Mako
Average Rating: 9
Yours: -1
File Size: .19MB
Downloads Today: 0 Downloads Total: 20250

Mako

Updated Feb 22, 2005 by treetog


Edivion
Comment #1 Tuesday, February 22, 2005 1:40 PM
I do't use sys. but now i HAVE TO!!!!
RedBuzzard
Comment #2 Tuesday, February 22, 2005 6:33 PM
This is Great. Any chance you're going to make one for the top or right hand side of the screen?
Evorg
Comment #3 Tuesday, February 22, 2005 8:14 PM
Widget
jalentorn
Comment #4 Wednesday, February 23, 2005 5:21 AM
Impressive, like all its works.
Firedogs Ron Son Jose
Comment #5 Wednesday, February 23, 2005 7:56 AM
Very much like! Um, a right-side dock possibility? Other colors? Would be nice to have a Volume Control, IP Address, and UpTime.

Again, very much like. Clean looking, and most importantly, easy to read. The CPU Monitor gets an A+. Treat yourself to a nice meal.


johntegoes
Comment #6 Thursday, March 03, 2005 7:26 PM
it dosent work for me ?
Aerofluff
Comment #7 Friday, March 04, 2005 7:23 AM
I can't get it to work either, though that's probably a fault on my end rather than this package itself. Looks gorgeous, though. Whenever I try to import the theme to first load it into SysMetrix, it says: "Theme was unable to be imported. Perhaps the archive file is corrupt. Error: 2"
Troid
Comment #8 Friday, March 04, 2005 7:44 AM
I cant get it to work either because i dont know where to go after ive downloaded it. I got the files but now what? There no activator button just a bunch of images in a folder HELP!
ikbengianni
Comment #9 Friday, March 04, 2005 3:19 PM
Maybe I Now sound like a Fat Assed Tired Dummy.. but can you make it an auto intaller?
By the way I intalled the icons and almost everything because they worked as (almost) auto installers.
I Will check this page out regularly to see if you place an answer. (Well Guess I need to Downlaod Sysmetrix)
Real Good Job By the Way
johntegoes
Comment #10 Friday, March 04, 2005 4:17 PM
how i do to get it working !?
ilikesskins
Comment #11 Monday, March 14, 2005 9:12 PM
I really want a Sysmetrix skin that looks like Apple's Ipulse meter. So do you think you could make something like it (since you are veruy veruy goody skinner)?
If you could do something like that, that would be super-ghettofabulous. Any reply would be appreciated. Heehee
playyyful
Comment #12 Sunday, April 24, 2005 2:06 PM
Wow Pixtudio does it again!!
King of GUI skins!! Thanks. Lovvvve your stuff...maybe even addicted??
CopperdeckII is a fav of mine.
I would love to see Mako in a couple of other colors...like blue-green (as it looks in thick glass)
and in coral/salmon and indigo....just humble suggestions from a user in awe of Treetog and Co.
Keep up the fabulous work.
Oh, I also like the suggestion of top right hand sysmetrix too.

Michael
Hollywood Ca.
mad7334
Comment #13 Friday, March 10, 2006 10:05 AM
You make the best stuff! Only thing is as good as it looks, its always in yellow, which to me gets annoying looking at it 24/7. I suggest you make a bluish green one, or maybe add some red. Overall though, Great job!
mad7334
Comment #14 Friday, March 10, 2006 10:05 AM
Also can anybody please tell me how to get this application to work?
What do I run the zip folder through after its extracted?
MKern339
Comment #15 Friday, March 10, 2006 3:38 PM
to make this work you unzip the folder into your sysmetrix/Themes folder. Sysmetrix default install to the program files directory. Once you have placed the folder in the right directory refresh sysmetrix and you should be able to see the theme in your configuration directory.
JeanSeverine
Comment #16 Sunday, August 17, 2008 3:25 PM
SysMatrix reads two kinds of load sources, the standard .smx skins, BUT ALSO PROPERLY CONFIGURED .ZIP files. The Mako skin is such a file. After DLing the Mako.zip, DO NOTHING TO THE .ZIP FILE. Just do a standard skin load by browsing to the Mako.zip in the same way as you would browse to load an .smx. I just installed the skin, and it loaded flawlessly and functions perfectly. Running Windows XP2 SP3. PLEASE NOTE AGAIN, THIS MAKO.ZIP FILE IS NOT MEANT TO BE UNZIPPED. SysMatrix does this ON ITS OWN UPON LOAD.
Passes on a nice enhancement I just made to it. Who needs a power on-off button for your media player, something u never really use. well i substituted at this switch the SysMatrix function under INTERACTIVE BUTTONS, the feature DESKTOP-TOGGLE ICONS. Now, when I touch the player power switch, it toggles all my desktop icons on and off, that means they all appear or disappear. A powerful and extremely useful and convenient SysMatrix button function.

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