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On 6/2/2021 at 3:45 AM, Aelemar said:

Thanks to Mark Patterson, and anyone else that contributed to the gauges used in these sensor panels. 

I downloaded a couple of panels from here, but they didn't really properly fit my resolution. So I decided to make my own. This is my first attempt. 

Resolution: 800x480

Blue:
SensorBlue.png.ada45b54bba0d35b2134c38257de9a64.png

SensorPanelBlue.sensorpanel 1.01 MB · 8 downloads
 

For those that like Red: 

SensorRed.png.1b56af60e6fe80a79e9d2445a182d1e1.png

SensorPanelRed.sensorpanel 1.01 MB · 13 downloads

If you have any specific background images you'd like to use, or would like to tailor these to your specific hardware, let me know on here. I can't guarantee anything, but I can try and make it for you if I get a chance. 

Yo if possible could you remove the cpu,gpu,ram,mobo from this please ?

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On 5/9/2021 at 1:34 PM, hip63 said:

The Iron Man!

When the CPU boosts, just the Jarvis helmet and the chest Arc Reactor power up.

When the GPU boosts, the whole suit powers up.

VAxHyNt.gif

 

I have a slightly smaller display of 1920x1200 could possibly resize it and share it and the fonts used?

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On 5/21/2021 at 3:04 PM, BAD.BOY.TAM said:

Customized another one for my 1024x600 Tab. 

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Love the look of this design!
What font's did you use?  I grabbed your file but I must not have that font installed as nothing lines up.

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On 6/4/2021 at 3:28 PM, philipfreire said:

NZXT Theme:NZXT.thumb.PNG.cf57516c88496bafeddbe9495a5ea821.PNG
Download:
 
NZXT-Theme.sensorpanel 539.07 kB · 27 downloads


NZXT B&W Theme:NZXT-BW.thumb.PNG.c2f03b899416f599aae24b1c0eec8e4a.PNG
Download:
 
NZXT-Theme-BW.sensorpanel 549.16 kB · 19 downloads


NZXT / ASUS ROG Theme:
NZXT-AsusROG.thumb.PNG.f056ea57d883c6c33cd7aaa6ec54f6d9.PNG
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NZXT-AsusROG-Theme.sensorpanel 553.47 kB · 31 downloads


NZXT / Gigabyte AORUS Theme:NZXT-GigabyteAorus.thumb.PNG.ebf2f5a46b7d67f6991c0f9e1f7a2658.PNG
Download:
 
NZXT-GigabyteAorus-Theme.sensorpanel 555.53 kB · 16 downloads


NZXT / LogitechG Theme:NZXT-LogitechG.thumb.PNG.84f16e5b5ab576b6e737b6606e4d1682.PNG
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NZXT-LogitechG-Theme.sensorpanel 553.79 kB · 40 downloads



Enjoy!


Notes:
Fits 1920x1080 displays.
Minor changes to CPU/GPU & RAM icons.
May require HelveticaNeue Font

 

Could you please make for smaller display?

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On 5/30/2021 at 12:12 AM, tw33k said:

I'm putting together a panel for my new Lamptron HM101. Problem is, it's high-res (2560x1600 which is weird because it's supposed to be 1920x1080) so I'm going to have to create some of the gauges I want myself. I'm wanting something like the image below but I don't really know where to start. Should I just install Gimp and give it a go or is there something better/easier to use? How big will I need to make each file?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I've only done something like this a couple times and I'm not very good at it.

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Hi, I think that you're talking of my panel.
This is high res because I got a 10" 2560x1600px.
Well, if you want me to do something on them, just mp me ;)

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On 4/26/2021 at 7:07 PM, Mrmike said:

 

1024x600

 

over 350 downloads in 3 weeks 3 panels, a cple thanz,  lot of manners in here, so sa la vie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hi MrMike, do you have the template of this screen plz? I searched a little bit and didn't find it :(

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On 6/6/2021 at 8:47 PM, Zach Ernesti said:

Any 1920x1200 designs out there I too have searched every page and didn't find any. And I too am looking for a design with a resolution of 1920x1200

Same problem here, feel like 1920x1200 is a super rare size or something.. Been checking for months but there are zero 1920x1200 ones out there

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1 hour ago, Robert Ekkel said:

Same problem here, feel like 1920x1200 is a super rare size or something.. Been checking for months but there are zero 1920x1200 ones out there

Hi Robert,

That would be easy enough. First find a look that you like from all of the designs out here. Download that and import in the sensorpanel manager. Then get a 1920*1200 background (jpg/png etc). Go to the sensorpanel manager and replace the background (png jpeg etc). Resize the usable area with drag and drop on the edges. Then move the sensors and gauges etc to your liking.

This likely takes up 1 hour of your time ;)

Regards

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30 minutes ago, verlaanac said:

Hi Robert,

That would be easy enough. First find a look that you like from all of the designs out here. Download that and import in the sensorpanel manager. Then get a 1920*1200 background (jpg/png etc). Go to the sensorpanel manager and replace the background (png jpeg etc). Resize the usable area with drag and drop on the edges. Then move the sensors and gauges etc to your liking.

This likely takes up 1 hour of your time ;)

Regards

When i replace the background image with a 1920x1200 image i get the size of the original background..

 

#edit: never mind, after checking the details of the downloaded pictures they are not true 1920x1200 pixels, although they are advertised that way.. Thank you for the help :)

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1 hour ago, verlaanac said:

Hi Robert,

That would be easy enough. First find a look that you like from all of the designs out here. Download that and import in the sensorpanel manager. Then get a 1920*1200 background (jpg/png etc). Go to the sensorpanel manager and replace the background (png jpeg etc). Resize the usable area with drag and drop on the edges. Then move the sensors and gauges etc to your liking.

This likely takes up 1 hour of your time ;)

Regards

I am unable to manually adjust gauges tho, do you know why this is happening?

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by the way, one easy way to get a background of your liking to fit your panel size:

Download a high(er) resolution picture, like in your case 2560*1440, and select 'edit with paint 3d'.

Then use the select option, and you'll see exactly how many pixels your selecting, it'll show you in the program.

Then copy that selection, paste in an empty mspaint file, and voila, you've got something to start off with...

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