A set of tools that allows greater control over windows using rainmeter itself.
AeroPeekEmulator - Emulates aero peek by using keyshortcuts. Can be used to mimic the "Show Desktop" function of the windows toolbar in rainmeter.
Browse file System - Tools that allow you to browse the file system from rainmeter, and then return the selected file/folder to rainmeter.
CloseProcess - Closes a process by using a pathname to the executable rather then the filename or filespec itself by stripping the path. You can now end a process using the same variable used to execute the process in rainmeter. It also effectively bypasses the webparse and cmd procedure, which is ugly as it has to flash a cmd window everytime you use that method.
OpenCloseCD - Opens and closes the CD tray, then popups a OK button to close the CD tray when finished.
OpenStartMenuHere - a Tool you can find on the internet to open the start menu where the mouse is
RainRepeater - Takes a block of code, and replaces *ReplaceWithNumber* with a number X, for Y amount of times. X is directly related to the loop count. Allows you to rapidly create slider bars, docks, or just repetitive meters in rainmeter.
RunOrMaximizeProgram - A tool that executes the program, then maximizes the program on each subsequent click. Can be used on a dock so you can maximize lets say a chat window instead of opening a new instance each time.
SendKey - A tool that presses whatever key you want when ran. Allows you to set macros within rainmeter.
StandaloneStacks - a jumplist tool for docks
String Button Generator - A small script that automates the process of making a string button, with normal, hover, and clicked states.
TaskList - A small app that will open a list of running programs and processes and lets you manage them. It looks similiar to a right click context menu and has the same abilities of task manager. Very useful for a dock.
TrayPopup - WINDOWS 7 ONLY! Allows you to open the notification tray from anywhere. It displays the notification tray where you mouse is. Can be used on a rainmeter taskbar to mimic the systray.
I will give you the source code for whichever tool that you want. Just ask for it and ill get it to you ASAP.