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4 hours ago, SveNRG said:

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 just got this up and running on an old Android tablet running OS 4.4.2 Kitkat.  I followed this guide:  

(same posted just above).  All in all works very well, but being that this sits on my desktop, I may just run an HDMI to a small display panel and convert mine to a sensor panel on second screen.  But it works very well on the Android tablet.  If you have any issues, I might be able to help.

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1 hour ago, Balm73 said:

Hi everyone!

My first attempt to create a sensor panel. I have attached the Photoshop files if you like to modify them to your liking.

I use a cheap 7 inch display with resolution 1280x720px as the sensor display.

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Awesome design!! Love those custom gauges you did :D
Thanks for including the photoshop file too

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On 11/6/2020 at 8:50 PM, tomd123 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.

I'd like that background. Any chance of a link to that? Preferably 1280x800?

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On 2/3/2019 at 2:36 PM, Mayo0666 said:

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Working on this new project.. still work in progress, I hope you like it...

Some new gauges, some copied and modified from the ones available here on the forum, thank-you all to share your files.

It is on a 10' Samsung tablet 1280x780

If someone needs any file, pls ask here...

i would like please 

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23 hours ago, SveNRG said:

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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2020-11-07.sensorpanel-v1.sensorpanel 194.85 kB · 18 downloads

I love this design. 

 

Do you have a 800 x 480 version?

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On 11/6/2020 at 2:54 PM, XC_COOP said:

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.

I'm having the same problem also. I'm brand new to this and haven't got a clue how to fix it. If I change  the resolution in the settings most of the display dissappear haha. I just need a decent 800x480 template that doesn't change size when I load the file.

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Hey there.
Never knew about anything like this until I watched JayzTwoCents' video. 3 days later, I've got a 7" 1280x768 monitor and a shiny new SensorPanel to go on it. The gauges were really really hard to make! They're actually two "halves" per gauge, for 32-step gauges. I honestly should've made the background slightly more transparent so you can see the graph behind it better, but I'm not going through another 4 hours of photoshop hell for that.

It's still a work in progress, so I won't be uploading it until I'm finished. First, I gotta finish my new PC build and un-hide the rest of the graphs for the 16 cores in my 5950X, then I'll recalibrate the graphs for better minimum/maximum values. Then, I'll post it here.
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Hi Guys, I really love this awesome thread. Some of you are real artists ! :)

I'm looking to see if anyone have built a Microsoft inspired sensor panel ? 

I'm build a Azure inspired build early next year with the new ryzen 5950x + 6900xt card.
Platform will be custom water in the Lian Li O11 Dynamic XL White ROG version.
Would be cool if someone would like to contribute in the future? 

PICs for inspiration on white + Azure coloring in Distro

Regards,

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On 11/8/2020 at 10:03 AM, Balm73 said:

Hi everyone!

My first attempt to create a sensor panel. I have attached the Photoshop files if you like to modify them to your liking.

I use a cheap 7 inch display with resolution 1280x720px as the sensor display.

Aida64Panel.png

Aida64Panel_sensorpanel.0482e0276c77c9c4fc55dbf75bc5d17e 2.06 MB · 43 downloads PSD.zip 1.29 MB · 42 downloads

Hi there,

I have taken this and amended it to fit my theme, i hope you don't mind.  I have an Aliens themed build and the shape matched wutani perfectly.  See the bleow fro what i have done :)

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This is my first attempt at something usable. I borrowed the gauge design from one of the earlier posts (don't recall who, sorry!). So far it's been great in showing me important data without cluttering my desktop or having to read numbers in the taskbar (Core Temp) or using the data in Ryzen Master and AWCC is a joke. 

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@Legitimate_Player1    As far as I've found, there isn't an automatic resize option available with Aida64.  The resolution of the sensor or LCD panel is a hard setting for a specific resolution.  However, if you have the source file, it's easy enough to set the resolution to your needs.  For the odospace, you're under the Preferences>LCD>Odospace tab.  On that same tab, there are resolution settings.  Simply set these to 1024x600.  

This will however resize only the "canvas" itself.  If the original was something like 1280x800, you will see the right and bottom parts cut off.  The sensor elements, labels, etc. still exist - just outside the viewable area.  What I've found as a workaround with a resize project, is to first open up Photosthop/Gimp/paint and create a background image in a solid color in the desired resolution.  Then import this image to your original sized panel you want to scale down.  Set it as the lowest level so everything sits on top of it.  Now you have an area to move all the items to that you know is the correct size.  Once you're done, go back to Preferences>LCD>Odospace and reset the resolution to your target:  1024x600.

 

It just so happens I already created a background image like this, with guidelines for alignment - in the size you are looking for.  Attached here.  Just either hide it or remove it when you're done.

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8 hours ago, AWP3RATOR said:

@Legitimate_Player1    As far as I've found, there isn't an automatic resize option available with Aida64.  The resolution of the sensor or LCD panel is a hard setting for a specific resolution.  However, if you have the source file, it's easy enough to set the resolution to your needs.  For the odospace, you're under the Preferences>LCD>Odospace tab.  On that same tab, there are resolution settings.  Simply set these to 1024x600.  

This will however resize only the "canvas" itself.  If the original was something like 1280x800, you will see the right and bottom parts cut off.  The sensor elements, labels, etc. still exist - just outside the viewable area.  What I've found as a workaround with a resize project, is to first open up Photosthop/Gimp/paint and create a background image in a solid color in the desired resolution.  Then import this image to your original sized panel you want to scale down.  Set it as the lowest level so everything sits on top of it.  Now you have an area to move all the items to that you know is the correct size.  Once you're done, go back to Preferences>LCD>Odospace and reset the resolution to your target:  1024x600.

 

It just so happens I already created a background image like this, with guidelines for alignment - in the size you are looking for.  Attached here.  Just either hide it or remove it when you're done.

layout.thumb.png.44009c1f7b78aeee609c7c3907ab7b8a.png

 

Thanks for this. How do I convert an .XCF image back to a sensorpanel image once I've edited it?

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On 5.10.2020 at 17:43, BTP Media Corp said:

So I modded one from someone here from an all AMD setup to match mine. Kept some elements, removed some other, added some. I Can't remember who it was, but thank you for the great base to start with!

I used a 5" Beadapanel. Fonts are "Intel Clear",  one called DSEG14 and DSEG7 (14 and 7 segment display fonts), and "GeForce" 

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kann man das auch für einen 7 zoll monitor machen 1024x600

ich habe die gleiche cpu 9900k corsair vengeance 32 gb 3600 mhz und rtx 2080 super

ich würde mich freuen wenn das gehen würde. liebe grüsse aus österreich

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5 hours ago, karlo75 said:

kann man das auch für einen 7 zoll monitor machen 1024x600

ich habe die gleiche cpu 9900k corsair vengeance 32 gb 3600 mhz und rtx 2080 super

ich würde mich freuen wenn das gehen würde. liebe grüsse aus österreich

Lade die Datei herunter und editiere die jeweiligen Werte der einzelnen Felder, um sie passend für deinen Bildschirm zu machen.

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18 hours ago, Legitimate_Player1 said:

Thanks for this. How do I convert an .XCF image back to a sensorpanel image once I've edited it?

.xcf is Gimp's standard format for project files, similar to .psd for Photoshop.  In the File menu, select  Export As... and select your preferred format.  PNG works well with Aida64 but could also use .jpg as well.

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8 hours ago, karlo75 said:

ich weiss noch nicht mal wie ich mit einer belcd datei umgehen soll, wenn sensorpanel steht dann kann ich sie importieren, aber diese geht nicht, muss ich sie eventuell umbenennen?

danke

Umbenennen sollte auch gehen, habe es noch nicht probiert.

Sollte irgendein Sensorpanel bereits laufen. Rechtsklick auf das Sensorpanel, "SensorPanel Manager" auswählen > "Importieren" anklicken. Beim Öffnen-Dialog einfach "All files (*.*)" auswählen im Drop-down Menu, dann findest du auch den Namen der Datei und wählst sie aus und lässt das Panel laden. Jetzt kannst du alle Werte ändern und speicherst es dann ab, wird dann "Dateiname.sensorpanel".

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