My first functioning Rainmeter desktop skin submission. Notice: Ideal for 1600x900 screens, though you can adjust the elements for bigger resolutions and set the background wallpaper to 'Fill'.
Latest version of Rainmeter (2.5)[link]
[Special thanks to *ionstorm01 [link]
for all his help and swaying me in the right direction to package and share skins and not just screenshots]
All the credits for the conglomeration of skins go to the original owners as it is a collection of skins from several artists. It contains full skins of each, however, when it loads it will load as it is laid out on the picture above.
I extend my deepest thanks to all of the talented artists that made this skin a reality.
The wallpaper and pictures for the slideshow viewer are in the @Resource file. (You may choose your own collection of pictures by following the instructions in the picture viewer .ini file to set your own path) Also, make sure you install the fonts within each skin file. Some fonts may already be in your system, but after you load this skin and it looks wonky, then that means a font file needs to be added.
Note: Not included is Rocketdock. You may install that by going to [link]
so you can dock your icons to one side of the screen and have a swell looking desktop.
Thank you and enjoy. ^_^
Listed below are the respective skins and artists from where all the elements came from:
-Wallpaper = Fox Moon wallpaper by ~RoflHarris [link]
-Picture viewer = splinterCell_repack by ~vindurriel [link]
-Pictures for viewer = Three Moons by ~saurien [link]
=Eclipse by ~MXB260 [link]
=Sun by ~hachiyuki [link]
-Clock element overlayed over the moon is from the Zepha Skin V2 [Rainmeter] skin by ~ani07789 [link]
(it fit perfectly!)
-System info and monitoring elements = vNext II RM Suite by ~lysy1993lbn [link]
-Eclipse Clock Minimal by ~CybOrSpasm [link]
-Orbital rmskin 1.2 by ~Crosseout [link]
-Winamp Circles by ~Gerguter [link]
-Weather element from Rainmeter - Encoded v1.2.3 by ~lilshizzy [link]
-SGT Splicer's HUD Moon Phase by sgtevmckay [link]
Some rights reserved. This work is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 License.