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Thanks for the quick reply. I've done all of the steps up to the calling as well, and I am trying to find a way to work it to call the manager myself. Might there be a way to view/edit the resources within the .exe of Rainmeter so that it can be told to call the manager?
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@Shriver, Not too sure. I wonder if a exe could be made that just executes Rainmeter !manage. This way the exe would have an Icon that should take the Gadget icon's place.

 

 

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Been messing with the Gnometer skin for a couple of days and after a bit of editing I've got working how I want

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Editing the files is actually surprisingly easy once you know your way around.
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I don't understand how I missed this so many times.
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post #55 of 56
Toransu am trying to get my gnometer system to look like your modded "speedfan" one, but without any luck... Is there any chance you could upload your config? so I can see where I went wrong?

Thanks alot
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I have installed the JARVIS UI for my Windows 8 computer. the desktop i found to be easy to edit (with the help of youtube), but i cannot get the scaling correct, because i giess it is made for LANDSCAPE monitor setups.

Question: how do i scale it so that it fits good in portrait modes? currently 3x1, all portrait mode, 3438x1920

apologies for bringing this thread to the top again. wasn't sure where to direct my question
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