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Hey guys, just found this site a couple days back and has been super helpful, sharing my v1 which has heavily borrowed from a few designs I've seen on here...the screen is the first part to arrive, still waiting for the rest of the parts to show up :D (ignore the values, running this on old rig)

Extra fonts are Good Times and Venus Rising from dafont, 600 x 1024

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orange black v1.sensorpanel

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On 4/8/2021 at 8:28 AM, SlapCat said:

Made 2 versions, vertical (480x1920) and horizontal (1920x480)... Will keep improving... :)

Sharing files soon!

 

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Hi there hope you're well, just wanted to ask if you are able to share the files for these and if you managed to make any updates on them Thanks =)

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1 hour ago, Arctucas said:

I've never seen any good aida tutorials myself actually know that I think about it?

Granted I'm sure a few exist that show the basics but extremely detailed ones showing someone creating an entire custom panel I'm never seen anything like that on the web. Not saying they dont exist just when I first started making one I didnt see anything like that. Granted you really dont need it, just play with the sensor panel manager for a half hour and youll teach yourself all there is to know. Really all you need is an ae tutorial showing shape manupulation using repeaters im sure there are actual progress loading round tutorials as well. 

1 hour ago, Arctucas said:

 

Been wanting to try making a custom sensor panel, looking to use a 13 inch 2K screen to view it on.

Is there an in-depth tutorial?

 

I must say, I have zero experience with this sort of thing, so the instructions would need to be extremely detailed.

Thanks

 

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Re-reading my post, I suppose I should have been more explicit.

I know how to use the default sensor panel, I need guidance with creating custom gauges. Not really interested in graphs.

I would like to create simple arc style gauges, with 120° of arc. I understand I need 15 of these as .png files to replace the default gauges. I would not be doing a 'panel' background, just replacing the default gauges.

 

What software would I use to create the arcs, and how would I manipulate the color gradient?

Also, how would the values be inserted into the gauge .png?

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29 minutes ago, Nereus said:

Photoshop or GIMP (closest free software) for image creation.

It's 16 images, not 15 (numbered from 0-15, not 1-15).

 

Right 16, my mistake.

OK, installed GIMP.

Found a 120° arc .png file.

I need to divide the arc into 16 equal pieces, correct?

Then assign a color to each?

How?

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1 hour ago, Arctucas said:

Right 16, my mistake.

OK, installed GIMP.

Found a 120° arc .png file.

I need to divide the arc into 16 equal pieces, correct?

Then assign a color to each?

How?

I do not have GIMP. I suggest checking out tutorials on YouTube, Google, and possibly GIMP have their own user forums, unless someone else here uses GIMP and wants to donate their time.

 

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On 10/31/2021 at 4:08 AM, seventy5ive said:

This is my first sensor panel. I changed the panel from Nashö (2136104408_RYZ5NSensorPanel) for me. The resolution is 1920x621. It fit's to my slim 15 inch Monitor.

 

 

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Do you mind sharing? This is really nice.

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Hi all, i'm continuing the Battlefield 2042 theme of panels which are a remixes of leveldogs's Boundary and Cyberpunk sensor panels.
Here are panels with round gauges from @1 PC Tip a day , with or without borders.

The sensorpanels are sized 1920x480

Hope you like them.

You WILL need the install the font - GeForce_Bold and Geforce_Light (included in the ZIP).

All credit goes to @levedog and  @1 PC Tip a day for creating the original panel and gauge styles respectively.

DM me to get a link for my panels, I don't want to clutter up this place with unnecessary downloads.

BF2042-leveldog-02-round-gauges-01

BF2042-leveldogstyle-New-01.JPG

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BF2042-leveldogstyle-New-02.JPG

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BF2042-leveldogstyle-New-03.JPG

BF2042-leveldog-02-round-gauges-04

BF2042-leveldogstyle-New-04.JPG

BF2042-leveldog-02-round-gauges-border-01A

BF2042-leveldogstyle-New-01A.JPG

BF2042-leveldog-02-round-gauges-border-02A

BF2042-leveldogstyle-New-02A.JPG

BF2042-leveldog-02-round-gauges-border-03A

BF2042-leveldogstyle-New-03A.JPG

BF2042-leveldog-02-round-gauges-border-04A

BF2042-leveldogstyle-New-04A.JPG

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3 hours ago, murdrrdbypirates said:

Hi all, i'm continuing the Battlefield 2042 theme of panels which are a remixes of leveldogs's
Boundary and Cyberpunk sensor panels.
Here are panels with round gauges from @1 PC Tip a day , with or without borders.

The sensorpanels are sized 1920x480

Hope you like them.

You WILL need the install the font - GeForce_Bold and Geforce_Light (included in the ZIP).

All credit goes to leveldog and  @1 PC Tip a day for creating the original panel and gauge styles respectively.

DM me to get a link for my panels, I don't want to clutter up this place with unnecessary downloads.

 

 

can you share it please to noeyacin@msn.com

thanks 

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On 10/30/2021 at 5:44 PM, Kangi26 said:

Ok I obsessed with this today and made some big adjustments to my display. I modified the background so there are 4 panels and removed the Fans and Net info. I don't have much need for it. Hope ya'll like this one.

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1280x800 6 Panel Monitor Blue 4 Panel Background.sensorpanel 178.86 kB · 22 downloads

GEFORCE_LIGHT.OTF 118.92 kB · 6 downloads GEFORCE_BOLD.OTF 126.58 kB · 6 downloads

 

Very nice, I really like it. Can this edited to fit 1920x480 or is that not how it works? Sorry in advance, I am a aida64 noob. 

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Hello guys.
So I Wanted to get a Corsair Nexus originally for on keyboard hardware monitor but the 99$ price felt way too much for that useless piece of hardware. Decided to make my own Nexus mode (Pretty sure I saw 2 more similar style modes later on reddit also.) but here's my take on it. :D

Got a 7.9 inch 1280X400 Waveshare screen since I wanted to keep the design language similar to Corsair Nexus. Unfortunately this model came with a bit of challenges. No casing was available for this and more than that veerryyy less amount of 1280x400 size sensor panels here, almost close to none.
So first, custom DIY'd made the case from stuff laying in my storage. Mainly my LGv40 case and Intel CPU box. :ph34r:

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For sensor panel I used the base panel of "Exhumed" And "Rodney" and a few stuff from Cyberpunk pack, edited and created a 966X400 size panel. Update the stuff I needed and fit in it with design changes in photoshop.


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And for the side extra space left on the 1280x400 display. I Pre-searched for cyberpunk wallpaper on Wallpaper Engine which had some cool animations and Audio reactive panel.

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So according to the middle empty area I choose the panel resolution later. once this was done. Sensor panel fitted perfectly between the Wallpaper and the whole 1280X400 size is being used.

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Took me a while to figure out stuff. But worked out okay in the end :D And cost total of 96$ including long cables and screen.
Now I know there are a lot of Chinese prebuild screens of this ratio and some of lamptron too. But well China isn't shipping to India anymore and anything from US/UK store will cost a lot of extra money for shipping. This wholly was done keeping the goal budget of 99$ in mind.


20211031_2003591.thumb.jpg.50427862573b3c4ce89b44a957b27a83.jpgPeace <3 

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