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Artist's Note

Minimialist joy. Inspired by the smoky look of Panthero Glass' backdrop, but frustrated by the candy-bar-of-doom form-factor, I hacked apart and hacked together Furbino. What emerged is a modularized group of status monitors, and originally-conceived mostly-working RSS aggregation that is clean and functional, above all else.

Currently included:
SysInfo: General computer information (hostname, date, uptime, etc)
Network: IP, RX/TX speeds, graph
Memory: Used/Free/Total Physical and Swap meters
CPU: CPU meter(s) with histogram
Disks: Used/Free/Total for Disks
RSS: Parsing of RSS2.0 standard feeds. Currently having problems with RDF feeds, so no Slashdot, but most others seem to work. Includes RSS skins for HardOCP, Engadget, Gizmodo, AnandTech News, The Register and Silent PC Review.
Battery: Battery status and whatnot.

Hope you guys enjoy it!

Check out the companion Rainlendar skin:

Version History:
1.0 - Release!
1.01 - Minor fix for RSS (The Register plugin was broken, revealing a regex flaw. Now fixed in all plugins.)
1.02 - Minor fix for the Memory meter. There was a padding issue that made it difficult to snap the modules together.
1.03 - Fixes for a couple bugs (sysinfo alignment and memory meter had an additional G in there), added multi-core cpu meter and multi-disk meters, cleaned out some RSS meters that didn't work. Also, Zip version to play nice-nice with the luddites. Huzzah!
1.1 - Added a battery meter for the laptop Rainmeter users out there. Jumped to 1.1 since I actually added a feature! Will wonders never cease.

Licensing: the artist has specified that ports and mods are allowed.

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Comments (5)

elfurbe says:

Re-uploaded. I messed up the memory meter when I was fixing it. Ironic. Sorry for the quick replace. I also fixed the SilentPCReview RSS feed and made the default Disk meter display only C.

Wed, Nov 15th at 03:07pm (11 years ago)
Snowman says:

Call me oldfashioned, but would it be possible to get a zip version? ;)

Wed, Nov 15th at 07:31pm (11 years ago)

yeh I think this is more usable that your rainlendar... at to least to me. Good to mess around and customize too

Wed, Nov 15th at 11:09pm (11 years ago)
npy says:

Thanks !

Tue, Jun 19th at 05:31pm (10 years ago)
peakjcw says:


Sun, Aug 24th at 01:19am (9 years ago)

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Created by elfurbe
on November 15th, 2006


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