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Rainmeter 3.2 Beta r2353

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Rainmeter 3.2 Beta r2353

RainmeterTeam » January 25th, 2015, 5:28 pm

January 25, 2015
The latest 3.2 beta version of Rainmeter is now available from
As usual, Rainmeter 3.2 is fully backwards compatible with skins written for any version of Rainmeter
You need only install on top of your existing installation.
No need to uninstall 3.1 or worry about overwriting changes you have made.
Changes are described at
Change history for Rainmeter at
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Re: Rainmeter 3.2 Beta r2353 Available

doZennn » January 26th, 2015, 3:57 am

The links on the main site still goes to r2326.
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Re: Rainmeter 3.2 Beta r2353 Available

jsmorley » January 26th, 2015, 4:01 am

doZennn wrote:The links on the main site still goes to r2326.
You might want to Shift-Refresh in your browser. I suspect you are still getting a "cached" version.
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Re: Rainmeter 3.2 Beta r2353 Available

doZennn » January 26th, 2015, 4:12 am

jsmorley wrote: You might want to Shift-Refresh in your browser. I suspect you are still getting a "cached" version.
Ah, of course. Now i can enjoy this awesome Favorites menu!
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Re: Rainmeter 3.2 Beta r2353 Available

isymplu » January 26th, 2015, 4:17 pm

Is this version compatible with Windows 8.1 Pro, or Technical Preview (Wndows 10)
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Re: Rainmeter 3.2 Beta r2353 Available

jsmorley » January 26th, 2015, 4:22 pm

isymplu wrote:Is this version compatible with Windows 8.1 Pro, or Technical Preview (Wndows 10)
Yes to both.
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Re: Rainmeter 3.2 Beta r2353 Available

moshi » January 26th, 2015, 7:48 pm

is the Root Config gone from the skin's context menu?
http://docs.rainmeter.net/manual-beta/u ... ntextMenus
i liked this to lauch configs of the same "suite"


i guess
Context Menu: Moved "Open folder" and "Disable dragging" options to the top of the Skins context menu for easier access.
is what causes the reverse alphabetical order here:
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Re: Rainmeter 3.2 Beta r2353 Available

eclectic-tech » January 26th, 2015, 8:18 pm

Hmm... I second moshi's concern about the missing rootconfig menu item.

And my initial context list of skins (right-click notification area) is in reverse alphabetical order...

Here is the difference between Manage view and Context menu for my OPEFS...


Folders are in alphabetical order, .ini files are in reverse alphabetical (but not always?). Subfolder skin.ini files are also in reverse order!??

Hope this helps...
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Re: Rainmeter 3.2 Beta r2353 Available

jsmorley » January 26th, 2015, 8:55 pm

We will take a look at that today.

The missing "root config" item is not good. That is useful indeed.

We will get things straightened up and flying right and do another beta as soon as we are sure.
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Re: Rainmeter 3.2 Beta r2353 Available

Brian » January 27th, 2015, 3:44 am

moshi wrote:is the Root Config gone from the skin's context menu?
eclectic-tech wrote:Folders are in alphabetical order, .ini files are in reverse alphabetical (but not always?). Subfolder skin.ini files are also in reverse order!??
Both issues should be fixed for the next beta. Thank you for reporting.

-Brian