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Dillr Aero for Rainmeter by XantoZ Dillr Aero for Rainmeter by XantoZ
Well, I saw the great Dillr. Skin for Rainmeter [link] from [link] known as "@spr33" (inactive at deviantART) and just made an Aero version of Dillr.

Here's what has come out.

Large preview: [link]

You can get the font for the RSS part here: [link]

Thanks to @spr33 for making such an awesome minimalistic Rainmeter skin ;)

Dark font version for lighter backgrounds maybe upcoming later. If you want to change the color of the CPU bars for example, just ask in the comments for it.

[QUOTE] spr33
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NO MODIFICATION OR REPACKAGED DISTRIBUTIONS WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION. DISTRIBUTION, ELECTRONIC OR OTHERWISE FOR PECUNIARY GAIN IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED.

*In otherwords do not modify this theme, do not change it around and upload it somehwere else without an email from me saying you have permission and do no sell my work on ebay or by any other means to get money.*
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spr33 | visionleague™

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Credits to @spr33. Have fun using it.
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F-5 Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2009
Can you tell me how to do a 12 hr clock?
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XantoZ Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2009
What exactly do you mean? 12 am and 12 pm? Well, it's depending on your windows clock I think.
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F-5 Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2009
Ya. My windows clock is 12 hrs and it still military time.
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XantoZ Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2009
Hm, open the clocks.txt in "C:\...\Vista Rainbar\Skins\Gadgets\Dillr Aero\Clock" and go to:

[MeasureAMPM]
Measure=Time
Format=%p

I don't know exactly how to change it but just try replacing the ';p' with certain letters.
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XantoZ Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2009
The "p" :D
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XantoZ Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2009
Ah, just found out @fediafedias iPhone clock:

"If you want AM/PM time, under [MeasureTime] replace the format with this:
Format="%I:%M %p"

For seconds, ad %S"
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