« on: October 27, 2007, 05:50 PM »
What I want to do is select a bunch of mp3 songs. Listen to them and then sort them by being able to click a button to copy the song being played to another predefined directory.
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That leaves me with DriveGLEAM that has way too much overhead involved just to intercept the
hard drive activity.-wetsmellydog (October 16, 2007, 06:24 PM)
Hi, I'm the author of DriveGLEAM. How can you justify this? exactly what are the overhead? are you experiencing slowdowns? if so please enter a bugreport here: http://forum.dirtcellar.net
DriveGLEAM is one of the fastest free (and non-free for that matter) software HD LED indicators available. If you are still running on a 100mhz pentium you can set the pollrate if neccesary.
Just compare DriveGLEAM with other simmilar tools and check the resource usage by your self.
...as you can understand this post really provoked me and I just had to blow off some steam-Waxhead (October 19, 2007, 09:37 PM)
By the way wetsmellydog, make sure you did what I said above before running the AHK script, otherwise you will get random readings.
(Just ONCE though! )-wreckedcarzz (October 18, 2007, 01:04 AM)
SoftLeds can also use the ScrollLock led on your keyboard to display the disk access on all the monitored drives. See http://xfx.net/utili...s/softleds/index.htm.-yksyks (October 17, 2007, 06:52 AM)
What do you mean when you say "did not work reliably"? I am running it right now (gotta love the blinking lights ) and it seems to work fine (wired keyboard, didn't touch a line of code within the script so it is as-is from the net). Very handy for me, I didn't even have a mobo LCD to show HDD usage.-wreckedcarzz (October 16, 2007, 11:28 PM)
I tried to find something like that a few years ago and discovered that there's something about my USB keyboard that doesn't like having its LED toggled numerous times a second. Either the LED would get stuck in a particular state, or the keyboard itself would go nuts requiring a reboot.
I gave up and ended up using FloatLED: http://www.stone-oak...m/index_software.php-Ralf Maximus (October 13, 2007, 01:31 PM)
That was disheartening ! but thanks for the appreciation.-destiny_ruler (October 13, 2007, 10:50 AM)
Here is a new build.
+ Status Indicator on Title (Waiting, Activated and DeActivated)
- Activation Nag Popup
. Many other enhancements and optimizations
Please report bugs if any.-destiny_ruler (October 13, 2007, 10:27 AM)
Sorry I haven't uploaded yet but real life got in the way today, I'll work on it some more this evening.
BTW my version requires no framework to operate.-Cpilot (October 12, 2007, 06:07 PM)
OK, you just want a short message then really.
I can add that without much trouble at all, I'll do that first thing in the morning and upload it for you and you can see if it's what you need. I can also have the message display in the tooltip if you'd like.
BTW closing the window just hides it, to exit the application use the menu on the tray icon.
If you want it prettied up or anything let me know.-Cpilot (October 11, 2007, 09:35 PM)