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MouseEyesSbar_1.1.lha
Description:Displays Mouse Eyes in screen title.
Homepage:http://amigazeux.net
Readme:
Short: Displays Mouse Eyes in screen title
Author: #amigazeux, Matthias Böcker (ugelb@online.de)
Uploader: Torsten Ketelsen (todi@amigazeux.org)
Version: V1.1
Type: util/wb
Requires: MorphOS 2.0
Website: http://amigazeux.net

What is it?
===========
MouseEyes is a screenbar plugin for MorphOS.

MouseEyes displays eyes that look at and follow the mouse pointer in the screen title.

Everything is fully configurable.

Requirements
============
- MorphOS 2.0 or higher

Installation
============
Simply copy MouseEyes.sbar to your SYS:Classes/Screenbar/ directory.

-> copy ram:MouseEyes/MouseEyes.sbar TO SYS:Classes/Screenbar/

Now click with the right mouse button on the screen depth gadget to open its
context menu, go to "Modules" and select "Refresh". Now open the context
menu again, and go to "Modules" again and select MouseEyes from the
modules shown there. MouseEyes should now appear in the Screen title
bar.

If you are brave enough and in case you want to have a MouseEyes Icon shown
in the Screenbar Preferences instead of the standard icon, copy
prefs_MouseEyes.mi1 from the Images directory of the MouseEyes archive to
MOSSYS:Prefs/MUIGfx/

-> copy ram:MouseEyes/Images/prefs_MouseEyes.mi1 TO MOSSYS:Prefs/MUIGfx/

Catalogs
--------
Copy the catalogs directory to your Locale: assign in order to have localised Preferences.

-> copy ram:MouseEyes/catalogs to LOCALE: ALL

Troubleshooting
===============
Q: I don't see MouseEyes on my ambient/xyz screen!

A: This is probably due to the fact that you are not using a true colour (24 bit and higher)
screen. Unfortunately windows with transparency that are opened on 16 bit
(and lower) screens are not visible in MorphOS Version 2.2 and lower.

Q: MouseEyes are not transparent and have a black background!

A: Unfortunately you need a true colour (24 bit and higher) screen with compositing enabled
to have transparent background with MouseEyes (even on MorphOS 2.3).

Credits
=======
Thanks to:
Leif Salomonsson for perfecting ECX :-)

Guido Mersmann for SimpleCat

MorphOS-Team for MorphOS :-)

-- #amigazeux

Screenshot(s):
Developer:Matthias Böcker
Upload Date:Dec 11 2016
Category:System/Ambient/Screenbar
Download:MouseEyesSbar_1.1.lha
Size:59 KB
Downloads:156
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