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On 20.12.2016 at 10:02 PM, xtcislove said:

Will there be custom gauges on remote sensor anytime? :( 

I like to have something like this in remote sensor not in odospace....

Screenshot_2016-12-20-21-56-54.png

Hi, i am new here and come across to this post. Where did you see this picture? Is it compatible to Aida64 and odospace? I have much the same setting and a template would be great!

Thanks to all tips

Greetz Stealth

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On 2016/12/21 at 5:02 AM, xtcislove said:

Will there be custom gauges on remote sensor anytime? :( 

I like to have something like this in remote sensor not in odospace....

Screenshot_2016-12-20-21-56-54.png

I like how to download this

 

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On 08/12/2014 at 23:13, Fiery said:

Você pode baixar um arquivo de layout do RemoteSensor de amostra de:

http://download.aida64.com/resources/v500.rslcd

Você pode importá-lo no AIDA64 / menu principal / Arquivo / Preferências / Monitoramento de Hardware / Itens de LCD / LCD, pressionando o botão Importar próximo ao canto superior direito do painel Preferências.

Ele foi projetado para a resolução do Web client do Safari que o iPhone 6 usa, mas com pequenos ajustes ele pode ser alterado para ser usado em qualquer outro dispositivo móvel. Parece com isso em um iPhone 6:

newsimage.jpg

Depois de importar esse layout, você pode começar a mexer em vários itens de sensor e criar seu próprio layout de LCD personalizado usando os blocos de construção bem conhecidos do AIDA64 SensorPanel, como itens de sensores com barras, imagens, gráficos e medidores.

Já estamos trabalhando em um tutorial em vídeo para mostrar como criar um layout de LCD para seu dispositivo móvel, passo a passo, usando o RemoteSensor. Quando estiver pronto, postarei um link para este tópico.

would have some tutorial on how to do this on the cell phone.

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On 8/11/2018 at 10:37 PM, COSTAJUNIOR said:

would have some tutorial on how to do this on the cell phone.

Basically  the same way as you can build a custom SensorPanel, described in the following video. The only difference is that you need to design it to fit into a cell phone screen.

 

 

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On 7/15/2016 at 9:35 AM, freeman said:

 

 

Thank You!

 

Every thing works perfectly.

 

SSE now can be accessed from any origin.

 

JSONP api is great.

 

 

Next week I'll end up my project and share all sources here.

 

Right now it looks like this:

 

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its posible to get the code?

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21 hours ago, odospace said:

Hi Fiery,

is it possible to set the computername for the HTML title?

Best regards

Odo

Done :)  I mean it will be implemented in the next AIDA64 beta update.

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