Current version: 1.01b - Changed the taskbar and removed the secondary option. - Changed fonts and sizes. Also disabled AntiAliasing. - Removed the dropdown !bang lists and added links instead. - Removed the Start Button and Tasks functionality. - Removed the clock from the taskbar and wrote a standalone skin for it. - Added a Spotify control skin written for the taskbar. - Added a Winamp control skin written for the taskbar. - Added a Gmail notifier skin which displays new emails.
NOTE: Only tested on native 1920x1080p monitor but should work on any resolution.
History: LoveKush is what I called a Rainmeter skin I wrote for myself whilst trying to clean up my desktop. My roommate saw the skin and asked what it was called and who made it: I told him it's called LoveKush, he laughed and asked if I was serious. For those of you who don't get it: ..really? - He tested the skin for me and soon after I released a screenshot here on dA. I got some good feedback and after a little bit more testing I released the skin. I abandoned the project long ago. I had great things in mind for LoveKush but it got pushed aside for other projects. When I saw it's one of the 100 most popular Rainmeter skins of all time on deviantART I decided to re-touch it and hopefully make it worthwhile having installed.
Features: - Customizeable "taskbar" or "objectbar" for Rainmeter. - Standalone clock skin with similar design as the taskbar. - Standalone Spotify control skin which fits on the actual bar. - Standalone Winamp control skin similar to the Spotify one. - Standalone Gmail Notifier, displaying how many new mails you've got. - A "menubar" with some graphics and extra shortcuts. - Drop shadow effect beneath the bar, looks good on dark wallpapers.
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Original post REMOVED. Feel free to modify. But releasing a mod as your own is a douche move (: Instructions in the .ini file not enough? Check out the docs @ [link]
Same applies to the "start button" - Just remember to change the IMG=...png in the document, or name your files the same as I did in the skins folder. When I made this I didn't know about the user menu-thing where everything is easy to edit for the user. And it's been so long, opening and working on this again would just be a pain. So sorry about that.
Hey really liking the design on this one. Just curious for a beginner not sure how to set the text paths to 1. a program on my computer and 2. to a website. Even if you point me in the right direction of what to Google or look for because I cannot find anything. Thanks!