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10-Foot HUD YBoris edit by yboris 10-Foot HUD YBoris edit by yboris
Inspired by the "10-Foot HUD" Rainmeter skin by Espiox:
Featured on Lifehacker: [link]
Original post on Flickr: [link]

I used a nice font you see and edited it to be pixel-perfect. I just updated it to include a black version of the clock (and another two variations)!

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diego2503 Apr 4, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
I install the font and all but it dosent look like your screenshot.
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:iconurinator:
If anyone is wondering how to get it in 24h format: 

Change 
Format=%I:%M 
to 
Format=%H:%M
in the .ini
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:iconmarshallmallow:
MarshallMallow Oct 27, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Sorry I am a noob in Rainmeter, I want the clock previewed here but how do I do it? I mean, I installed other rainmeter clocks and stuffs but how do I install this one? It doesn't have a rainmeter skin file
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:iconyboris:
Sorry I've not been using Rainmeter for over a year; you're on your own. Google search for "how to use old rainmeter skin" and you might find information. Good luck!
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MarshallMallow Oct 27, 2013  Student Digital Artist
ok bro thanks!
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MarshallMallow Oct 27, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Where's the skin? I only see notepad files/configuration.
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swyrl Oct 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Love this one. Definitely using it.

If it's not too much trouble, could you make a massive version of this? I love the blockiness, It really goes with just about everything.
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:iconyboris:
Sorry, you might have to mess with the configuration file yourself. You could start by doubling all the sizes and then messing with the x & y coordinates ;)
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