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  1. Data: represented in a Bar chart with 2 series The data itself is just three fields: catagory labels, series1, series2 Gallery: Bar chart only No major settings were changed, just selected formatting for the axes, background, etc. But based on your intuition, I did Out-Chart the same data without using any template, and it behaves properly. So, I guess I'll go through it again and start from scratch with creating the template.... I'll test it with the data at every settings change, starting from the basic chart, at let you know if I come across whichever one is causing this behavior. Th
  2. A nice feature of the charts is that if you hover over a data series, after a second it will hide the other series from view for emphasis. It seems as though hovering over one of the X-axis values is supposed to do something similar by hiding all chart values except those for that particular category-value. However, the index for this seems to be off by (-1)... when I hover over a category value, the chart values for the category immediately before it are the ones displayed, instead. Has anyone else come across this? It seems like a nice feature, just doesn't work properly for me. -wwa
  3. JuanC: >The approach using a variable is not supposed to refresh (read more about this) Interesting. Makes sense. >> I think the object method definitely looks nicer, but I think this more-raw way may reduce the overhead. >We tend to favor the object approach. This also allows you to use the same in other scripts to package >information even if you are not using PowerGadgets. I think the overhead is minimal although I have not >run any comparisons. You're right, reusability is a good thing. But I think I'm more apt to stick with inserting the scriptblock directly, sin
  4. @marco Thanks. I did come across those examples as well before I posted my question... but when I tried them, the Refresh of the gauge did not work. I had tried basically the same thing with creating an object in the following script and then piping it to the Out-Gauge, but it would just display the initial values: $RAM = [INT]((1-(gwmi win32_PerfRawData_perfOS_memory).availablebytes/1gb)*100)$CPU =(gwmi -class "Win32_PerfFormattedData_PerfOS_Processor"|where{$_.name -eq $_Total"}).percentprocessortime$obj = new-object System.Objectadd-member -inputobject $obj -membertype NoteProperty -Nam
  5. I've managed to create multiple indicators on a single gauge, but how do you set the value for the additional indicators from within PowerShell? i.e., anything besides the MainIndicator value. Thanks, -Brian
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