Alien Chrome Desktop
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Alien Chrome Desktop

Updated Aug 09, 2004 by Weaksid

Sleeping Dragon
Comment #1 Monday, August 09, 2004 12:18 PM
Nice. I just added these awesome walls to my library. Thank you for sharing.
Comment #2 Monday, August 09, 2004 12:52 PM
Yep, No problem. O' and something I forgot to add to the description. If you are wondering what that is off to the right with all the program buttons. It's just the quick launch bar that comes with windows. I just messed around with it, no hacks, no programs created it, you can do that normally.
Comment #3 Monday, August 09, 2004 3:38 PM
Nice looking D-top!
Comment #4 Tuesday, August 10, 2004 10:10 PM
Thats a whole lot of programs.
Comment #5 Wednesday, August 11, 2004 8:21 AM
Thanks JamMeister33

I use alot of programs I have alot more then that installed. The rest are located in the programs menu. I love to test out software if I find it. I just need to organize and start posting my reviews of the software on my site.
Comment #6 Tuesday, August 24, 2004 6:20 AM
one of the best iv seen and i love it! keep up da good work bro!
Comment #7 Sunday, August 29, 2004 7:43 AM
hey can u tell me how 2 put the toolbar thing on da right hand on da screen i cant seem 2 do it ... thanx
Comment #8 Sunday, August 29, 2004 4:01 PM
I tried to find the instructions on the net so I didn't have to try to type these out. But I couldn't find it. So, let's see if I can explain it right.
1) Drag your Quick Launch from the bottom of the screen to the right or Left side. (*Note* Not your Task Bar.. You might have to unlock the taskbar and make quick launch visible)
2) Somewhere on your computer, make a main folder where you'll put all your shortcuts. Then within that main folder, make sub folders. The sub folders will be what you see. (Example: If you view my image, the Design name above the icons is the sub folder name. This will be used for all the sub folders. Whatever you name it will be the displayed name)
3) Right click on your quick Task bar
4) Go to Toolbars (A list of toolbars that are installed into your system will show)
5) Select "New Toolbar" from the bottom of the list.
6) Find the sub folders that you made.
7) Select "1" of them and click ok.
Once you do that, it should bring up your new label and shortcuts. (*Note* You don't need shortcuts at the beginning to do this. You can create the folders, bring the folder to your quick launch, then populate it there.)

And there you go. You can then edit many properties from there. If you have any problems, let me know.
Comment #9 Sunday, November 28, 2004 3:26 PM
I checked this out when you first put it up.
I didn't think I should be the first to comment,for obvious reasons.
I think this is a really cool desktop.
Thanks for the quick launch instructions,that quick launch you made is really cool.

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