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  1. I have build 1.0.3049.17915, which I just pulled from your site.
  2. Yes, InnerGauges 0 -> RadialGauge -> MainIndicator -> AnimationSpan. It says 2s. There is also a <ANIMATION>00:00:02</ANIMATION> tag in the Innergauges section of the template file
  3. If I put it another way; isn't this quite the showstopper for PowerGadgets? Or is there another reasonably simple way of sending values to out-gage?
  4. I recently upgraded to PowerShell 2.0 on my WIndows XP box. A script that previously worked now does not. The script is a simple test: Add-PSSnapin PowerGadgets get-wmiobject Win32_PerfFormattedData_PerfOS_Processor | where {$_.Name -eq "_Total"} | select InterruptsPersec,PercentProcessorTime,PercentInterruptTime,PercentPrivilegedTime,PercentUserTime | out-gauge -refresh 0:0:2 -template test1.pgt -Scales_1_Indicators_0_Value {$_.PercentProcessorTime} -innerGauges_0_RadialGauge_Value {$_.PercentInterruptTime} -innerGauges_1_RadialGauge_Value {$_.PercentPrivilegedTime} -Scales_2_Indicators
  5. PowerGadgets 1.0.3049.17915, I just downloaded it. Running on Windows XP 32-bit, PowerShell 1.0.
  6. I have created a PowerGadgets template with two innerGauges of the radial type. I have successfully bound values to them from a script and the refresh works. However, when specifying an AnimationSpan to 2 seconds the needle moves immediately with no animation delay. The AnimationSpan works for the three indicators I have on the large gauge (Main and two more).
  7. Finally I figured out and used your idea to create seperate script for each detailed view. Works fine now, thank you for your assistance.
  8. I'm sure this works, however the above example relies on the possibility of using "ps $selected" instead of a where construct. I can't use that, I must use where $_.Name -like, the get-wmiobject will not accept a $selected on the end of the Win32 object. I've been experimenting with using a temp file with the system name. I can write and read the variable, but so far I've been unsuccessful in getting -Refresh to work. $systemname=$args[0]write $systemname > u:\reports\PowerShell\1.tmp$systemname = get-content u:\reports\PowerShell\1.tmp get-wmiobject Win32_PerfFormattedData1 -computerNam
  9. Primary script is just one line, altered a few specifics to protect the innocent. get-WmiObject Win32_PerfFormattedData_PerfCounter 1 -computerName MANAGER | select Name,TotalhostKBPers,TotalhostReqPers | sort Name | out-chart -DrillDown_Script U:\Reports\PowerShell\details.ps1 -DrillDown_Parameter {$_.Name} -Title "Overview" -Refresh 0:0:15 Drilldown script. It's actually several lines to get all the details, but one line is enough to explain what I want to do. $systemname=$args[0] get-wmiobject Win32_PerfFormattedData_PerfCounter 2-computerName MANAGER | where {$_.Name -like "$
  10. I'm experementing with having a master overview of a number of similar systems. If I see one system peaking in load, I want to be able to drill down and look at details on that particular system. So far, I've been able to create the overview script, and this is working well with -refresh. I have also been able to create a detail script called by DrillDown_script and DrillDown_parameter. Multiple charts are launched, and it contains the information I want. However, I want to keep refreshing the detail charts as well, as I monitor the system I have drilled down to. But it seems like on
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