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Wisp v2.4.2 for Rainmeter by FiiZzioN Wisp v2.4.2 for Rainmeter by FiiZzioN
Check out my other projects!
Tribute v2.1 for Rainmeter: Link

Tributes Clock v2.1 for Rainmeter: Link

Wisp boasts many features!
* Interactive Configuration App (Config options are case sensitive!!)
* Cpu (Overall Cpu usage. Temperature monitor.)
* Memory (Ram usage and Swap usage.)
* Drives (Drive usage, up to two drives.)
* Gpu (Gpu usage and temperature. Currently supports one Gpu.)
* Network (Net, up and down.)
* Weather (Weather description, graphics, temperature, wind speed, wind direction, humidity, chance of rain, sunrise, and sunset. Up to three days.)
* Email (Currently only supports Gmail.)
* Recycle Bin (Monitors recycle bin size.)
* Clock (Twelve hour and twenty-four hour clock modes.)
* Date (Current day of the month, month, and year.)
* Taskbar (System monitor, twelve and twenty-four hour. Program launcher, twelve and twenty-four hour. Supports five programs / urls)
* Themes (Currently four themes: Green, Red, Blue, and Dark Orange)

Main wallpaper:

Panels Wallpaper:

If you have Rainmeter installed, then that's basically all you have to do! Required Rainmeter version: 3.1.0 or higher.
All theme wallpapers are included in the package!

Programs used for system temps!
Cpu temp:

Gpu temp:

To get the best use out of the taskbars included, I recommend using Desktop Coral.

If for some reason you find yourself needing a fresh copy of Stangowner's MSI Afterburner.dll, you should go to this page. 
All information on how to install the .dll manually is presented at the top of the first post.

Different Resolutions!
I'm currently not taking resolution requests! Sorry for the inconvenience!
Max resolution I can offer is 1920 x 1080, sorry!

Resolutions made:
1920 x 1080
1680 x 1050
1600 x 900
1440 x 900
1366 x 768
1024 x 768


    Changed the CoreTemp download link. This is the correct, and clean, version of CoreTemp.


    Temporarily took away the resolution request button.
    Removed the version history tab in the config.
    Other minor changes to the config.

    Added themes to the skins features.
    Added four themes: Green, Red, Blue, and Dark Orange


    Fixed Weather Code entry box not displaying in the proper location.
    Changed how the Recycle Bin app handled displaying the 'Empty' option when showing its current size.
    Better clarified how you should enter your email username and password.
    Added ‘Version Information’ tab to the config.
    Removed many duplicate and unused images.
    Added variable so users can more easily edit the maximum number of emails that the skin will register.


    Added 1024 x 768 to the config.


    Fixed minor bug that would cause swap on the system taskbar to overlap other entries. 


    New Config app that supports the new features in version 2.0
    System taskbar added.
    Program taskbar added.
    Better support for the new D2D rendering engine in Rainmeter 3.0
    Fixed a bug where the SWAP values would go into massive negative numbers.
    Better way of making new resolutions. I'm still figuring out a way to make it 100% automatic.
    Mixed weather units. Example: Celsius while using Mph for windspeed.


    Now loads the Config.ini when installed.
    Added 1600 x 900 to the config.
    Fixed positioning of the Recycle Bin meter.
    Fixed random typos throughout the skin.


    Added different resolution options to the config


    Initial release

Known Bugs!
When installing the skin or running the config app, Rainmeter becomes unresponsive and locks up. 

Info about this bug:
    Thanks to H0rwood, I've found out that the config tool is causing the issue. 
    At this moment I'm not quite sure what's in the config that's causing this to happen.
    Currently, the work around is to force close Rainmeter. After that you should be able to edit the '' file and then launch the apps individually.

Theme Help!
I've added themes for the current release. So far I have green, red, blue, and dark orange themes, but I'd like to add more.
If anyone's good with PS and your interested in helping make more themes, don't hesitate to contact me!

Suite Author: FiiZzioN
Weather Icons Author: MerlinTheRed
MSI Afterburner.dll Author: Stangowner
Just the Panels Wallpaper: thehatersalad
Weather Mixed Units Inspiration: itz4mna

Frequently Asked Questions!

Contact Me!
If you notice any bugs or want any features added, contact me at my:
* Email address:
* DeviantArt profile: Link
* profile: Link

Once again, thanks for downloading Wisp!

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gauhaug Featured By Owner 3 days ago
Skin works great and look incredible, but when I use the weather skin. It will only show the 2 last days, and not the current day. Is that a bug or did i do something wrong. I have checked the locationcode and it's correct. I have also checked it with other cities, same result. Other then that it looks fantastic, so thx for a great skin

the location code is: NOXX0035

i can olso fint the information that should show on the webpage. so there is most likely something wrong in the code for the current day
FiiZzioN Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Certainly not a bug in the code as mine still works, and apparently others still work as well, or there would be more comments saying that they had the same issue. I hate weather issues because there are two components that can go wrong, one being the RegEx being wrong, the second being the location code being entered wrong. Ok, so, if I'm able to get all three days, as well as the others that aren't having this issue, then the RegEx is still correct. I'm also still getting my correct weather information for my area, so that means that I've entered my location code correctly. Since you are getting the last two days to appear and if they are correct then that means you also entered the code in correctly.

Ok, so, the RegEx is right, so that's not the issue. The location code is entered right because we are getting the correct information for the last two days, so what does that leave? It leaves the WebParser.DLL. That specific .DLL handles all of the regular expressions that get your email counts, your weather info, or anything else that is gathered from a website and shown via Rainmeter. It's also proven that that specific .DLL likes to have a fit and not work correctly at times, just take a look below us and look at the issue TobiasMeister98 was having. It's the same issue here, but with the weather instead of emails.

The best suggestions I have for you is to completely exit Rainmeter and then restart it. If that doesn't work, try completely restarting your PC. The WebParser.DLL that comes with rainmeter isn't the most stable thing in the world. To be honest, I've had more bug reports / issues posted here about why a persons email or weather information doesn't come through than I have actually hearing about something that is GENUINELY wrong with the skin.

Sorry about the rant at the end, but, seriously, if they're (being Rainmeter) are going to keep putting this .DLL with their package then something needs to be done. I've gone over, and over, and over my regular expressions to make sure there isn't something in there that could be causing these issues, and I simply can't find one. Plus with the people saying their emails or the weather aren't showing and then magically appearing out of no where fixing the issue doesn't help content developers at all. I know there are other reasons that could make the info not appear and some would say that the WebParser.DLL isn't the issue, but that's an entirely different debate altogether.
gauhaug Featured By Owner 3 days ago
okey, tnx for reply. I have tried restarting rainmeter, refreshing all, and restarting my computer, and still the same issue. I also whent into the webpage where the weather information is, and it looks like it also can't find the right day. The information that it show isn't on the right place. as far as I can tell.
FiiZzioN Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Sorry about the little rant I had. It's just been something I've wanted to say for a while now, and, for some reason, your post was the one I chose to write it on. Anyways, back the weather issue. Can you enter this code "USGA0552", without quotations, and tell me if it's able to get all three days? That's my code and it's also a code based from America. The company / website that I currently use is based in America, so it may be that they aren't as accurate with world-wild information. If that's the case, then I'll probably end up looking for anther provider. Hopefully this will resolve itself quickly.
gauhaug Featured By Owner Edited 3 days ago
okey, thats wierd. i tried with a code from the US before, and had the same problem. But when i use your code i get all 3 days, but still have the problem with my code. When i looked at the xml file for my city, i could find all the information, but it didn't show on the skin. I have used other weather skins before, and have it working, but can't remember what i used
TobiasMeister98 Featured By Owner 4 days ago
Nice skin! But the email function is not working correctly for me. I typed in all correct information and it still says that it's not linked!
FiiZzioN Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Do you happen to have two-step verification turned on? If yes, then that's the problem. You can go here, number 3, to fix the issue. 

If you're not using two-step verification and you're still having issues, just contact me again and we'll figure it out.
I have two-step verification turned off. Still don't know what's causing that problem. I even activated access to my account for less-secure apps!

Now it's working somehow and I didn't even do something.... very, very strange...
FiiZzioN Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Well, I'm glad it's working now! The WebParser.DLL that's used to get info like email counts and weather information all rely on that .DLL. Sadly, that .DLL doesn't like to play nice with certain skins and / or locations. In the end, I'm just glad you got it working, and since you did, I doubt that there'll be any more problems since it seems to have fixed itself. Although, if problems do start to show their nasty little heads, contact me and we can try to get it working again.
rbeattiex Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2014  New member
My GPU temp gauge works, but the activity doesnt at all? I have MSI running in the background and the .dll in the correct file path. Any ideas?
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