Get quick info with Dashboard

Get quick info with Dashboard

Dashboard is a collection of small programs, called “widgets,” that let you quickly do a wide variety of tasks such as checking stock prices, finding local or global weather information, looking up words in the dictionary, and more. Dashboard comes with many widgets already installed. If you’re connected to the Internet, you can download additional(…)

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MacOS Sierra Dashboard

MacOS Sierra Dashboard

Get quick info with Dashboard Dashboard is a collection of small programs, called “widgets,” that let you quickly do a wide variety of tasks such as checking stock prices, finding weather information, and more. Note: You can also use widgets in Today view in Notification Center. For more information, see Use Notification Center. Turn on Dashboard Choose(…)

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MacOS Dashboard Links

MacOS Dashboard Links

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OS X Dashboard In Ubuntu

Kuldgets is a small application that lets you run OS X Dashboard Widgets in Linux. Install Kludgets Grab the source: http://kludgets.googlecode.com/files/kludgets-0.9.1.linux.tar.gz Save it to your desktop and extract. (Right Click > Extract) Enter the extracted folder and double click on the ‘Kludgets’ runtime. You’ll now notice a little rocket in your notification tray. It’s from here(…)

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DesktopWidget

DesktopWidget

Almost all Mac users know what a Dashboard widget is. It’s a simple and small HTML/WebKit based application bundled with some optional code plugins. That’s all in theory… DesktopWidget is a light and powerful Dashboard extension specially designed for either active widget users and developers. You can organize your widget collection and simulate almost every(…)

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Xcode Template

Xcode Template

Want to start developing Dashboard widgets now? Get started quickly and easily with the Dashboard Widget Xcode Template. To install the template, create a new folder called “Dashboard” in the /Library/Application Support/Apple/Developer Tools/Project Templates/ folder and drop the “Dashboard Widget” template there.The template includes all the basic components for new widgets (except a Default.png file)(…)

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Run Dashboard Widgets on Windows 7

Run Dashboard Widgets on Windows 7

What you need to Run Apple Mac Dashboard Widgets on Desktop of Windows 7? Just a small piece of freeware named Kludget. See the screenshot: We are actually running the official Apple iMac Widget and Google Search Dashboard Widget with all the eye candies on Windows 7. But, Before that, download Kludgets to Run Apple Mac(…)

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Dashboard Tricks

Dashboard Tricks

Dashboard can be configured via preferences just like any application that runs on Mac OS X.  Dashboard Preferences are set under the Expose and Spaces area in Mac OS X Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion, Mavericks, Yosemite or El Capitain and Dashboard and Expose area in Mac OS X Tiger.  These are located under(…)

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Widgets On The Desktop

Dashboard is one of the cool features of Mac OS X (starting from Tiger). With a push of a single keyboard button, Mac users have access to many mini useful applications called widgets. Users can add or remove widgets to fit their personal preferences. There are already thousands widgets available today on Apple’s Dashboard download page, and who(…)

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Dashboard 2014/2015

Dashboard 2014/2015

Widgets used to be one of the hottest things in tech, and everyone had them, not just Macs. Google had Google Desktop on PCs, Yahoo bought out Konfabulator, one of the original widget engines, and Microsoft had the Sidebar Widgets in Windows Vista. Even KDE, one of the more popular Linux desktop environments, had their(…)

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