-Fixed 64 bit errors
-Added ability to move "Personal Programs" items up and down in the list
-Improved the settings page slightly
-Added quick access buttons to turn on/off speech recognition and the On Screen Keyboard "OSK"
-Fixed "Shell Mode" in Windows Vista/7. You will no longer get a blank screen when trying to run as your shell. Still use at your own risk. No startup programs load, and tray icons are missing.
-Lots of other small things I can't think of right now.
This version adds "System Tray" or "Notification" icons (those that are usually next to your clock). It also brings back the Battery Meter that has been missing since the Pre-Alpha build. There are numerous other small updates and enhancements, so you'll have to look around!
After any bugs are worked out of this version, it will become the first full release of LCARS x32 (v1!).
This Weekly Build fixes (hopefully) the slow opening of the windows in Vista and Windows 7. It also fixes an issue where the clock would switch between military and standard time or between Month-Day-Year and Day-Month-Year depending upon your setup.
From now on, I will be releasing the source code for LCARS x32 with each new weekly build. It's written in Visual Basic .NET 2005.
It's important that you use 2005 and NOT 2008. 2005 uses version 2 of the .NET framework which is only 23MB to download and supports Windows 98 to present. 2008 uses version 3.5 of the .NET framework and only supports Windows XP to current.
If you make changes/fixes/additions I can't guarantee that I will use them. If the code is good and solid, I will be happy to add it to the official version and add your name as a contributer to whatever documentation/source code I release in the future. I suggest putting a comment anywhere you have added/changed code so we know what was done and by who.
This program allows the user to make LCARS x32 Color Profiles. These schemes can be used with the current weekly build to change the colors of the buttons. The files need to be saved in the weekly builds program directory (the one with LCARSmain.exe in it) in order for them to be visible in the settings screen. Alternately, you can set the current colors as the current color scheme from within the Color Mapper application.