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ForceXtended Skin

A package of skins with a "theme" or by a single author
mallchin
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Re: ForceXtended Skin

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Iamanai wrote:Oh oops I gave you the wrong thing because I misunderstood.

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%NUMBER_OF_PROCESSORS%
is indeed what you would use. Oops!
No problem.

New version pushed. Now detecting cores (threads) automatically and able to over-ride if desired.
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raiguard
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Re: ForceXtended Skin

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EDIT: Never mind... I figured out my problem.

I have one question... I forked your repo and cloned it to Rainmeter\Skins\ForceXtended, which means that the skins are in Rainmeter\Skins\ForceXtended\Skins\ForceXtended. This messes up the skins and they don't work correctly anymore.

How do you have the repo set up on your computer? Do you have it cloned to the Rainmeter folder itself?
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mallchin
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Re: ForceXtended Skin

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Been a while but *new* version out :D
mallchin
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Re: ForceXtended Skin

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Iamanai wrote:EDIT: Never mind... I figured out my problem.

I have one question... I forked your repo and cloned it to Rainmeter\Skins\ForceXtended, which means that the skins are in Rainmeter\Skins\ForceXtended\Skins\ForceXtended. This messes up the skins and they don't work correctly anymore.

How do you have the repo set up on your computer? Do you have it cloned to the Rainmeter folder itself?
I've checked it out into a generic Repositories directory and created a symlink from the Skins directory to it (using mklink).
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raiguard
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Re: ForceXtended Skin

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mallchin wrote:I've checked it out into a generic Repositories directory and created a symlink from the Skins directory to it (using mklink).
Aha! That is so genius! Thanks a bunch. Now I shall see what I can do to help with ForceXtended.
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mallchin
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Re: ForceXtended Skin

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Iamanai wrote:Aha! That is so genius! Thanks a bunch. Now I shall see what I can do to help with ForceXtended.
Glad to help :)