self-explanatory. the syntax is --> "[mbmTemperature(1)]ºC"
it doesnt work, showed 0. any idea?
Works for me. The only thing I can think of is that you don't have MBM setup correctly. This might seem like a stupid question but is the temperature for Sensor 1 reported correctly in MBM?
yeah, the temp for sensor 1 is reported correctly in MBM(i compared it with Hardware Monitor). samething happened on mbmVoltage, there's no voltage show even my mbm showed the voltage. any idea?thanks in advance. :)
Remember...all PC counting starts at 0. Unless you have some extra sensors or some funky stuff.
hmm, i tried from 0-10, still not working. weird, it works fine when i'm using hardware monitor & mbm dashboard. @.@
do you have the latest label.dll? if not, download it and it should work fine.
Mine is reporting 0C as well ... its label 1.99 and MBM 18.104.22.168
win2k sp4, label 1.99, mbm 22.214.171.124 works fine here, using "[mbmTemperature(1)]°"
sorry to dig up old posts, but a new one wasn't necessary i belive. My problem is, it keeps showing the temp in c, i put in the LabelUseFahrenheit command, but it still does the same, any uidea what i did wrong? (mbm v126.96.36.199)
There is a patch to "mbm v188.8.131.52" that corrects some problems with 3rd part programs that tries to read info from it, like samurize! Maybe label has the same problem!? Try aplying the patch and see if it works. I think this is a MBM problem and not from label!
You could try using a newer label module, if that doesn't work.
xlabel 3.1 doesn't work, still shows in c. the mbm5 patch doesn't work either, what could be wrong? do you think its possible to make a script that takes the values of the temp and then make it convert it, and then display that? (i guess xlabel is supposed to do that, but maybe it canbe done externally)