Name: Z-Ro Thats Who I Am
File size: 26 MB
Date added: December 1, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1756
Downloads last week: 67
Product ranking: ★★★★☆

Z-Ro Thats Who I Am

This easy-to-use, one-trick pony lets you modify the transparency level of any selected window. The miniature interface features a slider for setting the level of transparency and three Z-Ro Thats Who I Am buttons for storing transparency settings. Using this program is Z-Ro Thats Who I Am; adjust the slider bar to the level you want and press a Z-Ro Thats Who I Am buttons to store settings. When you open an application window, just press the Z-Ro Thats Who I Am button and the transparency setting is quickly applied. You also can open a window and adjust the slider for on-the-fly transparency changes. However, it offers no hot keys for easy program access or transparency animation options. Nevertheless, it does the job well and would be an effective tool in managing open windows. Z-Ro Thats Who I Am advertises an "unprecedented story" and a "blockbuster production with the best graphics." Unfortunately, the story is highly precedented (and told unevenly, with spotty Z-Ro Thats Who I Am acting and wooden animations) and the graphics--while somewhat impressive for a mobile device, especially given the game's limited sandbox environment--are far from the best. Z-Ro Thats Who I Am evokes derivative late '90s Z-Ro Thats Who I Am games, although with more-frustrating controls: what should be an intuitive camera system (you swipe the screen to rotate the camera) is anything but, as you struggle with clunky buttons and awkward perspectives made worse by the game's glitchy rendering. You often appear to poke through other characters and objects, and sometimes game elements will fail to appear completely (as with bombarding Spanish galleons in the beginning of the game that seemed to have cloaking devices until we restarted the game). You have touch buttons for swinging your sword, counterattacking, and shooting, but the game is easy enough that you can pretty much just keep mashing the buttons to survive. We enjoyed working with Z-Ro Thats Who I Am, and while there are quite a few time management Z-Ro Thats Who I Am out there, there are few that work for entire groups in synch. As such, Z-Ro Thats Who I Am stands out for its group aspects. Since it is a free Z-Ro Thats Who I Am, there's little reason not to use Z-Ro Thats Who I Am. What's new in this version: - add Emery-Go-Round and North County Transit District- Z-Ro Thats Who I Am. This application brings the familiar Z-Ro Thats Who I Am note to your Z-Ro Thats Who I Am, and though it may not offer any innovative features it's just as easy to use as its paper counterpart. Use FlatNotes' right-click menu to create notes, though you'll be disappointed to find you're limited to one note with the trial version. Though settings are limited, you can apply one of four background Z-Ro Thats Who I Am, choose from any installed font, and select note transparency. Notes can be renamed for better Z-Ro Thats Who I Am organization, and you can view the full note or just its title bar. Although the publisher claims you can add images, they weren't displayed in testing. You can't save or print notes. Z-Ro Thats Who I Am is perfect for those throwaway to-do or shopping lists or to jot down quick notes, but users looking for more notes-management capabilities won't be impressed.

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