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

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Xenbox
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Re: ForceX System Monitor v3.0.0(Feb-18-2013)

Post by Xenbox »

ForceX wrote:@VKJSM27 : Yes it is because the skin is not detecting your version of windows. What version are you running and I can make sure it is included in the lookup table?
Hey windows 8 64bit and thanks nice to see you around :) I love this Sidebar!

Oh edit just got V3 and its no longer Black how can I get rid of that transparent stuff!
Also there is Blank lines in this one?

Edit ok ive fixed the padding problem now to tackle the backgound :)
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Re: ForceX System Monitor v3.0.2(Feb-18-2013)

Post by Benjamin Linus »

Fantastic update.
Many thanks :bow:
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Re: ForceX System Monitor v3.0.2(Feb-18-2013)

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@VKJSM27: You can edit the skins color and transparency in the main FXSM_V3_Settings.inc file. All you need to do is modify the fourth number in the color string which is your alpha to read 255

Example :
aColor=red,green,blue,alpha

Color values range from 0-255

Black will be
aColor=0,0,0,255

While white is
255,255,255,255

Red
255,0,0,255

Green
0,255,0,255

Blue
0,0,255,255

A transparent color is
r,g,b, <255

The blank lines I think you are talking about are separations. You can change the snap distance and component separation in the main ini file as well.

Look for :
Padding : This is how much distance is between each main component.
Padding1 : This is how much space is between internal components. Such as the drive meters.

Change these to 0 for no seperation.
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Re: ForceX System Monitor v3.0.2(Feb-18-2013)

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ForceX wrote:@VKJSM27: You can edit the skins color and transparency in the main .ini file. All you need to do is modify the fourth number in the color string which is your alpha to read 255.

Example :
aColor=red,green,blue,alpha

Color values range from 0-255

Black will be
aColor=0,0,0,255

While white is
255,255,255,255

Red
255,0,0,255

Green
0,255,0,255

Blue
0,0,255,255

A transparent color is
r,g,b, <255

The blank lines I think you are talking about are separations. You can change the snap distance and component separation in the main ini file as well.

Look for :
Padding : This is how much distance is between each main component.
Padding1 : This is how much space is between internal components. Such as the drive meters.

Change these to 0 for no seperation.
Thanks I fixed with the padding I just can't see a 'Background' to change the alpha setting to get it back to black, Mega sweet update thanks for this!

or would I change all of them to r,g,b,255?
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Re: ForceX System Monitor v3.0.2(Feb-18-2013)

Post by Xenbox »

Also how can I change the padding of the side'part' with the units names on (so there is no space) or colour it in black etc..

And the volume & Time bar seems to be a little of, It looks like the '100%' is pushing it out the box size

http://i.imgur.com/WYQkljQ.jpg
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Re: ForceX System Monitor v3.0.2(Feb-18-2013)

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ATM the side bar does not have a padding value. This is something I will be adding.

As for transparency just change the last value in the color string to 255. I would do it for all colors to get the look you want.

In the last message I said the changes were in the main ini file. Sorry I ment the inc file.

Sorry if thes is confusing I am typing this on my phone and I don't have the files to look at right now.
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Re: ForceX System Monitor v3.0.2(Feb-18-2013)

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Volume bar. Thanks for the info. I forgot to change its max value. I'll fix that tonight.
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Re: ForceX System Monitor v3.0.2(Feb-18-2013)

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ForceX wrote:ATM the side bar does not have a padding value. This is something I will be adding.

As for transparency just change the last value in the color string to 255. I would do it for all colors to get the look you want.

In the last message I said the changes were in the main ini file. Sorry I ment the inc file.

Sorry if thes is confusing I am typing this on my phone and I don't have the files to look at right now.
Awesome done it cheers!
Aye that side padding is all I am missing now :) cheers!
And the Volume box that is.
ForceX wrote:Volume bar. Thanks for the info. I forgot to change its max value. I'll fix that tonight.
Your welcome and thanks again for the update :thumbup:
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Re: ForceX System Monitor v3.0.2(Feb-18-2013)

Post by ForceX »

@VKJSM27 : I cant seam to replicate the sound bar offset like you have in your image. I tested it with your same setup 6HDD meter with sound bar docked at bottom with sound %100 in the bottom corner of the screen and 0 for the paddings.

Can you try to move it away and re dock into position and let me know?
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Re: ForceX System Monitor v3.0.2(Feb-18-2013)

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ForceX wrote:@VKJSM27 : I cant seam to replicate the sound bar offset like you have in your image. I tested it with your same setup 6HDD meter with sound bar docked at bottom with sound %100 in the bottom corner of the screen and 0 for the paddings.

Can you try to move it away and re dock into position and let me know?
Yea odd I just restarted and it docked right in there fine this time around :confused: