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organiC 2.0 for Rainmeter by Crosseout organiC 2.0 for Rainmeter by Crosseout
organiC 2.0 is everything organiC 1.1 isn't; which means:

-Easily customizable

-HD

-Easily customizable

-Efficient

-Your Comment:)



CREDITS:

-This skin uses RainRGB4 by JSMorley ([link])
Visit JSMorley's dA here [link]

-wallpaper (not in package): [link]



README:

Note: for Rainmeter 2.4 beta (r1578) and up.

To edit size, color, opacity and so on, activate the "options.ini" skin. You can either middleclick the skin with the title "organiC 2", or you can rightclick any skin-->organiC2-->Options.ini.

To edit a skin, middleclick on it. There you can click on various components to turn on/off.
Click on "measure:..." to select a different measure. (A list will pop up to the right).

To edit Applaunchers, middleclick the skin-->"Measure:"-->"AppLaunch", now you can edit the app's name and filepath.

NOTE, don't copy "" marks in the textinput.

If a skin duplicates itself on top of itself, simply rightclick-->deactivate; this can happen if changing between editmode/normalmode too fast.
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HorseLearnsPhotoshop Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This might be a stupid question, but how do you delete and add cells? I don't get an option and I also can't double click to open (AppLaunch) applications. Please help me!
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Dugatee Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2014
I'm trying to change the font, but it refuses to change.
In global.inc, g_fontface is set to Helvetica LT Std Roman, which is the same as the filename in Skins\organiC 2\resources\fonts (.ttf of course), I save and refresh, lo and behold, nothing happens. What can I do to change it?
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Mophydo Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2014  New member Hobbyist Digital Artist
Some people have already asked this, but there was never an actual answer and I can't figure it out... so how do you add more hexagons? I accidentally deleted some that I want back, and also I want to add one for CPU temperature.
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Crosseout Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
hey
in the rainmeter folder for organic 2, go to skins, here you will find lots of "compounds". copy paste and change the name to a number that is not taken. then edit the file itself and where it says "n=" change the number after the = sign to the same as the name of the file.
then edit "c_edit", do the same for "n=" and there you go, you have a extra compound.
to edit what that compound measures, just middle click it.
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ultraphotosonic Featured By Owner May 7, 2014
Any way to make this show the hours in a 12hr format instead of 24hr military time?
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Spaum Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2014
Awesome! I love this skin. But i don't understand how to add new hexagon. Can someone explain me?
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Spaum Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2014
Okay, I found a way to create new hexagons, and made ​​a video, enjoy www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ikjfrg…
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scarper1 Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2014
Hiya, I love your rainmeter skin can I ask is it possible for you to add a double bond instead of just a singular one? That way I could make some really awesome molecular structures on my desktop Please 
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phantomghost1525 Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
This is EPIC: I love how you can choose where the stems come out of the cell!! :)
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TrueJuju Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2013
Is there a way to change it so, instead of measuring D:\, the component can measure a different drive? I don't have a D-drive, but I do have one labelled G, which I would like to measure.
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