Comcast doesn’t have the same type of High-Speed Internet access across the country.
Granted Adelphia was just acquired by Comcast, and so I’m dealing with a bunch of different people who either call themselves Comcast reps or Adelphia reps depending on if that department has converted yet.
In order to get my web services back online, I had to upgrade to a commercial account.
What about PNG alpha channel on skin elements? For example, transparent elements on the “workunit background” should let the main GUI background seen through.
We need to investigate what is going on their. I’ll let you all know as soon as we find something out.
I would like to modify an existing manager skin like the wcg. I would only like to change some of the background graphics to brand for my BOINC team “Team ACC – Arthur C Clarke” I don’t want to change any of the buttons, tabs, etc. How can I get a complete skin including the graphic files? With that I could replace only the couple of pieces I need.
This actually turns out to be easier than it sounds.
First off the skin manager attempts to load whatever was defined in the skin.xml file, if it can’t find the file it defaults to the BOINC default image for whatever it was looking for. So that means for your skin.xml file all you would need to define is the background image tag like so:
JM7 posted a nugget of information I missed about how DCF is used in this S@H post.
Actually, ROM missed a little. A score less than 1 means that your computer finishes work faster than expected for its benchmarks. A score that is higher indicates that it finishes slower than expected for its benchmarks. It is calculated as a safety for the CPU scheduler (finish on time) and work fetch (not too much), therefore under estimates are corrected very quickly (single step) and over estimates are corrected much more cautiously.