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Sleek-y Rainmeter Skin by Fawadd Sleek-y Rainmeter Skin by Fawadd
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PLEASE READ THE DESCRIPTION
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My second Rainmeter skin, having:

- A sleek look and design.
- My Computer, Start Menu/Screen, Chrome, WMP, Docs
- Nowplaying.dll for Windows Media Player
- An Information Panel, showing basic quick information about your computer
- 5 Different colors
- Clock, Date
- Weather ( Self Detecting Weather by kop4 )

Note:
Before installing the skin, you must have a special plugin required for this skin named OpenStartMenu.exe, you can get here: www.chrisnsoft.com/download (THIRD ONE), and paste it in ["C:>Program Files>Rainmeter>Plugins"]

FULL SCREEN PREVIEWS: fawadd.deviantart.com/art/Slee… fawadd.deviantart.com/art/Slee…

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Other Resources and Credits
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Weather Skin: kop4.deviantart.com/art/Self-D…
Weather Icon set: Plain Weather Icons by MerlinTheRed
Led Psd: Led Cinema Display by Nemed
Right Icons: Metro UI Icon Set by dAKirby309
CAD psd[under info panel]: UI Goodies by jonarific

Plzz put a fav if you download :) thanks it costs you nothing .... !

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FOR XWIDGET
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Another fellow Deviant jimking ported this to XWidget namedSleek Widget (MULTICOLOR) for xwidget.
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:iconabdurrehmankhan:
abdurrehmankhan Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2014
Hi, Fawadd.

Great Skin indeed and superb work!

I'm running 15.6" FHD Screen but This skin isn't working well.
Everything looks giant and over-scaled.

Is there any thing I can do to make this awesome thing work?

Here are my screenshots:
Screen 1: postimg.org/image/q10bpoav3/
Screen 2: postimg.org/image/owyfiuyyp/

Tanks.
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Fawadd Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Hi, Glad you like it :)

I am really confused with your situation! although the layout placement is still perfect!
I will definitely look into this.
Really sorry for bugs, after all this was my 2nd skin!
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Fawadd Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
I'm afraid you're not on a FHD (FullHD) resolution mate, i.e: 1920x1080.
Just ran into your second screenshot, it clearly says it there.
Check Section: Most common display resolutions in the first half of 2014

I will In'sha'Allah publish the version 1.2 of this skin soon with multiple screens support. :)
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:iconabdurrehmankhan:
You're logically correct and infect I was also confused after seeing resolution in that skin, lol.
But When I went into control panel to check my display resolution, it clearly displayed my screen to be running on 1080p which is my native resolution with DPI scaling on default.
And thanks again for your such fantastic and creative work and good luck with your next update!
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suprblackjezus Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2013
Thank you, love it!

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Fawadd Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Your welcome, :) 
Glad you like it
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BK6690 Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2013
nice job man....
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RidKurn Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2013  Student Digital Artist
nice job fawad :D
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smurfier Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2013
Just a couple tips...

You should never place an exe file in the plugins directory. That is only for dll plugins that Rainmeter calls as measures. Instead place it in the @Resources folder. At this point you are also using a full path to a location that may not always be true to call the addon (this is the proper term in this case). You should look into some of the Built-In Variables for this.

When calling the @Resources folder, there is no need to define the whole path. Simple use an existing built in variable of #@#.
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Fawadd Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer
OMG thank you so much man!
You really made a sense there like putting the .exe plugin in the @Resources folder instead of asking everyone who installs it to the Plugins Directory.
and that way i can simply give the file path in the code and no one will ever know :) thanks i got it! i really never thought of it this way ;) I really 
appreciate how you spent your time explaining me these tips thanks again!
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