Maybe because of the UAC prompt? I don't use such, so it might be a potential reason.
Well, if you only have one skin that needs Administrator privileges, as per your posts, I imagine you don't have a ton of includes or !WriteKeyValue bangs in it, and it's simpler from a code point of view. That being said, the #@# variable does work, it just refers to path for the portable version (assuming it was installed in C:\ in the installation window), and as long as you move the skin requiring administrator privileges in the #@# will refer to the correct path in your recently moved skin.CodeCode wrote: ↑September 26th, 2020, 12:50 pmAdditionally all of the includes are not working since the #@# variables no longer are in the Documents parent, instead they are in the C drive variant portable folder - so I have no idea how to set the path, other than the literal way rather than the #blabla# way.
It looks to me that you want to have your cake and eat it too in this scenario, which is obviously not going to work. As long as you do things the way each Rainmeter variant is designed to do them, things will start to work.