A Wallpaper Frame:- this gives the top and bottom plates along with screw rods on the left and right to provide background for the skins which can be slapped on top of any wallpaper of your choice.
CPU:- shows a line-graph of CPU usage (linear and logarithmic scales) plus separate tube gauges for up to six cores. Also shows the process grabbing most of the CPU resources.
FeedReader:- An RSS/Atom feedreader built around Kaelri's Reader.lua script. Feed items are sorted by date/time and anything less than an hour old is bulleted. Number indicators to the right show how many 'new' items have been posted on each feed.
HDDs:- Gauges show the used space on 1-4 hard drives. Left-click on the gauges to open the drive. Right-click on the skin to change the drive letters. A button towards the bottom-left opens the recycle bin.
Launcher:- There are eight buttons in the bottom-center of the screen that activate / close various skins. Right-click on the skin and you can make changes to launch programs or open folders.
Music player:- A basic music player that works with a variety of media players. Right-click anywhere on the skin to change the music player being used.
Network:- shows the current upload and download speeds on a line-graph along with the latest ping return time. Right-click on the skin to set the best up and download speeds for your network.
RAMpage:- gauges showing RAM and Pagefile memory usage combined with a spectrum analyzer and volume control.
Spectrum analyzer / Volume Control:- Displays levels of audio output using the Audio Level Plugin by dgrace. The under-slider can be used to mute or change audio volume (use the center mouse wheel). Mute by clicking on the 'Volume' button.
StormQuake:- shows the location of tropical storms and recent earthquakes having a magnitude of 4.5 or greater on the Richter scale. Click on the "sun" button to toggle the world sunlight map on and off.
Weather:- Weather skin showing the current temperature, barometric pressure, wind direction and probability of precipitation. Click on the bottom right '3-Day' button for a 3-day forecast from the Weather Channel. Right-click anywhere on the skin to change the weather settings for your location.
User Settings: Change the settings such as Weather Code, Feed URLs, HDD letters, Music Player Name, etc. by right-clicking on the skin and looking under 'Custom Skin Actions'.
Note: these skins were intended for use on a 1920x1080 display. I can't find where the wallpaper included in the .rmskin package came from, but you can use any wallpaper you like and it will show through (in places).
You will need the latest .Beta version of Rainmeter to run these skins. Get it from here:-> rainmeter.net/
The weather portion isn't working. There's an issue with The Weather Channel and all skins that use it for data are borked. Sucks, neat looking skin otherwise but since what I wanted it for isn't working..... *sigh*
Hey there... any luck on updating/adapting the fix to the Dieselpunk and Steampunk HUDs as of yet? I use a tweaked version of your Steampunk HUD and all I need is to get the weather going again. :)
I went with DeluxeWeatherTimebar. It's not really the asthetic I was going for but it's at least working. So I've got a modern and olde style blend and it's eh... okay but hopefully wxdata returns at some point.
ive been using it with a animated wallpaper of Volumetric clouds that i altered to slightly rotate/shake so it looks like i am flying.
The Ram Spectrum doesn't work for me however, it just stays empty. Any idea what could be the problem?