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And there it is: the Fluther Questions-widget (with search!)

Asked by klaas4 (2186points) March 12th, 2008

Yay! I did it! I made a Fluther Questions-widget. It grabs the RSS-feed, and makes a list of it. I also included a search function, that, when you press enter, go to a Fluther Search-page.

You can download it here.
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iceblu's avatar

wanna do one for windows or linux? =]

klaas4's avatar

I don’t know. Maybe if there is an app which ports Mac OS widgets to Windows.

Let’s start with Mac OSX first. It’s my main OS now. Sorry! :)

iceblu's avatar

its alright, i just want to be able to use it, good job tho, if it works how you explained it, i might steal my sister macbook and install it

kevbo's avatar

Congrats! I’ll have to give it try!

iceblu's avatar

i don’t know if you can do this, but is there a way you can make it a ”.kon” or ”.widget” file?

klaas4's avatar

The iusethis link doesn’t work. This one does:

@iceblu: Here. Don’t know if it’ll work.

klaas4's avatar

B.T.W. Xcode is great!

iceblu's avatar

@klaas4 thanks, but no go =\ im going to search how to do it, and if i find anything ill share it with everyone, cause i know alot more people how use windows more then mac…i will make this work =]

paulc's avatar

Looks really nice klaas4. If I didn’t have to work like monkey because its the end of the fiscal year I’d have finished my little project by now. Ah well.

bluemukaki's avatar

Huge, but nice, it looks really good. I won’t use it on my PowerBook 12” that’s for sure!

klaas4's avatar

Update: refresh-time to 1 minute (instead of 15) and some minor adjustments to appearance.


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