Thanks for the great suggestions. Here are some answers:
1) We don’t have a public API yet but this is something we are strongly considering creating one.
2) This is also a feature we are considering and may add in the future.
Sorry the answers cannot be more definitive at this point but know that these ideas are being considered internally and that we appreciate the feedback.Alexander Hoke supported this idea ·
We have a widget form CAM coming in the next update in a few weeks. It’s not exactly the same as the tray display but it will occupy very little space and display the most important stats.
what kind of widget? A Windows7 widget or an overlay? Because right now I have data (temp of CPU,GPU1,GPU2, hottest HDD & load of CPU, RAM & clockspeed of CPU) displayed on all 3 taskbars (3 monitors) using CoreTemp and SpeedFan as mentioned before.
Clockspeed ofc only makes sense when you use turbo boost like most Intel CPUs.
Since CAM can track so much data it would be great if there was a menu where you could customize traybar output similar to CoreTemp and SpeedFan (font, colors, what is displayed, order, (max) temp per e.g. CPU or per core, etc), CAM could even do more - network load for example.
In my opinion the traybar is the only component that is actually useful for this since in most cases it is always visible (except hidden taskbars and fullscreen applications) while a widget is either behind application-windows or (if in front) it will get in the way while using such applications. I mean those who don't like it could just turn it off or maybe just make it so it's disabled on stock settings.
Another way would be to create an API (e.g. XML or HTTP) with all the data - maybe with hidden external IP for safety reasons, if the user wants to. Then I or someone else could just make our own extension.
AlexAlexander Hoke shared this idea ·
Hi, what version of CAM are you using? The current version is 3.6.6 and it has been working correctly. If you don’t have that version installed, please download it from https://camwebapp.com/download/ and let us know if this fixes the issue.
found the issue: the password.
I had a '#' in my password. now that I changed it - it works!
still can't login with V1.1.0 but the error isn't being logged anymore
BTW I'm also using a gmail-address - trying to test with another mail but atm MyNZXT doesn't send any validation mails..
This might help (gets logged when ever I try to login - missing class-files from local git?):
<Error Year="2014" Month="6" Day="10" Hour="14" Minute="32" ErrorType="System.ArgumentOutOfRangeException" ErrorMessage="Der Index lag außerhalb des Bereichs. Er muss nicht negativ und kleiner als die Auflistung sein.
Parametername: index" OccurAt="ThrowArgumentOutOfRangeException" CallBy=" bei System.ThrowHelper.ThrowArgumentOutOfRangeException()
bei System.Collections.Generic.List`1.get_Item(Int32 index)
bei HardwareDetect.LoginAccountAPI.AuthenticateAccount(Message message, String mailAddress, String password) in d:\NZXT-GIT\CAMFULL_V2\ClassLibrary_HardwareDetect-ver 10\ClassLibrary_HardwareDetect\LoginAccountAPI.cs:Zeile 453." />
same thing here. mail contains small letters and numbers only