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Can you add in "Tc up.ini" a new Informations ?
#1
Hi Everyone,

- If is Possible, Can you add, please, in "Tc up.ini" a new Informations for all harddisk (local and, why not, removable), like that :

SYSTEM :: %DISK_L% - HardDisk Letter
SYSTEM :: %DISK_N% - HardDisk Name
SYSTEM :: %DISK_LP% - Disk used Size [%]
SYSTEM :: %DISK_LA% - Available HardDisk Size [GB]
SYSTEM :: %DISK_LT% - Total HardDisk Size [GB]

Exemple config :
- C (HardDisk Letter)
- Documents (HardDisk Name)
- 10 (Disk used Size [%])
- 180 (Available HardDisk Size [GB])
- 200 (Total HardDisk Size [GB])

Exemple config in titlebar : "DISK C Documents 010% 180 GB 200 GB"

- Can you add, please, in "Tc up.ini" a new Informations for all "CPU Core", like that :

SYSTEM :: %CORE_N% - CORE Number
SYSTEM :: %CORE_NP% - CORE Load [%]

- Can you create an option to withdraw the
"- Total Commander Ultra Prime 5.1 -" in the titlebar, to save space.

Thanks to advance.

@+ Blade.

Ps. Sorry for my bad english, i'm french. (Google Translation)
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(06-19-2010, 08:27 AM)Pawel Wrote:
(06-19-2010, 12:31 AM)Blade Runner Wrote: Exemple of hardware config in titlebar :
"DISK C Documents 010% 180 GB 200 GB"
Hi,
Yeah, it is good idea.
The question is, what if user has 10 disks?
What disk should we display?

-Pawel

No problem, you can edit the file "Tc Up.ini" to select the disk drive you want to display the information in the title bar.

Blade
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(06-19-2010, 05:23 PM)Pawel Wrote: 3. If you mean to remove "Total Commander Ultra Prime 5.1" from titlebar - it can't be removed.

Exactly

(06-19-2010, 05:23 PM)Pawel Wrote: Robert, what do you think? Maybe we can use there some abbreviation, like TC UP 5.1?

No, only full name.
You can always use scroll text option. If you turn it on in ini file (ScrollText=1) you can scroll text.
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(06-19-2010, 05:23 PM)Pawel Wrote:
(06-19-2010, 11:35 AM)Blade Runner Wrote: No problem, you can edit the file "Tc Up.ini" to select the disk drive you want to display the information in the title bar.

Hi again,
1. I think, I can add support for disks, in TCUP 5.2 (if I find some free time)
2. What do you mean GPU core? If you mean Graphic card processor I can't add this, as I dont know how to get that info (I am amatour delphi programmer - if you have some example code, i can use it :p)
3. If you mean to remove "Total Commander Ultra Prime 5.1" from titlebar - it can't be removed.
Robert, what do you think? Maybe we can use there some abbreviation, like TC UP 5.1?

-Pawel

1. Thanks.

2. Sorry, I mean CPU CORE. oops

3. No problem, go to SCROLLTEXT=1

@+, Blade.
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(07-03-2010, 11:28 AM)Pawel Wrote:
(06-19-2010, 10:29 PM)Blade Runner Wrote:
(06-19-2010, 05:23 PM)Pawel Wrote:
(06-19-2010, 11:35 AM)Blade Runner Wrote: No problem, you can edit the file "Tc Up.ini" to select the disk drive you want to display the information in the title bar.

Hi again,
1. I think, I can add support for disks, in TCUP 5.2 (if I find some free time)
2. What do you mean GPU core? If you mean Graphic card processor I can't add this, as I dont know how to get that info (I am amatour delphi programmer - if you have some example code, i can use it :p)
3. If you mean to remove "Total Commander Ultra Prime 5.1" from titlebar - it can't be removed.
Robert, what do you think? Maybe we can use there some abbreviation, like TC UP 5.1?

-Pawel

1. Thanks.

2. Sorry, I mean CPU CORE. oops

3. No problem, go to SCROLLTEXT=1

@+, Blade.

Hi again,
Here is a beta disk support (5.2 development tcup version).
http://shup.com/Shup/375772/tcup_disk.7z

In this version, you can use ONLY 1 disk. You need to write the disk letter to tc up.ini option ->Disk_Letter (for example: Disk_Letter=C).
Then, you can use following informations:

;59= DISK :: %DISK_PERCENT_USED_SPACE% - Used disk space [%]
;60= DISK :: %DISK_PERCENT_FREE_AVAILABLE% - Available disk space [%]
;61= DISK :: %DISK_USED_SPACE% - Used disk space [GB]
;62= DISK :: %DISK_TOTAL_SPACE% - Total disk space [GB]
;63= DISK :: %DISK_FREE_AVAILABLE% - Available disk space [GB]
;64= DISK :: %DISK_NUMBER_OF_USED_CLUSTERS% - Number of used disk clusters []
;65= DISK :: %DISK_TOTAL_NUMBER_OF_CLUSTERS% - Total Number of disk clusters []
;66= DISK :: %DISK_NUMBER_OF_FREE_CLUSTERS% - Number of free disk clusters []
;67= DISK :: %DISK_BYTES_PER_SECTOR% - Number of bytes per disk sector [Bytes]
;68= DISK :: %DISK_SECTORS_PER_CLUSTER% - Number of sectors per disk cluster []
;69= DISK :: %DISK_SERIALNUMBER% - Disk serial number []
;70= DISK :: %DISK_FILESYSTEM% - Disk file system [NTFS, FAT32, etc]
;71= DISK :: %DISK_LABEL% - Disk label [Name]
;72= DISK :: %DISK_TYPE% - Disk type [REMOVABLE, FIXED, REMOTE, CDROM, RAMDISK]
;73= DISK :: %DISK_LETTER% - Disk letter [C, D etc] - from "Disk_Letter" option

Here is example usage:
InfoText=":: CPU: %CPU%% (%CPU_S% GHz) :: RAM: %RAM%% (%RAM_T% MB) :: %Date% - %Time% :: <AIMP>%AIMP_STATE%: %AIMP_ARTIST% - %AIMP_TITLE% [%AIMP_ALBUM%] - %AIMP_CURPOS% / %AIMP_REMAIN% (%AIMP_DURATION%) ::</AIMP> Disk:: %DISK_LETTER% :\ (%DISK_LABEL%, %DISK_SERIALNUMBER%, %DISK_FILESYSTEM%, %DISK_TYPE%) [ Used: %DISK_PERCENT_USED_SPACE%% (%DISK_USED_SPACE% GB), Free: %DISK_PERCENT_FREE_AVAILABLE%% (%DISK_FREE_AVAILABLE% GB) %DISK_TOTAL_SPACE% GB] [%DISK_NUMBER_OF_USED_CLUSTERS% (%DISK_TOTAL_NUMBER_OF_CLUSTERS%) , %DISK_NUMBER_OF_FREE_CLUSTERS%, %DISK_BYTES_PER_SECTOR%, %DISK_SECTORS_PER_CLUSTER%]"

I hope this is what you wanted...
I will try to think how to make multi disks support, at one time.
-Pawel

Thank you very much, I just test ... and it works Wink

@+, Blade.
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@ Pawel,

did you not invert :

- "%DISK_PERCENT_USED_SPACE%"
with
- "%DISK_PERCENT_FREE_AVAILABLE%"

I think there is a problem with :

- "%RAM%"
and
- "%RAM_A%"

Again thank you

@+, Blade.
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(07-11-2010, 11:40 AM)Pawel Wrote:
(07-05-2010, 11:42 AM)Blade Runner Wrote: @ Pawel,

did you not invert :

- "%DISK_PERCENT_USED_SPACE%"
with
- "%DISK_PERCENT_FREE_AVAILABLE%"

I think there is a problem with :

- "%RAM%"
and
- "%RAM_A%"

Again thank you

@+, Blade.

Hi again,
Yes, you are right! I inverted those two tags:
"%DISK_PERCENT_USED_SPACE%" and "%DISK_PERCENT_FREE_AVAILABLE%"
Thanks. It is now fixed.
Here is how it should be:
http://shup.com/Shup/381661/Disk_Inverted.png

About RAM and RAM_A. Everything is OK here... RAM shows USED RAM in percents, and RAM_A show available, in MB...
Here is how it looks on my PC:
http://shup.com/Shup/381662/RAM.png

And, finally, here is a fixed build. try this and tell me if everything is OK.
http://shup.com/Shup/381665/TC-UP.7z

Regards,
-Pawel

Hi,

I just tested the latest version of "TC up.exe" and everything works perfectly.

Again thank you.Wink
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