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Dashboard 1.7

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Seahorse
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Re: Dashboard

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Just back from a week in the sun with the wife (25th wedding anniversary no less 8-) ) not sorted a replacement font, but have moved it along some more...
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Re: Dashboard

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Ditto...although I have found a weather font 8-)
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Re: Dashboard

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Font found, contract complete, time on my hands...
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Re: Dashboard

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Released into the wild... :o

Oh, one other side effect of only having a couple of fonts and no graphics files, the skin, which includes a plugin, weighs in at 110kb.
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Re: Dashboard 1.1

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I received a request for a GPU meter and the only way I know to achieve this was to replaced the Speedfan plugin with HWInfo. Fixed some minor display issues with a few meters (showed % where not required). Changed the Players method of jumping around tracks from invisible boxes to a mouse variable (thank for the suggestion Smurfier ;-) ).

I will play with HWInfo for a while and see what else it allows me to do... 8-)
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Re: Dashboard 1.1

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Well, I can monitor GPU freq and temperatures, Hard Drive Temps and failure flag, Motherboard temp and fan speeds which is nice.

Writing and testing some other essentials (for me) like a launcher, slideshow, luaCalendar theme, analogue clock etc before pushing 1.2 out the door, but no real issues so far... 8-)
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Re: Dashboard 1.2

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Version 1.2 sees the addition of skins for:

* Motherboard
* Dual GPUs
* Hard Drives
* Analogue clock
* Launcher
* Slide show
* Round Wifi & Battery meters (tested on a laptop - screen shot is from my main PC hence no Wifi signal)
* Skinned LuaCaledar
* Quote of the Day
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Re: Dashboard 1.2

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I like cars, so I really like this as well. :D Nice job on this!
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Re: Dashboard 1.2

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Thank you Sir :D
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Re: Dashboard 1.2

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I was checking out the skin because i like some of the design elements however when having the CPU meter open i noticed that the bar indicator adds 1 block per % used so when my CPU goes to 20% it already maxes out the bar.

Do i need to configure something first to get an accurate reading?
using rainmeter 3 beta and have the HWinfo.dll installed