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GaugesT Vs Gauges-ssT

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Just looking at the "SteelSeries-Weather-Gauges-master.zip", V2.5.18.

I notice it includes Gauges-ssT.htm while the MX distribution contains GaugesT.htm.

If I want to upgrade the Steel Series, do I need to change my other pages to link to this as per the readme, and process & upload it?

Or,

Can I,

1.- Just stick with the gaugesT.htm in the distribution?
or
2.- Use the gauges-ssT.htm & rename it to just gaugesT.htm?

Thanks

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I'm pretty sure you only need to upgrade the Web Server side.
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Re: GaugesT Vs Gauges-ssT

Post by steve »

If you look at the two files, you'll see that the main difference is in the paths to the rqeuired files (MX keeps third party stuff under a 'lib' directory), so whichever file you decide to use you should make sure the paths correspond to where the files actually are. Assuming you do the upgrade by replacing the contents of the MX lib/steelseries directory, you'll need to use the paths in the existing MX file. If you do end up using the file from the latest Steelseries distribution, it makes sense to rename it so MX treats it as its own.

At some point I'll update the files in the MX distribution to the latest Steelseries release.
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Re: GaugesT Vs Gauges-ssT

Post by Phil23 »

Thanks Steve,

I understand completely now.

If it helps others,

GaugesT contains this etc, around line 190:-

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  <!-- Combined steelseries.js & tween.js -->
  <script src="lib/steelseries/scripts/steelseries_tween.min.js"></script>

  <!-- Once you have customised this scripts to your requirements you should minimise
       and concatenate them into a single file in the same order  as below -->
  <script src="lib/steelseries/scripts/language.min.js"></script>
  <script src="lib/steelseries/scripts/gauges.js"></script>
While Gauges-ssT contains this, around line 192:-

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  <!-- Combined steelseries.js & tween.js -->
  <script src="scripts/steelseries_tween.min.js"></script>

  <!-- Once you have customised this scripts to your requirements you should minimise
       and concatenate them into a single file in the same order  as below -->
  <script src="scripts/language.min.js"></script>
  <script src="scripts/gauges.js"></script>

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