digidog wrote: ↑January 16th, 2022, 6:48 am
Just made the jump to HWINFO 7.16 and Gadgets 7.2.0 from 6.42 and 5.5.1 and I am delighted to see that my
R5 3600, R5 5600x and R7 5800x all show per core temps now !!!! (Among other refinements such as the Weather working again
When did you start rounding the corners of the default view ?? How would a fella modify the files to make them square again ?
I ask because the white inner border seems to poke the rounded corners if scaled down to say 0.85 or so..
I think I added the slight roundness in v6.0.0 to make them match the original Addgadgets.com Sidebar Gadgets. They were actually rounded originally, and in some long past version I then made them square.
To make them square is a little bit of an ordeal, but it's the same for every skin (hopefully!) so in theory you can fix them all with a few global search-and-replaces.
In general, the background for every skin is drawn by a meter named [MeterBackGround]
. This meter looks something like this (in pseudo-code):
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Shape2=Rectangle <exp X>,<exp Y>,<exp W>,<exp H>,6 | Fill Color ...
Shape3=Rectangle <exp X>,<exp Y>,<exp W>,<exp H>,4 | Fill Color ...
Shape4=Rectangle <exp X>,<exp Y>,<exp W>,<exp H>,1 | Fill Color ...
Shape5=Rectangle <exp X>,<exp Y>,<exp W>,<exp H>,1 | Fill LinearGradient ...
See those "6, 4, 1, 1" values as the fifth arguments of the rectangle? Those are the corner radius values. All you would need to do is change them all to zero. If you are good with regex expressions in Notepad++, you might be able to make the change in one shot (I stink at regexes, LOL).
Now that I think of it, those radius values are actually wrong.. they should be multiplied by the scale factor, and not be just simple constants. Oh well, maybe next version!