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New version of JSMeter using the new BUILT IN RAINSTALLER!

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jsmorley
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New version of JSMeter using the new BUILT IN RAINSTALLER!

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zombie
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Re: New version of JSMeter using the new BUILT IN RAINSTALLER!

Post by zombie »

Awesome work, looks great. :thumbsu: :thumbsu:


I did, however, notice one problem. Changing the units for the weather to 'c' does fetch the values in degrees celsius, but the skin still shows 'F' for the current temp, and the wind speed still shows mph instead of km/h. (verified the feed from yahoo, it's in the correct units at the source)

Easily fixed on my end, just thought I'd let you know.
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Re: New version of JSMeter using the new BUILT IN RAINSTALLER!

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zombie wrote:Awesome work, looks great. :thumbsu: :thumbsu:


I did, however, notice one problem. Changing the units for the weather to 'c' does fetch the values in degrees celsius, but the skin still shows 'F' for the current temp, and the wind speed still shows mph instead of km/h. (verified the feed from yahoo, it's in the correct units at the source)

Easily fixed on my end, just thought I'd let you know.
I'll look into that.. Thanks! I must have zigged where I meant to zag someplace.
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Re: New version of JSMeter using the new BUILT IN RAINSTALLER!

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great work jsmorley mate

i liked it so much that i downloaded rainmeter beta to install it, however i dont know if its the skin or rainmeter but it manage to freeze my pc a little, i installed then installed the skin, then i applied the theme... this is how it look
i had a look at the variables but couldnt resize the skins or move them, any way i wanted to change the windows theme when i opened windows 7 themes, and rainmeter shot to 49% cpu and took a min to calm down and let me changed the theme, rain browser is slow and doesn't respond quickly

i dont know if this a bug in rainmeter 1.2 beta or ur skin but thought i would let u know, how can i resize or move the ur skin mate?

great skin again mate
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Exactly what I was looking for -- this is great, thanks!

Just one quick question: how exactly do I measure/display multiple cores? I see this bit of text in the JSSystem.ini: "See this .ini to see how to add CPU cores" but nothing I can find in JSSystem.ini seems to indicate how to do it.

Also, there's a tag 'uptime' but I don't see anything regarding uptime either?

Thanks again!

Edit: found the 'processor=n' from http://rainmeter.net/RainCMS/?q=NewsRainmeter1.2Beta so I got it work; also snarfed the uptime skin from enigma and plopped that into the JS sidebar. Looks great, thanks again!
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Re: New version of JSMeter using the new BUILT IN RAINSTALLER!

Post by sivlin »

This is fairly awesome. I'm definitely going to be using this!

Thanks Jsmorley
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Re: New version of JSMeter using the new BUILT IN RAINSTALLER!

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i have a problem the themes cant resize to same in my resolusion!



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sumrtym
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Re: New version of JSMeter using the new BUILT IN RAINSTALLER!

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jmorley,

I love the look of this and when building a new pc for my parents a few weeks back, this skin is what convinced me to install rainmeter.

After I finished their pc, mine died a death within 24 hours afterwards! Talk about bad luck. I'm still in the process of installing software / getting my old files onto a new build. I was wondering if you have a newer version of JSMeter you would share (the one shown in the screenshot of your signature). I love the addition of the working recycle bin showing how many items, as well as the changes to your drive meters. Would you be willing to share that new one?
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Re: New version of JSMeter using the new BUILT IN RAINSTALLER!

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zombie wrote:Awesome work, looks great. :thumbsu: :thumbsu:


I did, however, notice one problem. Changing the units for the weather to 'c' does fetch the values in degrees celsius, but the skin still shows 'F' for the current temp, and the wind speed still shows mph instead of km/h. (verified the feed from yahoo, it's in the correct units at the source)

Easily fixed on my end, just thought I'd let you know.
Care to explain what I need to edit to fix it?
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Post by Seahorse »

How to change the F to a C when you have set Metric but still see an F in the meter.

Having waded through the jsweather 2.ini I found this:

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[MeterNowTemp]
Meter=STRING
MeasureName=MeasureNowWeatherTemp
X=130
Y=5
W=130
H=20
FontColor=#TempColor#
FontFace=#FontFace#
FontSize=20
StringStyle=BOLD
StringAlign=RIGHT
AntiAlias=1
Text="%1°F"
LeftMouseDownAction=!Execute ["[MeasureLink]"]
Change the line:

Text="%1°F"

to read:

Text="%1°C"

Save and refresh Rainmeter (refreshing skin didn't do anything).
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