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Jeff
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Re: Small docs suggestions

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https://docs.rainmeter.net/manual/skins/rainmeter-section/#DragMargins
So what are the values for DragMargins?
Left, Top, Right, Bottom?
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Re: Small docs suggestions

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Jeff wrote: November 15th, 2021, 7:48 pm https://docs.rainmeter.net/manual/skins/rainmeter-section/#DragMargins
So what are the values for DragMargins?
Left, Top, Right, Bottom?
Pretty much.
DragMargins=0,20,0,0 Makes 20 pixels from the top non draggable.
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Re: Small docs suggestions

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I got a new suggestion for a website to be blocked from here :)
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Re: Small docs suggestions

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Jeff wrote: December 9th, 2021, 9:59 am I got a new suggestion for a website to be blocked from here :)
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What about we talk it out with them, in case they want to host the skins. Cause the site looks good lol
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death.crafter wrote: December 9th, 2021, 12:31 pm What about we talk it out with them, in case they want to host the skins. Cause the site looks good lol
It's made in Elementor, so of course it looks good

Anyways, there are sites like visualskins, windowscustomization and rainmetercentral that are just rehosting sites and don't change anything else in the skins, then there are sites like <not putting any here since my comment will get edited> that host as if they've made skins.
You'll always be better off getting the original files from Github, DeviantArt or even here, without million layers of proxies (and broken copyright agreements) these sites create.
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Re: Small docs suggestions

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https://docs.rainmeter.net/manual/settings/rainmeter-section/

The rainmeter.ini's [Rainmeter] page still dosen't include Language and HardwareAcceleration options
For Language I know the language numbers are here, maybe you guys have a link to a Microsoft Doc though
Only suggesting Language because you could parse the .ini and could automatically set the language if you want, now the part where you get volunteers to translate a skin to 20+ language is another story :v
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Re: Small docs suggestions

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Jeff wrote: December 26th, 2021, 5:51 pm you could parse the .ini
Lua doesn't read utf-16 files 😔
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