Name: Stepris Skin Suite
– A flat-designed taskbar having start button, music player and battery indicator
– A visualizer with a progress bar
– 12 hour Clock and date widgets
– Launchers for applications
– App name pop-out on top of the desktop
– Custom user-friendly configuration (right click on any skin -> Stepris Config)
– Changeable colors
– Supports all major media players
– Rainmeter 3.2
UI Design: Inspired by Red Stripes by Viveks in www.mycolorscreen.com
Clock, Date, Taskbar, Launchers, Player, Hover Info: T-Projects
Visualizer: T-Projects (modified skin), MarcoPixel (original skin – Monstercat Visualizer)
Font: ITC Avant Garde Pro
Icon for media controls: Themer Media Icons
Wallpaper: Sorry I can’t remember the site name from where I downloaded the wallpaper
– After installing the skin suite, right-click on any Stepris skin and click Stepris Config to change the settings
– If you want any app launcher, please comment on the app name
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Skin Details & Instructions
The Stepris rainmeter skin was developed and created by T-Projects and was originally published on Deviantart Jan 7, 2015.
To open up and configure any settings for the Stepris 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 Stepris to your needs.
For the Stepris weather widget to work correctly, you need to set your weather code within the settings menu.
Yes, the Stepris 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 Stepris widget (date, time, day of week text, recycle bin and Spotify) by scrolling your mouse UP and DOWN.