Difference between revisions of "PartialEclipse"

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''Contributed by '''keepfeed'''''
 
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It is better than shows in the screen shot here!
 
It is better than shows in the screen shot here!
  
The name reflects the origin, having been cloned the Eclipse template with a few changes that alter it out of all recognition. It would have been even better if I understood the language!
 
  
Gone is the moon (not just once every 28 days) and the colours are quiet and simple giving a minimalist environment, very clear, tidy and easy to read without the more detailed text becoming a distraction when you mostly want to scan through the headlines.
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Gone is the moon (not just once every 28 days) and the colours are quiet and simple giving a minimalist environment, very simple, clean, tidy and easy to read without the more detailed text becoming a distraction when you mostly want to scan through the headlines.
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The name reflects the origin, having been cloned from the Eclipse template with a few changes that alter it out of all recognition. It would have been even better if I understood the language!

Revision as of 14:32, 1 March 2011

Screenshot

Download and unpack this ZIP file to the Resources/Channel Summary Templates directory (under the Awasu installation directory), go to the Display page of Awasu's Options dialog and set the Default content presentation template to the PartialEclipse.template file.


Contributed by keepfeed


It is better than shows in the screen shot here!


Gone is the moon (not just once every 28 days) and the colours are quiet and simple giving a minimalist environment, very simple, clean, tidy and easy to read without the more detailed text becoming a distraction when you mostly want to scan through the headlines.


The name reflects the origin, having been cloned from the Eclipse template with a few changes that alter it out of all recognition. It would have been even better if I understood the language!