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  1. Hi Marco, Yes that could do, but it would be nicer if it was just one gauge. And would this work for Vista Sidebar Gadget? Regards, Stefan Stranger http://weblog.stranger.nl
  2. Hi Marco, Are the dates dynamic? Regards, Stefan Stranger http://weblog.stranger.nl WebApplication1.zip
  3. Would it be possible to have dates in out-gauge horizontal? Like: 01-01-2007 02-01-2007 12-31-2007 Regards, Stefan Stranger http://weblog.stranger.nl
  4. Hi JuanC, I just wanted to know if it would be possible to have more lines in the out-gauge digital panel. Like: this is line one this is line two In one digital panel. Regards, Stefan
  5. Hi Marco, Pitty ;-( Thanks for your fast response. Regards, Stefan Stranger http://weblog.stranger.nl
  6. Is it possible to have multiple lines with out-gauge? Regards, Stefan Stranger http://weblog.stranger.nl
  7. Hi Marco, I also posted a question about Inkscape and creating a SVG but still waiting for a answer. Maybe you can download the eval version of Illustrator CS2? http://download.adobe.com/pub/adobe/illustrator/win/cs2/Illustrator_CS2_ue_TryOut.exe Regards, Stefan Stranger http://weblog.stranger.nl
  8. I am still looking how I can group a text object with a shape in Inkscape. But there is a Inkscape for Adobe Illustrator Users Appendix in the Inkscape User Manual. http://www.angelfire.com/mi/kevincharles/inkscape/pa-illustrator.html Still working on how and if Inkscape can be used for creating svg images to use in PowerGadgets... Regards, Stefan Stranger http://weblog.stranger.nl ChartAutoResize.zip
  9. Hi Marco, I'm at the moment trying to use Inkscape (www.inkscape.org) to create a SVG image to use within PowerGadgets. But it's not that easy to get a hang of using these illustrator tools. I'll create a howto for using Inkscape if I'm succesful ;-) Regards, Stefan Stranger http://weblog.stranger.nl
  10. Marco, I've announced it in the 'cool scripts' forum. http://community.softwarefx.com/forums/t/9105.aspx Regards, Stefan Stranger http://weblog.stranger.nl
  11. Hi there, I've created with the help of Marco Shaw and Juan an OpsMgr 2007 Alerts Sidebar Gadget. I've written a complete howto. Have fun writting PowerShell with PowerGadgets! Regards, Stefan Stranger http://weblog.stranger.nl
  12. It took a little longer than expected but I've published a blog about how to create an OpsMgr 2007 Alerts Sidebar Gadget. Kudo's to JuanC and Marco Shaw for their help. Regards, Stefan Stranger http://weblog.stranger.nl
  13. Hi Ivan, If I already created an new object in my script. ==== $record = new-object -typename system.object $record | add-member -membertype noteproperty -name count -value 0 [void]$foreach.movenext() $record | add-member -membertype noteproperty -name name -value $level $listing+=$record ===== And also create a new object for the current date. Like: ===== $datetime = get-date $obj = new-object System.object add-member -inputobject $obj -membertype NoteProperty -Name DateTime -value $datetime ===== How do I get the right result in the Char
  14. Marco, This is what I got when I tried your suggestion. Result: PS D:\Scripts> .\PromptOpsMgrAlerts3.ps1 Please enter your Root OpsMgr Server name: Please enter your domain\username account for accessing the Root OpsMgr Server: opsmgr2007demo\administrator Count Name ----- ---- 5 Error Debug1 Debug2 Debug3 Debug4 Debug5 Debug6 0 0 information Debug7 Method invocation failed because [system.Management.Automation.PSObject] doesn't contain a method named 'op_Addition'. At D:\Scripts\PromptOpsMgrAlerts3.ps1:45 char:15 + $listing+=$ <<<< record Debug8
  15. Hi Juan, I tried to implement choice but it's more difficult than I thought [:@] # Count the number of Alerts per Severity and refreshes every minute#$getAlerts = get-alert | where {$_.ResolutionState -eq "0"} | group-object severity | sort-object name | select Name, Count$getAlerts = get-alert | group-object severity | sort-object name | select Name, Count# For the GetColor function to work the result must always return 3 items (Error, Warning and Information)$color = @{"Error"="0"; "Warning"="0"; "Information"="0"}$n=0 foreach ($i in $getAlerts) #(Error, Information, Warning) { if
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