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Millennium Gadgets for Windows (Vista, Windows 7)

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A collection of Millennium themed Gadgets for Windows Vista and Windows 7.

You are welcome to upload your own Millennium related gadgets to share. Before they are approved for download, our staff will ensure they are certified virus free.

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  1. Halloween Pumpkin Animated Countdown v1.1

    Halloween Pumpkin Animated Countdown - Vista and Windows 7 Gadget
    by Graham P. Smith (The Old Man) and Mark Hayden


    Description:
    Halloween Pumpkin Animated Countdown is a gadget which you can install on Windows Vista's Sidebar or Windows 7, or simply drag and drop it from your sidebar to your desktop. The gadget features an image of Frank's pumpkin from the eerie and highly atmospheric Millennium episode 'The Curse of Frank Black', which displays your name and the number of days remaining. The gadget is personalised and instead displays the name of the current Windows user (see point 3 below for more information).

    Thank you to Mark Hayden for animating the pumpkin for this version. A static (non-animated) version is also available if you prefer.

    Features


    An animated version of Frank's pumpkin from the eerie and highly atmospheric Millennium episode 'The Curse of Frank Black'!Personalised - Automatically welcomes the current logged in user!Countdown - Displays the current number of days until December 21st, 2012 (the forthcoming Apocalypse?).Customisable countdown date if you are a confident PC user (see below).Site Link - Clicking the pumpkin takes you to our main website at http://millennium-thisiswhoweare.netDrag and drop from your Vista Sidebar to your desktop with transparent backgroundCompatible with Windows 7, right click on it for more options such as Always on Top etc.
    Change Log

    v1.1 - Initial release.
    Requirements
    Any version of Windows Vista or Windows 7!


    Installation Instructions
    Download and open the file. On Vista, the file will normally open and display in Windows Sidebar and from there you can move it around or place it on your desktop. On Windows 7, the gadget will open up on your desktop (7 has no Sidebar), and you position it where you like or right click on it for more options like 'Always on Top'.

    User Instructions
    Once installed, click anywhere except the image on the gadget to re-position it on your sidebar or onto your desktop. Clicking on the image will conveniently take you to our website.


    Advanced functionality - How to change the date of the countdown in Vista (untested as of yet on Windows 7 but same principle).

    READ THIS CAREFULLY!

    Don't change the coding! Advanced users are allowed to change the time/date/timezone 'dday variable' only.

    The default counts down to the mythical apocalypse. To change the countdown to your preferred event:

    1. By default, gadgets are located in %userprofile%\appdata\local\microsoft\windows sidebar\gadgets

    (To open this quickly paste %userprofile%\appdata\local\microsoft\windows sidebar\gadgets into the search box on Vista's Start Menu and it will take you straight to the gadgets folder on your hard drive.)

    2. Open up millennium_pumpkin.html - Right click on it and open it with Notepad or a HTML editor

    3. Change var dday = new Date("22 December 2012 00:00:00 GMT") ; to your preference but keep the format!

    eg. var dday = new Date("31 December 2025 00:00:00 EST") ;
    Don't remove anything else like the semi-colon or quote marks and don't change the format or it won't work!

    4. Save the file. Close the gadget if its already running in your Sidebar, and then re-add the gadget from the Sidebar Gallery.


    Known issues


    [*]Sometimes a small dotted border is shown around the image link on the gadget, when the sidebar or desktop first loads. Simply move the mouse cursor across the image and it disappears.[*]If you are using this on Windows XP with Alky Sidebar (see above), be sure to use Internet Explorer 7 or later to correctly display transparent png images, which this gadget uses.[*] The Gadget uses a Windows system value to determine the user's name that comes from the name of the current logged in User's folder, that contains their application settings, My Pictures, My Documents etc. Unfortunately, some computers have Windows pre-installed with a generic user name like User or Owner, instead of it asking for your own personal name when you use the computer for the first time. There isn't much you can do about that for now until the next major release version of the gadgets which will allow for full name customisation in a settings panel.


    MILLENNIUM and all related characters are © Copyright Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc and its related entities. All Rights Reserved.

    209 downloads

       0 reviews

    0 comments

    Updated

  2. Halloween Frank Black Countdown v1.1

    Halloween Frank Black Countdown - Vista and Windows 7 Gadget
    by Graham P. Smith (The Old Man)


    Description:
    Halloween Frank Black Countdown is gadget which you can install on Windows Vista's Sidebar or Windows 7, or simply drag and drop it from your sidebar to your desktop. The gadget features an image of the fictional Millennium Group's criminal profiler Frank Black (played of course, by Lance Henriksen) from the eerie and highly atmospheric Millennium episode 'The Curse of Frank Black', which displays your name and the number of days remaining. The gadget is personalised and instead displays the name of the current Windows user (see point 3 below for more information).


    Features


    Millennium Group profiler Frank Black from the eerie and highly atmospheric Millennium episode 'The Curse of Frank Black'!Personalised - Automatically welcomes the current logged in user!Countdown - Displays the current number of days until December 21st, 2012 (the forthcoming Apocalypse?).Customisable countdown date if you are a confident PC user (see below).Site Link - Clicking on Frank takes you to our main website at http://millennium-thisiswhoweare.netDrag and drop from your Vista Sidebar to your desktop with transparent backgroundCompatible with Windows 7, right click on it for more options such as Always on Top etc.
    Change Log

    v1.1 - Initial release.
    Requirements
    Any version of Windows Vista or Windows 7!


    Installation Instructions
    Download and open the file. On Vista, the file will normally open and display in Windows Sidebar and from there you can move it around or place it on your desktop. On Windows 7, the gadget will open up on your desktop (7 has no Sidebar), and you position it where you like or right click on it for more options like 'Always on Top'.

    User Instructions
    Once installed, click anywhere except the image on the gadget to re-position it on your sidebar or onto your desktop. Clicking on the image will conveniently take you to our website.


    Advanced functionality - How to change the date of the countdown in Vista (untested as of yet on Windows 7 but same principle).

    READ THIS CAREFULLY!

    Don't change the coding! Advanced users are allowed to change the time/date/timezone 'dday variable' only.

    The default counts down to the mythical apocalypse. To change the countdown to your prefered event:

    1. By default, gadgets are located in %userprofile%\appdata\local\microsoft\windows sidebar\gadgets

    (To open this quickly paste %userprofile%\appdata\local\microsoft\windows sidebar\gadgets into the search box on Vista's Start Menu and it will take you straight to the gadgets folder on your hard drive.)

    2. Open up halloween_frank_black.html - Right click on it and open it with Notepad or a HTML editor

    3. Change var dday = new Date("22 December 2012 00:00:00 GMT") ; to your preference but keep the format!

    eg. var dday = new Date("31 December 2025 00:00:00 EST") ;
    Don't remove anything else like the semi-colon or quote marks and don't change the format or it won't work!

    4. Save the file. Close the gadget if its already running in your Sidebar, and then re-add the gadget from the Sidebar Gallery.


    Known issues


    [*]Sometimes a small dotted border is shown around the image link on the gadget, when the sidebar first loads. Simply move the mouse cursor across the image and it disappears.[*]If you are using this on Windows XP with Alky Sidebar (see above), be sure to use Internet Explorer 7 or later to correctly display transparent png images which this gadget uses.[*] The Gadget uses a Windows system value to determine the user's name that comes from the name of the User's folder, that contains their application settings, My Pictures Documents etc. Unfortunately, some computers have Windows pre-installed with a generic user name like User or Owner, instead of it asking for your own personal name when you use the computer for the first time. There isn't much you can do about that for now until the next release of the gadgets which allows full name customisation.


    MILLENNIUM and all related characters are © Copyright Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc and its related entities. All Rights Reserved.

    120 downloads

       0 reviews

    0 comments

    Updated

  3. Halloween Pumpkin Countdown v1.1

    Halloween Pumpkin Countdown - Vista and Windows 7 Gadget
    by Graham P. Smith (The Old Man)


    Description:
    Halloween Pumpkin Countdown is gadget which you can install on Windows Vista's Sidebar or Windows 7, or simply drag and drop it from your sidebar to your desktop. The gadget features an image of Frank's pumpkin from the eerie and highly atmospheric Millennium episode 'The Curse of Frank Black', which displays your name and the number of days remaining. The gadget is personalised and instead displays the name of the current Windows user (see point 3 below for more information).

    An animated version is also available with flickering candle.

    Features


    Frank's pumpkin from the eerie and highly atmospheric Millennium episode 'The Curse of Frank Black'!Personalised - Automatically welcomes the current logged in user!Countdown - Displays the current number of days until December 21st, 2012 (the forthcoming Apocalypse?).Customisable countdown date if you are a confident PC user (see below).Site Link - Clicking the pumpkin takes you to our main website at http://millennium-thisiswhoweare.netDrag and drop from your Vista Sidebar to your desktop with transparent backgroundCompatible with Windows 7, right click on it for more options such as Always on Top etc.
    Change Log

    v1.1 - Initial release.
    Requirements
    Any version of Windows Vista or Windows 7!


    Installation Instructions
    Download and open the file. On Vista, the file will normally open and display in Windows Sidebar and from there you can move it around or place it on your desktop. On Windows 7, the gadget will open up on your desktop (7 has no Sidebar), and you position it where you like or right click on it for more options like 'Always on Top'.

    User Instructions
    Once installed, click anywhere except the image on the gadget to re-position it on your sidebar or onto your desktop. Clicking on the image will conveniently take you to our website.


    Advanced functionality - How to change the date of the countdown in Vista (untested as of yet on Windows 7 but same principle).

    READ THIS CAREFULLY!

    Don't change the coding! Advanced users are allowed to change the time/date/timezone 'dday variable' only.

    The default counts down to the mythical apocalypse. To change the countdown to your preferred event:

    1. By default, gadgets are located in %userprofile%\appdata\local\microsoft\windows sidebar\gadgets

    (To open this quickly paste %userprofile%\appdata\local\microsoft\windows sidebar\gadgets into the search box on Vista's Start Menu and it will take you straight to the gadgets folder on your hard drive.)

    2. Open up millennium_pumpkin.html - Right click on it and open it with Notepad or a HTML editor

    3. Change var dday = new Date("22 December 2012 00:00:00 GMT") ; to your preference but keep the format!

    eg. var dday = new Date("31 December 2025 00:00:00 EST") ;
    Don't remove anything else like the semi-colon or quote marks and don't change the format or it won't work!

    4. Save the file. Close the gadget if its already running in your Sidebar, and then re-add the gadget from the Sidebar Gallery.


    Known issues


    [*]Sometimes a small dotted border is shown around the image link on the gadget, when the sidebar or desktop first loads. Simply move the mouse cursor across the image and it disappears.[*]If you are using this on Windows XP with Alky Sidebar (see above), be sure to use Internet Explorer 7 or later to correctly display transparent png images, which this gadget uses.[*] The Gadget uses a Windows system value to determine the user's name that comes from the name of the current logged in User's folder, that contains their application settings, My Pictures, My Documents etc. Unfortunately, some computers have Windows pre-installed with a generic user name like User or Owner, instead of it asking for your own personal name when you use the computer for the first time. There isn't much you can do about that for now until the next major release version of the gadgets which will allow for full name customisation in a settings panel.


    MILLENNIUM and all related characters are © Copyright Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc and its related entities. All Rights Reserved.

    96 downloads

       0 reviews

    0 comments

    Updated

  4. MLM Lucy Butler Countdown v1.1

    MLM Lucy Butler Countdown - Vista and Windows 7 Gadget
    by Graham P. Smith (The Old Man)


    Description:
    MLM Lucy Butler Countdown is gadget which you can install on Windows Vista's Sidebar or Windows 7, or simply drag and drop it from your sidebar to your desktop. The gadget features an image of the Lucy Butler (portrayed by actress Sarah-Jane Redmond). Lucy is 'the Devils Liege' and nemesis of Millennium Group criminal profiler Frank Black (played of course by Lance Henriksen), and she displays your name and the number of days remaining. The gadget is more personalised and instead displays the name of the current Windows user (see point 3 below for more information).

    Features


    Millennium's demonic Lucy ButlerPersonalised - Automatically welcomes the current logged in user!Countdown - Displays the current number of days until December 21st, 2012 (the forthcoming Apocalypse?).Customisable countdown date if you are a confident PC user (see below).Site Link - Clicking on Lucy takes you to our main website at http://millennium-thisiswhoweare.netDrag and drop from your Vista Sidebar to your desktop with transparent backgroundCompatible with Windows 7, right click on it for more options such as Always on Top etc.
    Change Log

    v1.1 - Initial release.
    Requirements
    Any version of Windows Vista or Windows 7!


    Installation Instructions
    Download and open the file. On Vista, the file will normally open and display in Windows Sidebar and from there you can move it around or place it on your desktop. On Windows 7, the gadget will open up on your desktop (7 has no Sidebar), and you position it where you like or right click on it for more options like 'Always on Top'.

    User Instructions
    Once installed, click anywhere except the image on the gadget to re-position it on your sidebar or onto your desktop. Clicking on the image will conveniently take you to our website.


    Advanced functionality - How to change the date of the countdown in Vista (untested as of yet on Windows 7 but same principle).

    READ THIS CAREFULLY!

    Don't change the coding! Advanced users are allowed to change the time/date/timezone 'dday variable' only.

    The default counts down to the mythical apocalypse. To change the countdown to your preferred event:

    1. By default, gadgets are located in %userprofile%\appdata\local\microsoft\windows sidebar\gadgets

    (To open this quickly paste %userprofile%\appdata\local\microsoft\windows sidebar\gadgets into the search box on Vista's Start Menu and it will take you straight to the gadgets folder on your hard drive.)

    2. Open up millennium_lucy_butler.html - Right click on it and open it with Notepad or a HTML editor

    3. Change var dday = new Date("22 December 2012 00:00:00 GMT") ; to your preference but keep the format!

    eg. var dday = new Date("31 December 2025 00:00:00 EST") ;
    Don't remove anything else like the semi-colon or quote marks and don't change the format or it won't work!

    4. Save the file. Close the gadget if its already running in your Sidebar, and then re-add the gadget from the Sidebar Gallery.


    Known issues


    [*]Sometimes a small dotted border is shown around the image link on the gadget, when the sidebar or desktop first loads. Simply move the mouse cursor across the image and it disappears.[*]If you are using this on Windows XP with Alky Sidebar (see above), be sure to use Internet Explorer 7 or later to correctly display transparent png images, which this gadget uses.[*] The Gadget uses a Windows system value to determine the user's name that comes from the name of the current logged in User's folder, that contains their application settings, My Pictures, My Documents etc. Unfortunately, some computers have Windows pre-installed with a generic user name like User or Owner, instead of it asking for your own personal name when you use the computer for the first time. There isn't much you can do about that for now until the next major release version of the gadgets which will allow for full name customisation in a settings panel.


    MILLENNIUM and all related characters are © Copyright Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc and its related entities. All Rights Reserved.

    128 downloads

       0 reviews

    0 comments

    Updated

  5. MLM Frank Black Countdown v1.1

    MLM Frank Black Countdown - Sidebar Gadget
    by Graham P. Smith (The Old Man)


    Description:
    MLM Frank Black Countdown is gadget which you can install on Windows Vista's Sidebar or Windows 7, or simply drag and drop it from your sidebar to your desktop. The gadget features an image of the fictional Millennium Group's criminal profiler Frank Black (played of course by Lance Henriksen) and displays your name and the number of days remaining. Rather than simply display the message "Welcome Frank", the gadget is more personalised and instead displays the name of the current Windows user.

    Features


    Millennium Group profiler Frank BlackPersonalised - Automatically welcomes the current logged in user!Countdown - Displays the current number of days until December 21st, 2012 (the forthcoming Apocalypse?).Easily customisable countdown date (see below).Site Link - Clicking the Ouroborus takes you to our main website at millennium-thisiswhoweare.netDrag and drop from your sidebar to your desktop with transparent background.
    Change Log

    v1.1 - Re-compressed as Vista wouldn't always install the gadget as original version was compressed with Winrar before renaming to .gadgetv1.0 - Initial release.
    Requirements
    Any version of Windows Vista or Windows 7!

    However, this and all other Vista gadget can currently be run on Windows XP!. Read this forum topic or go straight to the Hobby Lounge to obtain Alky Sidebar.

    Installation Instructions
    Download and open the file. The file will normally open in Windows Sidebar. From there you can add it to your Widows Vista Sidebar or Windows 7 desktop.

    User Instructions
    Once installed, click anywhere except the image on the gadget to re-position it on your sidebar or onto your desktop. Clicking on the image will take you to our website.


    Advanced functionality - How to change the date of the countdown in Vista (untested as of yet on Windows 7 but same principle).

    READ THIS CAREFULLY!

    Don't change the coding! Advanced users are allowed to change the time/date/timezone 'dday variable' only.

    The default counts down to the mythical apocalypse. To change the countdown to your prefered event:

    1. By default, gadgets are located in %userprofile%\appdata\local\microsoft\windows sidebar\gadgets

    (To open this quickly paste %userprofile%\appdata\local\microsoft\windows sidebar\gadgets into the search box on Vista's Start Menu and it will take you straight to the gadgets folder on your hard drive.)

    2. Open up millennium_frank_black.html - Right click on it and open it with Notepad or a HTML editor

    3. Change var dday = new Date("22 December 2012 00:00:00 GMT") ; to your preference but keep the format!

    eg. var dday = new Date("31 December 2025 00:00:00 EST") ;
    Don't remove anything else like the semi-colon or quote marks and don't change the format or it won't work!

    4. Save the file. Close the gadget if its already running in your Sidebar, and then re-add the gadget from the Sidebar Gallery.


    Known issues


    [*]Sometimes a small dotted border is shown around the image link on the gadget, when the sidebar first loads. Simply move the mouse cursor across the image and it disappears.[*]If you are using this on Windows XP with Alky Sidebar (see above), be sure to use Internet Explorer 7 or later to correctly display transparent png images which this gadget uses.[*] The Gadget uses a Windows system value to determine the user's name that comes from the name of the User's folder, that contains their application settings, My Pictures Documents etc. Unfortunately, some computers have Windows pre-installed with a generic user name like User or Owner, instead of it asking for your own personal name when you use the computer for the first time. There isn't much you can do about that for now until the next release of the gadgets which allows full name customisation.


    MILLENNIUM and all related characters are © Copyright Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc and its related entities. All Rights Reserved.

    186 downloads

       0 reviews

    1 comment

    Updated

  6. MLM Ouroborus Countdown v1.1

    MLM Ouroborus Countdown - Vista Sidebar Gadget
    by Graham P. Smith (The Old Man)


    Description:
    MLM Ouroborus Countdown is gadget which you can install on Windows Vista's Sidebar, or simply drag and drop it from your sidebar to your desktop. The gadget resembles the familiar Millennium Group welcome log-in screen as seen and used by Millennium Group members, featuring a golden Ouroborus and displays your name and the number of days remaining. Rather than simply display the message, "Welcome Frank", the gadget is more personalised and instead displays the name of the current user.

    Features


    Millennium Group OuroborusPersonalised - Automatically welcomes the current logged in user!Countdown - Displays the current number of days until December 21st, 2012 (the forthcoming Apocalypse?).Easily customisable countdown date (see below).Site Link - Clicking the Ouroborus takes you to our main website at millennium-thisiswhoweare.netDrag and drop from your sidebar to your desktop
    Requirements
    Any version of Windows Vista.

    Change Log

    v1.1 - Re-compressed as Vista wouldn't always install the gadget as original version was compressed with Winrar before renaming to .gadgetv1.0 - Initial release.

    Installation Instructions
    Download and open the file. The file will normally open in Windows Sidebar. From there you can add it to your Widows Vista Sidebar.

    User Instructions
    Once installed, click anywhere except the image on the gadget to re-position it on your sidebar or onto your desktop. Clicking on the image will take you to our website.


    Advanced functionality - How to change the date of the countdown in Vista (untested as of yet on Windows 7 but same principle).

    READ THIS CAREFULLY!

    Don't change the coding! Advanced users are allowed to change the time/date/timezone 'dday variable' only.

    The default counts down to the mythical apocalypse. To change the countdown to your prefered event:

    1. By default, gadgets are located in %userprofile%\appdata\local\microsoft\windows sidebar\gadgets

    (To open this quickly paste %userprofile%\appdata\local\microsoft\windows sidebar\gadgets into the search box on Vista's Start Menu and it will take you straight to the gadgets folder on your hard drive.)

    2. Open up millennium.html - Right click on it and open it with Notepad or a HTML editor

    3. Change var dday = new Date("22 December 2012 00:00:00 GMT") ; to your preference but keep the format!

    eg. var dday = new Date("31 December 2025 00:00:00 EST") ;
    Don't remove anything else like the semi-colon or quote marks and don't change the format or it won't work!

    4. Save the file. Close the gadget if its already running in your Sidebar, and then re-add the gadget from the Sidebar Gallery.


    Known issues


    [*]Sometimes a small dotted border is shown around the link image on the gadget, when the sidebar first loads. Move the mouse cursor across the image and it disappears.[*]The Gadget uses a Windows system value to determine the user's name that comes from the name of the User's folder, that contains their application settings, My Pictures Documents etc. Unfortunately, some computers have Windows pre-installed with a generic user name like User or Owner, instead of it asking for your own personal name when you use the computer for the first time. There isn't much you can do about that for now until the next release of the gadgets which allows full name customisation.

    Thank you ethsnafu for testing!

    1,374 downloads

       0 reviews

    2 comments

    Updated

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