The Milkdrop Desktop

The Milkdrop Desktop

Windows: Flickr user LostWatson‘s desktop is surreal and beautiful, and well-organised, too. A simple launcher on the side offers access to his applications, and the rest is neat and clear. Here’s what he used to set it all up.

Here’s what he used:

The taskbar is set to auto-hide, and LostWatson says this about the rest of the config:

I edited the script to include everything on one page, commented out the unnecessary junk and added the graphics for the categories. RSS feed and a system monitor would be nice but I haven’t exactly figured out how the author was utilising the hide feature in the original script.

If you have questions about how to set everything up or make it work, hit the Flickr link below to visit LostWatson’s page and ask how he made it all happen. Make sure to let him know we sent you and we loved his work when you go!

Omnimo 5.0 Edit [Flickr]

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