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    • #3807
      cmd
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      Hello! I’m trying to use a bar2 chart similar to neilj’s to display my drives. However, even with a minimal implementation, I’m not able to get my chart to draw. If I use the legacy ‘bar’ style, it does however. I’m sure I’m doing something wrong but I’m just not seeing what.

      Relevant ini lines:

      
      # shows no chart, even if I specify row-id:1
      LOGICALDRIVES=interval:15,diskio:1,chart:bar2 scale:linear max:100 series1:7 threshold:80,display:%1 %7[2.0f]%|%chart%
      # shows chart!
      LOGICALDRIVES=interval:15,diskio:1,chart:bar linear 100 7 80,display:%1 %7[2.0f]%|%chart%
      

      Screenshot of the output is attached. Any help is most appreciated!

      Cheers

    • #3812
      Glenn
      Keymaster

      I copy pasted your code straight in to my working ini and it shows as expected. Check your version of DTI

    • #3814
      cmd
      Participant

      Wow, thanks for the lightning quick response! Well that makes me feel better that I didn’t miss something completely obvious there 😅

      I’m on 2.3.1.3085.

      Here’s my whole ini, in case I’m doing something else wrong elsewhere.

      
      [options]
      # size and position
      monitor-mode=0
      monitor-num=0
      #top=0
      #left=0
      bottom=1
      right=1
      width=420
      centerv=0
      centerh=0
      column1width=-1
      
      # interface
      formcolor=000000
      transparency=100
      contextmenu=1
      allowdrag=0
      nav=0
      nav-align=0
      nav-color=ffffff
      #language=
      
      # font
      font-face=Consolas
      font-size=10
      #font-charset=1
      font-rtl=0
      font-quality=5
      line-spacing=1
      
      # banner graphic
      #logo=
      logo-width=0
      logo-height=0
      logo-align=0
      
      # application logging
      log=desktopinfo.log
      log-level=debugonerror
      eventlog-level=error
      
      # desktopinfo64
      desktopinfo64=1
      
      # other
      inimonitortime=2
      text-editor=notepad
      text-align=0
      initial-page=0
      auto-home=0
      ignore-setting-change=0
      
      [screen-saver]
      # does this work?
      font-face=Comic Sans MS
      font-size=16
      centerv=1
      centerh=1
      
      [text]
      noresults=<n/a>
      error=[error]
      
      [pages]
      1=Main Page
      2=
      3=
      4=
      5=
      6=
      7=
      8=
      9=
      
      [functions]
      KtoC=%1-273.15
      KtoF=(%1-273.15)*9/5+32
      
      [items]
      
      # colors
      set=key:White,value:#ffffff
      set=key:Grey,value:#a0a0a0
      set=key:Cyan,value:#00ffff
      set=key:Magenta,value:#ff00ff
      set=key:Green,value:#00ff00
      set=key:Orange,value:#ffb871
      set=key:Silver,value:#c0c0c0
      set=key:Blue,value:#0000f0
      set=key:Yellow,value:#ffff00
      set=key:Red,value:#ff0000
      
      ##PAGE 1
      
      # Generic Info
      HOST=active:1,interval:0,color:ffdd99,style:b
      USER=active:1,interval:0,color:ffdd99
      
      # Hardware
      WMI=active:1,interval:0,color:0099ee,text:Serial Number,namespace:root\cimv2,query:Win32_Bios,display:%SerialNumber%
      WMI=active:1,interval:0,color:0099ee,text:Model,namespace:root\cimv2,query:Win32_ComputerSystem,display:%Model%
      WMI=active:1,interval:0,color:0099ee,text:BIOS Rev,namespace:root\cimv2,query:Win32_Bios,display:%SMBIOSBIOSVersion%
      
      # windows configuration
      WMI=active:1,hidden:1,interval:0,color:ff8888,text:OS,namespace:root\cimv2,query:Win32_OperatingSystem,set:OSV,display:%caption%
      WMI=active:1,hidden:1,interval:0,color:ff8888,text:OSArch,namespace:root\cimv2,query:Win32_OperatingSystem,set:OSArch,display:%OSArchitecture%
      WMI=active:1,hidden:1,interval:0,color:ff8888,text:OSVersion,namespace:root\cimv2,query:Win32_OperatingSystem,set:OSVersion,display:%Version%
      REG=active:1,value:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ReleaseId,set:releaseid,hidden:1
      
      IF=active:1,interval:0,value1:%OSV%,value2:Microsoft Windows 10 Pro for Workstations,comparator:eq
      Text=active:1,interval:0,text:OS,display:Windows 10 Pro for Workstations (%OSArch%)
      
      IF=active:1,interval:0,value1:%OSV%,value2:Microsoft Windows 10 Pro,comparator:eq
      Text=active:1,interval:0,text:OS,display:Windows 10 Pro (%OSArch%)
      
      OSBUILD=text:,interval:0,display:Version %releaseid% (OS Build %OSVersion%)
      
      FILE=active:1,interval:0,color:ff8888,type:version,text:DTI Version,file:DesktopInfo.exe,display:%2
      #FILE=active:1,interval:0,color:ff8888,type:version,text:Image Version,file:version.exe,display:%2
      
      WMI=active:1,color:ff8888,text:Install Date,namespace:root\cimv2,query:Win32_OperatingSystem,display:%InstallDate_month%[mmm] %InstallDate_day% %Installdate_year% %Installdate_hour%[HH]:%Installdate_minute%[mm]
      
      CMD=active:1,interval:0,color:ff8888,text:AnyDesk ID,file:cmd.exe,parameters:/C anydesk-id.cmd,display:%4
      
      # cpu
      CPUTYPE=color:%Orange%,text:,interval:0
      WMI=text:,interval:5,namespace:root\cimv2,query:Win32_Processor,display:Speed: %CurrentClockSpeed%[4.2K]GHz
      CORETEMP=text:,interval:5,threshold1:1 70 %red%,display:Temperature: %1°C
      #WMI=interval:10,text:Cpu Temp,namespace:root\wmi,query:MSAcpi_ThermalZoneTemperature,display:{{1.0d:%CurrentTemperature%/10-273.15}}Celsius
      PROCESSCOUNT=text:,interval:5,display:Processes: %1 Threads: %2
      CPU=text:,interval:5,chart:line2 height:2 scale:linear max:100 series1:1 color1:ffffff series2:2 color2:71b8ff, threshold1:1 80 %red%,threshold2:2 40 %red%,display:Load: %1[2.0f]% Kernel:%2[2.0f]% Queue: %3
      TOPPROCESSCPU=text:,interval:10,maxrows:1,display:Top process: %3% %1
      
      # memory
      #PHYSICALRAM=active:1,interval:5,color:cc99cc,chart:0,threshold:90,tcolor:0000FF,shortdisplay:0
      PHYSICALRAM=active:1,interval:15,color:ffd0e0,threshold1:3 40 %Yellow%,threshold2:3 65 %Orange%,threshold3:3 80 %Red%,display:%1[3.1b]B / %2[3.1b]B (%3% used)
      
      # network stack
      #ALLIPADDRESS=active:1,interval:30,color:55cc77,activeonly:1,filter:-virtual
      
      WMI=active:2,hidden:1,interval:5,namespace:root\cimv2,query:Win32_NetworkAdapter where Name like "%PCI-E%",set:LSpeed,display:%Speed%[1.0B]Bps
      WMI=active:2,hidden:1,interval:5,namespace:root\cimv2,query:Win32_NetworkAdapter where Name like "%wireless%",set:WSpeed,display:%Speed%[1.0B]Bps
      WMI=active:2,interval:5,text:LAN / WLAN Speed,namespace:root\cimv2,query:Win32_NetworkAdapter where Name like "%PCI-E%" or Name like "%wireless%",display:%LSpeed% / %WSpeed%
      
      NETWORKINTERFACES=active:1,interval:30,color:22dddd,operstatus:1,iftype:6 71,ipv4list:%8/%10|,ipv6list:%11|,display:%2 (@%23[0.0B]bps):|  %8|  %11,friendlyfilter:-VMware-vEthernet
      
      # no bar2?
      LOGICALDRIVES=interval:15,diskio:1,chart:bar2 scale:linear max:100 series1:7 threshold:80 row-id:1,display:%1 %7[2.0f]%|%chart%
      # but bar works?
      LOGICALDRIVES=interval:15,diskio:1,chart:bar linear 100 7 80,display:%1 %7[2.0f]%|%chart%
      
      # misc
      COMMENT=active:1,interval:0,color:aaaaaa,text:Don't forget to be awesome!
    • #3815
      cmd
      Participant

      Doesn’t look like I can edit my previous post, but: You having me check my version is definitely something: I thought I had updated to 2.10.1.3742, but I must have had it running when I tried to paste the files in! I’m on that version now and not seeing it show up at all, so I’ve broken something else for sure, too!

    • #3816
      cmd
      Participant

      Looks like between updating to 2.10 (for real!), and re-building my ini bit by bit things seem to be happy now! Thanks so much for the help!

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