Image is visible on my end, and also using backslashes.If in some cases the text is longer and it doesn't fit in a single line, you probably will need to define them, along with a ClipString=1 option on the String meter.
as for the app name, I keep that in mind so it always fit, in case it doesn't, I keep the ClipString=1 in mind
when testing, not sure what the Divider=-1 exacly does, but it's working on 1 little thing.
when I open the menu, the text DOES NOT show, but once I hover over the first button and leave, it's working,
when I close the menu and open it, 3-5 min later, the sub menu name is visible.
while it didn't work entirely, when opening the submenu, the text was in the upper left coner,
I added the update + redraw to it (it didn't had redraw before when it isn't needed, but is required for this)
So that is working smoothly, but while I need to make some tiny undjestments, it will work nicely, probably need
the Y on everything + 50 else it probably wont work entirely, but it's an easy fix.
so I got 1 final question.
While font is set to "Arial" (I can change this), but so far, RainMeter is able to read every font,
regarding to this, the question:
FontFace=#FontName# (so this variable is readed
when I set it to for example:
if the Name of the font is no present on their system, and create a folder "Fonts"
do I also need in hte variable FontName=#@#Fonts\<FontNameHere> ?
to use the font inside that folder?
While the font is working with the name I want, (I think its default) "Colonna MT"
it works nicely.
if I dont need #@#Fonts\ than I can create the image, because it working smoothly
Thank you for the sweet help =) (I dont know how to give +1 or like if possible).