Martin said:OK, I'll add aligning of usage values for RTSS, but in a slightly different way. It will be automatic, but won't prefix the value with a 0, but an empty space instead. So you'll get for example:
"_" is an empty space character.
That will be available in the next release.
If you don't want to display the commas as separators, you can do this with the current version - just configure HWiNFO to place values at the same column. For example:
Core 0, Thread 0 Usage: Line n, Column 1
Core 0, Thread 1 Usage: Line n, Column 1
Core 0 Temperature: Line n, Column 1
Sorry to bump an old thread but did you added it Martin ?
Because yet in HWiNFO 4.44-2300 I'm still getting
1 space = 0
2 space = 00
3 space = 000
When I would have expected it to be
3 space = 0
3 space = 00
3 space = 000
The downside currently, when placing the OSD on the upper left corner, the whole line moves when the GPU ticks from 10-99 to 100% (a lot)
If placing the OSD on the upper right corner, all the lines are moving left (probably the left align)
I have tried to put a " " or "_" before the symbol but it did nothing, the space is not replaced and with _ no space is shown
Also tried with values in the same column or different columns, it did not made it.
Any news about this =)
//edit: Just tried on v4.45-2313, same issue
//edit2: Found a way to mitigate effect I was using "GPU D3D Usage" but using "GPU Core Clock" seems better as it never (or rarely) reach 100 but 99 and also rarely goes under 10%, but still I would appreciate to have this fixed if hwinfo is supposed to pad