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Offline Cino

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Re: Dashboard - 3rd Column - $100
« Reply #45 on: February 17, 2011, 12:38:13 pm »
Hey guys,

I love the idea of a 3rd column. I gave the package a try but some widgets didn't format correctly. I tried IE8 and FF with the same results. Could be just me but I wanted to let you guys know in case others bring up the issue. Uninstall the package and my dashboard is back to normal. Thanks for creating this package tho!


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Re: Dashboard - 3rd Column - $100
« Reply #46 on: February 17, 2011, 12:44:46 pm »
Number of columns is calculated automatically. Your screen is not wide enough for 4 columns. Make it a bit smaller and you should end up with 3 columns and all widgets should look fine.
Somehow I need to optimize this formula   :-\

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Re: Dashboard - 3rd Column - $100
« Reply #47 on: February 17, 2011, 01:18:05 pm »
Number of columns is calculated automatically. Your screen is not wide enough for 4 columns. Make it a bit smaller and you should end up with 3 columns and all widgets should look fine.
Somehow I need to optimize this formula   :-\

Thanks for the quick reply... That screen shot was from a 1680x1050 screen. I tried it on my 1920x1200 laptop display and the firewall log widget looks good but the gateway status still bleed over a little


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Re: Dashboard - 3rd Column - $100
« Reply #48 on: February 18, 2011, 08:52:12 am »
Evgeny and Tommyboy,

You two are my heroes.  Thank you for the package commit.

Evgeny and I talked at length about upgrades and installing/de-installing the package while keeping up with the 2.0 snapshots and I knew what to expect there anyway.  From time to time I've had to manually pare down my config file because some left-over crud would cause intermittent resets, and I've had hardware issues a couple of times as well.  But as far as stability of the package goes, it's been flawless for me.  Good work, Evgeny.  Thanks again.


As a general note about bounties and the bounty system; I paid Evgeny generously for his work, he has my thanks and gratitude (and a fair whack of my loose cash, total value = $300, he donated $100 of that to the pfSense general fund) although I know that he was also working for cheap relative to a real job.  But I was also willing to pay to play and give the results back to the community because I felt the community would find value in having more information at their fingertips on the dashboard.  I like the results and hopefully others will too.  I would also like to thank SuperMule and SimonCPU for their input and ideas.  I would like to think that the bounty system can work and be a positive force for development.  You guys made it work this time.  Thanks to everyone involved.

Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go grab the current snapshot then install a spiffy new package and take it for a test  drive.  I might recommend that you do the same.


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Re: Dashboard - 3rd Column - $100
« Reply #49 on: February 18, 2011, 06:15:56 pm »
Thanks to everyone involved for making a successful bounty project happen.  I'll move this to the completed bounties now as long as everyone involved approves. 

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Re: Dashboard - 3rd Column - $100
« Reply #50 on: February 19, 2011, 04:03:55 pm »
I do not mind. Further discussion can go on in Packages section of this forum.