Here are things I have tried and that did not fix the problem
- Disabling anti-aliasing within the affected meters.
- Changing my Windows clearType settings.
- Ensuring I did not have two copies of the skin, one over the other, or two copies of the same meta.
- Switching from the current beta to the stable release.
- Restarting Rainmeter.
- Changing font (from the monospaced font Consolas to the monospaced font Droid Sans Mono).
- Examined my meter settings to see whether anything is wrong. Here is the relevant code:[/list]
I edit my skin file is Sublime Text and the file has this encoding: UTF-16 LE.
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font=Consolas font_forValues=Consolas fontSize_meter=16 [style_label] AntiAlias=1 ClipString=1 FontColor=#col_font# FontFace=#font# FontSize=#fontSize_meter# H=30 SolidColor=#col_transparent# StringAlign=LEFT StringCase=NONE StringEffect=NONE [meter_cpu_value_cpuTemp] DynamicVariables=1 MeasureName=measure_coresTemp Meter=String MeterStyle=style_value NumOfDecimals=0 Text=%1° ToolTipIcon=info ToolTipText=[measure_coresTemp:1]° ToolTipTitle=CPU temperature ToolTipType=0 X=70r Y=#y_pos#
The fonts displayed elsewhere on my computer and indeed in the rest of the skin and in others skins seem OK.
EDIT: actually, no, I seem to have distorted fonts in a few places outside of Rainmeter. So seemingly in fact this is not a Rainmeter problem . .