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  1. All of my charts seems to close automatically after a few days of being on. The gauges never have an issue. I have included an example. I hope you can help!
  2. I was just following up with this issue memory leak. Has anyone seen it before? Dwayne La Rose
  3. I appears that the code that I used was correct. It is working now.
  4. An update to this issue, I tried to update Power Gadgets from the Software FX site and got the following error when I open powershell: Add-PSSnapin : Cannot load Windows PowerShell snap-in powergadgets because of the following error: The Windows PowerShell snap-in module C:\Program Files\PowerGadgets\PowerGadgets.Commands.dll does not have required Windows PowerShell snap-in strong name PowerGadgets.Commands, Version=1.0.2769.24553, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=a1878e2052c08dce.At C:\WINDOWS\system32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\profile.ps1:9 char:13+ add-pssnapin <<<< powerga
  5. I have Powergadget charts that seem to crash almost every day. I also notice that page file usage is higher just after a crash . Is there a known issue with older versions of PowerGadgets? I have version 1.0.3588.28130 of of the software.
  6. I am try to run the following script to produce colour coded charts. This is the script that I am using: # HoursByTech(ITW).ps1$condition = {switch ($_.Color){ 'Blue' {0;} 'Green' {1;} 'Yellow' {2;} 'Red' {3;} }}&"GetHoursByTech(ITW).ps1" last week| out-chart -caption "Hours Worked by Tech" -Title "Hours Worked by Tech" -palette highcontrast -backcolor black -plotareacolor black -background solid -forecolor silver -allseries_multiplecolors true -refresh 00:30:00 -name "HoursByTech(Colour)" -legendbox_visible false -conditionalattributes_0_color Blue -conditionalattrib
  7. Yep that did it! It is working now! Thanks!
  8. I have an issue where I get the following error when I open powergadget charts after a recent update: ---------------------------PowerGadgets Presenter---------------------------The term 'invoke-sql' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try again.---------------------------OK --------------------------- I can run the powershell that this comes from just fine.
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