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02-13-2017 03:02 PM
Ryahn Updated OP. Added github link, new image and discord link
02-13-2017 10:25 AM
Ryahn I support it, I could even open it up and just add you as an admin to it
02-13-2017 04:24 AM
fragamemnon Replied.

P.S. I am in the process of compiling several versions of the script, supporting client from 1-10 client configurations, for Windows 7, 8, and 10.

I am considering opening up a GitHub project for it. A Repo is more easily manage-able, more secure, and will provide the filespace. What do you guys think?
02-13-2017 04:19 AM
Wyllliam
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Originally Posted by fragamemnon View Post

Not quite. The working values are pulled from URL, which is the xtremeoverclocking profile. The per-client overview is read using the same WebParser plugin, but from another destination, which is URL2, i.e. your summary.html file.

Could you please post or PM me your config, or post the Variables segment?

This is the correct format for linking to a local file:
Code:
file://X:\\ABSOLUTE\PATH\summary.html

I think %userprofile% should work, but please enter the full absolute path.

PMed my variable configuration
02-13-2017 04:02 AM
fragamemnon
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Originally Posted by fragamemnon View Post

You have to edit the .ini file and replace three variables (not just two) in the segment starting on Line 24:
26: NAME=
28: URL=
31: URL2=

Your summary.html is generated by HFM.
Go to Edit -> Preferences -> Scheduled Tasks -> Web Generation. Enable the Create Web Site, set the generation location to Local and choose a Target Path. summary.html will be there, so you can point that location in the last variable (URL2).

Did all that.
As you can see in the picture I already posted it can see the amount of clients and the total PPD, but the detailed slot information is not working.
And if i'm correct ,that information comes from the same summary file.

Not quite. The working values are pulled from URL, which is the xtremeoverclocking profile. The per-client overview is read using the same WebParser plugin, but from another destination, which is URL2, i.e. your summary.html file.

Could you please post or PM me your config, or post the Variables segment?

This is the correct format for linking to a local file:
Code:
file://X:\\ABSOLUTE\PATH\summary.html

I think %userprofile% should work, but please enter the full absolute path.
02-13-2017 03:57 AM
Wyllliam
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Originally Posted by fragamemnon View Post

You have to edit the .ini file and replace three variables (not just two) in the segment starting on Line 24:
26: NAME=
28: URL=
31: URL2=

Your summary.html is generated by HFM.
Go to Edit -> Preferences -> Scheduled Tasks -> Web Generation. Enable the Create Web Site, set the generation location to Local and choose a Target Path. summary.html will be there, so you can point that location in the last variable (URL2).

Did all that.
As you can see in the picture I already posted it can see the amount of clients and the total PPD, but the detailed slot information is not working.
And if i'm correct ,that information comes from the same summary file.
02-13-2017 03:49 AM
fragamemnon
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Originally Posted by Wyllliam View Post

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Originally Posted by fragamemnon View Post

@Wyllliam
Could you please try this version?
This one loads, thanks.
But the separate slots in the HFM stats don't work.
I only have 2 slots, it keeps showing 4.
And it doesn't show any data.

You have to edit the .ini file and replace three variables (not just two) in the segment starting on Line 24:
26: NAME=
28: URL=
31: URL2=

Your summary.html is generated by HFM.
Go to Edit -> Preferences -> Scheduled Tasks -> Web Generation. Enable the Create Web Site, set the generation location to Local and choose a Target Path. summary.html will be there, so you can point that location in the last variable (URL2).
02-13-2017 02:44 AM
Wyllliam
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Originally Posted by fragamemnon View Post

@Wyllliam
Could you please try this version?
This one loads, thanks.
But the separate slots in the HFM stats don't work.
I only have 2 slots, it keeps showing 4.
And it doesn't show any data.

02-13-2017 02:35 AM
fragamemnon
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Originally Posted by Wyllliam View Post

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Originally Posted by fragamemnon View Post

*snip*

Can you send me the script your used?
The compiled package isn't working on my PC for some reason.

@Wyllliam
Could you please try this version?
02-13-2017 02:07 AM
Wyllliam
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Originally Posted by fragamemnon View Post

I've taken the liberty to compile a .rmskin package with all the necessary files included. dranas and you are listed as authors. Requesting permission to tag myself along. smile.gif

It will be a work in progress as I will add more stuff, but for now I will be using minor versions. It's up to you to decide if/when a major version will be out.


Latest version - 1.0.6

v 1.0.6 Screenshot (Click to show)
v 1.0.6 Changelog (Click to show)
  • Proper icons for OCN, EOC and HFM added.
  • Changed layout properties of the Client names and AwesomeImages icons, allowing for linked dynamic centered behaviour based on an offset with a fixed skin width of 200.
  • Uncommented AwesomeImages and they are now present for all Clients.
  • AwesomeImages naming scheme and icons have been changed:
    1. AwesomeImage[1,2,3,4] - numbers have been adjust in order to correspond with the Client number and they point to the ocn.ico icon.
    2. AwesomeImage has been renamed to AwesomeImageEOC and points to the eoc.png icon.
    3. AwesomeImage2 has been renamed to AwesomeImageHFM and points to the hfm.ico icon.

Can you send me the script your used?
The compiled package isn't working on my PC for some reason.
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