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How do I make a Screen Saver with Rainmeter?

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Buchiedu
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How do I make a Screen Saver with Rainmeter?

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I'm new to rainmeter and I want to make my screensaver a picture (the same as my background) with a functional digital clock in the center. Is this possible? If so could I have a step by step guide?
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CyberTheWorm
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Re: How do I make a Screen Saver with Rainmeter?

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Buchiedu wrote:
May 15th, 2020, 9:27 pm
I'm new to rainmeter and I want to make my screensaver a picture (the same as my background) with a functional digital clock in the center. Is this possible? If so could I have a step by step guide?
Well rainmeter is not a screensaver but it should be able to display that all the time.

https://docs.rainmeter.net/manual/ go here first, there are some guide on how to create a skin, then if you are having trouble come back for help. We will assist and help you once you get stuck.

Or goto here and download a skin and edit it to suit your needs
https://forum.rainmeter.net/viewforum.php?f=27
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Re: How do I make a Screen Saver with Rainmeter?

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Buchiedu wrote:
May 15th, 2020, 9:27 pm
I'm new to rainmeter and I want to make my screensaver a picture (the same as my background) with a functional digital clock in the center. Is this possible?
Besides CyberTheWorm's reply, I'm not entirely sure what you mean by "I want to make my screensaver". I just suppose you'd like to show that skin (the picture and the clock) only if the computer is idle for certain minutes, same as a screen saver does. Am I right?