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ForceX System Monitor v3.0.6(Feb-20-2013)

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Re: ForceX System Monitor 1.4 (April-4-2010)

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Sweet :D
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Re: ForceX System Monitor 1.4 (April-4-2010)

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ForceX wrote:Sweet :D
Check your PM's....
Check this post as well -> http://forum.rainmeter.net/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=871&p=25202#p25202
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Re: ForceX System Monitor 1.4 (April-4-2010)

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Updated to FSXM_V2_Beta .02

This version will name your drives for you; if you have named them. You still need to select your drive assignments in the FXSM_V2_Settings.inc file
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Re: ForceX System Monitor 1.4 (April-4-2010)

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Tested the second beta and everything looks good except that you should abbreviate the day of the week in the date as it overlaps the month. I will work on the Winring like we discussed yesterday.
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Re: ForceX System Monitor 1.4 (April-4-2010)

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Dark_Wizard wrote:Tested the second beta and everything looks good except that you should abbreviate the day of the week in the date as it overlaps the month. I will work on the Winring like we discussed yesterday.
The author of the winring plugin released a skin along with the x32 dll and temp plugin files. This is what I have been using to test if it works on my system. I’ll point a link to it when I get home. Or I can PM you the skin if you don’t have it. I’ll get the abbreviations for the days and months moded in. Can you send me a screen capture of the date if you can?
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Re: ForceX System Monitor 1.4 (April-4-2010)

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ForceX wrote: The author of the winring plugin released a skin along with the x32 dll and temp plugin files. This is what I have been using to test if it works on my system. I’ll point a link to it when I get home. Or I can PM you the skin if you don’t have it. I’ll get the abbreviations for the days and months moded in. Can you send me a screen capture of the date if you can?
Here you go...this is with a 1920x1200 res. PM me the link, thx.
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Re: ForceX System Monitor 1.4 (April-4-2010)

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looks good, and chilly in there, you need a little adjustment with the date on bottom
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Re: ForceX System Monitor 1.4 (April-4-2010)

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maminscris wrote:looks good, and chilly in there, you need a little adjustment with the date on bottom
Yea I'll be working in the date some tonight after I get off work.
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Re: ForceX System Monitor 1.4 (April-4-2010)

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Ok, I have the TemperaturePlugin.dll and WinRing0x64 working on a test skin. How do you want me to proceed? Should I create another section to add to your skin?
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Re: ForceX System Monitor 1.4 (April-4-2010)

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WOW that's great news. If you want to send me your test skin I should be abel to transfer it over to the system monitor, and replace the current code with your updated code.