Eds Classic, Eds Stone Soup, Eds Mini, etcSkin Type:
Forecasts, Interfaces and a TooltipAuthor:
Ed PEds Stone Soup
forecast skin.Eds Splendid Mini - Watermark
forecast skin. See other images of the Eds Splendid Mini
current forecast skin here
The Interface skin shown in each of the above is the Eds Classic EyeCandy
.Eds Classic XL
current forecast skin. Eds Splendid Mini - Favorite Photo
forecast skin with Hunz
's Transparent Mini
Interface skin. (You must add your own favorite photo. This one is mine! )Eds Mini
Interface skin.Eds Classic - Wm plus 6 items
All skins are fully compatible with IE 7 and 8. They are also compatible with FireFox and Netscape browsers if
the Forecast Icons are limited to the Classic
option and versions prior to 5.6.16 are used .
Webpages created with the Export template will work with Firefox or Netscape regardless of Weather Watcher 5.6 version. Downloads: http://rapidshare.com/files/151579459/EdsSkins.wws.html
Size is approximately 1.9 MB.
Includes five Forecast skins, ten 5.6 compatible Interface skins, four Tooltip skins, one set of weather icons, two sets of actual
moon images, an enhanced Export template and a CMD file for making Weather Watcher Skin Installation Wizard (.WWS) files, and a .wav file for alerts. (phew!) Update:* Permission is given to use any and all skins, icons, images and templates for personal use. Commercial use and distribution is not permitted.
Dbl click on the downloaded file to invoke the Weather Watcher Skin Installer Wizard. Once installed activate using the Weather Watcher Options>Skins tab. To complete the configuration of the Eds Classic Tooltip
run the Tooltip's TTskin.cmd
file (or TTskin.bat
file if running an older Windows version) after you configure the toolbar to your liking.
All Eds skins exist alongside the default Weather Watcher skins, they do not overlay or interfere with the original skins.Requirements:
Weather Watcher 5.6.10 (or higher)NoteIF
the file you download has a .ZIP
extention instead of .WWS
please rename it back to .WWS
This happens because of an IE security setting for downloading files based on content rather than on extention. While this is certainly a safe thing to do and a good idea it is interfering with our WWS files which are based on the ZIP format. Not sure when this setting got added or enabled but suspect SP2 may have done it.
So, you can do one
of two things if you are running XP SP2 and experiencing this problem.
1) When prompted with IE's Save the file window, change
the Save as type:
from Compressed (zipped) folder
to All files
before clicking on the Save
2) Go to Control Panel>InternetProperties>Security tab>Custom Level button and scroll down to the Open files based on content, not file extention
option and change the selection from Enable
, download the file, then change the Security option back.
Sorry for the inconvenience.