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Here's a skin that's an expansion on the bars I included in [link] and ~fwjs28's suggestion to make an arc based temperature gauge.

Each of the bars is included in both horizontal and vertical format and auto-update every second. The drive letters can be changed in the relevent config files to show your own hard disks.

The temperature gauges are set to assume that 100 Celsius is the max temp, this can be changed in the formula at the top of that config if necessary (since potentially the temperature could go up to anything (unlike the limits imposed on battery/RAM/CPU) I had to include a limit of my own)).
You'll need to download and have SpeedFan running in order for the temperature gauges to work properly. I included some notes on changing the temperature config for customising it your own setup.

Let me know if there are any problems or suggestions to improve this skin and I'll look into 'em.

EDIT 26/07/09: Swap line added to config as a separate config, this was TheAslan's work based on the skins included in this set. Thanks TheAslan!
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BinaryBrewWorks Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
<noob>How can I display temp text? (like under CPU you have x%, I would like x°F)</noob>
Thanks!
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liamash3 Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2014
thanks for the skin. It looks nice :)
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Orangereapor Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2014
nice work :D
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frozenxuan Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2013
LOOKS AWESOOOOME!
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ghostlerthengineer Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2013
arcs dont work for me
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Jeonghu92 Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2012
I really lowed your work in /lines/temp/ directory but it had bug in compability within mine x64 amd phenom 2 x6 1090T processor so i took littlebit of time to investigate how to get it work.. Here is mine solution which works to me (:
CODE:


[Rainmeter]
Author=Sylvane (Rasylver)
AppVersion=1.0
Update=1000

[Variables]
FontName=Trebuchet MS
FontHeight=5
BackColor=255,255,255,50
LineColor=255, 255, 255

; ===================================

[MeasureCore0]
Measure=CPU
Processor=0
SpeedFanNumber=0

[MeasureCore1]
Measure=CPU
Processor=1
SpeedFanNumber=1

[MeasureCore2]
Measure=CPU
Processor=2
SpeedFanNumber=2

[MeasureCore3]
Measure=CPU
Processor=3
SpeedFanNumber=3

[MeasureCore4]
Measure=CPU
Processor=4
SpeedFanNumber=4

[MeasureCore5]
Measure=CPU
Processor=5
SpeedFanNumber=5

[MeasureCore6]
Measure=CPU
Processor=6
SpeedFanNumber=6

; ----------------------------------

[TempCPU]
Measure=Calc
Formula=MeasureCore0/100

[TempCore1]
Measure=Calc
Formula=MeasureCore1/100

[TempCore2]
Measure=Calc
Formula=MeasureCore2/100

[TempCore3]
Measure=Calc
Formula=MeasureCore3/100

[TempCore4]
Measure=Calc
Formula=MeasureCore4/100

[TempCore5]
Measure=Calc
Formula=MeasureCore5/100

[TempCore6]
Measure=Calc
Formula=MeasureCore6/100

; -----------------------------------

[CPU]
MeasureName=TempCPU
Meter=ROUNDLINE
X=5
Y=43
W=155
H=80
LineWidth=5
StartAngle=4.7
RotationAngle=6.2831853
LineLength=34
LineStart=29
LineColor=#LineColor#
Solid=1
AntiAlias=10

[Core1]
MeasureName=TempCore1
Meter=ROUNDLINE
X=5
Y=43
W=155
H=80
LineWidth=5
StartAngle=4.7
RotationAngle=6.2831853
LineLength=41
LineStart=36
LineColor=#LineColor#
Solid=1
AntiAlias=10

[Core2]
MeasureName=TempCore2
Meter=ROUNDLINE
X=5
Y=43
W=155
H=80
LineWidth=5
StartAngle=4.7
RotationAngle=6.2831853
LineLength=48
LineStart=43
LineColor=#LineColor#
Solid=1
AntiAlias=10

[Core3]
MeasureName=TempCore3
Meter=ROUNDLINE
X=5
Y=43
W=155
H=80
LineWidth=5
StartAngle=4.7
RotationAngle=6.2831853
LineLength=55
LineStart=50
LineColor=#LineColor#
Solid=1
AntiAlias=10

[Core4]
MeasureName=TempCore4
Meter=ROUNDLINE
X=5
Y=43
W=155
H=80
LineWidth=5
StartAngle=4.7
RotationAngle=6.2831853
LineLength=62
LineStart=57
LineColor=#LineColor#
Solid=1
AntiAlias=10

[Core5]
MeasureName=TempCore5
Meter=ROUNDLINE
X=5
Y=43
W=155
H=80
LineWidth=5
StartAngle=4.7
RotationAngle=6.2831853
LineLength=69
LineStart=64
LineColor=#LineColor#
Solid=1
AntiAlias=10

[Core6]
MeasureName=TempCore6
Meter=ROUNDLINE
X=5
Y=43
W=155
H=80
LineWidth=5
StartAngle=4.7
RotationAngle=6.2831853
LineLength=76
LineStart=71
LineColor=#LineColor#
Solid=1
AntiAlias=10

; ----------------------------

[MeterCore2Label]
Meter=STRING
Text=" "
X=180
Y=150
StringAlign=RIGHT
FontColor=#LineColor#
FontSize=#FontHeight#
FontFace=#FontName#
AntiAlias=1

/:CODE

P.s Thanks for avesome work! Here is link to picture [link]
P.S.s I've deleted gpu meter but i'll try to get it work.. as soon as i manage somehow to do it i'll send updated code for it.

-J-
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Rasylver Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2012
Looks good, nice work.
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Izumo199 Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Looking good man! I like your work.
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Rasylver Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2011
Thanks :)
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AndrewNautical Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2011
Thanks, dude! works great!
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vpg1986 Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2011
how do i add this skin to rainmeter??
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vpg1986 Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2011
ok got it!! was too busy to figure it out ma self so asked but ne ways
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:iconcrazysal:
crazysal Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2011
simple & nice
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morgaman Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2010
excellent skin! does the speedfan application support 4-core processors? all of the skins ive seen only have core 1 and core 2 gauges.
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Rasylver Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2010
I'm not sure, I haven't actually had the chance to test it on a quad-core system.
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TheInterest Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2010
is there black version for it?
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:iconrasylver:
Rasylver Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2010
Not at the moment, sorry. :(
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eriic Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2010
nice & good
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Rasylver Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2010
Thanks
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ShiroiKumo Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2010
Love it, Thanks! This is my favorite style of theme (simple, minimalistic, functional, etc.) and this one seems perfect!
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TheInterest Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2010
How do I edit the name of my HDD drive? I want F: and G: edit to C: drive because I only have one.
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Rasylver Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2010
Well, you can just keep one of the HDD meters closed. In the one you want to keep open for your C: drive, right-click the skin, go to skin menu > edit skin and in the config that opens, just under [Variables] near the top, you should see a Drive=G: (or similar), change the drive letter here to what you want it to be, save the config + refresh the skin and the meter will monitor the correct drive with the correct drive letter shown.
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TheInterest Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2010
Thanks! Works well now. Only thing what I want it to tell HOW MANY GB left, not the percentage. :/
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Rasylver Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2010
I've got that somewhere, I'll look it up and get back to you. ;)
Oh, I released this skin based on Lines, if you're interested - [link]
I'll have to find the code for GB free for that too, though (they'll be the same anyway).
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TheInterest Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2010
Oh :) They look great too! Thanks for it. ;)
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Rasylver Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2010
Ok, here's how you change it to show the amount of space left on a drive...

Go into the config for the drive meter, scroll down to the [MeterPercent] section and change it to the below:

[MeterPercent]
Meter=STRING
MeasureName=MeasureHD
X=140
Y=25
FontColor=#FontColor#
FontSize=#FontHeight#
FontFace=#FontName#
AntiAlias=1
;Postfix="% FREE"
Text="%1B FREE"
;Percentual=1
AutoScale=1

That'll change it from % free to MB/GB free (should be the same for Lines 2.0). :)
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TheInterest Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2010
Thank you very much!!!!!:D

Does ;p replace just "p" or ";p"?

postfix="
percentual=

or

;postfix="
;percentual=
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Rasylver Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2010
It's "; Postfix="% FREE" and "; Percentual=1". You can get rid of both lines if you want, the semi-colon is just there to make Rainmeter ignore the line, I just left it there in case you wanted to change it back at any point.
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n-e-r-e Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2010
nice design, good job
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Rasylver Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2010
Thanks :)
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Aliamus Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2010
Also ^^,
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Rasylver Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2010
Thanks. So, are you going to use this one or Hobbes when you get your laptop back? :p
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Aliamus Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2010
honestly i don't know anymore every time you upload something i get more comfused AHAHAH
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Rasylver Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2010
Check through my gallery of rainmeter skins before you make a decision, then. ;)
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Aliamus Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2010
ohhh my god i'm afraid to get lost on lust AHAH but i'll be sure too tomorow today is kinda late for me already and i like to take my time ^^, lol
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Ruune Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2009   Digital Artist
Ok, sorry about this newb question, but I'm not all that great with rainmeter but this skin is VERY aesthetically pleasing. So I need to make it work :D.

First of all, I can't figure out how to configure this. All I get are straight lines, but I want concentric circles. Second of all, how do I configure for 4 independent cores and 4 independent core temperatures?

Second of all, I just wanted to thank you for making such a beautiful system meter. Its what I've been looking for.

Thanks!
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Rasylver Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2009
If I remember correctly, I only included the concentric circles for the temperature gauges. I could look at creating something that's completely concentric circles and probably will at some point but that's something that's been done quite a few times by other people, I believe.
If you look up the comments on this at the code posted by ~fwjs28 that should give you a starting point for making arcs for other system stats, it'd be mostly a case of positioning after that.

To configure more sensors, you'd need to identify which number they are linked to in SpeedFan - can't really remember how I did that now, I don't currently have it installed. If you can see the temperatures in there, then copy a section of code such as

[MeasureCore1]
Measure= Plugin
PlugIn= PlugIns\SpeedFanPlugin.dll
SpeedFanNumber=3

changing the SpeedFanNumber should get it to pick up another temperature, you can then check that on SpeedFan to make sure you get the right temp.

You'll also need a section like:

[TempCore1]
Measure=Calc
Formula=MeasureCore1/100

As all the values used by the arcs need to be percentages if you're going to get something that works effectively.

Finally, you'll need a section of code like the below:

[Core1]
MeasureName=TempCore1
Meter=ROUNDLINE
X=5
Y=43
W=155
H=80
LineWidth=5
StartAngle=3.0
RotationAngle=6.2831853
LineLength=58
LineStart=53
LineColor=#LineColor#
Solid=1
AntiAlias=10

Play around with the StartAngle, RotationAngle, LineLength and LineStart values to get different arcs. LineLength and LineStart control the width of the arc (i.e. in this case the width is 58-53=5) - you use that instead of LineWidth oddly enough.

That's pretty much what you need for an arc. You need a measure which picks up the initial value, then you convert it to a percentage, then the arc (meter) displays it on screen.

Let me know if you run into any problems, Ill see if I can explain it a bit better. ;)
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Special-Designs Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2009  Hobbyist Artist
what program do i need to use this ?

yahoo widget ?
or
rocketdock ?

thanks!
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Rasylver Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2009
Check the category you're posting in.

Customization > Skins & Themes > System Monitoring > Rainmeter

You need Rainmeter.
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NuclearBlasshole Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2009  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Can you please make a meter cputemp? i want it looks exactly same like ram meter...please
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Rasylver Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2009
Here it is: [link]
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NuclearBlasshole Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2009  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Thank you! It's exactly what i ment, absolutely beautiful!!!!
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fwjs28 Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2009
[link] ...hmm interesting..
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fwjs28 Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2009
the gpu temp works now..(odd)and i would like to change the green meter but i dun know...i should be able to figure this out...
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Rasylver Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2009
Usually when it gives you a green meter like that, it means it can't find the colour it's looking for and it's given that colour instead. Make sure that arc a colour and that there's no typos etc that'd stop it finding it.
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fwjs28 Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2009
oh, ok...i'll have to find and copy that part of the code...i do kind of like the way it overlaps though...
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Rasylver Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2009
You're probably just missing out a "LineColor=" line on that meter. Fix that, and you'll be able to keep the positions.
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fwjs28 Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2009
i know i probably did a few no-noes like making font color=linecolor but hey, it works..it comes out as this... [link]

[Rainmeter]
Author=Sylvane (Rasylver)
AppVersion=1.0
Update=1000

[Variables]
FontName=rockwell
FontHeight=12
BackColor=255,255,255,50
LineColor=255, 255, 255

; ===================================

[MeasureGPU]
Measure=Plugin
PlugIn=PlugIns\SpeedFanPlugin.dll
SpeedFanNumber=0

[MeasureCore1]
Measure=Plugin
PlugIn=PlugIns\SpeedFanPlugin.dll
SpeedFanNumber=3

[MeasureCPU]
Measure=CPU

[MeasureRAM]
Measure=PhysicalMemory
; ----------------------------------

[TempGPU]
Measure=Calc
Formula=MeasureGPU/100

[TempCore1]
Measure=Calc
Formula=MeasureCore1/100

; -----------------------------------

[GPU]
MeasureName=TempGPU
Meter=ROUNDLINE
X=5
Y=43
W=155
H=80
LineWidth=5
StartAngle=4.70
RotationAngle=6.2831853
LineLength=51
LineStart=46
LineColor=#LineColor#
Solid=1
AntiAlias=10

[Core1]
MeasureName=TempCore1
Meter=ROUNDLINE
X=5
Y=43
W=155
H=80
LineWidth=5
StartAngle=3.0
RotationAngle=6.2831853
LineLength=58
LineStart=53
LineColor=#LineColor#
Solid=1
AntiAlias=10

[CPU]
MeasureName=MeasureCPU
Meter=ROUNDLINE
X=5
Y=43
W=250
H=200
LineWidth=5
StartAngle=4.70
RotationAngle=6.2831853
LineLength=51
LineStart=46
LineColor=#LineColor#
Solid=1
AntiAlias=10

[RAM]
MeasureName=MeasureRAM
Meter=ROUNDLINE
X=5
Y=43
W=250
H=200
LineWidth=5
StartAngle=3.0
RotationAngle=6.2831853
LineLength=58
LineStart=53
LineColor=#LineColor#
Solid=1
AntiAlias=10

; ----------------------------

[MeterGPULabel]
Meter=STRING
Text="GPU"
X=120
Y=70
StringAlign=RIGHT
FontColor=#LineColor#
FontSize=#FontHeight#
FontFace=#FontName#
AntiAlias=1

[MeterCore1Label]
Meter=STRING
Text="CORE1"
X=60
Y=10
StringAlign=RIGHT
FontColor=#LineColor#
FontSize=#FontHeight#
FontFace=#FontName#
AntiAlias=1


[MeterRAMLabel]
Meter=STRING
Text="RAM"
X=150
Y=130
StringAlign=RIGHT
FontColor=#LineColor#
FontSize=#FontHeight#
FontFace=#FontName#
AntiAlias=1

[MeterCPULabel]
Meter=STRING
Text="CPU"
X=-5r
Y=20r
StringAlign=RIGHT
FontColor=#LineColor#
FontSize=#FontHeight#
FontFace=#FontName#
AntiAlias=1
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Rasylver Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2009
Nice, well done. :)

Are you going to leave the arcs in those positions or try to combine them into one set?
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