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On 2/6/2021 at 1:05 AM, Wondersquid said:

I appreciate the reply. When I change the dimensions it cuts off too much of the background and the graphs are too large. I am new to this and other then resizing everything in photo shop is there another way to do this i'm not finding?

another solution is set your resolution to 1280x800, then the panel will automatically fit your screen

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27 minutes ago, dave798 said:

please share

Here it goes. I did a few changes since i noticed that in a 5" lcd screen you need a bigger font size so as to let all the stuff properly readable.

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Btw, just in case someone could help me: I noticed i can't edit or create custom gauges, i have not "Gauge" Item type. How can i edit a custom gauge on last aida versions?

 

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18 hours ago, Wondersquid said:

I made another Vault-Tec panel the Vault boy devils face gets redder as temps go up. 600x1024 of coarse can be modified to your liking. I fixed the knobs according to a post I found removed stuff in Photoshop and they don't seem to disrepair  anymore. The border is a top layer so it will have to be moved to modify anything. (This is an updated version)

 

 

Vault-Tec Panel_NewJPG.JPG

REDFACE_FINAL_sensorpanel.97a367800736ac91aba74a94c9dcf7fd 3.89 MB · 2 downloads

I'll have to check this out and see how you're doing the red face and maybe apply it to my own sensorpanel (Fallout theme). Perhaps make Vault Boy walk/animate the images as CPU utilization ramps up

IMG_20210122_201137870.jpg

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10 hours ago, Jav M. said:

So here we go!

Here you can find attached all the files related to this SensorPanel, which I have named as "KICS" (Keep It Clean & Simple). I have made some minor adjustments after the first post to make the panel visually better.

The font used is called "Orbitron".

Like and enjoy!

 

PD1: if you find some mistakes, let me know in order to improve also my own SensorPanel!

PD2: share your creations based on this template!

Background.zipUnavailable Gauge.zipUnavailable KICS - Jav M..sensorpanelUnavailable Orbitron.zipUnavailable

Love this. Thank you

 

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19 minutes ago, successlessness said:

I'll have to check this out and see how you're doing the red face and maybe apply it to my own sensorpanel (Fallout theme). Perhaps make Vault Boy walk/animate the images as CPU utilization ramps up

IMG_20210122_201137870.jpg

To do the red face in Photoshop layer the color you want over the image set as custom gauge and add the colorized versions to last gauge slots progressively. If you apply my panel it should add the images to your sensor panel folder (C:/Progam Files/AIDA64/SensorPanel) and you can examine the images I made.

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On 2/8/2021 at 12:56 PM, Wondersquid said:

To do the red face in Photoshop layer the color you want over the image set as custom gauge and add the colorized versions to last gauge slots progressively. If you apply my panel it should add the images to your sensor panel folder (C:/Progam Files/AIDA64/SensorPanel) and you can examine the images I made.

I figured it out - thanks for your help. I quickly put this together (see brief video)... I'll still play around with it, maybe add custom Fallout gauges like yours, but modified them to my needs. It will be annoying to move the needle 15 times... but it'll be worth it.

 

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12 hours ago, Jav M. said:

So here we go!

Here you can find attached all the files related to this SensorPanel, which I have named as "KICS" (Keep It Clean & Simple). I have made some minor adjustments after the first post to make the panel visually better.

The font used is called "Orbitron".

Like and enjoy!

 

PD1: if you find some mistakes, let me know in order to improve also my own SensorPanel!

PD2: share your creations based on this template!

Background.zip 40.79 kB · 26 downloads Gauge.zip 214.09 kB · 28 downloads KICS - Jav M..sensorpanel 140.54 kB · 38 downloads Orbitron.zip 151.84 kB · 35 downloads

Many thanks! Just one thing: i tried to open the Background PSD to adapt it to my screen resolution but Photoshop gives me many strange errors without opening it...any advice?

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1 hour ago, successlessness said:

I figured it out - thanks for your help. I quickly put this together (see brief video)... I'll still play around with it, maybe add custom Fallout gauges like yours, but modified them to my needs. It will be annoying to move the needle 15 times... but it'll be worth it.

Try to set Vault boy on CPU usage the walking may be more animated its one thing that goes up and down consistently

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14 hours ago, Jav M. said:

So here we go!

Here you can find attached all the files related to this SensorPanel, which I have named as "KICS" (Keep It Clean & Simple). I have made some minor adjustments after the first post to make the panel visually better.

The font used is called "Orbitron".

Like and enjoy!

 

PD1: if you find some mistakes, let me know in order to improve also my own SensorPanel!

PD2: share your creations based on this template!

Background.zip 40.79 kB · 46 downloads Gauge.zip 214.09 kB · 50 downloads KICS - Jav M..sensorpanel 140.54 kB · 45 downloads Orbitron.zip 151.84 kB · 47 downloads

got som problemm it runs in 640x384 

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10 hours ago, successlessness said:

I figured it out - thanks for your help. I quickly put this together (see brief video)... I'll still play around with it, maybe add custom Fallout gauges like yours, but modified them to my needs. It will be annoying to move the needle 15 times... but it'll be worth it.

What if you use the clock instead and make him take a step for each second? Cool panel btw!

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14 hours ago, Luis Gabriel Gerena said:

I like it!
Mind sharing it? :)

Of course.

It's a remote senor LCD rather than sensor panel, but I guess it wouldn't be too hard to recreate as the latter.
Source files are Corel Draw vector if you want to change colours or shuffle things around, but I think that can be imported into something like Illustrator or Inscape.
Font is Electrolize.

background.png

frames.png

remote_sensor.rslcd remote_sensor.cdr Electrolize-Regular.ttf

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