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This thread should serve as OCN's haven for all things Rainmeter!

It will contain guides to getting started with Rainmeter, tips and tricks, some good skins, and of course, lots of help!

I recommend you to read the whole OP as it is very enriching.

Let's get the basics out of the way.

 

What is Rainmeter?

Straight from the Rainmeter website:

 

Quote:
Rainmeter is open source software that displays customizable skins, like memory and battery power, RSS feeds and weather forecasts, right on your desktop. Many skins are even functional: they can record your notes and to-do lists, launch your favorite applications, and control your media player - all in a clean, unobtrusive interface that you can rearrange and customize to your liking. Rainmeter is at once an application and a toolkit. You are only limited by your imagination and creativity.

 

 

How do I install it?

Go here and download the latest stable version (or beta if you want to experiment with new features).

 

What next?

Next steps (Click to show)

When you complete your Rainmeter installation, you will be presented with this:
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From here you can install other popular skins, view the basics to Rainmeter, the complete documentation, or access the Forums (great help when you're coding a skin and stuck).

 

You are also presented with the default configuration on the right:

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I want to tweak these skins or download new ones, how can I do that?

Basic Terminoloy (Click to show)

 

Don't get ahead of yourself! Before you get coding, there are a couple of terms you need to become familiar with.

 

Skin - Widget. Each little box on the right side of your desktop is a skin. Each skin's code is in a .ini file.

Config - Family of skins. Each config can have one or more skins, which are variations on the same thing. Configs are represented by subfolders in the hierarchy.

KDERi.png

Suite - A group of configs, normally they follow a theme. A suite is represented by a folder in the hierarchy.

HowWorks-9-configs.png

Here is the basic hierarchy (assuming the default Skins folder location):

Skins\Suite\Config\Skin.ini

 

Downloading new skins (Click to show)

 

Now that we know the basic terminology, how do I download new suites/skins?

New skins can be found online in many places, a good location is Deviantart.

Skins come in two formats: the .rmskin filetype, and a regular folder.

Installation is simple if the skin comes in a .rmskin. Simply open the file and let the dialog prompts guide you along.

If the suite/skin comes in a folder, simply extract the folder to your Skins folder.

 

 

 

Important skill: Skin tweaking (Click to show)

 

What if I want to tweak a skin?

If you've taken a look at both the Rainmeter 101 and the Manual (and bookmarked them both), let's start tweaking our skins (these tweaks are meant to familiarize you with the structure of Rainmeter skins).

Let's look at the Disk2.ini skin:

f9hT2.png

I have a couple of goals here.

Firstly, I want to change the color of the bar to red (#FF0000 or 255,0,0).

Secondly, I want to change the title of the skin to FREE DISK SPACE.

Finally, I want to change the skin so that it tells me how much free disk space I have, rather than how much I am using.

 

Let's crack this bad boy in half. Right-click it, and click Edit Skin.

 

 

Important sections (Click to show)

 

First up, we have the Rainmeter section. This section contains global settings for the skin.

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The first line is the Author line, which is self-explanatory.

AppVersion is the earliest version of Rainmeter which is recommended for this skin (don't worry about this, it's not necessary).

Update (in ms) is the increment at which the skin should refresh itself.

Background is the background of the skin.

#ROOTCONFIGPATH# is a global variable (as mentioned in the screenshot) which is equal to the Skins path + the Config folder's name:

 

Code:
Documents\Rainmeter\Skins\Illustro

 

BackgroundMode is a variable that defines the background mode:

  • 0 - Image as defined by Background
  • 1 - Transparent (default if no Background image defined)
  • 2 - Solid color
  • 3 - Scaled background image
  • 4 - Tiled background image

BackgroundMargins is unimportant for us right now.

 

As you may or may not have already seen, the general format is [square brackets] for a section, and X=Y to set options that are relevant to that class.

 

The next section is unnecessary and I won't delve into it, but it's the Metadata section which contains information about the skin.

 

The third section is an important one, and it's the Variables section.

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This section is very important and is where you set the values of your variables. Good coding will use many variables to make the settings easily changeable.

As pointed out above, to call a variable you wrap it in hashes.

 

Actual tweaking of the skin (Click to show)

 

At this point let me familiarize you with a couple of terms:

Measure - A type of class that measures a value and returns it to whoever "asks for it".

Meter - A type of class that displays information given by the measures or just displays things.

 

Let's look at the structure of this skin:

Measures

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Meters (displayed are only a few)

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This particular skin makes use of Styles. Styles are similar to classes in CSS, you can call them using MeterStyle=StyleName in any meter and that meter will adapt the properties outlined in the Style.

Let's take a look at some:

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Let's dissect the first style: styleTitle.

This type of style would be used with a string (a meter with a type String).

It dictates that the meter will be center-aligned, upper-cased, bolded, and with a black shadow with 50/255 opacity.

The font color will be whatever the value of the variable colorText is, and so on and so forth. AntiAlias = 1 antialiases (smooths out) the text, and ClipString=1 means that if the string overflows the amount of space set in the meter, it will be clipped and not continue.

The other styles should be self-explanatory now.

 

Let's remember now what our goals are:

 

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Firstly, I want to change the color of the bar to red (#FF0000 or 255,0,0).

Secondly, I want to change the title of the skin to FREE DISK SPACE.

Finally, I want to change the skin so that it tells me how much free disk space I have, rather than how much I am using.

 

Let's look at the 3rd one first, since it deals with measures (the measure, appropriately named, measures all these things).

Here we see:

 

Code:
[measureUsedDisk1]
; Returns inverted value of free disk space (i.e. used disk space)
Measure=FreeDiskSpace
Drive=#disk1#
InvertMeasure=1
UpdateDivider=120

The name in brackets is the measure's name, and can be called using MeasureName=.

Inside this section, we see the Measure= variable. Here you can set the thing being measured (CPU/RAM usage, networking activity, battery, etc).

Drive= is a parameter of this measure, and here it's being set to the value of the variable disk1 (C:).

InvertMeasure is what we're looking to change. When set to 1, it returns the free space rather than the used. Let's change that to 0 under both measureUsedDisk1 and 2.

We can also find and replace (Ctrl-H in Notepad) all instances of measureUsedDisk with measureFreeDisk, since the measure isn't measured the used space anymore.

 

At this point, save the .ini, right-click the Disk skin, and refresh.

Here is what you should see:

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You'll notice the text changed as well, that's because the text is being taken from the measure's value. If the measure changes, so does the text.

However, we want it to read X/Y free, not used.

Let us scroll down to the Meters section and change that.

Scroll down and look for the meters that have MeasureName=measureFreeDisk1 and 2.

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This is the first one.

Underlined is the Text parameter.

It reads:

Text='%1B/%2B used"

And displays (eg):

86.4/119.2GB used

 

How does it transform those weird strings to that comprehensible text?

Well allow me to explain.

You see how we're calling 2 measures here?

 

Code:
MeasureName=measureFreeDisk1
MeasureName2=measureTotalDisk1

 

What %X does is displays the value that MeasureNameX returns. (MeasureName = Measure #1).

B is a value parser, when attached to the end of a measure like so: %XB, it formats the value as bytes.

Its parameter, AutoScale, dictates whether or not to automatically display the unit in the largest format possible (2 KB instead of 2048 B).

Another parameter of B, NumOfDecimals, is the amount to which the value is rounded. Here it is set to 1.

 

Now we can read the Text parameter as:

First measure's value formatted in bytes + backslash + second measure's value formatted in bytes + the word "used".

 

We said we wanted to change this to Free, so let's do it (in both the meters - valueDisk1 and 2).

 

That's done, I won't provide a screenshot since the change is self-explanatory.

Now let's change the title.

Scroll around (feel free to cheat with Ctrl-F) in the .ini file until you find something like

 

Code:
Text="DISK"

 

Since that is the way you'd display the string whose value is "DISK".

 

Got it!

SriOI.png

As mentioned above in the guide, the style being called here contains a line that parses all text as uppercase, so the value will be displayed in CAPITAL LETTERS regardless of how it is written.

Let's change that up to Free Disk Space.

Save, right click the skin, and refresh it.

You should see this now:

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Almost there!

Before we move on, it's important to cover the rest of the standard attributes of the Meter type.

Meter=STRING is self-explanatory, it's setting this meter as a string and allowing you to access all the attributes that are related to the STRING type.

MeterStyle= calls the style we looked at above and makes this meter inherit its attributes.

X,Y= is the coordinates of the skin on the screen.

W,H= is the dimensions of the skin.

Over time you will learn what each meter type's attributes are and how to manipulate them.

 

Let's move on to our last goal now. We want to find the meters whose type is BAR, and change the bar color to red.

Scroll up and down a bit until you're confronted with:

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We see a new meter type, BAR.

We also see the MeasureName which is being called, it's calling the measure that calculates the amount of free space in order to display it.

The BAR is a smart type, it will automatically convert the amount of free space to a percentage value to display. We set its X and Y coords, and more importantly its width and height, if the width is 190 and the disk is 10% free, only 10% of the bar, or 19px worth, will be filled.

We see also that both of the bar meters, BarDisk1 and 2, call the styleBar style. To change the properties of this bar style, including its color, let's scroll back up and find the style we need.

Here's how it looks:

 

Code:
[styleBar]
BarColor=#colorBar#
BarOrientation=HORIZONTAL
SolidColor=255,255,255,15

 

We see three parameters here, the bar's color, its orientation, and the color of the part that isn't "filled".

We want to change the bar color, which is set by the variable colorBar.

We said earlier that the variables are all conveniently stored in one [Variables] section, so let's scroll back up there, and see what colorBar's value is.

We see:

Code:
colorBar=235,170,0,255

We want red, so let's change it to 255,0,0,255.

Save and refresh the skin, we should be done with our goals now:

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Congrats, you've just tweaked your first ever Rainmeter skin!

What next? Read up on all the types of plugins, parameters, measures, and meters:

http://rainmeter.net/cms/Manual

Get installing your own skins, and tweak them to your need!!!

 

 

 

 

What Rainmeter skins do you recommend?

 

Recommended skins (Click to show)

 

Feel free to post here with your own skin recommendations!

Omnimo by fediaFedia

All of poiru's stuff

 

 

 

Additional tutorials

Tutorials (Click to show)

 

 

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Thank you sir, will get in to rainmeter theming soon c:
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Other guides here on OCN...

- Toransu's Rainmeter Guide (not sure if updated anymore)
- Guide: Rainmeter Temps\Load\Clocks\Volts by Darren9

Skins I'm currently using (recommended)

Gnometer by poiru
Elegy v1 by SABBAT2010
Cowon Clock by marcarnal
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I owe you a rep for this csm... well done writing all this up!
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Thanks all. I saw that old thread but it hasn't been updated for a year... I don't plan on leaving willingly in the near future, and I'm here to write up more tutorials if anyone would give me ideas :P

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