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Gadgets 5.0.0 by SilverAzide Gadgets 5.0.0 by SilverAzide
System monitoring gadgets inspired by the well-known AddGadgets.com Windows Sidebar gadgets.

Arguably, some of the best and most popular Vista and Windows 7 Gadgets for system monitoring were done by AddGadgets.com. Unfortunately, with the deprecation of the Gadget platform and outright banning of gadgets by some corporate policies, these gadgets have become obsolete. Gadgets aren't supported in Windows 8 or Windows 10 without hacks and workarounds and often they break after applying Windows Updates.

I've searched everywhere to find equivalent gadgets, and finally found one on the Rainmeter forums, the "All CPU Meter" skin, by James Musix. The skin never made it out of beta, so I've completed his original work and expanded the suite to include a number of the most widely used AddGadgets.com gadgets.

All CPU Meter
  • Displays CPU utilization for 1 to 64 logical cores.
  • Displays processor model and clock speed.
  • Shows used, free, and total RAM available.
  • Shows used, free, and total page file available (optional).
  • Shows core temperatures (optional, requires CoreTemp, SpeedFan, or HWiNFO; more info here).
  • Shows CPU fan speed (optional, requires SpeedFan, or HWiNFO; more info here).*
  • Displays graphical line chart of CPU utilization, with RAM and page file percent usage.
  • Shows Task Manager when gadget is double-clicked.
  • Scales to any desired size.

Drives Meter
  • Displays disk information for up to 26 physical drives (fixed and removable only). Gadget dynamically adjusts to handle adding and removing drives.
  • Shows used, free, and total disk space available.
  • Displays percent disk utilization for each drive, plus the total.
  • Shows throughput for each drive (read and write).
  • Shows total bytes read/written since bootup for each drive on mouseover (optional).*
  • Displays disk throughput graph.
  • Displays disk time percentage histogram (optional).
  • Drive space bar graph changes color when disks are nearing capacity.*
  • Shows Explorer when gadget is double-clicked.
  • Opens drive in Explorer (or runs any user-defined command) when disk label is clicked.*
  • Scales to any desired size.

Network Meter
  • Shows data for all or selected network interfaces (info).
  • Displays internal and external IP addresses.
  • Displays peak network throughput.*
  • Shows inbound and outbound throughput in bits/sec and bytes/sec.
  • Displays graphical chart of inbound and outbound network activity. Does not require guesstimating your network speed, chart dynamically scales to handle both LAN and WAN traffic.
  • Shows statistics for the current session and the total to date.
  • Indicates internet connectivity.
  • Animated network icon shows network activity (in/out/both/neither/disconnected).*
  • Performs external IP address and location lookup.
  • Shows Network and Sharing Center when gadget is double-clicked.
  • Includes dedicated Wireless Network gadget for monitoring wireless activity.
  • Scales to any desired size.

Network Meter Pro
A precision network monitor with all the features of Network Meter, plus:
  • More accurate network interface statistics monitoring, including data when Rainmeter is not running or no user is logged into the system.
  • Not affected by Rainmeter restarts/refreshes.
  • Not affected by network adapter configuration changes.
  • Includes dedicated Wireless Network Pro gadget for monitoring wireless activity.
  • Note: Requires installation of a Windows service (included).

GPU Meter
  • Displays GPU model and clock speed (requires HWiNFO; more info here).
  • Shows used, free, and total RAM available, with memory clock speed.
  • Shows GPU temperature, core load, and core voltage.
  • Shows GPU fan speed and percent utilization.
  • Displays graphical line chart of RAM, core load, temperature, and fan usage.
  • Multiple GPU Meters provided to allow monitoring more than one GPU (for dedicated GPUs and 2-way SLI-equipped systems; for 4-way SLI systems, see info).*
  • Scales to any desired size.

Weather Meter
  • Displays the current weather for any location from The Weather Channel.
  • Displays data in metric or standard units.
  • Shows current temperature, forecast high and low temperatures, "feels like" temperature, current conditions, current location and station, humidity, visibility, barometric pressure, wind speed, wind direction, and chance of precipitation.
  • Shows current sunrise and sunset times, day length, and sun angle.
  • Shows current moonrise and moonset times, moon phase and description.
  • Shows complete 5 day forecast in a "flyout" window.
  • Shows severe weather alerts for the current location.*
  • Includes additional language translations: Bulgarian, Czech, English (GB), English (US), Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese (BR), Russian, Serbian (SP), Slovak, Spanish (SP), Ukrainian (info, source here).
  • Supports having multiple Weather Meters to allow monitoring more than one location (info).
  • Scales to any desired size.
  • Includes variant gadget in a smaller size; expands to full size on mouseover.

Battery Meter
  • Displays the current battery status, including time remaining and current percentage remaining.
  • Shows current voltage, charge and discharge rates, current and maximum charge capacity.
  • Shows battery manufacturer/model.
  • Displays power in either watts or milliamps.
  • Supports automatic failover on systems having multiple batteries.*
  • Shows Power Options when gadget is double-clicked.*
  • Scales to any desired size.
  • Includes variant gadget that works with HWiNFO.

Calendar
  • Based on LuaCalendar, styled to match the Gadget suite.*
  • Supports localized month/day names automatically.
  • Scales to any desired size.
  • Includes variant gadget that shows the current day, similar to the original Windows Sidebar gadget.

Chronometer
  • Digital Clock displays time, date, day, week, and quarter of the year.
  • Shows computer uptime and session logon time (optional).
  • Shows configurable event countdown with customizable sound (optional).
  • Includes configurable chime and multiple alarms with customizable sounds (optional).
  • Supports Windows localized or custom time and date formats.
  • Supports world times, can be adjusted for time zones and daylight saving time.
  • Supports having multiple clocks to allow monitoring time in multiple locations (info).
  • Scales to any desired size.
  • Includes Analog Clock variant, styled to match the Gadget suite.*
  • Includes clocks ported from the original Windows Vista/Windows 7 Sidebar gadgets.

...get even more Gadgets!*

*Feature not part of original AddGadgets.com gadgets.

*** Requires Rainmeter 4.2 or later. ***
*** Requires .NET Framework 4.5.2 or later. ***


Version History
5.0.0 - 2019-01-03: Reuploaded .rmskin to correct packaging error.
5.0.0 - 2018-12-21: Revised Calender to handle issue where auto-configuration could fail in rare cases.
                    Enhanced All CPU Meter to support AMD Threadripper 32-core (64-thread) CPUs.
                    Corrected All CPU Meter Lua script to properly configure the skin on machines with multiple physical CPUs.
                    Corrected All CPU Meter to show proper CPU clock speed when using CoreTemp.
                    Corrected ActiveNet plugin to properly calculate threads per core on machines with multiple physical CPUs.
                    Enhanced Weather Meter so severe weather alert icon is color-coded by significance.
                    Enhanced Drives Meter to show total bytes read/written since bootup for each drive on mouseover.
                    Enhanced GPU Meter to show RAM usage on AMD GPUs (requires HWiNFO v5.80 or later and recent AMD GPUs/drivers).
4.1.1 - 2018-07-08: Enhanced Weather Meter to allow searching for weather.com location codes.
                    Revised Network Settings to more reliably display service status in non-US locales (again).
                    Enhanced Calendar to auto-configure localized month/day names.
                    Enhanced Digital Clock to show clock name.
                    Corrected Settings to prevent long text entries from displaying outside the bounds of textboxes.
                    Updated Welcome gadget for Rainmeter 4.2 and ConfigActive 2.1.
4.1.0 - 2018-04-27: Corrected All CPU Meter issue where fan usage may not be calculated correctly in rare cases.
                    Revised Network Meter external IP address and location providers.
                    Enhanced Drives Meter to add ability to monitor drives A: and B:.
                    Enhanced Drives Meter to use new UsageMonitor plugin to improve performance.
                    Corrected Weather Meter sun angle calculation when monitoring locations in non-local timezones during DST.
4.0.0 - 2018-03-17: Enhanced Digital Chronometer to use new SysInfo USER_LOGONTIME to get logon time.
                    Enhanced Network Meters and Wireless Meters to allow hiding current/total statistics.
                    Enhanced All CPU Meter to support Intel Core i9 18-core CPUs.
                    Enhanced All CPU Meter to support Qualcomm Snapdragon CPUs (preliminary; no temps or fan speeds at this time).
                    Enhanced All CPU Meter Settings to allow HWiNFO configuration.
                    Added pre-configured GPU Meters for systems with multiple video cards to make configuration slightly easier.
                    Enhanced GPU Meter to support Qualcomm Adreno GPUs (preliminary; requires HWiNFO support).
                    Major enhancements to Weather Meter to improve support for Weather Channel language-specific data and webpages.
                    Enhanced Weather Meter to auto-configure languages, added custom action menu to simplify manual configuration.
                    Enhanced Weather Meter show correct sunrise/sunset times (TWC does not have correct times in forecasts).
                    Enhanced Weather Meter to show day length, sun angle, and moonrise/moonset times.
                    Revised FixedPrecisionFormat Lua script to work with inline Lua.
3.0.2 - 2018-03-17: Corrected Weather Meter gadgets for date formatting issue when using leading zeros.
                    Revised Weather Meter to fix spurious "RegExp matching error" message in the log.
                    Corrected All CPU Meter clock speed display when using HWiNFO and having a CPU with more than 10 physical cores.
                    Corrected All CPU Meter processor name display for Intel Xeon CPUs.
                    Enhanced Chronometer Settings to simplify customized time display.
                    Corrected error in Digital Chronometer that did not display AM/PM properly after noon/midnight transition.
                    Corrected Network Settings to properly display service status in non-US locales.
                    Updated ActiveNet plugin to use latest Rainmeter SDK and Visual Studio 2017.
3.0.1 - 2017-08-04: More...


Attribution
  • All CPU Meter gadget based on All CPU Meter by James Musix.
  • Calendar gadget is LuaCalendar 5.0 by Smurfier, with scaling enhancement added by TGonZ0, and with localization and style mods by me.
  • Clock gadget uses techniques from the System skin in JSMeterVIII 8.0 by JSMorley.
  • Network Meter gadget based on NetTraffic by JSMorley.
  • Weather Meter gadget based on the Weather skin in Steampunk Cogs, Tubes and Gauges by Mordasius, on skins and translations in VClouds Weather 2 by VClouds, location code search based on WXDataWeather by JSMorley, and includes weather icons by JSMorley (and others) with modifications by me.
  • Weather Meter gadget uses a Lua script from Sunset-Moonrise by Mordasius to calculate sun/moon times.
  • Welcome gadget uses the ConfigActive plugin by JSMorley.
  • Additional code cleanup and tweaks by Milamber33.
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:iconstephr0x0rs:
Stephr0x0rs Featured By Owner 3 days ago
I'm using the analog clock, and I'm getting the chime every hour. The description says it's configurable, but how? I've tried clicking on the music note button but it doesn't do anything. I can get the regular settings open no problem.
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Dudebaker Featured By Owner Edited 3 days ago  Hobbyist Interface Designer
1. Open the Chronometer Settings (hover the clock and click the wrench-button in the top right)
2. Click on "Configure alarms..."
3. Click the checkbox "Enable Chime" to disable the sound every hour
Optional: Click the checkbox "Enable Event Alarm" to disable the new year sound =P (Razz) 
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Stephr0x0rs Featured By Owner 2 days ago
A ha....ok cool. At first I totally wanted to disable the chime altogether, but now I like it. Helps me keep track of time. At least now I know where I can change the chime to a different tone if I want. Thanks.
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CropDust3r Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2019
Love the work you're doing here, mate. 

Not sure where I stumbled across the screenshots of the skins but it has driven me to try Rainmeter for the first time hence, my rather noobish question for you related to the CPU Usage skin.

I have an intel i7 9700k which has 8 logical cores (no virtual cores or hyperthreading). The CPU usage skin has detected and displaying all usage information except for the individual core temps of cores 5, 6, 7 & 8. HWMonitor is reading and displaying everything as normal though. 

Could you please point me in the right direction as to how I can rectify this?

Thanks in advance, keep up the awesome work
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SilverAzide Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2019
Glad you are enjoying the Gadgets!  I assume you are using HWiNFO.  If so, make sure you have configured the sensor and entry IDs for those cores (the IDs are not configured by default).  More info here: www.deviantart.com/comments/1/….
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anime5167 Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2019  New Deviant
how to change Weather timezone??
auto is UTC +0..i want set to +8
already try few hour...
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SilverAzide Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2019
Hello!  You do not need to change the weather timezone.  The timezone bias comes from the Weather Channel data.  All you need to do is select the location.  Click the wrench icon to open the Settings, then enter the location code or select the search icon to search for a location code.
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:iconanime5167:
anime5167 Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2019  New Deviant
i find the code...HKXX0049
but. all time is UTC +0..not +8.


JPG : ibb.co/30wNDyx
windows time   2019-03-13 11:48 PM

sunrise:0-2:35AM  ???? 2am??
sunset 10:31AM ????? am sunset...
moonrise 02:08AM
moonset 03:24PM

updated: 2019/3/13 03:30 PM GMT
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SilverAzide Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2019
Thank you for the info, this was very helpful.  The problem is not with the Weather Meter skin.  The problem is that weather.com is sending your timezone bias ("timezone") as "0", for GMT time.  Obviously, this is incorrect for your location.  Weather.com may fix this in a day or two, or they may never fix it, there is no way to know.

Good news: you CAN fix this easily.  But this fix will only work for your current location.  If you want the weather in a different timezone, you will need to change the offset again.

1.  Right-click the Weather Meter and select "Edit skin".
2.  Search for the measure "[MeasureLocationTZOffset]".
3.  Just above the "IfCondition=1" line, add the following line:

Substitute="0":"8"

4.  Save the file and refresh the skin.  Your sunrise/sunset and moonrise/moonset times should now be correct.  Please note that the "Update" time at the bottom is coming from weather.com and it is in GMT time.

Hope this helps!
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:iconanime5167:
anime5167 Featured By Owner Edited Mar 14, 2019  New Deviant
time is fix now.
but moonrise/moonset not very accurate

form Locale 
Weather 
www.hko.gov.hk/contentc.htm

JPG: ibb.co/f8V0gR6
Is this normal?

thx for help.


EDIT::
also. 5day Weather  is UTC+0.
need edit where?


edit2::
this page
weather.com/zh-TW/weather/toda…
moos is showing 
First Quarter..hko.gov.hk is First Quarter too..

but
wxdata.weather.com/wxdata/weat…
this page moon is Waxing Crescent
this is bug too?
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:iconsilverazide:
SilverAzide Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2019
The 5-day Forecast skin will have the same issue with the time, since it is pulling the data from weather.com just like the main skin.  To fix it, open the skin file in Documents\Rainmeter\Skins\Gadgets\Weather Meter\Flyout\Flyout.ini and make the same change as described above.  These two skins work the same, so any changes you make to one you will have to make to the other as well.

For your last item about the moon phase being incorrect (First Quarter vs. Waxing Crescent), that is a weather.com issue.  The wxdata feed was wrong, but it appears to be working properly now.

For the moonset/moonrise times, it appears the date and time is still slightly off, so the calculations are incorrect.  I'm not sure how to fix this at this time, I'l need to investigate further when I have more time.
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:iconanime5167:
anime5167 Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2019  New Deviant
thx for help
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:iconsilverazide:
SilverAzide Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2019
I see the problem.  Because of the incorrect time zone coming from weather.com, the sun and moon times are actually being calculated for the wrong day (they are for the previous day).  So far I have not been able to figure out how to fix this.  Sorry.
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BOrangeZ Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2019  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The page you were looking for doesn't exist. :(
fix it plz!
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:icongtimbo:
gtimbo Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2019
I had to log in before I could download it, if that helps.
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rottenpaul Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2019  New Deviant
is there any way to show cpu vcore on the gadget just like on the gpu gadget? That would be really useful as i would like to monitor the vcore during stress testing or gaming (i got a mini display on my case where i place monitoring gadgets to get my reading during testing or gaming). Is there a way to edit this myself? Your work is really amazing btw, maybe the best monitoring skin for rainmeter out there.
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:iconsilverazide:
SilverAzide Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2019
Hello, glad you like the Gadgets!  You could add CPU voltage, but it would require quite a bit of work.  You'd need to use HWiNFO (if you aren't already).  The easiest way to do it is to copy the CPU temperature logic, since voltages are per physical core (like temps, assuming you are dealing with an Intel CPU).  You'd need to decide where to display these numbers as well, since there is no free space to do this; you'd need to widen the skin or something, and if you wanted to include them in the graph, you'd need to decide how you want that to appear.  As you can guess, this won't be a trivial addition to make...
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:iconrottenpaul:
rottenpaul Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2019  New Deviant
Hi, yes I am using hwinfo. I was more like thinking to get the vcore reading from the motherboard sensor (same as the reading in CPU-ID) instead per core voltage from the cpu. Like a single red line above the graph reading Vcore or Core Voltage, much like the GPU Gadget. I can trace all my sensor's id's just I'm not so familiar with editing rainmeter skins but I think I could dig around..
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newtonianflow Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2019  Hobbyist General Artist
Love these gadgets! When I came across them the first time, I was in a monochrome desktop phase, but now I'm LOVING all the colors!
I've had no trouble setting each gadget, your settings files are wonderfully clear. 
Now my question... I saw in your description that the Drives Meter only works on fixed and removable disks. I routinely use a NAS device connected to my router and would very much like to keep tabs on it. Are there any solutions that you've come across since you built the skin that would allow Drive Meter to monitor a network drive?

Great work! Thanks for spending so much time on this. 
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:iconsilverazide:
SilverAzide Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2019
Unfortunately, there's not a way to monitor a network drive.  Windows does not have performance counters for network drives, only for physical drives.  You could in theory use HWiNFO to monitor a remote machine's physical disks, but it requires Windows on the server-side and most NAS boxes are Linux-based.  The closest thing you can get is using the Network Meter, but there's no way to distinguish traffic from the NAS from any other network traffic.  Basically, these are all Windows limitations, nothing to do with the Gadgets or Rainmeter.  Sorry!
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newtonianflow Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2019  Hobbyist General Artist
Ah bummer. The Gadget and Rainmeter are both fine, I knew it was a windows thing, but was hoping you'd come across something in your travels that could do it. I might fiddle with HWiNFO, just to see. If I happen across a solution would you like me to let you know?
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SilverAzide Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2019
Sure!
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VasVadum Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2019
I can't remember when I downloaded this at, but I've been fiddling with the INI files to remove certain information and try to make the gadgets look nice after but failed to some extent, its kinda all screwy now. I'd like to suggest some options for some of these gadgets.

Weather:
Hide Location

Clock:
Hide "logon uptime", as it is different from "uptime" and pointless in my view. For some reason it was an entire day wrong.
Hide Day, Week, Quarter

GPU Meter:
Hide Fan information (My laptop doesn't seem to report fan speeds for some reason)

Network Meter: (I did a ton of alterations to this one all to achieve -one- thing)
Hide IP address

I'll show you a preview of my setup so far. Its still a little, brokenish because I have adjusted the BgHeight randomly trying to achieve a nicer look.

I can send you the INI file edit I did for them too if you feel like taking a look. For the Clock, I simply deleted the lines related to logon uptime. For Network Meter, I edited a ton of things to remove the IP but its still broken because it has an invisible snap point at its original location so I can't put this meter above others. I've actually been using these for a long time now though, I only edited network meter today to try and remove the extra space left behind when I originally deleted the IP address.

I don't use DevientArt so I likely won't notice if you reply, you can poke me on Telegram if you want, same as my username.
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yoGhurrt1 Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2019
Dude, it's been a while since your first release and I remember that. I'm glad you're still here and improving this awesome gadget. Thing is - why you didn't add anywhere donation button or sth? Or am I blind?
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:iconsilverazide:
SilverAzide Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2019
LOL, no, you're not blind! :D
I built these for myself and decided to share them, so no need to donate or anything like that.  Glad you like them!
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Solxide Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2019
Hey Silverazide I've been using this for years and I'm really happy to see you're still actively working on this. I've messaged you before about my Ryzen 32 thread processor about a year ago and I have a question for you. Would it be possible to be able to have separate gadgets on the same network that show the information of another computer? For example I'm sitting on 192.168.1.119 and I have a server on 192.168.1.120 and I want to have the gadgets on 119 giving me remote information from 120 in the form of your gadgets. I understand this wouldn't be the "flick of a switch and go" but I would kill for this functionality.
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:iconsilverazide:
SilverAzide Featured By Owner Edited Jan 31, 2019
Hello!  The good news is that it is actually possible to do this.  HWiNFO supports monitoring remote machines, and the HWiNFO plugin used in the Gadgets can be configured for this as well.  Any of the Gadgets that use HWiNFO (All CPU Meter, GPU Meter, and Battery Meter) could be revised to monitor remote machines, and some of the other Gadgets (like Drives Meter) could be adapted to use HWiNFO as well.

The bad news is, as you have guessed, that this would require quite a bit of work.  The existing HWiNFO measures are easy, but a lot of other measures that use Rainmeter functions (like ones to get the CPU name, RAM, disk info, etc.) would have to be redone to use HWiNFO instead.  So this is very possible...
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:icondudebaker:
Dudebaker Featured By Owner Edited Jan 31, 2019  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Should be possible with the addon "Remote Sensor Monitor" (www.hwinfo.com/add-ons/) which has to run on the server and then you could use the webparser plugin to get all data you want. Just an idea... Wink/Razz 
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:iconsolxide:
Solxide Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2019
Thank you both very much for the information! I'll have to check out this add on! 
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:iconbedfford:
Bedfford Featured By Owner Edited Jan 22, 2019
Hi, Thanks for maintain your wonderful work!

Installed latest version of Rainmeter and Gadgets, but after one day (or reboot) the Calendar appears corrupted: 

Untitled by Bedfford  

This happens only with the current month (January), if I change it using the small green arrows, then the glitches disappear and the calendar show normal.

I cant found a way to solve this. 

Thanks!

Update: already (yesterday) installed in other 3 computers and they show same situation (all computers under Win7 Pro X64 SP1)
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:iconsilverazide:
SilverAzide Featured By Owner Edited Jan 22, 2019
Wow! Sorry to hear you are having issues.  I have not seen this before.  One question I have to ask: have you edited any of the Calendar skin files, like for example to change the month labels to a different language?  The reason I ask this is that this sort of error can happen when the file encoding is incorrect.  Does this error happen if you refresh the skin?  Does this only happen for the current month (in other words, if you advance to next month, then return to the current month, is it still messed up)?  Also, let me know if you see any errors in the Rainmeter log.
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:iconbedfford:
Bedfford Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2019
- Edited skin files: no
- change labels to a different language: no, BUT all my Windows machines have one thing in common, the Windows language is English AND the regional localization settings are set Spanish-Chile (old habit since the XP age). Then maybe the problem is here...
- refresh skin: no changes
- only current month: yes
- Rainmeter logs: I can't find the log file :(
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:iconsilverazide:
SilverAzide Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2019
OK!  The log file is viewed by right-clicking the Rainmeter icon in the system tray and selecting About.  It might not show anything except when the Calendar is loaded for the first time only.

What could be happening is that the command to generate the month names is failing for some reason.  Try the following:

1.  Open the file C:\Users\<username>\Documents\Rainmeter\Skins\Gadgets\@Resources\CalendarVariables.inc with Notepad.
2.  Find the variable MonthLabels.  Change the line to read:

   MonthLabels="Jan|Feb|Mar|Apr|May|Jun|Jul|Aug|Sep|Oct|Nov|Dec"

     (You can change this to 3-letter Spanish month names if you prefer.)

3.  Verify the DayLabels are correct, it should be set to "S|M|T|W|T|F|S", but you can change this to 1-letter Spanish names if needed (make sure you do not change the order of days, Sunday must be first).
4.  Save the file and refresh the Calendar gadget.  The issue should be fixed.

Let me know if this helps!
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:iconbedfford:
Bedfford Featured By Owner Edited Jan 22, 2019
I think you are right! The problem seems solved editing the .inc file. I don't know why, but this file have to lines in Chinese: DayLabels and MonthLabels

Untitled Drawing by Bedfford 

Restoring both lines to:

DayLabels="S|M|T|W|T|F|S"
MonthLabels="Jan|Feb|Mar|Apr|May|Jun|Jul|Aug|Sep|Oct|Nov|Dec"

causes the glitches to be eliminated :)

Thanks for your help!
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shanelarivee Featured By Owner Edited Jan 19, 2019
Hey, is there any way to pull fan speeds from HWiNFO? Speedfan hasn't been updated in years and it doesn't work with most modern motherboards (at least from what I've learned while trying to make it work with mine). Thanks for any help!

Edit: Nevermind, I figured it out.
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annquu Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2019  New Deviant
Could you add another plugin support like MSI Afterburner?
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SilverAzide Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2019
This has been asked many times.  The biggest problems with Afterburner is 1) the Afterburner plugin developer is no longer supporting the plugin and 2) there is no documentation that I can find on how to use it.  Afterburner (or the plugin) does not appear to be able to see CPU/GPU fans like HWiNFO can, and does not report the total amount of VRAM (this can now be worked around).  With all these issues, I don't have much interest in doing this.

If interested, see this thread for more info: comments.deviantart.com/1/5225….
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AirPirat Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2019  New Deviant
I do not know what data is needed, I do not want to work GPU Meter 
it seems that I missed a small detail, so please check my configuration file and point out the errors
dropmefiles.com/AhFu2
I'm even willing to provide remote access to my computer via Teamviewer to help me with the setup
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SilverAzide Featured By Owner Edited Jan 11, 2019
I'm sorry, I cannot do this for you.  You must do this yourself, because every computer is different.  The settings for my PC are different from yours.  An excellent detailed guide to working with the HWiNFO plugin can be found on the Rainmeter forum here: forum.rainmeter.net/viewtopic.…. You just need to look at "Step 4" in these instructions, it shows you exactly how to use the Shared Memory Viewer to get the sensor and entry IDs.

Also, in the file you sent me, you have accidently changed variables "HWiNFO-GPU1-MemoryUsage" and "HWiNFO-GPU1-MemoryAlloc" to "HWiNFO-GPU0-MemoryUsage" and "HWiNFO-GPU0-MemoryAlloc" (you seem to have copied the "GPU0" variables).  Change the names back to use "GPU1" (you have two variables with the same  name).  Everything else looks OK.
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AirPirat Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2019  New Deviant
Fixed all errors and checked all values, GPU Meter does not work
Looks like not fated to use the functionality, please let me know if there is an alternative, not necessarily in Rainmeter, the main thing that worked in Windows 10 and are not occupied much space on the screen. Just want to see all the necessary information on the second monitor, while I play on the main monitor

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SilverAzide Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2019
If you can see the data in the Shared Memory Viewer and in the HWiNFO sensors, then it definitely will work.  All the GPU Meter does is report data from the HWiNFO plugin (which is the same data as the Viewer), but you must map the IDs correctly.  It is unfortunate that HWiNFO is so difficult to configure, but I have no control over that.  If you cannot get the GPU Meter to work, then you will not be able to get any Rainmeter skin that uses HWiNFO working, because they are all the same.  You might have more success with a skin that uses AIDA64 or some other method of getting the sensor data, but HWiNFO is generally your best option.

Another skin suite you can try is Modern Gadgets.  The newest version uses a new beta version of the Shared Memory Viewer that might be a little easier to for you to configure.  You can get that here:
  ModernGadgets 1.4.1 by iamanai
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AirPirat Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2019  New Deviant
Thanks for the tip, during the setup of this gadget I realized my mistake, I forgot to configure 1 parameter "HWiNFO-GPU0-SensorId", this parameter implicitly indicates the need for configuration, you need to specify this item in the instruction
There was one question, I have inflated the results of the use of video memory, where to fix?
imgur.com/dM6Wk2I
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SilverAzide Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2019
Glad to see you got it working.  I see in your screenshot where you have memory usage at 238%.  In your HWiNFO.inc file, check the entry ID for the variable "HWiNFO-GPUx-MemoryAlloc" (where "x" is either 0/1/2 depending on which GPU you are configuring).  Make sure your entry ID is reporting a value that is the amount of VRAM in megabytes.  The sensor might have a different name (sometimes this is "Memory Usage" or "Memory Allocated")... HWiNFO does not have standard names for the individual entries, the names can be different for different hardware.  The Memory Viewer will indicate the units for the sensor.  Some older AMD cards do not report this value at all, so make sure you are using HWiNFO 5.80 and have the latest video drivers.  If you are using latest software, then you might not have this sensor (only recent AMD cards support this).  Perhaps you can post a screenshot of your Shared Memory Viewer showing the GPU sensors and I can take a look to see what sensors you have.
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AirPirat Featured By Owner Edited Jan 14, 2019  New Deviant
Okay, thank you. Decided to use the sensor "GPU D3D Memory Dedicated", empirically found that you need to use it
By the way, the gadget saved my processor from overheating, with its help I noticed the hovering process loading the processor by 100 percent and as a result heated it to 95 degrees
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LeozitoUrso Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2019
Hi, Amazing job. I'm Brazilian and my Digital Clock is bugged in a date part as printed. Could you fixed ??? Thank you so much for your awesome work. imgur.com/DS0ylCg
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SilverAzide Featured By Owner Edited Jan 11, 2019
For some reason, the long date format in your Windows registry is returning strange information, or else the skin variables file or skin file has been changed so that it is no longer in Unicode format.  (Did you edit any skin files manually with Notepad?)

To fix this, click the wrench icon in the upper right corner of the Digital Clock gadget and in the Settings, UNcheck the "Use Windows Regional Settings" option.  Next, go to your Rainmeter\Gadgets\@Resources folder and open the ChronometerVariables.inc file using Notepad.  Find the variable "FmtLongDate".  It should look something like this:

FmtLongDate="%A, %#d %b, %Y"

If it looks like something else, change it to match what is shown above.  After changing in Notepad, click File > Save As....  Save the file with the same name, but make very sure the "Encoding" option is set to "Unicode".  If you are prompted to overwrite the file, say Yes.  Refresh the Gadget and the date should look something like this:

sexta-fiera, 11 jan, 2019
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LeozitoUrso Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2019
Thank you so much !!!! Now it's perfect !! I really appreciate your help. 
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AirPirat Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2019  New Deviant
Hello, I like all set up, but I still do not work GPU Meter and does not display the fan speed
imgur.com/B2hICqF
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SilverAzide Featured By Owner Edited Jan 10, 2019
As you can see in your screenshot, the GPU Meter has not been properly configured.  That is why it says "HWiNFO not detected".  Make sure you have configured the settings AND and make sure you are using the proper GPU Meter.  For example, if the GPU shown in HWiNFO is GPU #1, then make sure you are using the "GPU #1" meter... there is a different meter for each GPU you can have.  If you have configured the settings for GPU #0, then use that one.  As an option, you can configure all three meters for your video card, then it will not matter which one you select.

For your CPU Meter fan speed, you need to configure that one correctly as well.  Make sure your motherboard's fan sensor is configured with the correct entry ID.  Case fans and other non-CPU related fans cannot be monitored.
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IGrayfoxI Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2019  New Deviant
Hey is it possible to add network drive support?

I love this rainmeter gadget.
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