1. anon3923428's Avatar
    Here's a strange one. I scroll diagonal from the top left of the screen towards the middle and a CPU screen opens on the bottom left showing CPU and various other specs running... is this normal?

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    11-02-14 11:48 AM
  2. philiopoilopoli's Avatar
    If you're running a leak then, yes.
    Just a diagnostics thing.
    11-02-14 11:55 AM
  3. anon3923428's Avatar
    Yeah its a leak


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    11-02-14 11:55 AM
  4. jpvj's Avatar
    Just scroll down on the battery icon.

    You can switch between cpu, info and back to normal.

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    11-02-14 11:58 AM
  5. anon3923428's Avatar
    Thanks... I thought I broke it.... lol

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    11-02-14 11:59 AM
  6. Gatmyer's Avatar
    I for one think that should be part of the official build.

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    11-02-14 01:02 PM
  7. anon3923428's Avatar
    I for one think that should be part of the official build.

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    Agreed. It startled me at first but I can see why it would be good to have

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    11-02-14 03:32 PM
  8. jpvj's Avatar
    Thanks... I thought I broke it.... lol

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    Reminds me of my very first computer: A Commodore 64.

    I was 10 (29 years back) and for those who are ... not THAT old ... look at Commodore 64 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia to see the wellknown startup screen in blue colors.

    I still remember powereing it up for the first time (alone - no parents to help). I moved the cursor around the screen and managed to use spacebar to "overwrite" some of the stars in the second line. I was SO afraid I broke it and managed to type the stars again and powered it off. Later I turned it on and found out it was still OK.

    Happy days with 16 colors and 160x200 px resolution. Oh boy did I spend a lot of hours playing games, writing Basic and Comal 80 programs.
    I wasn't a great developer so often I went to the library and loaned "BYTE magasine" and carefully wrote programs line by line (involving a lot of POKE command which was a way for BASIC to write data and instructions directly to memeory which later could be executed as a program).

    Sorry ... got carried away by memories.
    11-03-14 08:43 AM
  9. anon3923428's Avatar
    That's alright.... reminisce isn't a bad thing in this case... lol

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    11-03-14 10:43 AM

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