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JackFlash Gadget Factory is a tool that can be used to create gadgets for the Vista Sidebar. The application’s purpose is to help you create your gadgets, both for the Sidebar and for Internet Explorer 7.2. This application requires IE7, IE8 or IE9 to run and IE7 support is not available in this version. Features include: ============== * Include all required files * Ability to put settings/overrides for gadgets in settings.xml * Basic manifesto writing. * Ability to create HTML, JScript and CSS files * Ability to write a manifest file for gadgets * Optional overlay for gadgets * Optional Flyout and menu for gadgets * Optional creation of the form for settings and gadgets. * Optional creation of the settings panel for gadgets. ============== JackFlash Gadget Factory Requirements: ============== * Vista Sidebar Gadget * Internet Explorer 7.0 or later * Internet Explorer 8 Stable Update 1 (and later) * Internet Explorer 9 Beta 5 or later * Internet Explorer 10 Beta 1 or later * Internet Explorer 11 (beta) (it isn’t stable and has many issues) * Ice WinXP SP1 * Ice WinXP SP2 * WinXP SP3 * Vista SP2 (to run the SP1) * XP SP2 or later (to run the SP3) * Silverlight 4 Beta 2 (to run the SP2) ============== You can try it to try it out. Follow the instructions to install and run the application on your machine. If you like it, you can buy it for $14.95 (USD) in the link below, or you can download a free demo version: Microsoft entered the Sidebar market with an anemic 02dac1b922
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* An easy to use product, for creating a side bar gadget. * Quick to use, all you need to do is to fill the Name, AppID, AppName, DeviceID and OS version of your gadget. * User-friendly interface, that could enable you to make a gadget with a click of a mouse. * Minimalist design, makes it very easy to use. * Gives the opportunity to make a real original side bar gadget. * Includes a tutorial, showing you how to use this gadget factory. * Supports Windoze Vista, Vista Basic, Vista Ultimate, XP and Vista Ultimate SP1 and Windows 7. * Supports 64 bit and 32 bit environments. * Online help on your desktop. How to use: 1.) Run the JackFlash Gadget Factory. 2.) You will see a wizard screen, where you will enter your gadget information. 3.) Click ‘Next’, to continue. 4.) Select your gadget type (Side bar gadget), click on ‘Next’. 5.) Fill your ‘Name’, ‘AppID’, ‘AppName’ and ‘DeviceID’ information. 6.) Fill the User defined settings, with the desired options for you gadget. 7.) Fill the setting of what information will be included in the Flyout window. 8.) Choose a device icon, if you want your gadget to appear in the Vista Sidebar. 9.) Click ‘Next’ to continue. 10.) A wizard window will appear, and you will have to fill the ‘Name’, ‘AppID’, ‘AppName’, ‘DeviceID’ and ‘OS version’ of your gadget. 11.) Fill your gadget information. 12.) Click ‘Next’ to continue. 13.) The ‘Gadget Manifest File’ window will appear. 14.) Fill your gadget information, and click ‘Next’. 15.) Fill your gadget application settings. 16.) Fill your AppResources File. 17.) Fill your Manifest document with information about the language and version. 18.) Click ‘Next’ to continue. 19.) Fill the Welcome Window. 20.) Select the information you want to appear on the label, or in the XML. 21.) Click ‘Next’ to continue. 22.) Fill the settings for the gadget XML. 23.) The gadget XML window will appear, fill the ‘Name’ of the gadget. 24.) Click ‘Finish’. 25.) A picture
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