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1 hour ago, scottyp19 said:

hey everyone, new to setting up my 5" for my pc. 

 

how do you all get custom backgrounds and such cool displays? 

Click New Item and select Image from the drop down list. The image size should be the resolution of your display. Make sure the image stays at the top of the Items list you created.

Some people have uploaded the file. If you like their display, save the file. Then use the Import/Export function to import the file.

If you share or modify somebody's else's work, please give them due credit. A lot of work has gone into a lot of these displays.

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Sifi Grunge posted an awesome work that i was interested in as I use an AMD CPU.

Anyways running a 5900x with 12 cores and 24 threads so I borrowed his work and have started building an interface for my yet to arrive 1920 x 480 screen. However here is a screen shot and the cores and threads all work nicely. It is still a work in progress but if anyone else is running an AMD 5900x feel free to grab the relevant parts if useful to you.. The background image is also from someone else but for the life of me I cannot remember who so my apologies for not giving credit where it is due.

I am still a noob with AIDA so if the sensor panel manager looks messy when you open it you are welcome to have a laugh. I have not really worked out how to organise it...more a case of if it works and remains visible on screen leave things where they are approach is what I did..

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5 hours ago, Vincent Chuah said:

can share please ?

I am still working on it as I have 2 of the gauges that act a little odd. From left to right the 1st and 5th gauge like to jump between the larger size I created and the original size when values change. They do not do this all the time but often enough to be really distracting. I have spent time trying to work out why even copied over all the images from a working gauge only to have it still act in the same manner. 

Still learning how to work with AIDA64 so I am unsure if it is a conflict with the original? As I open up new panels from other shared content to look at and work with to see and learn how things are made it seems AIDA imports all the files. When I look at the file location folder it seems to be growing to so I need have to learn how to organize things so that the relevant files for each panel are kept separate. Other than that I have the daunting task of going thru all the files and renaming them individually. Until I sort that out I felt I should not share it as I am not experienced enough to trouble shoot any issues another member might have if they experience the same glitches that I have.

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On 6/30/2021 at 12:28 PM, 4xu5 said:

 

Got some new hardware so I needed to upgrade my sensor panel a bit.

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The new panel has a resolution of 1024x600 which is more popular than the resolution I had before.

Attached are the psd for the background and the sensorpanel file. Enjoy!

2021-06-30.sensorpanel 1.48 MB · 560 downloads Back_2.psd 718.6 kB · 341 downloads

 

2 hours ago, drstrangehand said:

What's the dimension bro?

 Do you have it in 1028 x 600?

 

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2 hours ago, Andrey Lepher said:

pls post more in this resolution i apreciate it !!

Its very easy to find a panel you like and then manipulate to the size you want. I installed AIDA64 and it took me about 5 minutes to work out that you need to go to preferences scroll down to the sensor panel and just make the panel larger.

Then simply right click on the panel when it is on the screen to select the sensor panel manager. Every item can be selected individually and moved around to suit your needs. I make the panel quite large to move all the elements out the way and then simply google a nice image and in paint3D or similar app simply make it the needed resolution and save to the desktop.

Use the manger to import a new image select what you just put on your desktop and now you have your work area. simply move the items into that area and arrange as you like them. Then simply resize the window so that all that extra work space is no longer visible and then use the sensor panel manger to export once finished. Then all your work is saved...

Added bonus to this is that you can have a lot of fun with the app.

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Hello,

I'm new to the forum and have been looking around on here for the past five days. I want to THANK EVERYONE on here for sharing and posting. I hope to post a Board Inspired sensor panel soon in a 1920x1080 format (I'm old and have bad eyes). I've downloaded a lot of panels and gauges, but I don't remember the the people that posted them (there are 155 pages). I'm truly sorry that I didn't take notes when I first started looking to so that I can mention them by name. 

 

Again thanks EVERYONE! for you help and postings!  

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