Anyway to organize OSD info?

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  1. Nexxus Img

    Nexxus Img Banned

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    Ok, I love using msi/riva for my hardware monitoring but is there anyway to reorganize the info to display how I want? its driving me nuts basicly this is what im looking for.

    FPS
    GPU 1 Useage - GPU1 Temp
    GPU 2 Useage - GPU2 Temp
    CPU 1 Useage - CPU 1 Temp
    CPU 2 Useage
    CPU 3 Useage
    CPU 4 Useage
    Ram

    Currently the default has me at
    GPU 1 Temp - GPU1 Use
    GPU 2 Temp - GPU2 Use
    FPS
    CPU 1 Temp - Cpu 1 Use
    CPU 2 Useage
    CPU 3 Useage
    CPU 4 Useage
    Ram

    Sorry this probably should of gone in the rivatuner forum.
     
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  2. nhlkoho

    nhlkoho Ancient Guru

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    yes. in the monitoring tab just rearrange the items where you want them by clicking and dragging them in the order you want.
     
  3. Nexxus Img

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    Really?? I have tried that multiple times since it was the most obvious solution and they never "snap" in place in the list...

    I got it I think It was cause I was trying to drag something to the top and I was releasing it outside the box, thank you very much. This was driving me mad.
     
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    Yeah if something is at the bottom of the list and you want it at the top its a little annoying because you have to drag it to the top of the list, scroll up, drag it again, scroll up, etc...

    There may be an easier way to do this but this worked for me so that's how i do it.
     

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    Okay a new question, is there anyway I can put a blank line in? to make the GPU and CPU stats easier to pick out?
     
  6. Andy_K

    Andy_K Master Guru

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    you should express it as a porposal. :)
     
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    you devil you...
     

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