BioniX RainDrop animates your desktop background wallpaper with breath-taking rain effects.
Rain over wallpaper
Leaves trail of droplets behind your mouse pointer
The user can specify which areas of the wallpaper to be hit by the rain and which to be sheltered
2GHz CPU or higher. 1GB RAM
Delivered as single EXE file
PC friendly - No crakware (DLLs, registry, DotNet, Java, Service Packs, etc) required
The RainShelter module allows you to specify which region of your screen/wallpaper to receive rain.
Let's say you want to draw rain only in the lower half of an image called 'CalmLake.jpg'.
To do this, open 'CalmLake' in an image editor (PaintShop Pro, PhotoShop, MS Paint, etc).
Paint with pink (Fuchsia/$FF00FF) the area the you want have rain in it.
When done, save file as PNG (JPG will distort the colors so it will not work).
Exit your image editor. For the file you jsut save, change file extension from '.png' to '.RainShelter'. Make sure that the both files (the original .JPG image and the new .RainShelter file) are in the same folder.
Don't worry if the program will not list the RainShelter file. This is as intended.
Now double click the 'CalmLake.jpg' to start the animation. The program will only let droplets fall in the area specified by you (with pink color).