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    Between warm weather, using my pre as a hotspot, and charging my pre on a touchstone in the car, I find myself constantly having to check my devices' temperature. Would it be possible to display it on the top bar?
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    I have often thought about the same thing. I like the idea.

    What about modifying the "Rotated 270deg Battery Icon And Percent" patch as follows:

    instead of:

    battery%
    battery icon

    do:

    battery%
    degC
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cantaffordit View Post
    there are several in Preware. Have you looked at those?
    There are? Aren't you talking about showing temp. in a menu, because that is not what the OP is talking about.
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    I'll take a look at it.
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    What text size do you want for the number?

    By default it will be white. You want it to turn to red once it gets hot enough?
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    What I have so far:
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    Nice! Garrett, is this the battery temp or the cpu temp?
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    Also, could you have it turn to yellow/organge/red at 40/45/50?
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    Quote Originally Posted by blue duck butter View Post
    Nice! Garrett, is this the battery temp or the cpu temp?
    It uses Jason's SysToolsMgr, so I believe it's the CPU temp.
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    It would be great to have the battery percent and the temp. Don't know if it will look too busy though... hmmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by blue duck butter View Post
    Also, could you have it turn to yellow/organge/red at 40/45/50?
    Yea, that should be easy to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garrett92C View Post
    It uses Jason's SysToolsMgr, so I believe it's the CPU temp.
    nice
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    Ok, I think I got it done. The temp updates with the clock (once a minute). I'm not able to really test it though since I don't have a webOS device. So let's just hope it works.

    Just gotta get it into patch form now.
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    I'm sure we can test. What happened to your device? You make the jump?
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    Quote Originally Posted by blue duck butter View Post
    I'm sure we can test. What happened to your device? You make the jump?
    My Pre- died a little while ago. lol...
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    What version of webOS are you guys running? This patch was made for 2.0+

    I can look into a 1.4.5 version if necessary, but I'd have to start over, so it might take a little bit.

    Note: This patch requires Jason R's 'SysToolsMgr Service'. You can install it via WOSQI or probably Preware.
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    i forgot to tell you, I'm running 2.1 on my Sprint Pre- . I'll be installing when I get home in a bit! Thanks brotha.
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    Posted the patch here:
    http://forums.precentral.net/webos-p...statusbar.html

    I'll look into adding the battery percent now.
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    So i've had it installed for a bit now. I have Govnah open and am monitoring the temp displayed in govnah, the time and the temp displayed by your patch. The patch temp is always at a different temp than what reads out in govnah. I'm guessing that is because your patch updates at an arbitrary minute mark? I was looking the time and I don't think it is when the actual "time" changes minute.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blue duck butter View Post
    So i've had it installed for a bit now. I have Govnah open and am monitoring the temp displayed in govnah, the time and the temp displayed by your patch. The patch temp is always at a different temp than what reads out in govnah. I'm guessing that is because your patch updates at an arbitrary minute mark? I was looking the time and I don't think it is when the actual "time" changes minute.
    Hmm. It should be updating every time the time does. How much is it off?

    Edit: Also, are you using a custom kernal or the stock one?
    Last edited by Garrett92C; 04/02/2011 at 07:58 PM.
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