I would really rather have the scaling set the max speed of my ADSL connection so I can see at simple glance how much of my bandwidth I’m using. ?Is there a way to access the “Scaling” parameter under the properties of the tray graph?
Regards and thanks for the help and this great tool.
Thank you for your report.
This problem will be fixed in the NAD 2.0 Release.
I was just I looking for creating two Tray Graphs, one just for the up traffic and one for the down one. The previous version had a bug that did not allow for this, instead you ended up with two Tray Graphs showing both the up and down traffic in both of them.
This new NAD 2.0 beta 1 has fixed that problem but has this other new bug that does not allow setting the “scaling” parameter. Since creating a new Tray Graphs sets this parameter to “auto” but importing one from the previous version 1.1 Build 90 SR1 keeps the “scaling” parameter you set in that version, the work around is pretty obvious, isn’t it?:
I have uninstalled NAD 2.0 beta 1, installed NAD 1.1 Build 90 SR1 and created the two Tray Graphs I needed, bothering only to set the appropriate scale I wanted under the “scaling” parameter. I installed NAD 2.0 beta 1 over it and set the remaining parameters to configure my two personal Tray Graphs the way I want them to be. And although the “scaling” parameter in both Tray Graphs is still grayed out, at least now they are set to the value I want.
Hope it helps others out there.
Although next time could you please announce the update. You see, now I don’t know if I posted the little work around for the bug before or after this new beta. If I did it afterwards (without noticing the update) I kind of made a fool of myself. : (
Anyway thank you very much for fixing that bug and any other. This little program is really great and it clearly stands out of all the rest in the same category. Keep it up!
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