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KeyState

Skins that monitor system information
crosseout
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Joined: February 2nd, 2012, 8:20 pm

Re: CSKeyState

Post by crosseout »

ouch... now I feel awkward having published this:http://crosseout.deviantart.com/#/d4o8dss
simulating keyboard ledlights was what I was going for, I had no idea that it had already been done.. :confused:
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KreAch3R
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Joined: February 7th, 2011, 7:27 pm
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Re: CSKeyState

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jsmorley wrote:
I guess one could put them down on the taskbar set to "stay topmost" so they don't fight the taskbar always wanting to be in front.
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Very good positioning, it even remids you of where the leds used to be (relatively). I try to avoid using "stay topmost" option, however, even I love the concept of a skin above the taskbar, because of it's persistence to stay topmost even in media player's full mode, or even screensaver. Now that we are talking about it, does your to-do list include a way to disable this? :) Perhaps by detecting a full screen (without taskbar) application?
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jsmorley
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Re: KeyState

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Dec 17, 2013: Updated the KeyState.dll Rainmeter plugin for some changes to the Rainmeter Plugin API.

New .rmskin in the first post of this thread.
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ZipD
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Re: KeyState

Post by ZipD »

Hi JS,

Would you be able to build in the functionality to set the state? So far I've been using a powershell script but its really slow.