Nice Example of Win7 UI Customization for Touch

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  1. Steve S

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    Thanks for sharing this and agreed a very nice implementation.

    Going to give this a try on the Q550 after a clean install, see if it turns out as welll as the Asus baring the performance differences.
     
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    That does look nice. Looks like a must have.
     
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    I wonder if anyone is actually using it...
     
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    <<...I wonder if anyone is actually using it...>>

    ...Certainly the person who designed it is. As for others, I haven't seen any evidence about that one way or the other.
     
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    I think this was mentioned in another post but I actually use omnimo which is a touch optimized version of rainmeter.

    Omnimo UI for Rainmeter
     
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    wow. nice touch to it. just shows if you're willing to try new things and have the know-how, you can come up with something great.
     
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