hey, i am 1 of 2 peoples in the world still using samurize :-P
with new version of hwinfo, samurize plugin doesnt work proper anymore.
creating information file doesnt work and returns me an error.
after disabling monitoring of smart and hard drives in hwinfo, information file is created successfully, but some sensors shown in hw arent listed in the info file he created (e.g. fan state in % / gpu power is missing on my gtx 670)
any idea how to fix it?
I'm afraid the Samurize plugin will need updating to keep with new HWiNFO features.
There's currently another redesign of the interface between HWiNFO and plug-ins ongoing to improve sensor indexing...
so i hope u can rework it a little bit - simpliefied u just need to change the adress-range he scans for values, right? ;-)
rainmeter works very good, but to make a own config is way to difficult or better it takes way to much time.
so thank u for your work till now!
Unfortunately I have no time to keep developing this plugin. But I can provide source code (DevC++ project) to anyone who wants to give it a shot and update it to make it work with new versions of HWiNFO.
I still strongly recommend to use Rainmeter over Samurize, though. There's pretty much nothing you can do with Samurize that you can't do with Rainmeter. I know the way to edit your own skin (ini files) may seem a pain, but once you get used to it, it's actually better than a visual editor like Samurize's one, in my experience.
Plus Samurize is a dead project. Its site is down since months (maybe more than a year or so) and almost no one is still working on plugins and skins for it.
you are completly right and my thoughts moved to the same direction.
so i "wasted" last weekend to get along with rainmeter and wrote a config similar to my samurize config.
i'm still missing some features, but its not essentialy to have them (alert meters, x-scaling of graphs, number of horizontal lines in graphs, etc.).
It's not ready yet, but the time u need to make a good cfg is a few times more than it was in the samurize editor. apart from that rainmeter makes the better job.
thank u very much!