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Omnimo for CAD v2 by fediaFedia Omnimo for CAD v2 by fediaFedia

Slowly getting ready for the Omnimo 3 release...
6 versions in total, but you can easily make your own color by messing with HUE in the images with or something.
Since the media players in rainmeter suck, here's a Omnimo skin for CD Art Display, works flawlessly and shows art from most media players including WMP. It's my first skin, so if you find any bugs, do tell. Based on the default CAD skin.

Also suggestions are welcome!

You need to have CDArtDisplay Installed!
: Copy Omnimo folder to C:\Program Files\CD Art Display\Skins

Onmimo for rainmeter:
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kjc66 Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2012
How I make it work for me is I extract the color folders, rename them to "Omnimo-then the color" and put each color folder in the skins directory separately. So you will have an Omnimo-Blue, Omnimo-Green, Omnimo-Neutral, Omnimo-Orange, Omnimo-Pink and Omnimo-Red folders in the skins directory. This will cause them to show up as 6 different skins when choosing skins by right clicking on the active skin.
kjc66 Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2012
Just came back to this now. OK what I had wrote earlier does not seem to be working now. I just installed the latest version and there was in fact no skin folder in the location I mentioned. I am not sure what is going on but maybe I was using another version at one time. I again tried to install the skin in the skins directory but it would not work. What I do notice though is the omnimo folder does not contain a skin.ini file, only the individual color folders do so maybe that has something to do with it. I will give this some more time to see what I can come up with and perhaps a fix.
kjc66 Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011
For the latest version of CAD do not put the skins in the installation directory. Install them in C:\Users\Your user name\AppData\Roaming\CD Art Display\skins
There is a skin folder there and that is the only place they will work. There is no need to change the names like someone else said.
Ethanius Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2012
There is no skins directory there. Putting it in either directory does not work for me.
vin5co Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2011
How to play music
fediaFedia Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2011  Professional Interface Designer
CD art display only shows info, it is not a media player. You need to use another player with it.
vin5co Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2011
gutthix Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2011
The Omnimo project is epic, but I have a little problem.
The winamp/music addon does not show the song title, artist, anything - just the time.
yes, the mp3 tags are set normally & winamp recognises them.
Any ideas? o_O
Fresh Win7 install, fully up-to-date, latest Omnimo and Rainmeter beta 2.1, latest Winamp without any plugins/skins
nicky911 Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2011
ok i'm sorry if i'm being an ass but, why does omnimo bring me here when i click the "?" button in the music player? :S

(P.S. The Music player doesn't work by the way :()
fediaFedia Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2011  Professional Interface Designer
Because the music doesn't work and it recommends you to use this with CD Art display :)
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