When you resize the images, you have to change all the coordinates in the ini file. One easier way would be to set a size for the entire widget in the ini file and resize the whole thing by adjusting those measurements.
Changing location to something in many countries won't work. I'm thinking it's the way whether.com stores that information, so probably part of the .ini file has to be changed, and I don't feel like figuring that out lol, but I thought I'd let anyone know.
You do have to edit the .ini files to compensate for different countries, but it's not as difficult as you would think. Open them up and find out. It's the best way to learn and then you can customize this widgets to your personal liking.
It's a nice skin, my favorite is the wide HTC clock and weather, but one thing got messed up once I changed my location, it grabs the correct weather icon, and current temp, but high temp is not displayed, it's weird that it works with european cities, but not american ones, at least NY and my own city didn't work. I'm new to this so if anyone has suggestions, please let me know.
These are very beautiful and I installed on the day before daylight savings here in the U.S. to find they don't automatically account for the time change. Is there anywhere in the .ini file I can edit to add or subtract an hour?
I'm not going to force this beyond a simple request, but would you mind giving me credit for my work? The images appear to be yours and you did leave me credit within the rainmeter skins themselves, but I'd be appreciative if you would just link it. If not, oh well, you did credit me and that's also appreciated.