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shadowdr

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For me it opens very small and can only access two vertical rows. I can almost see the third row but cannot resize. Must close with Task manager. maybe because I have net framework 2.0?
 
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MrSeanKon

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I have no idea man. :rolleyes:
It is possible.....
See here chrisbard's posts who tried OcBible with Microsoft Framework v2.0.
This thread is for System Reporter I will add this tool in next v1.48.
All versions (until the current) are compiled with Microsoft Visual Studio 2003 so in the background "runs" the Framework v1.1.
I tried a beta Visual Studio edition (the 2005) but it was terrible (all forms were like a ******) so I uninstalled it.

As about resizing it is normal I do not allow resizing in forms and windows.
But it will be a good idea to enable resize in plots.
If you want any other moddifications let me know.
 
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Gorki

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Sean what about Sistem repertoar and Camel?
How does camel work?
I tried System Reporter beta3 and my CPU is reading wrong?
Piture
BTW I'm glad you hit the road agian and started with newer program update.
Keep on going mate.
I belive this program would evolve in some serious FREE sys tool ;)
 
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Gorki said:
Sean what about Sistem repertoar and Camel?
System Reporter is a new program which shows information for your system.
Camel is a CPU information tool written by I. Chesworth.
Its source code is available at Codeproject.

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How does camel work?
CAMEL's programming language is Visual C++.
Many code is written in assembly but I do not know assembly. :D

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I tried System Reporter beta3 and my CPU is reading wrong
Does Windows recognize your CPU+Mainboard?
shadowdr above posted strange issues cos he installed Microsoft Framework.
It is not my fault Gorki if program cannot recognize your system bother Microsoft not me.

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I belive this program would evolve in some serious FREE sys tool ;)
Thanks it is a beta version it needs programming.
BTW I removed CAMEL.exe from OcBible v1.48 beta 1 as you can see.
Thus current version reads the CPU details from Windows registry.

Let's continue...
OcBible does not allow graphics resize.
The Plot.dll algorithm is fairly sopisticated.
Let's see some of capabilities (available in v1.49):
 

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Well DON'T ASK me what about these commands it is not my job to explain you here Mathematica or Matlab/Mathcad etc...
Here is a plot:
 

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Note that the red curve is left extrapolated cos Mathematica and Maple perform plots using common domain.
P.S. I have never used Matlab or Mathcad (just for info) but I think they plot in the same way.
Here is the plot if we resize it:
 

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Thus if I want to remove the extrapolated part I must use an image tool (ACDSee, Photoshop etc)...

Welcome to OcBible world!
The input:
 

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OK sorry for many multiple posts but it is too boring if you click on many thumbnails.
Finally here is the plot and as you see the OcBible = a freeware program overtakes some of expensive mathematical programs = Maple, Mathematica :santa:
 

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SotosLg

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Sean I am talking about Guidemania. I would like the lifespan equation to be added in a form. It is boring sometimes to calculate long expressions. By the way thanks for new OcBible v1.49
 
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Thanks for suggestion SotosLg I will add this equation in CPU Adviser for example.
But I am not sure, anyway...

To continue here is the second patch for v1.49 download it if you encounter problems using mathematical programs.

Moreover you can resize the plot:
 

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The above photo is a screen capture from Greek version.
As you know program can be translated in many languages. :santa:
Anyway here are the results:
 

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