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Customizing Twitter

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Flux02
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Joined: September 3rd, 2009, 6:35 am

Customizing Twitter

Post by Flux02 »

First off, great job, I've used Rainmeter before, but the newest release is VERY nice and friendly. Running Win7 RC1 64-bit, and installed and set up without a single problem. Thanks!

I was wondering if it is possible to customize the Twitter app to display more than 8 updates, and larger font size. At 1920x1280, it's not doing my eyes any favors.

I see in the file the font height1 and 2, but making those any larger then cuts off any part that is bigger than font size 8. Hard to explain, but it seems like there is only space for font size 8, and anything larger gets cut off. How can I make more display space? (Height-wise only. Length wise I already figured out)
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jsmorley
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Re: Customizing Twitter

Post by jsmorley »

Flux02 wrote:First off, great job, I've used Rainmeter before, but the newest release is VERY nice and friendly. Running Win7 RC1 64-bit, and installed and set up without a single problem. Thanks!

I was wondering if it is possible to customize the Twitter app to display more than 8 updates, and larger font size. At 1920x1280, it's not doing my eyes any favors.

I see in the file the font height1 and 2, but making those any larger then cuts off any part that is bigger than font size 8. Hard to explain, but it seems like there is only space for font size 8, and anything larger gets cut off. How can I make more display space? (Height-wise only. Length wise I already figured out)
it's all in the W, H, X, Y and FontSize parameters of the meters.

http://www.rainmeter.net/Manual.htm

http://rainmeter.net/RainWiki/index.php?title=Rainmeter_101