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Water in the battery - JessicajK - 06-07-2021

I'm not sure, but maybe there is water in my laptop, my laptop is running. The only problem is that it doesn't charge fully. Now it's somehow impossible. Can I use it after that ?


RE: Water in the battery - FendyTheBeauty - 06-08-2021

You can get all the info you need from WMIC or Powershell, but like you stated, I didn't want to make all those external calls once a minute. The custom plugin is the way I handled it. The plugin docs are in the Resources folder if you want to use it. If you want the WMI queries, let me know.


RE: Water in the battery - GregoriesAmbilor - 06-08-2021

Is this how your power plugins look like ? :
[Rainmeter]
Update=1000
BackgroundMode=2
SolidColor=0,0,0,255

[MeasureBatteryPercent]
Measure=Plugin
Plugin=PowerPlugin
PowerState=Percent

[MeterBatteryPercent]
Meter=String
MeasureName=MeasureBatteryPercent
X=5
Y=5
W=200
H=20
FontColor=255,255,255,255
Text=Battery left: %1
This is a reference from https://batterytools.net/ and I wanted to make sure it is the right thing, I only know the site for good quality selling of batteries, I don't know their reputation when it comes to using Rainmeter. And who knows where I can get beautiful and low-memory-consuming battery skin?