Desktop Goodies: Mio Akiyama 2 Rainmeter

Hey, good news. Since I found a cute pictures of K-ON, I considered to reawake K-ON Rainmeter project again. There will be 3 rainmeter skin of this particular K-ON skin. So, I will create Mio Akiyama, Ritsu Tanaka, & Kotobuki Tsumugi Rainmeter skin. Unfortunately however, I can’t find Yui Hirasawa’s picture that fits with these three (I’m still trying to find her picture, however, for the completion of K-ON characters). Anywa, in the meantime, here’s Mio’s Rainmeter skin. Again.

5-19-2009 9-21-17 AMSkin Name: Mio Akiyama 2

File Size: 206 KB

Color Theme: Black

Download: https://www.onlinefilefolder.com/4sDdjqHY6GA8a6

Note: A Rainmeter application can be downloaded in my previous post. Don’t forget to extract and move the folder to your Rainmeter skin directory. Happy downloading!

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9 responses to “Desktop Goodies: Mio Akiyama 2 Rainmeter

  1. Hi all i have a question how can i make that it was showed other disks in the skin not only C plz answer on m mail fast THX

    • Well, first you have to define what HDD you want to display and put it in the [Variables] tag, let say HDD2=”E:\”. Then, you have to put the variable in a measure tag, let say you put it in the [MeasureDiskSpace2]. Then in that tag you will have:
      [MeasureDiskSpace2]
      Measure=FreeDiskSpace
      Drive=#HDD2#
      Then, all you need is to print the used disk space. Let say you want to put it in a some kind of a horizontal bar chart, so you have to define another tag like [MeterDisk1Bar]. The inside of that tag will be:
      [MeterDisk1Bar]
      Meter=BAR
      MeasureName=MeasureDiskSpace2
      X=0
      Y=0
      W=68
      H=2
      BarOrientation=HORIZONTAL
      BarColor=”255, 185, 70, 230″
      SolidColor=”96, 48, 48, 32″
      Scale=100

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