telling me how to make it hidden-able (not always on top),
there are urgencies for quicktime , not only terminal. :) thanks


sure thing, i'll post them later.

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I'm going to try Camino for you. Safari is giving me problems. I tested HUD on a webkit minibrowser and had no issues. I'll see....

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NOW, if we could get a menubar like MacProDan.......... has in his SIG???

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SticMAN, that's done in Photoshop (looks like he just took a pic of the menubar, inverted it, then added his text).

MasterOfComputers: well, we warned you Safari didn't work. It's not WebKit that's causing the problems, it's the code for Safari calling certain methods, and the fact that the Safari window is a custom subclass of NSWindow.

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Neither does camino. The nib won't open :thumbsup_anim:

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Neither does camino. The nib won't open ;)


im sure someone will find a way.

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SticMAN, that's done in Photoshop (looks like he just took a pic of the menubar, inverted it, then added his text).

MasterOfComputers: well, we warned you Safari didn't work. It's not WebKit that's causing the problems, it's the code for Safari calling certain methods, and the fact that the Safari window is a custom subclass of NSWindow.



I think he knew that, but we still would like a menubar like that. Looks awesome.

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Is there any way to HUDize an app with no NIB file?

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I think he knew that, but we still would like a menubar like that. Looks awesome.

I concur, best looking mock-up I've seen...

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Is there any way to HUDize an app with no NIB file?


nope

okay upon request: the auto hiders!
(when you click away from the window it will automatically hide it)

Quicktime: [download]

Terminal: [download]

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I bet we could make the menubar black by somehow modifying the invert mode (black on white in Sys Pref) to only do it's work on the menubar...?

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Damn that's sexy.

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Damn that's sexy.

Why, thank you. :P

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Why, thank you. :P

No comment.

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I bet we could make the menubar black by somehow modifying the invert mode (black on white in Sys Pref) to only do it's work on the menubar...?

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Beatiful! Maybe with rounded corner might be even better.

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You Could have a black menubar like that by using an image of the inverted menubar on the desktop background. then use Transbar (an application found on this forum) and make the menubar 100% transparent.

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Beatiful! Maybe with rounded corner might be even better.


But it's black, so having rounded edges wouldn't show up. :D

You Could have a black menubar like that by using an image of the inverted menubar on the desktop background. then use Transbar (an application found on this forum) and make the menubar 100% transparent.


Wouldn't really work unless the only application you used was Finder. :P

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this is going away from topic!!

less conversation, more NSPanels!

for a mod you should know this *cough*Sabr*cough*

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this is going away from topic!!

less conversation, more NSPanels!

for a mod you should know this *cough*Sabr*cough*

-D-


Well, not really, since it is related to getting a HUD-like appearance. It's just discussion about how we can get the menubar to look like this. But I agree, this conversation should be saved for another topic. Back to NSPanels. :)

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Adium Clist HUD by Hirogen
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Diabolik, any way to request custom nibs for an app (NSUIElement is set to 1)?

And since no one can figure out a login HUD, here's something amusing.





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