Ah, I see - me neither, although I know for sure that if I really had a very strong reason to make one, I would manage to get it done. It's all about motivation and "mood" for me in these things, though technically since I only have the now defunct SharpDevelop 5.1 I'm not sure it would be enough of an environment for a plugin. There's also a bit of laziness involved, so it's ok, no rush. Just let me know if you ever manage to do it.
Oh WOW!Cariboudjan wrote: ↑November 26th, 2020, 2:40 pmTo reserve 50 pixels of space at the top of the screen, the command would be:
"Droptop Rainmeter.exe" 50
It will only accept one command on its initial open and not change after that (another thing I'd like to change if it becomes a plugin at some point), so if you want to change the size from 50 to 100, you would need to taskkill first.
taskkill /f /im "droptop rainmeter.exe"
Thanks, that's helpful, I managed to do it, tested a game and the change was persistent. However, simply killing the process using Task Manager or taskkill.exe didn't restore things the way they were - I had to kill it, run it again with , then kill it again. It's not that much of an issue though, as these things are very fast and would be done on an automatic basis (e.g. script or through Rainmeter's RunCommand, maybe even directly in a bang, if possible, like , or the similar bang using the executable's path). Anyway, it works nicely, if I'm not mistaken you can even "toggle" between "0" and "50" by pressing UP, DOWN, LEFT or RIGHT keys on the keyboard on the application's initial run?! I even managed to reserve space on the right of the screen somehow, but did it using the keys above. Is it possible to choose the "side" you want to reserve space through parameters?
Excellent program! Congratulations for making it and looking forward to see how and if it evolves!
What for? While trying to help you in your posts I was always left with the feeling that what I suggested or tried wasn't quite enough. I'm glad it helped you though - I might try the whole skin these days, I'll keep that in mind.