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Ya-Hiba Extension by Starfox444 Ya-Hiba Extension by Starfox444
Inspired a bit by [link]

I wanted a bit more functionality so I created a system uptime meter and temperature meters that match accordingly. Guess What? Update! I made a read/write activity meter and a simple picture viewer too.

Installation Instructions
To install extract sfox.7z by using 7zip or winrar to my documents/rainmeter/skins and for temperatures to work you need to have speedfan installed

Editing Instructions
The way roundline meters work is by graphing values in between a set minimum and maximum value. Now because people have different hardware different people will have different acceptable temperature ranges. If you want to edit the ranges to suit your hardware here is how.

Changing CPU temperature
In CPU temp.ini to edit core 1's values change the MinValue and MaxValue under MeasureSpeedTemp3 and for core 2, do the same for MeasureSpeedTemp4.

Changing GPU and HDD temperature
In GPU and HDD.ini to edit your graphics card values change the MinValue and MaxValue under GPUtemp and for the HDD, do the same for HDDtemp.

Changing System Uptime
Because most people don't leave their computer on for one day, the meter graphs for 24 hours. To change this to multiple days change the MaxValue in CalcH in uptime.ini

Changing Images
Look for image path and that's the path where your images are. If possibly try to link to a folder with many images. It will pick a random one every update so change the update value (1000 = 1 second) if you want it to change more/less often.

If you want a different size frame, change H and W.

Changing Disks in read/write
In HDD.ini go to the measures section change every mention of PerfMonInstance to the drive letter you want for example E drive would be "E:" or Z drive would be "Z:"

To change the text on the far left and right go to LargeTotal to change it for C drive and HDD2Text to change it for J Drive to whatever it is you like.

HDD.ini is included because that was some test code I made to see if I could measure everything and if the values would come out properly so maybe someone else could learn some thing from that.

Graphs on Read/write
Rounded part is graphing total
Top bar is graphing read
Bottom bar is graphing write

Thanks to those on rainmeter forums who have helped me make this and ~YahibazOu for allowing me to make the modification and release it :)

Link to rainmeter forums: [link]
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2troger Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2012
Yeah, some of the temperatures are set to the wrong sensors on Speedfan... For core0 - core3 use the SpeedFanNumber=8 to 11 for those with 4 cores., the HDD temp should be SpeedFanNumber=7.
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traukanshaku Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Was kind of a pain in the butt for me to figure out which numbers corresponded to which temperatures in SpeedFan (I have a lot of temp. sensors), but I'm new to Rainmeter. Anyway, this looks excellent with my current setup, thank you and good work!
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NuclearBlasshole Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2011  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Is it possible to show uptime like this: 06h 06m 06s I want that leading zero there...
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Bazerka Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2010
Nice :D and thx for the comp temp info on speed fan, nvr undrstood why mine didnt work.
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