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Levitation Interface by gdroland Levitation Interface by gdroland
This is my latest (11/17/2010) rainmeter desktop interface. It is based on a modified wallpaper orginally created by dnb_nOise and his original wallpaper is included in the zip file.

The layout relies on a custom Rocketdock with clean light grey icons on the left and includes menus via 7stacks for all my media and games. The rainmeter skins come from a couple of different sources, some are my own creation while others are from the Simplicity pack here on DA. The graph/histogram inbetween the time and date displays both CPU usage (bottom) and temperature (top) via speedfan plugin. The other meter bars are labeled.

Let me know what you guys think in the comments. Thanks!
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Xyreal Mar 5, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
is there a way to have the GPU temperature measured by the nvidia GPU observer gadget on windows 7 instead of installing MSI afterburner?
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simplyjessie01 Nov 2, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
ask link for ur wall bro...
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AlexiLaihoTheReaper Apr 11, 2012  Student Digital Artist
hey mate, i can not change the font to the venus rising you included :(
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:iconajent-j:
I've been digging through a lot of rainmeters. This might just be my favourite one!
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:iconmaryfarrukh:
Please share with us the font you are using on clock and date, day e.t.c


Regards...
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Shikiru Dec 2, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
How do i change what HDDs it displays , i'm using C:,D:,H:
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:icongdroland:
if you right click on the skin and edit it, there is an option under Measures called "drive=". Just set that to whatever letter followed by a ":"
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