I've been a long time user of Rainmeter, but I've never contributed to this community. Let alone, any community. I'd like to change that.
Over the years, I've picked at and modified skins that are readily available. Recently, I've decided to try and learn more about Rainmeter by building my own skins. There's still a lot I need to learn, but I now know enough to bring some of my ideas to fruition. It's not as difficult as most people might think, but Lua Scripting is still well beyond my understanding.
I've just released my own suite echo ONE and any feedback you can give me would be greatly appreciated.
I hope that my contributions going forward will be worthy additions.
It is currently February 27th, 2020, 2:52 pm
Introduce yourself to the Rainmeter community!
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Thank you, jsmorley.jsmorley wrote:Nice looking suite of skins! Welcome aboard.
I've learned quite a lot from many of your posts. The most recent being "making the noob mistake" of using incorrectly. I was able to implement the proper way of updating my skins, but there's one area that still needs fixing. I'll make a post on that.