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Cool appearances that work with rainmeter

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Kram3n
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Cool appearances that work with rainmeter

Post by Kram3n »

The title says it all i am looking for a cool windows XP free customization that will work with rainmeter any ideas?
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Alex2539
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Re: Cool appearances that work with rainmeter

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Kram3n
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Re: Cool appearances that work with rainmeter

Post by Kram3n »

Nah m8 i would like to change my taskbar :)
wasky1
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Re: Cool appearances that work with rainmeter

Post by wasky1 »

oh right i get you.
you could have your taskbar hidden and use a rainmeter taskbar
scoop6274
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Re: Cool appearances that work with rainmeter

Post by scoop6274 »

Kram3n wrote:Nah m8 i would like to change my taskbar :)
I understand what you want to do, however, Rainmeter is not a taskbar customization tool. You can however do as wasky1 suggested and hide the taskbar and build a or use a skin in place of it. In most of the skins you see where the taskbar looks as though it has been changed use other programs. Some use ViGlance (win7 taskbar for XP/Vista), Rocketdock or Objectdock, or even a Rainmeter skin to emulate the taskbar.

If you are interested in learning more about how Rainmeter works, there is a Tutorial and a Manual located here: http://rainmeter.net/cms/Support

Let me welcome you to the Rainmeter community, and I hope you enjoy it as much as the rest of us.