If I wanted to do the same with a full string like CPU Name, would it still work, and what role does the variable setting for "W" play?
I have something like this:
And I was just at the very early stages of testing the "truncation" effect with fixed values (it is my intention to use the percentage of CPU "used" once I get the concept down.
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;================================================= ; Rainmeter configuration file ; Updated April 22, 2010 ;================================================= ;[BEGIN CONFIG FILE]============================== [Rainmeter] Author=Jeffrey Morley BackgroundMode=2 SolidColor=0,0,0,1 DynamicWindowSize=1 Update=500 [MeasureCPU] Measure=CPU [MeasureCPUName] Measure=Registry RegHKey=HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE RegKey=HARDWARE\DESCRIPTION\System\CentralProcessor\0 RegValue=ProcessorNameString UpdateDivider=3000 [MeterCPUNameGray] Meter=String MeasureName=MeasureCPUName FontFace=Trebuchet MS FontColor=180,180,180,255 FontSize=25 AntiAlias=1 StringStyle=BOLD X=0 Y=0 W=900 H=35 [MeterCPUNameColor] Meter=String MeasureName=MeasureCPUName FontFace=Trebuchet MS FontColor=255,0,0,255 FontSize=25 AntiAlias=1 StringStyle=BOLD X=0r Y=0r W=900 H=15
This doesn't seem to do what I expected. I was sort of expecting the "color" meter to be truncated in height, showing the gray meter behind it... Clearly I am missing something.