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Report bugs with the Rainmeter application and suggest features.
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- Joined: August 6th, 2009, 3:03 pm
killall-q wrote:Holy cow â€” formulas do work. I didn't find that out before because they don't work if there are any spaces, even inside parentheses. Even stuff like
!RainmeterSetVariable YPos (#YPos#+10)
is OK. So increment/decrement was already there as another easter egg.
I understand about WM_MouseWheel, when the idea came to me I was thinking about how in Opera you have the option to change tabs by scrolling on the tab bar, but Opera is a single window program and already has focus.
I had actually just changed stuff around to implement the Set Variable formula stuff but it was already there! Good thing you mentioned this.
To be able to use a formula in a !RainmeterSetVariable bang you have to use it like:
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!RainmeterSetVariable variable "([SomeMeasure] + #variable# + 10)"
You need parenthesis as far as I know and have quotation marks allows for spaces in the formula.
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- Joined: June 10th, 2009, 8:26 am
The mouse wheel scroll thingy would be exellent if there was...
because then you could have the roll of the mouse wheel move meters until an action is applied ie [!RainmeterHideMeter SomeMeter]
or is there allready away to moniter the X Y position of a meter.. Im not sure. please reply if you know.
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- Joined: August 14th, 2009, 8:04 am
That would be a niche application, but... this monitor can be done by having a calc measure trigger something when an incrementing variable X or Y position reaches a value. !RainmeterSetVariable in my testing works instantly (and on a side note, doesn't need DynamicVariables=1 to function) so no matter how fast you clicked that variable should increment reliably and then every update the measure would check if you passed its threshold.