Dashboard Widgets

Submitted byoteon Wed, 07/13/2005 - 22:17

ยิ่งดูยิ่งเศร้า แต่ดีมากเลยครับเป็นข้อมูล

Submitted byJackon Thu, 07/14/2005 - 21:33

Cool look! I like how the widget looks just like a sign at a petrol station.

Jack
Chiang Mai

Submitted bypegon Sun, 07/17/2005 - 02:57

ไม่เห็นปุ่มกด i เอียงๆ อ่าครับ จะได้หรูๆ
widget มีประโยชน์ ชอบมากครับ

Submitted bymkon Tue, 07/19/2005 - 09:05

ไม่รู้จะใส่ option อะไรน่ะครับ เลยไม่ทำดีกว่า

Submitted byYaion Wed, 07/27/2005 - 16:39

You should ge reference price from PTT instead of Manager online which seem to be inaccurate. www.pttple.com/th/default.asp

Submitted bytoyookaon Tue, 09/13/2005 - 20:53

Because I would like also to live in Thailand some time, I think that it is interesting Widget. I have one question. Is Macintosh popular in Thailand? Can you easily obtain it?

Submitted bymkon Fri, 09/16/2005 - 11:50

I think everyone love to have at least one pretty cool white stuff from Apple. iPod also recieve a big hit as the rest of the world but it's only gadget. Buying whole new computing platform as Macintosh is more difficult. Thai people still stuck with Windows experience. I know that compatability between these two is available but you must be techy enough to do that.



At current in Thailand, the main Mac users are Publishing-related and graphic design. New emerging group is power user who want better Unix laptop than PC-linux combination (count me one). Mac shops are available at major IT Stores in Bangkok and big city.



You may want to see some Thai mac community: try macdd.com or freemac.net

Submitted bytoyookaon Thu, 10/13/2005 - 12:41

thanx mk. just now i consider whether i use Linux with my lovely macintosh or not. also i appreciate you for your kindness to be able to access HPs related to Macintosh in Thailand.

really i'd like to know the cheapest value of notebook (powerbook or ibook etc) in Thailand. In my country many companies sell a new macintosh machine with relatively cheap (not poor) value; that's about 98000Yen.

now rate between Thai and Japan is as follows;

1B=3yen

also i'm looking for Macintosh HPs in Thailand in English.
if you know HPs with my hope such a like, please tell me in this HP or by Email.

cya

Submitted bymkon Thu, 10/13/2005 - 22:20

I don't know any english mac site. Anyway, current price list can be found at http://www.macdd.com/h_price.html (I think you can guest from pictures). There is one active english mac columnist in Bangkok Post Database section (it seems to be Wednesday issue)

Submitted byPOAKPONGon Mon, 11/28/2005 - 08:07

มีคนบอกว่า ThaiOilPrice ไม่ทำงาน ช่วยเช็คด้วยคับผม ;)

Submitted bysawangon Mon, 02/20/2006 - 19:27

i think widgets is kool but sometime it just suck to have it. i never use it. i like OSX better then Tiger.

Submitted byComeon Thu, 06/01/2006 - 20:25

ไม่ลองทำสำหรับคนใช้วินโดวส์บ้างเหรอครับ

Submitted byiTouchon Sat, 06/03/2006 - 12:46

ทำไม load มาแล้วมันไม่เห็นแสดงอะไรเลยครับ จะ update อย่างไรครับ มันนิ่งๆเลย

Submitted byartid Nuntapoolsapon Sun, 08/20/2006 - 00:19

กดมาใช้แล้วไม่ทำงานนะครับ
รอนานแล้วนะครับ
ram 2G
Net 1M แล้วนะ ช่วยตอบกลับด่วน

Submitted bymkon Mon, 08/21/2006 - 07:35

ผมหยุดการพัฒนา และก็เลิก support แล้วครับ ทุกวันนี้ก็ปิด dashboard ทิ้งไปแล้ว

This is my Dashboard widgets page. All widgets are created for my personal use but I think they may be useful for someone else.


Thai Oil Price Widget

Oil price rises very often. Stay tune with the price update via Dashboard!

This widget uses oil price from Manager Online PDA version.

Price unit is Thai Baht (THB).




version: 1.0 Beta

license: freeware (Final release will be GPL)

file: click to download

installation guide: unzip the archive and double click in Finder

Todo:

  • Event handler for network problem case (cannot get HTML)
  • Autoupdate need test

Apple Site : Dashboard : International : Thai Oil Price