An experimental weather skin targeting configurability -first of all you must have RAINMETER 1.2 installed to make it work. -you can change the size of menu, color, transparencies, typeface and shadows. -also you can switch between menu types for displaying 3day forecast or today forecast.
I hope you like and customize it as you WISH
credits: plain weather icons by merlinthered : [link]
note: press MIDDLE-MOUSE BUTTON(SCROLL) to open config panel.press upper right button to change menu type.
UPDATED: German translation by Vacon added.Thanks for such a contribution Also new font added named Tengwar Telcontar.
I added some functionality about text, color,transparency and orientation.This version doesnt use .png files so its flexible in many aspects.It should work fine with all resolutions.For more instructions, bug reports or suggestions you can visit my blog: [link]
A new from the ground up Rainmeter skin (except for eWeather...more details below) that hides the meters behind icons, leaving far more room on your desktop while still giving you a glance at what the system is doing. Expanding the icons allows you to see further detail on all of the available meters. The two screenshots show what each state looks like.
If you liked the DarknessExplodes background, there will be an alternate loaded soon with a blue background of the same thing.
This skin includes:
DaDock MediaPlayer (currently set for WiMP) System Info (Select between CPU name and screen res, dual core) eWeather (measures from Elementary, all meters rewritten) RAM NetworkWiFI C Drive D Drive Time and Date (with seconds) Battery Meter
This has been created on a 1366x768 screen, but has been tested up to 1920x1080.
I am working on a quick link icon to fit within the overall scheme for Facebook, YouTube, and the rest.
Please leave comments if you like it or don't like it. Let me know if the Media Player has enough to it.
Includes both HiddenIcons and HiddenIconsALT themes.
This is another verioson of my desktop skin/theme for Rainmeter.
The skin contains:
1. Enigma Calendar 2. ABP Weather remade 3. My Desktop Clock 4. My Desktop Drives (Drives C, D) 5. My Desktop internet 6. My Desktop icons 7. My Desktop Computer 8. My Desktop Start 9. My Desktop itunes