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Instead of tweaking our Sidebar Gadget or making the current OSD Panel feature more flexible, we plan to introduce a brand new feature that will effectively replace both those features. The new feature will implement a much greater flexibility about items placement, and a visually more appealing look & feel (gauges, bars, configurable colour alerts, etc).

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Instead of tweaking our Sidebar Gadget or making the current OSD Panel feature more flexible, we plan to introduce a brand new feature that will effectively replace both those features. The new feature will implement a much greater flexibility about items placement, and a visually more appealing look & feel (gauges, bars, configurable colour alerts, etc).

This sounds nice!

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<-- BTW, those who wonder what my avatar is all about, well, I am an Android fan and I have "soft-bricked" my phones many times. That's probably how I look when I just "bricked" a ~$500+ phone ;)

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<-- BTW, those who wonder what my avatar is all about, well, I am an Android fan and I have "soft-bricked" my phones many times. That's probably how I look when I just "bricked" a ~$500+ phone ;)

LOL LOL :)

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The most important thing is that the widget work without needing Aida64 is always open.

When it Aida64 is always open, the hard drives do not stop despite being set well in the energy options.

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The most important thing is that the widget work without needing Aida64 is always open.

When it Aida64 is always open, the hard drives do not stop despite being set well in the energy options.

That phenomenon has nothing to do with AIDA64 being open, or moving the sensor module to an external module. It is caused by the hardware monitoring module of AIDA64. That polls hard disk drives and SSDs 3 times a minute, to read disk temperature. If you don't want that, you can increase the disk temperature polling interval (in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring), or you can completely disable the SMART layer of AIDA64 (in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Stability).

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BTW, we've just released the first beta of the new SensorPanel feature:

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