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Excuse me that I only have a little practice in speaking English.

 

Here the Backgroundpicture, Gauge and a exportet Sensorpaneldata :-)
 

Sensorpanelpre

 

( Sorry, mein Schulenglisch ist schon 30 Jahre her, ich habe hier das Hintergrundbild, die Skalen und ein exportiertes Sensorpanelfile. Ich hoffe ihr könnt damit was anfangen :-)  )

 

Gruß Michael

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Excuse me that I only have a little practice in speaking English.

 

Here the Backgroundpicture, Gauge and a exportet Sensorpaneldata :-)

 

Sensorpanelpre

 

( Sorry, mein Schulenglisch ist schon 30 Jahre her, ich habe hier das Hintergrundbild, die Skalen und ein exportiertes Sensorpanelfile. Ich hoffe ihr könnt damit was anfangen :-)  )

 

Gruß Michael

Hallo, Micha. Danke dafür. Thanks.

 

I once served me and some adapted for me and my Samsung 800P. Resolution 800x480.

Let's see what I would want to change at these times I like it quite well.

 

see ya

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This is set up for my triple 1080 monitors, I put black lines where my screens split so you can see how it lays out. I edited the pictures to match my system: FX6300 CPU, AMD R7 GPU and Corsair Vengeance RAM. All you need to do is find a picture online shrink it to about 250x250ish pixels and black anything out that you want to be clear. The OSD is setup with no background and is using the background from the SensorPanel. 

 

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2016-05-05.sensorpanel

 

This is my second setup. I added a little 3d graphics and did away with the OSD.

 

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And I think I finished with this:

 

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The .sensorpanel file for this one is 1.40 MB and it will not allow me to upload compresses files.

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The picture shows an Android LG L9 running Odospace Remote Panel see http://forums.aida64.com/topic/2776-display-pc-sensor-values-on-android-device-connected-via-usb-odospace-remote-panel 

It is connected to the PC without Wifi and powered through USB. The L9 powers on and off automatically with the PC (see description in the link above).

I love the use of an android. I have an Asus eee pad tf101 10" tablet. I would love to use it for the sensor panel, but i can only connect it through wifi. so it's tcp remote only. I need to work a little more on the panel, but having some difficulties with the limited options.

 

Anyone know how to label the sensors in wifi remote version?

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Would it be possible to have bar section with custom images like gauges?

We'll think about that :)

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I love the use of an android. I have an Asus eee pad tf101 10" tablet. I would love to use it for the sensor panel, but i can only connect it through wifi. so it's tcp remote only. I need to work a little more on the panel, but having some difficulties with the limited options.

 

Anyone know how to label the sensors in wifi remote version?

RemoteSensor works the same way as SensorPanel. In fact, it uses the very same AIDA64 LCD rendering engine. You don't have to rename anything.

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We'll think about that :)

 

Thanks... also, would it be possible to have an option to make the SensorPanel background color transparent like the OSD panel option.  And if it's just too much to include our own images in the bar like I asked earlier, instead make the bar background color transparent?  Which would be a workaround for using custom images.  Thanks for your considerations. :)

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Thanks... also, would it be possible to have an option to make the SensorPanel background color transparent like the OSD panel option.  And if it's just too much to include our own images in the bar like I asked earlier, instead make the bar background color transparent?  Which would be a workaround for using custom images.  Thanks for your considerations. :)

Transparency cannot be done for only the background of the SensorPanel. The OSD Panel transparency is done for the whole window, including the contents, not just for the background.

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Transparency cannot be done for only the background of the SensorPanel. The OSD Panel transparency is done for the whole window, including the contents, not just for the background.

 

Gotcha.. Thanks for your time.

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Discovered the possibilities of Aida64 a couple of weeks ago and I'm loving it. Well done to all involved!

 

I bought a cheap tablet to use as an LCD using Odospace. Works flawlessly  B)

 

I've put together a very basic set of sensors. I actually have more screen real estate than I need. Not sure what else I can add to it.

 

Resolution is 800x480

 

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I've tried to upload the file but it apparently I don't have permissions... I'll include a link if anyone is interested

 

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5dRxk3QHbqbS3Z2NFgzaXJrbjA

 

edit: is there a way to change between pages without having to open the preferences in aida64 and manually selecting which page to be set as active? ie: a hotkey or similar, just to flick between pages? 

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I really like a lot of these panels. great work guys.

 

I would like to use some of them as templates and adjust where needed. My problem is that I have a very high resolution tablet that i am using. Is there any way to zoom in, or adjust the size of the panel??

I tried to just use a lower resolution, and that has not helped.

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I really like a lot of these panels. great work guys.

 

I would like to use some of them as templates and adjust where needed. My problem is that I have a very high resolution tablet that i am using. Is there any way to zoom in, or adjust the size of the panel??

I tried to just use a lower resolution, and that has not helped.

You can adjust the SensorPanel dimensions (width and height in pixels) in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / SensorPanel.

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You can adjust the SensorPanel dimensions (width and height in pixels) in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / SensorPanel.

I have tried a hundred different resolutions, higher and lower. But still the panel only occupies the very upper left portion of the screen

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Is there a way to simply magnify the entire panel... Maybe it's the raw file is to small

If you use a background image, then you have to adjust its size to make sure it is the same dimension than your SensorPanel. Magnification is not supported by the SensorPanel.

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Very simple and compact yet packed with useful information. Set up for a 6c/12t CPU, multiple drives, and a single GPU but can be modified easily.

 

Also shows:

CPU- temp (socket, die and individual cores), load (bar for threads, graph for overall), frequency, and voltage

GPU- temp, TDP, load, vRAM use, voltage, and fan speed

drives- load, read and write speed for each

system- Ram use, system power draw (measured by PSU), Down/Upload speeds, date and time

 

 

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2016-07-19.sensorpanel

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Hi guys, how do you get the vertical bars graphs?

You simply need to specify a bar dimension where width is smaller than height ;)

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