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Modeled after the Steam dialogs. Large, clean, and easy-to-read.

Font and alternate alarm.wav files available in skin archive. See the readme.txt file for more info.

Added weather window and 2 new entry categories

Version 1.1

Comments (5)


Very nice skin. But how do you change the location for the Weather window? I don't care about the weather in Lexington. Also, couldn't find the readme.txt file for this skin. Thanks!

Fri, Dec 24th at 05:48am (4 years ago)
ibsi says:

if you live in germany:

There you can search your country and get the rss feed over the icon on the right.

Tue, Feb 15th at 06:41am (4 years ago)
rca626 says:

Sorry I didn't reply before now. To view the ReadMe.txt file, just add ".zip" (without the quotes) to the end of the filename (i.e., rename it Steam.r2skin.zip). Then unzip the file, and the readme.txt can be viewed inside. When you're done, just delete the ".zip" from the end of the filename.

To change the weather, just go to the MSN RSS site (the URL is in the skin properties window). I couldn't find a better way to figure out the correct URL except through trial and error. In the U.S., just enter the state and then play around with the 4-digit number code until you have the city you're looking for (the code MUST be 4 digits, so you'll have to enter leading zeros for codes under 1000, like "0024" or "0127"). Then copy that URL to the properties window. Hope this helps.

Sun, Apr 3rd at 07:07pm (4 years ago)
ilpillo says:

sorry, I cannot find the "properties window"
Where is it?

I have rainlendar 2.8.1 64bit

Thu, Jul 21st at 06:08am (4 years ago)

No clock design :(

Tue, May 28th at 02:52pm (2 years ago)

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on November 15th, 2010


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