arcanosa84 wrote: ↑September 16th, 2023, 2:15 am
My friend, do not reserve the solutions too much, after hours of testing the possible options, I used the disabled again in the checks and I see that it was activated, but well, I did not use it with the idea of balala, which makes sense, and I see easier to understand the option he proposed, don't leave all the scientific analysis to me, you two who are more advanced had a hard time coming up with an idea, it would only take months, and I'm not against the manual, I don't want you to keep thinking In that, I read and did not use before the comparison that I showed in the formula for this:
The syntax allows for a single IfCondition to embed logical AND && and OR || comparisons in the formula. Unlike IfEqualValue for instance, which allows for a single comparison, you could use IfCondition=(MeasureName = 5) || (MeasureName = 10), to check if the value of MeasureName is "5" OR "10". You can also use the full range of logical operators, so rather than being limited to "equal", "above" or "below", you can use any of <> = < > <= >= && ||.
This is an excerpt from the manual, and what I understand there, except when translating, is that it allows a single comparison for the measurement of the example, I thought I could not compare 2 at a time, that is a mistake of reading or translation?
I ask to know whether or not it is an error when translating to take precautions and avoid bad practices.
I don't reserve solutions, but yeah, I don't like to always serve them on a plate, and that will not change. It's not only that it's easier for us to use a brief explanation and a link and let you figure out the obvious, but it's more efficient for you as well, considering that you're not an absolute beginner anymore. If you keep asking for final solutions for every little thing out there, you will end up not knowing how to do those yourself, when you need it. Experiencing difficulties and managing to solve them yourself is the most effective way to learn, just like in your example with the baby learning to walk - at some point, he has to do it himself, even if he would prefer to still be aided.
By the way, we didn't have a hard time coming up with an idea here, we just didn't want to bother much coming up with an "unnatural" alternative to it like disabling and enabling again in quick succession. IfConditionMode is the natural way to do it in this case and many others and you'll need it in the future, it's just that here it added an extra redraw when not changing pages, that could have been avoided for performance reasons.
Regarding the translation or understanding it, we can't help if you have trouble doing that yourself, that's your job, there are plenty of tools doing that online. We won't be always here or willing to explain what's already written or implied on the docs at every basic step along the way, that's absurd. If I have absolutely zero trouble translating online and properly understanding the translation in my native language which is way less used compared to Spanish, why should you? This has nothing to do with being proficient in Rainmeter. Other than that, just curious, don't they teach English in primary school in Latin America (just guessing here)? I mean, it's not like they use words that you don't encounter in your everyday life, in the news, in a musical piece, in a movie, on your computer, on your phone, and so on.
The excerpt is about being able to have multiple comparisons (the word is at the plural) in a single IfCondition (at singular). Even without deducting this, since AND and OR between comparisons are mentioned in code snippets, it doesn't take much thought to realize what this is all about. Basic reading comprehension, nothing "scientific" about it, if you ask me.