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Cpuinfo_docky

Description: CPU usage meter for OS4 AmiDock
Download: cpuinfo_docky.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 5kb
Version: 1.0
Date: 06 Mar 2007
Author: Stephen Fellner
Submitter: Stephen Fellner
Email: sf amiga/gmail com
Category: utility/docky
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 2611
 
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CPUInfo.docky 1.0
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By Stephen Fellner, based on the excellent CPUClock.docky written by
Peter Gordon.

I found Peter Gordon's CPUClock.docky very nice and extremely useful,
however its accuracy seemed much better than he claimed according to
my tests. Peter was kind enough to send me the sources, which I modified
to display the CPU usage numerically as a percentage, instead of showing
a clock. The percentage is shown on the top-left corner so that it does
not cover up much of the graph. I also made the colours a bit more subtle
to make the text on it easier to read, and added a grid behind the graph,
which I think makes it look nicer. The size is also changed to fit in
nicely with the standard icons of OS4.

Installation:

* Copy CPUInfo.docky somewhere on your HD
* Drag it onto your AmiDock.
* Enjoy

It looks best in a seperate dock.

If someone could make a nice truecolor icon for it, it'd be appreciated.


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