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Rainmeter: High Processes 4R1
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Published: May 3, 2015
There's the second skin, it show the last high processes and the addition of these processes, all with roundlines meters.

Like the SpeedFan skin you can use RainRGB to change the colors, but if you want to change the size of circles you need to open the options files too.

It have the show/hide slider, but after a little problem I used a Refresh Bang of the skin to show the meters (strange error in MouseLeaveAction), need to find why it do this exaclty and for now a little delay can be seen after re-showing the meters.

When you press the left mouse button on the title text or icon it will open your windows task manager.

[!]---> This time I am sure that this skin come from Enigma, then Kaelri is the original author.

*Follow me or favorite this release to be updated when a new version is uploaded, and for any comments or idea just write it on this page : )

Check the other skin :thumb530834051:  too !
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lupusic's avatar
One question: Is it possible to see decimal values ?
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JpotatoTL2DHobbyist General Artist
Hello,
Thank for the feedback, and yes it's possible, and it's already the case (well if it's not then I am REALLY too sleepy 💤).

You can see the firsts decimal values, if you want more you'll need to work on it using the rainmeter Dev documentation.
lupusic's avatar
Thanks,
I meant "figures placed to the right of a decimal point". e.g. 12.2 %, 15.8% etc.
Skin works on my PC as it is shown above pictures, namely without decimal point values. So when it shows 0% for a process, it may be 0.99% or 0.01%. Impossible to see.
Thanks anyway
B-Dyer's avatar
Works fine for me and I'm using Windows 10 x64. Thanks.
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JpotatoTL2DHobbyist General Artist
Hi,

Thanks for the feedback : )

I've seen an issue with this skin in fact, sometimes it eat a lot of my CPU (it taken time before I notice the real issue too), need to look on it, then a fixed version will be coming later.

Cheers.
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AgelykStudent Digital Artist
not work for me :S
i have windows 8.1 update 1
only shows "Processes = 0%"
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JpotatoTL2DHobbyist General Artist
This is really strange… do you have the needed plugins? normally it's integrated with rainmeter, but I don't know if it work on x64…

Need to see in detail, but I don't have the time now, I see this a little later.

Thanks for the feedback : )
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AgelykStudent Digital Artist
now i have Windows 10 and works perfect  tyvm guy :D
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JpotatoTL2DHobbyist General Artist
Perfect then : )
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hehelollolHobbyist General Artist
me too
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JpotatoTL2DHobbyist General Artist
Wow ! there is really a lot of views, and downloads too ! Thanks for your interest all ; )
If you see or want anything just say it, when I release thing I always wait interest from others before really doing anything else on it ^_^
Maverick1310's avatar
How can you make the whole skin bigger without the text overlapping eg I would like the fontzise=15
TIA for any help
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JpotatoTL2DHobbyist General Artist
If more people need to resize the text, I will create a variant with dynamic sizing (it take some time to do this, and a unique variable to set all sizes, then size of the skin in % we can say)
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DaveBarrackHobbyist Digital Artist
I'd like a larger font as well. Also a background that doesn't fade when the mouse isn't hovering. My desktops tend to be paintings and complex so text with nothing behind it makes it hard to read.
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hehelollolHobbyist General Artist
the solution: go into edit, scroll down into the "main display" part, then tweak the values
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JpotatoTL2DHobbyist General Artist
To do this the only way is to recalculate all meters sizes and positions, it need to be dynamic, I created a skin that do this the "App Dock Base", but I recommend you to download the Omnimo suite for Rainmeter, the authors have put a really good work to create resizable skins.
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JpotatoTL2DHobbyist General Artist
Thank a lot ; )
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