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mIGNimalistic by ignasio100 mIGNimalistic by ignasio100
//=============== v1.2 ===============

New:
* Added battery meter.
* Added swap meter.
* Added Hexacore meter's compact version.
* Added few more uptime formats.

Bug fixes:
* Bars and histograms would overlap values and labels if transparency is turned off.
* Could not change clock's seconds counter color.

Tweaks:
* Removed total RAM capacity value.
* Tweaked design: moved RAM roundline, added bar outline.
* Tweaked global variables.

//=============== v1.1 ===============

Added 12 and 8 core/thread smaller versions of original meters.

//=============== v1.0 ===============

My first go at rainmeter skinning. Gadget-like modularity, can move every frame separately. Fully configurable: background, histogram, line, roundline, font colors, tint, transparency, sensor count, drive count, core/thread count, fan count, weather locations count.

After installation don't forget to load skins suitable for your PC setup. Configuration is quite simple, edit SETTINGS/var.inc file with any text editor, I left few tips inside to make modifications easier, though everything except sensors and weather will work right off the bat.

Please leave feedback in the comments section, I will improve what I can.
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:iconlochlain:
hey mate, i don't get any fan readings. plain 0. tried playing around with sensor values but no luck. running win 8 and speedfan
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:iconignasio100:
Haven't tried Windows 8 yet, but it should work, edit the "sensor.fan1.SpeedFan=0" line in SETTINGS/var.inc file according to your SpeedFan/Configure/Fans readings. If you want 2nd fan on the SpeedFan list to show up in Rainmeter, edit "sensor.fan1.SpeedFan=0" to "sensor.fan1.SpeedFan=1", 1st fan = 0, 2nd = 1 and so on.
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:iconsuperninjamo:
SuperNinjaMo Dec 6, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
this looks sweet!! good work
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:iconzeles:
How about a link to your background image? heh

Great work on the skin! Very clean.
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:iconignasio100:
Thanks, and here's the wallpaper [link]
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:iconzeles:
Thank you!
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:iconastor1977:
Line 120 didn't make any sense to me. I use Cobalt Rainmeter skin and it reads speedfan temps fine, but I cannot get this one to read it. It reads the other temps, but not my gpu. /shrug
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:iconignasio100:
Go to SpeedFan/Configure/Temperatures. Count down the list all the way to GPU and subtract 1. That's your index value which you have to enter in "SETTINGS/var.inc" file under "sensor.gpu1.SpeedFan=".
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:iconastor1977:
thank you kindly. :)
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:iconignasio100:
Happy to help.
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