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  1. 3 points
    Thanks to Fiery for the info on custom sized gauges. I'll look to try some different sizes
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    OK i kept working. replaced font. this is for a 2k side monitor 1440p rev4.sensorpanel pirulen rg.ttf
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    My First attempt at a panel, gauges came from members here that have posted. Still have several ideas that I wanna use to improve it. 1280x800Panelv1_sensorpanel.ac3fd9e500c912ff02bb13a6b0528e2f
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    Hi In Files => Preference => Hardware Monitoring
  5. 1 point
    This is my little collage work. Screen 1024 x 800 Sorry for my english. tatoone.sensorpanel
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    gimp is a good start... try using inkscape https://inkscape.org/learn/tutorials/ video guide ... the hard part is finding all the different tools.. and remember the names of them. but after a few days. it will become a lot easier. Inkscape Tutorial: Vector Gauge Icons Logos By Nick
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    Hello everyone. here is some gauges that you can play with.. its my first time making them by my self... i have used inkscape plus gimp and Krita.. if you need original svg. just pm me.. and i will send it to you.. 2020-06-30Aida64Ani25_sensorpanel.9b09caecf3c0aebe33d6d0603feb8186 aidanewtake2..rar aidanewtake2.rar
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    2020-06-21.sensorpanel
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    In Photoshop try to do a quick export to PNG. That way the filesize will be less than 13 KiloBytes and will be easy to put on the SensorPanel. Let me know if it works out.
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    We've heard about such issues, related to PNG images exported from Gimp. If it's possible, please send me one or two of such PNG images that you cannot add to your SensorPanel in email to me. I'll send you my email address in private message. Thank you for your help!
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    Sorry I may have posted this in the wrong topic, thread. Here is my sensor panel. I spent weeks on this trying to get it right. Thanks to all who have posted their panels it's been a great inspiration.
  12. 1 point
    Thanks AIDA64 . I've been working on this project for while now trying to find a good hardware monitor . I've tried numerous software like widows gadgets , Rainmeter and others but none come close to the flexibility and customization of aida64 sensor panel. my senory panel and background templates can be found here https://drive.google.com/open?id=1yH94G6xE_tOKwSJsf6KYgZrs51Bm4qH9 The fonts I used were part of the Darwin pro font family edit( GeeekPi 5 inch HDMI Monitor LCD Resistive Touch Screen 800x480 LCD Display USB Interface for Raspberry Pi 4) is the screen used
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    After countless iterations and numerous dead ends I'm glad to present you a new viable variation (v8.96). The following previews helps to compare idle... ...and active state under dynamic load: AIDA64_SensorPanel_v8.96.sensorpanel It's even more compact (400 x 40 px) and shows more valuable sensor information at the same time: - Every modul has its own activity graph as background. - The network modul's invisible frame serves as activity bars where the vertical segments are active between 0 and 1024KB/s, while the horizontal ones from 1025 KB/s to maximum bandwidth. What do you think? Feel free to leave a comment and give me valuable feedback. Thx.
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    New Text Version, uses on Desktop > text_v2.sensorpanel Adapted to 5 Inch Dispaly with 800x480 Pixels > PiDisplay.sensorpanel PiDisplay.sensorpanel text_v2.sensorpanel
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    Used Booers panel and modified it. I use Rainmeter so I needed a narrower panel to fit at the bottom of my Rainmeter sidebar. Edited/Updated (04-11-2015): I tweaked it further, made a few more improvements and replaced the files with the updated versions (e.g., switched out RAM temps for VRM, spacing improved, and tweaked some of the max values). Attached Thumbnail Attached File AIDA64 default cpu gpu net v7.sensorpanel
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    1) The LPT LCD module supports the T6963C protocol, but you gotta make sure your device uses the "T6963C Standard" wiring that AIDA64 expects to have. You can check the wiring in the AIDA64 LCD Guide at: http://download.aida64.com/resources/lcd/aida64_lcd_guide.pdf 2) Some music players are supported, you can check the Media Title, Media Status and Media Position sensor items in the System group in case your music player is supported. 3) Yes, you can use both simultaneously. 4) Samsung SPF support will not be discontinued in AIDA64, but the devices themselves are already discontinued by Samsung years ago.
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