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Is thear a on top of everythaing transparent live wallpaper ?

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September 8, 2018 12:38:46 PM

Hi all

I want a live wallpaper like rain, snow or clouds that is always on top of every thaing.. kinda like widgets. It does need to be transparent.

Any one know of such a thaing ?

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September 8, 2018 3:42:13 PM

[DesktopSnow] (freeware) will allow you to add snowflakes (and other images) to your desktop. The flakes show up over top of other Windows unless a Window has it's own "Always On Top" option set. It has several other images that can be used. Things like Tennis Balls, Stars, Yellow Flowers, Leaves, etc.

September 21, 2018 1:25:03 PM

its prety cool.. I was hoping for sumthing that is on top off all windows. Also DesktopSnow is only is working on 3 of 4 monitors.

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September 23, 2018 8:44:04 AM

Maybe this one will work, maybe not. I only have one monitor so I can only test it that way.
It uses more CPU that DesktopSnow.
It looks better than DesktopSnow in my opinion, but the flakes are tiny.

Like the other program, if you have a program that has it's "Always On Top" setting to yes, then the flakes will be behind that program. I have a feeling that you'll run into that problem with most "snow flake" programs.

Also be suspicious as these are the types of programs that malware/adware/scammers target and try to get people to install so they can install their own hidden software along with it. I've checked these two and feel they are safe.

Maybe someone else can give you a better option if one exists.
September 25, 2018 12:24:05 PM

it terns out that my notpad++ is the only window that is always on top of the snow flakes.
September 25, 2018 1:03:14 PM

Does Notepad++ have it's "Always On Top" checked from the View menu? If so, you can turn that off to have the flakes (or leaves) on top.

September 25, 2018 8:24:07 PM

lol.. it terns out the colersetings wer off so much I culd not see the snow ;P
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