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  1. #1

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    <div align="center">iStat pro 3</div>

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    It&#39;s only been 14 short months since the initial release of SysStat, iStat pro&#39;s predecessor. In that time iSlayer has released non-stop updates, expanding the functionality of iStat pro to the point where it&#39;s now is considered by many to be the best system monitoring widget available for OS X, and possibly on any platform.

    But, not content with it&#39;s success or features, the iSlayer team decided to start almost from scratch for the third incarnation of the widget. This time around, every single aspect of the widget has been finely tuned and crafted, resulting in a much smaller, more efficient widget that boasts some new impressive features, like:
    • 4 new and completely different skin designs that make better use of screen space.
    • Fully anti-aliased cpu and memory graphs, drawn by our iStat Cocoa plugin.
    • A new "Processes" section that lists the top five tasks.
    • The ability to control which drives, network interfaces, temp sensors and fan sensors are shown or hidden.
    • A new icon to match the new skins.

    We think you&#39;ll agree that this is the biggest update to iStat pro we&#39;ve released. There is one thing that we haven&#39;t changed though... the price remains the same. Absolutely free.

    A special thanks to all that helped test the 2 beta&#39;s

    We hope you enjoy iStat pro.

    Thanks,
    The iSlayer team.

    Download iStat pro 3.0

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    Looks great&#33;&#33;&#33;

    Well done.

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    awesome&#33; you guys have done such a great job with this&#33;

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    Well done, istat is easily my most used and most liked widget.
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    awesome, many thanks
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    Sweet I love your widgets, always have, and I have a feeling that I always will :P

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    Anyone had any problems? Or is is smooth sailing????

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    smooth sailing since the final release...

    no more powerbook istat pro crashes after a restart, unplug power etc...

    Still no fans on my powerbook, 17" 1.67 Powerbook G4 non hi-rez but i think you know that...
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    The fans don&#39;t seem to be showing (they&#39;re read as "off" when they&#39;re actually on) on my PowerBook. Also, temperature monitoring doesn&#39;t seem to be working. Other than that, works great&#33;

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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(The Architect.mac &#064; Jul 28 2006, 05&#58;17 PM) [snapback]199231[/snapback]</div>
    Still no fans on my powerbook, 17" 1.67 Powerbook G4 non hi-rez but i think you know that...
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    Same here, however on my 15inch. TempStat is still kicking along perfectly though so no complaints here. Thanks again for a great widget.

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    Yeah. Give us until 3.0.1 or 3.0.2 to add iBooks and Powerbooks. Let iSlayer take a few days off before getting back too it. Been a long few weeks

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    still nothing for Intel CPU Temps?
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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(helloroto &#064; Jul 29 2006, 01&#58;26 AM) [snapback]199338[/snapback]</div>
    still nothing for Intel CPU Temps?
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    As mentioned countless times, you need the SpeedIt kernal extention for Intel Temps
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