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7 hours ago, potomuchto said:

正在立式面板上的我的桌面,在这里我看到的大多是方形或横板,但有时人们希望有个对传感器Ë 桌面上的一面,像我这样的,例如,如果有人感兴趣,我很高兴与大家分享! ;);)

CoolBlue sensorpanel.PNG

It's beautiful.

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On 5/30/2021 at 4:31 PM, Mrmike said:

Gimp is a good place to start with learning the tools needed to start making a half decent panel, I started with gimp, but it has its limitations, and hence why i moved on to Adobe AI and PS and Unity,  far more polished in the finer details of what you can do, and if you want eye candy gauges then definately AI

 

if your only looking to make simple bars for a lamptron bay display then Gimp will be more than adequate, do everything in PNG and layers youll need 0-15 (16 layers)  youll find some tutorials online for basics but take a while to find a few where they dont rabble on!!    

good luck if you send me your email i might have afew gimp templates for you to mess about with that are already bars you might just have to resize for your purpose

thanks mate. that's helpful

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On 10/29/2020 at 11:17 AM, Exhumed said:

Hello People,

Here is my first (not finished yet) work, 1280x800px. I used a template from one of the forum uploaders as a base to work with.

I did not have a display at this moment for my pc but maybe later i buy one.

 

The style is two-colored digital modern optic. As next i want to change the Gauge Meter to match the different red color and add some vector lines around the stats. Which elements remain and have a function that seems useful to me is not yet finished and will certainly be revised again. I will create more different themes from time to time.

Tipp: "0 FPS" You need rivatuner installed and run to enable rtss

 

What do you think? Do you like the layout?

 

Custom made vector background and some graphics to.

Fonts used but not included:

Chosence (https://www.dafont.com/de/search.php?q=chosence)

Cyberdyne (https://www.dafont.com/de/search.php?q=cyberdyne)

 

Used colors:

#E64253 (red: 230, green: 66, blue: 83)

#2FD7E0 (red: 47, gren: 215, blue: 244)

v1

Exhumed_Aida64_wip.png

v2

Cyberpunk_preview.thumb.png.7985a3b66ae1f13d96b801b92f6e150c.png

AIDA64_Panel by_Exhumed_v1_Cyberpunk.rar 876.28 kB · 1384 downloads AIDA64_Panel by_Exhumed_v2_Cyberpunk.rar 988.72 kB · 2238 downloads

NICE BUT would look better at 1920x1080 :P

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On 6/8/2021 at 6:58 PM, FuryXL said:

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 ;)

Hey thanks. The vertical gauges in your panel are close to what I'm trying to do. Have you shared it at that res? That would be a reat place to start.

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On 6/10/2021 at 5:31 AM, jeffv1977 said:

Hi all.  I saw this panel earlier in the thread and thought it was awesome just like so many others.  I also saw that a 1024x600 eversion was wanted.  So I edited it to 1024x800 if anyone is interested.  Thank you to the original author for this great panel!

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1024x600.sensorpanel 1.2 MB · 57 downloads

Yes, I would be interested in the 1024X800 version

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On 6/4/2021 at 1:28 PM, philipfreire said:

NZXT / LogitechG Theme:NZXT-LogitechG.thumb.PNG.84f16e5b5ab576b6e737b6606e4d1682.PNG
Download:
 
NZXT-LogitechG-Theme.sensorpanel 553.79 kB · 69 downloads



Enjoy!


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

 

Thanks for this! I used it as a base to help me understand how it all works. Now that I got the hang of it, I think I'll start from scratch and try to make my own design.

 

sensor_screenshot.jpg

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On 6/8/2021 at 7:50 AM, 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

That's what I did with my odospace panel that's in the quote below.

On 6/6/2021 at 7:02 PM, Zach Ernesti said:

Thanks to the sensor panels that others have shared on here I was able to take one from here and modify it to look like the one I'm sharing. I don't know how to show a picture of it on here. The res is 1920x1200 for a 10" tablet display

Asuna_Alicization_1920x1200.oslcd 4.1 MB · 26 downloads

 

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