UPDATE 11.16.13: I regret to inform all you fine, fine, folk - I am no longer able to provide feedback for those of you having trouble setting up this Geeklet. To clarify, it's not that I don't want to provide assistance or anything like that, its just, honestly, I don't have the time these days. As I'm a full time student with a full time job, which unfortunately leaves me with no free time.
In addition, I don't even know if this geeklet works with the newest version of the OS X 'Mavericks' - as I have yet to test it. However, I have previously used it on OS X 'Mountain Lion' and 'Snow Leopard' OS X therefore I know 100% that this geeklet works if you have either of those OS X's. If something happens and for some reason it doesn't, then its you that made an error along the way, not the script or instructions. In that case, troubleshoot by just watching my youtube tutorial below and try deleting *everything* (empty trash SECURELY) and start over again from the beginning.
My apologies again, folks. Thank you for all of your great compliments. Pip, pip, cheerio!
*UPDATE* 01.01.2013: Here is a fully functional update and was tested on an OS X 10.8.2 (ML).
New instructions and an updated script file will be located in the updated download file -- if you are having trouble with the geeklet, make sure you first trash the old circle_volumeindicator folder, then SECURELY empty the trash and download this updated version.
Thank you so much for everyones patience and so sorry for taking so long.
**I can not guarantee this geeklet works for other versions of OS X**
go here for a 'How To Video' by yours truly, www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ROdui…
this is an update to the circle volume indicator found here fav.me/d492zpe
after recieving many requests for a multicolored version as well as the PSD file, so here you go
if you are familiar with photoshop you should easily be able to figure out the method of my madness, but those who do not just send me a note.
for those of you that have already downloaded my original release you can simply use this zip as an add-on, simply add the folder "Images_Multi"
to the original folder you downloaded from the first release.
oh and place the PSD where ever you prefer.
those of you that are downloading this for the first time, everything you need is in zip download. if you follow the instructions precisely you will have no problems.
again, if you have trouble or need help with something, just send me a note and i will do what i can.
thanks!if you are having trouble getting it to run correctly try downloading this alternate script cl.ly/41222t3H3c272V0M0R2h , graciously provided by ~Sam-Pa.