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Discussion in 'macOS' started by yklxcq, Jun 22, 2005.
As in the keynote i saw the whether pic can animate, how can we do that, thx in advance.
simply change the weather...whether or not you can do that remains to be seen...
animate? or rotate the weather icons? rotating is just holding down apple+option+shift and clicking on the weather icons... the only animated ones i can think of is the moon phases and the fog but you can rotate to them...
Thanks for that benjamin. I always wondered how Steve rotated them in that keynote.
It's to bad that they aren't all animated. It would be really cool to see rays of sun and falling snow and rain, and lightninging lightning.
Well getting them all to animate actually wouldn't be too hard.. i just looked over the js file.. and i bet someone if not myself could rig up everything, thing is its a lot of work imo. ah but i do have a lot of free time...... ah..
I think that would be pretty awesome if you or someone else made animations for the different weather. I like things moving
Slightly OT, anyone know the command to slow the genie effect? It's the one SJ used in the 2000 keynote.
The old shift trick works with Exposé and Dashboard as well.
thx for the replay
There is a feature where you can type "Nowhere" as the city, then press Command+shift+click and you could go through all the weathers, like a demo. It is posted in Apple's site. http://www.apple.com/macosx/tips/dashboardweatherwidget01.html
Good eye! Thanks!
One of them is animated though isn't it. There's a fog type-cloudy-look out there's a fire somewhere animation when you click through them all. Why only that one and what weather does it denote I wonder?