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OShell [Version 1.7] *new menu* *u choose password*

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OShell * Current version = 1.7 *

Screenshot!

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The main features:

Startmenu is always shown in top-right (*now with system menu inside it*)

Right click menu - change bg color and change pass.

Paint(MS version)

Notepad (OShell version)

Time in bottom-right

Password login(if you want it)

Bugs:

If buttons on desktop clicked and draged the glitch

Please click on a link below:

Server 1) DOWNLOAD FROM SERVER1(AUTOIT DOWNLOADS)

Server 2) DOWNLOAD FROM SERVER1 (includes .exe, script and the includes need to run)

Please help me make this better!

Edited by ashley

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Bug: When i click on "Start" and then on open, it opens both programs

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Bug: When i click on "Start" and then on open, it opens both programs

just checkd that and for me it dont open anything...

ill fix it now!

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I do...

Besides that good start! Lots of room for lots of additions.

TYVM can u add to it or give me surgestions

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

FIXED but it dont look as nice

It's still buggy, I tried for a bit and it didn't open either application.

EDIT: It seems to work well the first time but then get messed up if you try to close it and open it again.

Edited by Piano_Man

My Programs[list][*]Knight Media Player[*]Multiple Desktops[*]Daily Comics[*]Journal[/list]

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Hi,

I like the look of that program.

two littles things :

-I like the previous start menu's look most

-when I click on the hour while the calendar is open it desactivate the calendar's X button

just some ideas i think too be usefull

- an ini file to choose program list & items

- shorcuts

- a command line

great job

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Hi,

I like the look of that program.

two littles things :

-I like the previous start menu's look most

-when I click on the hour while the calendar is open it desactivate the calendar's X button

just some ideas i think too be usefull

- an ini file to choose program list & items

- shorcuts

- a command line

great job

thanks for that i like the old look too when i have fixed the probelm i ahd with it i will upload

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Seems to work alright. Maybe add a contex menu with options like "Change background color", "Settings", etc...

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Seems to work alright. Maybe add a contex menu with options like "Change background color", "Settings", etc...

i plan to.

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UPDATED see first post.

New features:

Dubble click to open when in start menu.

Open button removed (no loger neeed)

New start menu look(back to pictures)

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y it funny?

The way it works amuses me. It is impossible to build an OS like you are trying to, but it is an awesome effort.

Keep going.

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The way it works amuses me. It is impossible to build an OS like you are trying to, but it is an awesome effort.

Keep going.

i know its impossible to build an OS in autoit, but if people start to show an intrest, im sure one day it will be possible. i meen come on look at IE.au3, loads of people tryed and did very well but dale worked very hard and compleate the dream that people had, so if people like me a justinreno try and try and try it will get better and maybe just maybe someone will think of a way

Anbyways im doing to to learn a little more code

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what do you think of the new updates then?

Couldn't get any start menu items to work. Also, why not have the start button close the context menu instead of adding another X button? So you would click it, and then click it again to hide it.

For the desktop items I think it would look better if when you clicked on them they got bigger and were centered around the center of the icon. Now they just sort of get bigger from the top left. Also, you could make them movable...

Also, if you click on a desktop item and drag off it it will stay big.


My Programs[list][*]Knight Media Player[*]Multiple Desktops[*]Daily Comics[*]Journal[/list]

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