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  1. Hello, I'm trying to make some Radial Gauges in PowerGadgets that pull data from a SQL database. I'm using the PowerGadgets Creator create PGF files that connect to SQL and for 1 value it's simple enough. Works fine. But I am attempting to do something more complex: I would like to create a gauge that shows our Quarterly Sales, with the Quarterly Sales Goal as the max value, with an InnerGuage with the Monthly Sales and Monthly Sales Goal as max. It's a sort of two part question: 1) I would like to pull in not just the mainvalue from the SQL query (the needle) but also the mainscal
  2. Yes, even if it was just one element it would be super handy. Do you know when this next version might be released? What I am wondering really is: Is it worth re-coding all of my PGF charts as PowerShell out-charts? Or if the next version which could export a PGF file to a bitmap is just around the corner then it's not worth my time. (unless there is a simple way to convert) Thanks, --Saul
  3. Yes, please let me know. I think it could be something others would be interested in too. Both being able to pass PGF files to the cmdlets and/or being able to output a PGF file to bitmap. The features are there, they just need to be connected! Or a simple way to convert between PGF and a list of cmdlet options. --Saul
  4. That sounds like it would work, but it doesn't. I tried: PS> out-chart -template "Today's Time Sheet.pgf" -output c:\test.png And it just outputs a random line chart, with 3 lines. I tried without the -output and it displayed the same chart. I tried moving the PFG to My Documents (the guide sort if implies that's where they're kept) but it didn't help. It's like it's showing an example chart. In fact, when I do just: out-chart -output c:\test.png it displays a random bar chart. And if I misspell the PGF file name I get the same random bar chart. So I know it's reading the PGF
  5. Hello, I've been trying out PowerGadgets, and my company recently purchased 7 licences. Or primary use for it is to visually display data from our help-desk software, which runs SQL. I have created several PowerGadget PFG files with the Creator. However I'd like to create a "dashboard" with several of the gadgets arranged so that I can easily bring them all up or minimize them, without having to deal with 10 different charts/gauges. And idea suggested was to output the Gauges/Charts to bitmap/PNG format and build a webpage that displays the pictures. I could then get the page to auto-
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