balala wrote: ↑March 19th, 2021, 6:36 pm
One question at a time. Will take a look there as well. But maybe post a link of your question (even if I know we've discussed it, just no to look for it).
Yes sure, was also meant as a joke, because of that you had not yet answered there. Therefore, all good ...
But here as requested the link -> Set nested [!SETOption] problem
The intention was exactly this: one update per 20 minutes. At least this is what I understood. The posted values are definitely written for this behavior. Is it ok?
Honestly, I have your suggestions / tips from your last response NOT yet implemented. Currently I am as I said not much on the PC, because I just claim other things.
But as soon as I have set your proposed values and tested, I'll give you feedback of course.
Not sure what is the manual entry which confuses you. Which one is?
Currently, I actually do not really know myself. I have read myself to various Rainmeter topics partly so deeply into the matter that I have just the feeling of an OVERFLOW-ERROR in the head. It is almost no matter what it is about Rainmeter, there are for a problem umpteen different solutions, which then partly contradict each other, or cancel ... or or or.
I say only e.g. read out the physical and logical CPU cores (with my CPU skin where I am parallel also on it).
Or I express it differently. The program Rainmeter has grown over the years so much in its functionality, that it is too complicated for the normal/standard PC-User. Say you have to have partly already professional IT knowledge ... I say only TransformationsMatrix, RegSubsitute, or with the Shapes, if it concerns ARC and CURVE. Honestly, when I read up on the latter, my brain flies away at about half of the manual.
In short, Rainmeter is nice and I don't like to miss it anymore. But with many things I think, you don't really get far with Rainmeter today without a Doctor in IT.
Yes and so also this UPDATE stuff ... If you read something about it in the forum, it says do it this way and that way. Then you read to the same problem the manual, then it stands there again differently (at least I understand it so).
But well, maybe I had the last few weeks just too much Rainmeter.
Make sure you set the UpdateRate to UpdateRate=60000 and not to UpdateRate=60,000.
Yes, I know, in the skin NOT 60,000 but 60000.
I had put the "." only here in the post, not in the skin.
So all good...