I have the latest version of Monstercat Visualizer, and the 4.4 version of Rainmeter (same history for 4.3.1 version).
Every time I hover some type of skins I have, Monstercat Visualizer lags way too much when moving the cursor around the desktop.
This does not happen until I hover these specific skins, and this only happens when I move around the cursor on desktop, and not over applications.
I can't find a cause, all my skins are kinda simple ones, and all of them share the same "main" settings, all of them have Update=100, some of them OnUnFocusAction=!Refresh, 5 skins are like this:
So, the skins that make the Visualizer lag are these:
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[Rainmeter] Update=100 MouseActionCursor=0 [Image] Meter=Button ButtonImage=Downloads.png SolidColor=0,0,0,180 W=80 H=30 LeftMouseUpAction=["F:\Files\Downloads"]
1: A simple Audio Skin that shows which device is the default audio output and it also shows the volume, right clicking it changes the audio device (it also refreshes the Visualizer because after changing the default audio device Visualizer isn't shown, I have already tried to disable this option but it doesn't matter, even without this option Monstercat Visualizer lags)
2: A simple skin that Opens my Programs using the FileView Plugin
3: My AudioPlayer, it's so small and simple, I don't know.. (okay it also uses a rotated image but I don't believe that's the cause)
I just tried to the same with other skins and it happens also with my Weather Skin that it's still unedited to match with the rest of my Skins. But that was kinda to be expected since it has millions of meter in it.
All my monitoring Skins work fine and don't change Visualizer's behavior at all, and some other smalled ones.
I don't even know what is the problem here to try and fix it, this is what makes me so frustrated.
And I didn't change anything from the Monstercat Visualizer except the Styling Options and Visualizer Options which meant to be changed.
I start believing it's Rainmeter Application itself. Any kind of help would be much appreciated