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ROG Rainmeter Skin / Launcher

mdn15
Level 7
I can't find a ROG rainmeter skin anywhere. Anyone up for dev?
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DaemonCantor
Level 13
Because there isn't one...Yes I know it sucks but there isn't a R.O.G. Theme ether I've been working on that my self for a while now...

I have a R.O.G. Theme for windows 7. I used an orb changer and changed the start orb to the R.O.G. Logo. I then used the red layout. and used a R.O.G. Wallpaper.

I can link later
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DaemonCantor
Level 13
But do you have the Folders?, Misc Icons, a ROG Trash can, Sound Set, Cursors...? if you look me up on Deviant Art you'll find the folders, I've been working on the Cursors lately and a Trash Can....

DC, Is this yours?
icons
These are cool. Trash can, cursor?
I need a cold shower.

:::: EDIT ::::
Why yes it is..and here it is..
DameonCantor/DeviantArt/Asus ROG Folder Set
Thnx.c.

DaemonCantor
Level 13
Well you found me chrsplmr....Now I gotta go hide again

Cyrekk
Level 10
It has been five days, and the concept of an ROG Rainmeter skin is worthy of attention. I am bumping this and seconding the idea of someone taking on the dev.

E; DC, "forest" is misspelled in your sig, unless of course you mean "forrest."
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SYSTEM SPECS

DaemonCantor
Level 13
I did that on purpose to see if any one care enough to tell me I was Stupid and didn't know how to speell...Lol

I would take on the Rainmeter dev. thing but I have no Idea where to get the Source and get up to speed on it...Plus is it in C or Assembly...I haven't learned C yet because I've never needed it...

Cyrekk
Level 10
C/C++/C# is the only way to fly man.
But yeah assembly is awesome in it's own right.

I also have no idea which one is used in Rainmeter.
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It is an ini base configuration, basically everything is linked and configured via config fileS.

Ex

; Lines starting ; (semicolons) are commented out.
; That is, they do not affect the code and are here for demonstration purposes only.
; ----------------------------------

[Rainmeter]
; This section contains general settings that can be used to change how Rainmeter behaves.
Author=poiru
AppVersion=1003000
Update=1000

[Metadata]
; Contains basic information of the skin.
Name=Clock
Description=Displays the current date and time.
License=Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0
Version=1.0.0

[Variables]
; Variables declared here can be used later on between two # characters (e.g. #MyVariable#).
fontName=Trebuchet MS
textSize=8
colorBar=235,170,0,255
colorText=255,255,255,205

; ----------------------------------
; MEASURES return some kind of value
; ----------------------------------

[measureTime]
; This measure returns the time in a 24-hour format (i.e. HH:MM).
Measure=Time
Format=%I:%M:%S %p
; For a 12-hour clock, change the Format option above to: %I:%M %p | %H:%M
; Refer to the Rainmeter manual for other format codes.

[measureDate]
; Returns the date as DD.MM.YYYY
Measure=Time
Format=%m / %d / %Y

[measureDay]
; Returns the current day
Measure=Time
Format=%A

; ----------------------------------
; STYLES are used to "centralize" options
; ----------------------------------

[styleTitle]
StringAlign=CENTER
StringCase=UPPER
StringStyle=BOLD
StringEffect=SHADOW
FontEffectColor=0,0,0,50
FontColor=#colorText#
FontFace=#fontName#
FontSize=10
AntiAlias=1
ClipString=1

[styleLeftText]
StringAlign=LEFT
; Meters using styleLeftText will be left-aligned.
StringCase=NONE
StringStyle=BOLD
StringEffect=SHADOW
FontEffectColor=0,0,0,20
FontColor=#colorText#
FontFace=#fontName#
FontSize=#textSize#
AntiAlias=1
ClipString=1

[styleRightText]
StringAlign=RIGHT
StringCase=NONE
StringStyle=BOLD
StringEffect=SHADOW
FontEffectColor=0,0,0,20
FontColor=#colorText#
FontFace=#fontName#
FontSize=#textSize#
AntiAlias=1
ClipString=1

[styleSeperator]
SolidColor=255,255,255,15

; ----------------------------------
; METERS display images, text, bars, etc.
; ----------------------------------

[meterBackground]
Meter=IMAGE
ImageName=#SKINSPATH#\illustro\SHARED\Background1Line.png
; #SKINSPATH# is a global variable that stands for your skin path. It is
; usually Documents\Rainmeter\Skins.
X=0
Y=0

[meterTitle]
Meter=STRING
MeterStyle=styleTitle
; Using MeterStyle=styleTitle will basically "copy" the
; contents of the [styleTitle] section here during runtime.
MeasureName=measureTime
X=100
Y=12
W=190
H=18
Text="%1"
; %1 stands for the value of MeasureName (measureTime in this case).

[meterDay]
Meter=STRING
MeterStyle=styleLeftText
MeasureName=measureDay
X=10
Y=40
W=190
H=14
Text="%1"

[meterDate]
Meter=STRING
MeterStyle=styleRightText
MeasureName=measureDate
X=200
Y=0r
; r stands for relative. In this case, the Y postition of meterValueCPU is 0 pixels
; below the Y value of the previous meter (i.e it's the same as in meterLabelCPU).
W=190
H=14
Text="%1"

[meterSeperator]
Meter=IMAGE
MeterStyle=styleSeperator
X=10
Y=52
W=190
H=1


This is for my current generic clock. However, this is all I know about it.
Link to Rainmeter! LINK
Possibly useful for code examples LINK
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Mobo: ASUS Crosshair V Formula
CPU: AMD FX-8150 BE 3.6GHz
Cooling: Corsair H60 Water Cooling kit.
Ram: Corsair Vengance 16Gb 1600 Mhz
SSD: 120GB Kensington SATA 6 GB/s
HDD: 2X Seagate 1Tb SATA 6 GB/s 7200RPM (Raid 0)
GPU: AMD XFX Radeon HD 6870
PSU: 850W XFX BE
Optical Drive: Sony 24X DVD Burner
Optical Drive: LG Blu-Ray Burner
Case: Coolermaster HAF-X
OS: Windows 7 x64 Ultimate