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FlashyBar Rainmeter Theme
Flashy Bar 1.1

Require rainmeter 4+

A rewrite from my setup, using more simple code to make it easier to customize.
Aim to show more info and aesthetic on the simple bar.
I can’t promise it won’t have a performance impact, but I can guarantee it looks neat.

About skin
CPU and GPU bar use Core temp and MSI afterburner measure, you can change the measure in the skin .ini file appropriately to your setup.
The drive bar flash effect uses your disk read/write speed instead, it will automatically update and use the top speed of your disk.
To add more drive bars you can simply duplicate the drive skin folder.
Each skin has a setting and layout files respectively in its folder for easier customization.

Plugin included:
MSI Afterburner plugin  by stangowner
SysColor plugin 1.1  by Brian
Some icons are from




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Skin Details & Instructions

The FlashyBar rainmeter skin was developed and created by not-Finch and was originally published on DeviantArt Jan 17, 2019.

To open up and configure any settings for the FlashyBar theme, simply double click on the time, date or day of week.  Once clicked, you will be presented with a popup with all the settings to configure FlashyBar to your needs.

For the FlashyBar weather widget to work correctly, you need to set your weather code within the settings menu.

Yes, the FlashyBar rainmeter theme does support Spotify however you won’t be able to see the progress of the song. Only the buttons (stop, pause, skip) and song name will work. To fix the progress bar issue you will need to configure the variables within the player.ini to webnowplayer or use spicetify widget.

You can resize any FlashyBar widget (date, time, day of week text, recycle bin and Spotify) by scrolling your mouse UP and DOWN.

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