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core temp "Temperature Reading"

Postby ameanl » Sun Nov 12, 2017 6:33 am

Hi, new to Core Temp, and loving the program. Clean and simple.
I have a question/request.
I have an i7 8700k and a Logitech G13.
I can see the temperature readings of 4 of my cores, however since this is a hexa core processor, cores 4 and 5 are off the screen.
I am using Verdana font and size 8, as I found it to be the cleanest and most legible.
If the first row didn't say "Temperature reading:" I could have three rows of CPU temps.
As well when I was trying the different fonts and applying bold, it would not work.
Any help would be most appreciated.

Thanks in advance

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Re: core temp "Temperature Reading"

Postby The Coolest » Mon Nov 13, 2017 8:30 pm

This code was developed around 10 years ago. Pretty much no one had more than 4 cores back then.
The font should only be responsive to size. Styles, bold, etc. won't be affected, it's by design.
I recommend using the built in font, although it makes the text smaller, it fits a lot more data, and should fit 6 cores with ease.
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