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Description:Displays Mouse Eyes in screen title.
Developer:Matthias Böcker
Short: Displays Mouse Eyes in screen title
Author: #amigazeux, Matthias "UltraGelb" Böcker (ugelb@gmx.net)
Uploader: #amigazeux, Matthias "UltraGelb" Böcker (ugelb@gmx.net)
Version: V1.3
Type: util/wb
Requires: MorphOS 2.0
Website: http://amigazeux.net

MouseEyes is a screenbar plugin for MorphOS.

MouseEyes displays eyes that look at and follow the mouse pointer in the screen title.

Everything is fully configurable.

- MorphOS 2.0 or higher

Double-Click the Install icon and MouseEyes_sbar will be installed to your system.

For manual installation simply copy the contents of the "Copy_To_Sys"
drawer to your SYS: partition.
Enter in a Shell: copy ram:MouseEyes_sbar/Copy_To_Sys/#? to SYS: ALL

Now click with the right mouse button on the screen depth gadget to open
its context menu, go to "Modules" and select "Refresh". PixelPicker should
now appear in the Screen title bar. If it does not appear open the context
menu again, and go to "Modules" again and select MouseEyes from the
modules shown there.

V1.3 (23.01.2021)
- Fixed a use-after-free bug in library code that could cause all kinds of problems. A big Thank You to Thomas Igracki for fixing and proving the multilibrary ecx module!
- Added help bubbles to all prefs gadgets.

V1.2 (26.12.2018)
- Changed default pathes of images used by this screenbar to a more MorphOS convenient style from SYS:Prefs/Presets/ to SYS:Data/Screenbar/
- Prefs icon is displayed again using MUIA_Screenbar_DisplayedImage.
- Added a small install script.

V1.1 (17.10.2009)
- MouseEyes can now remember their positions when they have been dragged.
- Added polish translation and catalog by Grzegorz Kraszewski.
- Included icon to be used in Screenbar Prefs. See Readme.

V1.0 (26.08.2009)
- Initial Release

Q: I don't see MouseEyes on my Ambient/xyz screen!

A: This is probably due to the fact that you are not using a true colour (24 bit and higher)
screen. Unfortunately windows with transparency that are opened on 16 bit (and lower)
screens are not visible in MorphOS Version 2.2 and lower.

Q: MouseEyes are not transparent and have a black background!

A: Unfortunately you need a true colour (24 bit and higher) screen with compositing enabled
to have transparent background with MouseEyes (even on MorphOS 2.3).

Thanks to:
Leif Salomonsson for ECX :-)

Guido Mersmann for SimpleCat

MorphOS-Team for MorphOS :-)

Grzegorz Kraszewski for the polish translation

-- #amigazeux

Upload Date:Jan 23 2021
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