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  1. Which panel? Find the post and quote it.
  2. Try putting your scaling to 100% or try these other solutions. Let me know if any help. On 1/13/2024 at 6:43 AM, Exhumed said: Scaling issues? Q: I import a sensorpanel and its changes the size and re-aranged objects Q: How to avoid scaling problems with sensor panels? A: Two things usually cause that You do not have the proper font installed. (The default font is loaded instead) You do not have Windows scaling set to 100% A: When creating a sensor panel, make sure that you set the scaling in Windows to 100% and that the resolution in Aida64 is correct. The manually set sensor panel dimensions are saved directly in the sensor panel file and are automatically applied when loading for the first time. Q: How to check the panel size? Right click on "Aida64" Task bar Icon > Settings > SensorPanel > SensorPanel Size Scaling issues? (Windows) Fix: Try setting "DPI compatibility mode" for aida64.exe It's a Windows compatibility setting that you apply on the EXE itself. Locate AIDA64.EXE (C:\Program Files (x86)\FinalWire\AIDA64 Extreme) aida64.exe > properties > compatibility > change high DPI settings > activate "Override high DPI Scaling behavior" to System. Scaling performed by: 'System' (from the drop down) > Ok/Apply > Restart Windows > Load/import panel and check if it works now. Once you've done this, make sure that your SensorPanel properties are set to match the new panel before importing and you have a better chance of being successful. Troubleshooting not working? Users who have this scaling problem and cannot resolve the error with the known "fixes" unfortunately have to manually re-align each individual object.
  3. Yes, a standard custom gauge uses 16 images. If you are monitoring something like CPU usage that goes from 0-100 each image will turn on every 6.25% If for some reason you only want to see an image at 50% then make images 0-6 blank at make image 7 turn on. Image 7 is the 8th image (0-7) and 8x6.25=50. Your best way to learn is to install a premade panel that that has custom gauges and look at how they work.
  4. Ne denedin? Yardım edebilmemiz için daha fazla bilgiye ihtiyacımız var.
  5. Unfortunately not, it uses its own proprietary format and editing software. Any panel that you find here would have to be duplicated entirely for your screen. It can be done and I have done it for other people.
  6. You are going to have to wait for a developer here to answer.
  7. I think you need to connect to Aida64 as an LCD screen. Go here and see if you can find an option that works with your display The first step is to enable our external display in AIDA64 by selecting the device in File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / LCD.
  8. Google "AIDA64 TUTORIAL" there is a great video that explains everything.
  9. It is so strange that some people still have trouble with scaling and others don't. I never have scaling issues anymore. Have you tried several panels? Some panels are made incorrectly. What happens if you go to 100% scaling, launch AIDA, then switch back to your higher scaling?
  10. Do you just run this as a batch file or how?
  11. Tente isso Você precisa ativar (marcar) a última opção na página AIDA64 / menu principal / Preferências / Estabilidade chamada Windows 11 CPU utilization measurement solução alternativa. Deixe-me saber se isso ajuda a obter medições de utilização da CPU mais realistas.
  12. I know of 2 websites that sell panels, try searching for "AIDA64 skins" on Google. Also there are posters here that make custom panels for a fee.
  13. Read all of this thread to solve the FPS issue https://forums.aida64.com/topic/12526-no-fps/ As for the pump, how is it connected to your computer? Try this first. Right click on the panel and select Sensorpanel Manager. Scroll down the list until you see the entry for AIO/PUMP Left click on it and select modify. You will now see a list of all the sensors on your computer that are being monitored. Scroll down to the fans section and see what is available for your AIO/PUMP
  14. Go to the main page of AIDA64 and select sensors and see what sensors are active.
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