it gets complicated if you need to look at config files that each gadget/widget provider uses.
vista usese gadget.xml i think google will use another file.
i think it could be converted but i have no time to look in to this.
if anyone can show me i would gladly support other platforms.
pieteckhart wrote:i used the API
you can look inside my .js files how i get them.
if you need help just ask me!
pieteckhart wrote:http://code.google.com/apis/desktop/doc ... index.html
this page shows how a basic google desktop gadget is made.
ill look into it when i got time for it.
It looks a bit the same as for vista sidebar gadgets.
you could try this tutorial and copy the files over from my gadget and see if it works.
(rename the .gadget file to .zip in order to extract my files)
pair of dimes wrote:pieteckhart wrote:still waiting for the new API
It'll still be a while before that's available.
TheBiGW wrote:Just like to say I've been using this for a while and I think it's great. If I have one criticism though it's that the UI is slightly wider than all my other widgets. If it could be made the 'standard' widget/sidebar width this would be perfect
Very nice litte thingy ;-)
Unfortunately it didn't worked for me. My sabnzbd is running on a NAS (Synology DS207+). Its address is "192.168.1.11:8080/sabnzbd". If I insert the IP into the settings page it is converted to "192168111" (without dots) and the gadget always displays "Please Configure".
Any help would be appreciated.