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Artist's Note

What is Rainmeter?

Rainmeter is a program used to display information on your desktop.

What is this?

This is a rainmeter skin displaying the 4 latest threads on any board of atob. It updates every hour with a random color background, mimicking the signature atob trip code.

How do I install the skin?

Install rainmeter if you haven't already. Download the .rmskn file and run it like an .exe. Follow the dialog instructions. Once the skin appears on your screen, drag it to the desired location.

Anything else I should know?

The skin is resolution width specific, so make sure you know and choose your screen width when loading the skin. The skin auto-loads the 1366 width variant. If the skin looks stretched, or isn't reaching the entire length of the skin, right-click the skin, hover over variants, and choose your screen width. If your screen width isn't listed, comment on the customize.org download page or on the atob thread. I will not make variants for screen resolutions of 1024 or lower.

I don't like to download things, my computer is glutin-free. What should I do?

If you're familiar with rainmeter, there is a pastebin up of most -if not all- of the screen widths available; you should find in somewhere in the atob thread. Just copy and paste into a text editor, save as .ini into a new folder in the skins folder.



Any questions/comments/suggestions should be directed to either the customize.org download page or the atob thread located in the FAQs page of atob.

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Created by atobs-Hulk
on April 11th, 2014

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