My second icon release of the year. Misto combines white and soft blue light details and it cames with 3 different color styles for all the icon folders to you to choose which color scheme fits the best with your current theme or skin.
105 icons in PNG format with a resolution of 256x256 px
A PSD and font file you will find inside the "resources" folder. The PSD allows you to create your own file icons. You must install the font before working with the PSD in order to be able to change the text displayed in the post-it miniatures if you want to keep the same font I used in the rest of the icons.
You can also grab the ICO format for this set here.
i dunno...the last one was way more sweet and slick... This one is ok, but in comparison to the first one...hmm. Still a great set but not as good as the first one agn sayin' it's not bad,but u catch my drift right? Still ed!
aw man, that would be just about the greatest thing i can possibly imagine. you with your great sense for simplicity, clarity and beauty doing a CD Art Display (CAD) skin. that's too good to be true.
technically speaking, CAD is a front end application (not a plugin) that works in combination with a large variety of different media players like winamp, iTunes, Windows Media Player, foobar2000, AlbumPlayer, MediaMonkey ...to name just a few.
skinning CAD can't actually be easier, because there's no need to know anything about coding at all. it's basically a matter of creating graphics and then configure their positions by using the unique Skin Editor.
the difference between other skinnable applications like AveTunes, Winamp or Miranda for example is, that each and every setting made via that Skin Editor can be viewed in real time on your screen. and as i said there's absolutely no need to open an *.ini or *xml file or whatever in a text editor in order to alter complex code strings.
however it is important to know about the exact filenames and the folder structure of a CAD skin. that's why i would always recommend to take a look at already existing skin folders to familiarize with the different skin elements and their according filenames.
besides, it's always a nice idea to load any skin you want and then play around with the Skin Editor settings a bit. as long as you wouldn't save your changes that skin won't be in danger to loose its initial appearance.
if some day you'd decide to install CAD, then please let me tell you that CAD comes with an easy to use setup.exe and you can even select from different languages (even spanish ).
also i'd like you to know, that whenever you would run into any trouble with CAD... ...i'll be there and help you. just leave a message.
in mi country "misto" (i think the in english should sound about right spelled "mishto") is a word that romanian people use and it means "cool"(not "cold" you know cooool ) it is a borrowed word actually it has a gypsy origin