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Rainmeter Skins / organiC 2 for Rainmeter

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Artist's Note

organiC 2.0 is everything organiC 1.1 isn't; which means:

-Easily customizable


-Easily customizable


-Your Comment:)


-This skin uses RainRGB4 by JSMorley ()
Visit JSMorley's dA here

-wallpaper (not in package):


Note: for Rainmeter 2.4 beta (r1578) and up.

To edit size, color, opacity and so on, activate the "options.ini" skin. You can either middleclick the skin with the title "organiC 2", or you can rightclick any skin-->organiC2-->Options.ini.

To edit a skin, middleclick on it. There you can click on various components to turn on/off.
Click on "measure:..." to select a different measure. (A list will pop up to the right).

To edit Applaunchers, middleclick the skin-->"Measure:"-->"AppLaunch", now you can edit the app's name and filepath.

NOTE, don't copy "" marks in the textinput.

If a skin duplicates itself on top of itself, simply rightclick-->deactivate; this can happen if changing between editmode/normalmode too fast.

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

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Sum Ghai says:

I keep getting an "invalid settings in: (location of organiC_2.rmskin)" whenever I try to install it. Please help. It's become increasingly frustrating.

Fri, Aug 10th at 12:36am (5 years ago)
Kazkel says:

like it but it would be really helpful if you labelled them something other than compound one through thirty something for customisability. Using this with a different layout to yours is a pain even with amazing option functions.

Sun, Jun 9th at 02:55pm (4 years ago)
DzGam3Er says:

nice (y)

Fri, Feb 7th at 01:15am (3 years ago)

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Created by crosseout
on July 30th, 2012


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