3D Color Changer is a simple yet powerful tool aimed at UI color customization. While it looks almost like the Display/Appearance Control Panel applet it offers a host of additional features:and more...
version: 4.00.2050.0released: 26.12.03
I thought I'll let you all know what's going on - I guess 27 months of silence is enough! First of all, I'd like to thank everyone who has paid the symbolic $10 for the 3DCC (some of you even did it twice!). I have been quite busy with other matters lately and I haven't touched 3DCC4's successor (yes, there is one!) since - umm - mid-2005. Anyway, I finally switched to Windows XP this year (major hardware update) and guess what - I still love the "Classic" Visual Style. Therefore, since there are more people like me, I will resume work on 3DCC5 (probably the last version) and hopefully I'll be able to release it early next year. Details on 3DCC5 features will follow very soon.
Just finished tweaking (sic!) the CSS stylesheet. When I opened the page in Mozilla it looked - well, I don't think the word "different" could even remotely describe it. Anyway, it's fixed now. Well, I guess.
XHTML 1.1 applied
Converted the entire website to XHTML 1.1. Took about six hours, pretty cool. The site is now completely table-less (never imagined I could do it!)
Website back up
After two months of absence I decided to reactivate the jotenet somehow. I wanted to resurrect at least 3D Color Changer pages since it is still quite popular, some of you still register it (thanks for your support by the way!), and - believe it or not - it's still under development. "But what happened to the win3000 jotesite?", you might ask. Let me just straighten it out real quick - it's gone. Due to hosting problems and lack of time I decided to put a stop to it. Sure I have a new host now, but to tell you the truth, I don't feel like a .asp to .php conversion of a website, which I can barely manage to run all by myself (especially considering that this is my very first attempt at .php). Anyway, there were and there are lots of sites that have better content than win3000 jotesite, so what's the point - running the website solely for the sake of its beautiful design seems pointless. I'm not saying "It's over definitely". win3000 jotesite might return someday, but it won't be a dime-a-dozen-news-website, I can tell you that.