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I have been inspired to create my own panel, just to decide on wether to go 5" internal panel or 7" panel on the wall above my second monitor.

Could someone tell me how I can monitor the water cooling side of my rig please. I am wanting to monitor rad1 fan speeds, rad 2 fan speeds and lower intake fan speeds. Also I have the CH7 board with a temp sensor going to my res to monitor average water temp, is there a way to include that as well please?

Thanks in advance.

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11 hours ago, Carlos Alonso said:

How do you manage for it to be on top of the task bar? I have one based on a previous version of yours, but customized to my needs (no network activity or drives, 16 cores, added FPS counter, and evenly color coded bars (green>yellow>orange>red) (attached here).

 

but everytime I click on the task bar or any icon/program there, the panel goes hidden, even when I have all options set up so it should not, and this is really driving me crazy.

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Simply put: Currently you can't!

Unfortunately the SensorPanel is still lacking support for tasbar integration. With this proof-of-concept one of my main goal was to show the devs the potential and that it's worth the time and effort needed to implement the feature. IMHO the otherwise empty space on taskbar shouts for this kind of utilization.

The main problem is that the necessary API calls ('deskband') are officially not supported, they are in some kind of legacy status starting from Win7. It's a controversial topic because on the other hand they are still definitely part of Win10. At least two prominent features I know of (i.e. search bar and people bar) are based on them.
Anyway I'm curious to know the devs actual standpoint on the matter. They are probably on the fence.

Fiery: Shoud we hope or not? :)

Eagerly waiting aside, at the moment I have no other choice but to place the SensorPanel beside the taskbar...

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...and resize windows accordingly. :(


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4 hours ago, HookR said:

Simply put: Currently you can't!

Unfortunately the SensorPanel is still lacking support for tasbar integration. With this proof-of-concept one of my main goal was to show the devs the potential and that it's worth the time and effort needed to implement the feature. IMHO the otherwise empty space on taskbar shouts for this kind of utilization.

The main problem is that the necessary API calls ('deskband') are officially not supported, they are in some kind of legacy status starting from Win7. It's a controversial topic because on the other hand they are still definitely part of Win10. At least two prominent features I know of (i.e. search bar and people bar) are based on them.
Anyway I'm curious to know the devs actual standpoint on the matter. They are probably on the fence.

Fiery: Shoud we hope or not? :)

Eagerly waiting aside, at the moment I have no other choice but to place the SensorPanel beside the taskbar...




...and resize windows accordingly. :(


 

That was exactly my solution. Although resizing does not bother me that much since it's the seconday screen, which I mostly use to have some websites/apps open while gaming. 

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Hopefully the devs will add support for what you said. 

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Simple things like this are not possible on windows10

Windows10 has been nothing but problem after problem since it was launched 5 years ago, yet we are all forced to use this horrible OS, it's just a huge bloated mess that's full of embedded crapware. Microsoft need to start again, this time make all the useless features a separate add on pack instead of forcing everything down our throats, i have tried my best with MSMG toolkit and NTLite to remove all the god awful embedded stuff but doing so either makes the OS throw up errors or breaks functionality of something else, i tell you what guys you're not gonna like version 2009 it's even worse! took me 10 minutes to find out where to alter the paging file. 

With every major release they introduce even more restrictions for the end user, microsoft are an utter joke seriously. Windows has turned from a gaming platform in to an advertising platform.

I feel sorry for business users the most.

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On 3/5/2018 at 7:45 AM, Rabbithole said:

Hi Stealth, nice panel man ... EZ 2 read, I finally finished my new build, I'm gonna have to limit myself to what I put on my panel (5" lcd) there's a lot of stuff to my new build and my eye's aren't so good...lol but I like what you did here.  I get my new monitor Tuesday... 34" curved 1440 @ 100hz VA panel ... Whooo Hooo !

How did you get the % and C to show in the dials? If I could do that it would make mine a lot cleaner looking.

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Has anybody else had issues with the import of Sensor Panel files?

I have checked to make sure they match the resolution of the screen I am using 800x480 but they seem to import at a much larger scale for some reason then the screen I have. The screen itself is a MPI5001 which can be seen at the link http://www.lcdwiki.com/5inch_HDMI_Display-B

Any suggestions or advice as to how to fix this would be appreciated.

 

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4 hours ago, flynia said:

Has anybody else had issues with the import of Sensor Panel files?

I have checked to make sure they match the resolution of the screen I am using 800x480 but they seem to import at a much larger scale for some reason then the screen I have. The screen itself is a MPI5001 which can be seen at the link http://www.lcdwiki.com/5inch_HDMI_Display-B

Any suggestions or advice as to how to fix this would be appreciated.

Well...

800x480??? That picture says1200x720, so which is right??? If that's right, then that could be why, as a guess... Shrink it down, using the menu in that picture, or else increase the background picture size to compensate, if that bigger number is the correct one... if you understand what I mean??? Hope this helps, but without more information I can only guess... Also depends on if you're trying to leave it at the imported size or change it, if I'm not mistaken???

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 9/21/2020 at 1:46 PM, drDriz said:

Guess who's back, haha!

I'm really sorry I didn't reply to any of your messages over the years. Due to some private things I have never actually used the panel for an internal LCD. I recently upgraded my case to the NZXT H1 and am planning to fit it with a 7.9 inch ultra-wide LCD screen. 

I actually stumbled on my own panel while using Google, which brought me back here.
Unfortunately I do not have the files for the panel I posted earlier, but I'll promise you I will share this time. 

My plan is to create a new panel for this specific case. Due to the size of this panel (400x1280) the files are probably not for everyone, though I'm sure I will be able to someone out with the gauges and things alike. 

Hello men gg for your sensor panel. I love it but we can't donnlowd it, can you share it or can you give your type of police for the text . PLS thx

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On 10/15/2017 at 10:44 AM, drDriz said:

My Custom sensor panel, in the style of Asus' AI suite. 
It's 800 x 460 as this will be displayed on an in-case LCD-screen. 

The dials on top are dynamic, as well as the animated fan icons. I'm quite pleased with it. 
In case anyone's interested, I'll post a picture with the final result!

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Hello men gg for your sensor panel, I love it. But we can't download it. So can you give a new like please, or can you give the type of your police for reproduce it please. Because the panel is awesome <3

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On 11/3/2020 at 6:18 PM, Geralt Of Kodiang ???????? said:

Hi, i'm using this panel and after 10 to 15 minutes, the panel stuck with error said "thread creation error: Not enough memory resources are available to process this command" . Any ideas? Using other panel with same size doesnt have this issue

I forgot to delete an image in "manage sensor panel" , you can see two background  image (are the same imagine with different format: jpeg and png) . Delete second image or download and import in my previous post sensorpanel that now is updated

Bye

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On 4/8/2020 at 4:17 PM, FoX said:

My first Custom sensor panel, It´s on 1024 x 600 Screen is displayed on an incase screen.

It is not yet finished but still in progress. I was ispired a little bit by everyone.

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On 10/26/2020 at 7:37 PM, R3ML005B055 said:

Can you post this again?

Share Gauge please

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I notice some of you guys have a great looking Ryzen Borgesque CPU icon, that appears to change colour on the outside, based on the load. How would I get something like that please. I would love to have it so the CPU and Ram usage icons light up with usage and possibly spinning fans that are slow at idle and spin more under load as well. Can this be done, if so how?

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12 hours ago, flynia said:

Has anybody else had issues with the import of Sensor Panel files?

I have checked to make sure they match the resolution of the screen I am using 800x480 but they seem to import at a much larger scale for some reason then the screen I have. The screen itself is a MPI5001 which can be seen at the link http://www.lcdwiki.com/5inch_HDMI_Display-B

Any suggestions or advice as to how to fix this would be appreciated.

 

I'm getting the same issues.  I have a 800x480 screen and made sure I'm importing 800x480 panels.  Every time I import my panel changes to 1200x720.  The underlying background image is still 800x480 but all the sensors scale to fit the new resolution for some reason.

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On 11/5/2020 at 4:41 AM, Carlos Alonso said:

That was exactly my solution. Although resizing does not bother me that much since it's the seconday screen, which I mostly use to have some websites/apps open while gaming. 

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Hopefully the devs will add support for what you said. 

I love this config! Are you able to share it?

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On 9/6/2020 at 8:32 AM, Liao Joey said:

Hey there, downloaded your awesome panel, however the dimensions display as 4800x1200 as opposed to 1920x480. Is there an easy way to scale this down? Will it automatically render properly when I drag it to my 8.8 inch screen? Thanks for the help.

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On 9/6/2020 at 2:32 PM, Liao Joey said:

 

Hi,

I´m in the middle of configure you´re AWESOME template for my 1024x768 screen i had lying around. 

Where does your icons come from ? I could use someone for Disk(space).

 

Thank you !!

 

 

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Hey folks,

I watched this nice video / tutorial by JayzTwoCents about making a sensor panel in AIDA64.
Here's my first try. I wanted to make it look like that space suit that Matt Damon wears in "The Martian" (2015).

I'm still looking how to run this on an old Android phone that was collecting dust. I read on reddit that I need to enable HTTP server but I cannot find such a thing anywhere. Any tips?

 

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I also watched the JayzTwoCents about making a sensor panel in AIDA64 for a recent build of theirs, which led me here.  Searching around for inspiration, and being that it is N7 day, I made a Mass Effect themed dashboard for an old Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, I had collecting dust.

To create this, I found a similar dashboard on this site:  http://www.lamptron.com/Products/HardwareMonitor/117.html and recreated it from scratch using assets I found in this thread, or created myself.

The zip file includes everything you will need, including the 3 different gauges, BitFenix logo (my case).  The font is Mass Effect 123 from fontm.com: https://fontm.com/mass-effect-123-font/

Dashboard dimensions:  1024x600

For the gauges, I created all new image files (15 per gauge) with a new gradients from blue to white to orange.  

Colors used:

  • Blue - RGB 0, 200, 255 #00c8ff
  • Orange - RGB  237, 88, 4 #ed5804
  • White - RGB 0, 0, 0 #ffffff
  • Dark Gray -  RBG 30, 30, 30 #1e1e1e

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Download: mass_effect_theme_sensor_dashboard.zip

 

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