Custom gauges are not working in the sensor panel. Default ones are.
I made some custom ones where I just changed the colors of the default downloaded ones. Added them to the custom states. They pop up for a second then disappear only leaving the icon and text. Tried downloading ones other people have made and the same things happen. Might appear for a second then disappear then come back for a second go away again and not come back. All are pngs as specified.
Its a 5" raspberry pi screen.
Was going to use for CPU and GPU temp (3900X - RTX2080)
Let me know of any ideas to try or info you need. If its not something off the top of my head have to respond after work.
So far really disappointed. Wanted to make some custom files, I do not like the defaults.
Is it possible to use 2 (or more) LCDs display different data? Example: #1 for essential CPU etc while a #2 would have cooling info like fans, liquid temps etc. If so... what are some recommendations? Keep hearing Beada (which could work). Alternatively, is there a larger compatible LCD? Ideallly bar style but 17-18 wide.
TY in advance for any guidance!!
Im hoping for some input regarding my question. I saw, AIDA64 is supporting a lot of different displays and interfaces. Now which one to choose? Heres some more input from me about what im looking for:
[Mandatory] 5-8 inch LCD display [Mandatory] only USB powered [Mandatory] black frame design to match my case, if possible [Optional] A flat, not too thick one [Optional] small bezels if possible [Optional] No buttons neccessary, i want to place it inside of my case. [Optional] an internal USB connector to directly connect it to the motherboard At the moment im using some Aquacomputer Vision OLEDs which are working fine. But i can already see some burn in and they are pretty small. Since theres no LCD coming from Aquacomputer anytime soon, im thinking about using AIDA64 to get my data on screen. I have 3 of those OLED on each of the drive bay covers, this is more or less the space i have available
I have attached a screenshot of the system with the OLEDs and their current placement for you to visualize.
Thank you for your suggestions!