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Semua Rainmeter 1.2 by groove69 Semua Rainmeter 1.2 by groove69
Hi everyone, :D
This is my first deviation, also my first and maybe last for configuring Rainmeter.
I made this for myself initially but soon thought it'd be cool to share it.

Skin Criteria :
:bulletgreen: It should be placed on the top right of my dualscreen desktop
:bulletgreen: Clear and simple minimalist look
:bulletgreen: Biggish, cause my eyesight is getting bad
:bulletgreen: Good for dark or light wallpapers
:bulletgreen: Showed me all the info I wanted, all from one config file

Skin features:
:bulletred: Time with seconds bar
:bulletred: Date Day Month
:bulletred: CPU utilization for 2 cores
:bulletred: RAM percentage used and available in Mb
:bulletred: Net in and out
:bulletred: HDD space for C: and D:
:bulletred: Weather temp and description with icon

Hope it will be useful to some of you. :XD:

:bulletblue: CaHilART in which his Minimal Seven Desk config file I started editing from.
:bulletblue: The excellent STICKER weather icons by kortoik
:bulletblue: Maminscris

Some instructions:
:bulletblack: Firstly you need Rainmeter
:bulletblack: Extract Semua folder to C:\Users\Username\Documents\Rainmeter\Skins
:bulletblack: Refresh rainmeter and you should see it in configs
:bulletblack: Variables for weather are to be edited in the .ini. Instructions are in it.

Thank you to all that faved, dwnloaded, viewed n commented :D
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ThanhCOC56 Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2011
i like it
mikeynavy1 Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2011
Any way to get it for 4 cores?
groove69 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2011
Hi Mike, I made this a long time ago and I'm kinda outa touch but yes you can make it 4 cores by replicating the CPU measures and meters (and renaming) but then you will also have to rearrange the percentage meters to the way you like. I suggest you head over to the Rainmeter site and forum to have a read. :D
Edsaavas Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2011
Nice and simple...
Good job!
groove69 Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2011
Hey, thanks Eduardo. :D
cadman-44 Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2011
Great skin! can i get Farenheit to work? Deleted "&unit+m" but it didn't work. what should the url look like? Thanks!
groove69 Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2011
Hi Steve,the instructions in the .ini are wrong...sorry, to get farenheit just change the "M" to "F" like &unit=F. Also under [MeterTemp] change postfix to "F". Hope that helps..:D
cadman-44 Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2011
No problem...worked perfectly.
h2o1 Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2010
brillant and simple!
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