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I see, all good then! Amazing work you have done with all these widgets, thanks again for sharing them!

Weather Zone (UPDATED 15-MAY-2024)

Turns out to be the Equinox skin that messes up, at least the version I have. It pops up its Settings every time Rainmeter is started (either manually, or via Start with Windows). I just deleted the damn thing!


Sorry for that!


Though now I don't see the highest temperature on the widget: https://prnt.sc/JTSRGa100Sxk

Weather Zone (UPDATED 15-MAY-2024)

It is a Raimeter skin, found here: https://forum.rainmeter.net/viewtopic.php?t=23440


For some reason, when your weather widgets are loaded they also trigger the Settings of the Equinox skin (for now I just deleted the Equinox skn from Rainmeters's skins folder)

Weather Zone (UPDATED 15-MAY-2024)

Thanks for your weather widgets, I've tried 2-3 of them already and I love them all! Just a quick question, is it possible to prevent the Equinox settings from loading every time a weather widget is loaded? If it makea any difference I'm trying these on an old laptop running Win 7 SP1 x64 Home Premium, with current version or Rainmeter (4.5.17).

Weather Zone (UPDATED 15-MAY-2024)

Sorry for the terribly late response! Are you 100% sure you place the correct clearlookls dll for your Windows (meaning 64 or 32 bits) in the right folder of Gimp? I can't pre-install the clearlooks dll file, not even the themes themshelves, because end users can use different folders than the default ones.

Clearlooks Gimp 2.10 Color Hinted Themes v1.2.1