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Topic # 31471 18-Mar-2009 21:12

Hi All

I am looking at resurrecting (completely rewriting) an old Orcon Usage Meter Desktop Widget.

The first working (not so fancy) version is complete, all working for me – it is however impossible to know if it works without testers.

If any one is interested in trying it, offering ideas on graphical / functional improvements all are welcome.

Please PM me your email address and I’ll email a copy to you.

 

Partial Credits to the Original Project (for First Layout Inspiration): http://bitdojo.net/orcon_meter

 

* Please also note, my one is not written in Java.

 


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  Reply # 202049 18-Mar-2009 22:48
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Will your source code be open?  It's not that I don't trust you stranger, well, it is actually.

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  Reply # 202051 18-Mar-2009 23:18

Once it is a 100% Working, and Stable. - Yes
Don't want to release a monster on other interested programmers Laughing.



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  Reply # 202070 19-Mar-2009 01:32

If anyone is interested in giving it a test then give it a try...
I am calling it beta because I don't have other connections to try it on, would assume that Orcon@Home+ Gold (with no Data Addons) should work fine... everything else is unknown - let me know what you find so I can fix it.

http://rapidshare.com/files/210674199/Orcon_Usage_Meter_v1.1beta.exe.html

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