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The short answer is, Yes the full list is gone. With the upcoming release of Windows 8 it seems Microsoft are shifting their focus on writing Apps (or gadgets) for Windows 8 rather than Windows 7. I did find this article which lists a few more gadgets for Windows 7 that are still about elsewhere on the internet. Incidently, a quick look at that Microsoft ...
I found the online copy of Microsoft's Sidebar Gadget Gallery. It is the best option for those searching for good old sidebar gadgets. gallery-live.com The Windows Live Gallery has been retired - Here it is back again including all gadgets!
I went through most all Win 7 gadgets on Microsoft's site a while back, my conclusion was that they weren't worth worrying about. They all tended to be clunky and poorly designed in my opinion. For any of the features I was looking to gadgets for I was able to find far better software app replacements. For the basic gadget/widget like elemnets suchs as ...
Your URL and format for adding an external gadget to your iGoogle page will be something like this: http://fusion.google.com/add?moduleurl=http%3A//www.domain.com/path/gadget.xml I think as long as your user is logged into the correct google account/site all should go well. Edit: The user following the link to add such a gadget must be logged in to google ...
Unfortunately users are not able to remove the bar from the bottom of presentations: Source Article from Google FAQ You can customise a Gadget to alter the height so you can hide the tool bar - full instructions on how to do this can be found here.
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