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May 15, 2011, 12:53:43 AM
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CoinMeter

http://s3.postimage.org/1dje5vimc/Coin_Meter.png

CoinMeter is a Rainmeter skin which displays your basic deepbit.net info on your desktop. It uses the 'webparser' plugin to retrieve information right from the website.

Currently it displays your account name, your BTC balance, your MH/s speed and your shares (as seen on the image). The refresh time is based on your account settings so don't hammer the button (and deepbit.net) every 20 seconds if u have refresh set to 5 minutes  Grin

How to install (if you are a Rainmeter user already just skip to the 4th point )

1. Download and install the newest rainmeter from official website - rainmeter.net
2. Download CoinMeter
3. Extract the .zip contents and move the "CoinMeter" folder to  your \Documents\Rainmeter\Skins\ folder
4. Open the \Documents\Rainmeter\Skins\CoinMeter\CoinMeter.ini file and edit the 30th line
Code:
URL="http://user:password@deepbit.net/account"
with your account info. It should work without the login details if you have logged to the site with IE and stored the password but I'm not 100% sure so just better fill them in Smiley
5. Launch the Rainmeter, right-click on the system tray icon and chose Configs -> CoinMeter -> CoinMeter.ini


Let's say this is an alpha version, feel free to post comments or maybe ideas of what it should have in next version Smiley I'm currently working on adding some currency exchange info, another few skins (including a mini-taskbar version) and gpu info [temps, clock etc).
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May 15, 2011, 12:59:38 AM
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Very cool. Do you think you can add a "withdraw" button, like in guiminer?
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Very cool. Do you think you can add a "withdraw" button, like in guiminer?

the button uses the 'post' method and I don't think sending any info to the website is possible in rainmeter.. Maybe with javascript. I'll ask in the forums. Thanks for the suggestion Smiley
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