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Rainmeter Photo PSD by Hanabiratachi48 Rainmeter Photo PSD by Hanabiratachi48
PSD file for my Chiichan Rainmeter skin so now you can replace the photo in the frame with any picture.

Rainmeter Skin can be found here: [link]



:bulletblack: To Use: Open the PSD file in a graphics application like Photoshop, Paint Shop Pro. Gimp or Paint.net.

Open the picture you want inside the frame and place it above the photo layer (It should be a clipping mask). Save it as a PNG file and overwrite the one in the rainmeter skin.

The image is named chiichan.png, you can also edit the Rainmeter skin file ( chiichan.ini ) and change the background picture's filename too.


:mechabug: Important: You MUST save the new background as a PNG file to keep the transparency.
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rositacapo Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011
wuaooo amazing thank you !!!
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xsylwiaboox Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i used this polaroid frame with tape here [link]
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Hanabiratachi48 Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
YAY! Glad to see someone making use of one of my projects :D
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xsylwiaboox Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
u welcome.
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anyhow2004bc Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2010
My screen has a really large resolution in which case, the skin looks very small.

Is there a way to scale the whole thing up automatically instead of trying to do that to each of the meters one by one??
That would also help me test the whole thing on different sizes too, if I don't like the size the first time around.
Thanks.

Himanshu
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Hanabiratachi48 Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Unfortunately due to the limitations of the Rainmeter program itself, there is no way to auto-scale it. You have to do it all manually. ;_;
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