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[Rainmeter] Update=1000 DynamicWindowSize=1 AccurateText=1 ---Measures UsageMonitor--- [MS_UsageMonitor_BatteryDischargeRate] Group=BatteryRateGroup Measure=Plugin Plugin=UsageMonitor Category=BatteryStatus Counter=DischargeRate Name=ACPI\PNP0C0A\1_0 [MS_UsageMonitor_BatteryChargeRate] Group=BatteryRateGroup Measure=Plugin Plugin=UsageMonitor Category=BatteryStatus Counter=ChargeRate Name=ACPI\PNP0C0A\1_0 [MT_Battery] Meter=String FontFace=Consolas FontColor=255,255,255,255 SolidColor=47,47,47,255 Padding=5,5,5,5 AntiAlias=1 Text="Battery Discharge Rate = [MS_UsageMonitor_BatteryDischargeRate:]#CRLF#Battery Charge Rate = [MS_UsageMonitor_BatteryChargeRate:]" DynamicVariables=1
- Rainmeter is installed and ran right after installation
- Rainmeter is executed as administrator
Otherwise, it only displays 0 on both charge and discharge rates.
I thought I got away from this issue with the newest betas, but I was apparently wrong - probably because I only checked if the values are displayed right after installing+running immediately afterwards, otherwise disregarding things as I keep my laptop on AC power anyway and I was busy with tweaking other skins in the meantime.
Do you have any solution to this? Of course, if you are able to replicate it. Just replace with the name of your battery instance in Permon.msc (if you have a battery, that is). I'm using the latest Rainmeter beta on Windows 10 Enterprise v1803, on a UAC disabled administrator account - I already specified this on another topic, but just in case you need the specs, there you have them.