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PIANO, for Rainmeter by ImperfectlyAdorkable PIANO, for Rainmeter by ImperfectlyAdorkable
Official Release: PIANO, for Rainmeter

Comment: This release is a new milestone for Rainmeter. It pushes the program into a direction it's always been capable of, but has never fully reached. I proudly present you with PIANO, for Rainmeter.

Note: Due to some incompatibility issues some people seemed to have been experiencing with the installation of the .rmskin file, an alternate download version containing the extracted .rmskin contents in a nicely packed .zip file is now available via this [link].

UPDATE: Official Version 1.0.3: Due to a coding error which was brought to my attention, the 11th and 13th keys, G1 and A1 respectively, were both playing the same .wav file. I would like to take the chance to formally thank StarburstSpectrum for bringing the issue to my attention. The .rmskin has been been re-coded to amend this error and the new version is ready for download.

UPDATE: Official Version 1.0.2: .wav files were re-sampled into a smaller bit rate, allowing the size of the original file to be dramatically decreased. Furthermore, the sound quality has been unaffected. The same crisp and pristine sound is still present. Please enjoy the newer, smaller, and sleeker current release of 10 MB.

Files: 1 (.rmskin)
Size: 10 MB

1. Install Rainmeter, or if Rainmeter is already installed, proceed to step 2. If Rainmeter is not installed, procure here [link].
2. Download the .rmskin installable file [link].
3. Double right-click the .rmskin installable file and accept the installation notification.

1. Elegantly crafted GUI which supports the entire 88 key spectrum as one would expect of a real piano.
2. Sound files are authored for crisp and pristine sound.
3. Sound files are 3 seconds long in duration each, to preserve the sustained tone of a real piano key being struck.
4. This release supports both white and black keys.
5. Animations for struck keys are included.

1. I am not obligated to share anymore information than has already been presented in this description.
2. I am not obligated to share the source code of my work or personal development with any individual.
3. You are free, as in free speech, to download, modify and redistribute this free, as in free beer, release as long as you include a link to the original source of your material.
4. The minimum required screen width for this release is 1320 pixels.
5. Rainmeter is a required installation in order to make use of this release.
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PhenixMightheart Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
can we use this with keyboard i mean it's difficult to use it with mouse
is there is nay way to use it with keyboard plz help i want to use this skin so bad plz
MrSliceTheNinja Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014  New member Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Like Synthezia....
PhenixMightheart Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
yeah like 
ishanudyoga Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2014
i made a playable drum set like this.just check it out..…
clapika91 Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2013
I think the shades are ab bit offs? If a key is pressed, and its left key is pressed at the same time, the key shouldn't be shaded? Just quick observation tho
jabres Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2013
This is very interesting as I've wanted to begin exploring the 'other side' of rainmeter.. it has a lot of potential!
Desig101 Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2013
I can just imagine the amount of hard work that would have gone into making this. Wonderful, and truly a milestone.
nkplatipus Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2013
this would be nice integrated into xwidget, it would allow us to resize the pianos with its zoom option.
thiagovscoelho Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2013
"minimum required screen width" ouch
Gobydiah Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2013
Amazing! Now I wish I could play multiple notes on the keyboard, haha.
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