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Multiple hdd lights

mannus
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Hi,

First: thanks for this great util.

I would like to request this feature:
multiple hdd lights, for each hdd a seperate light.
Why? you might ask.
Well, i have a laptop which has a build-in light for the internal hdd.
But i also use an external hdd, of which the light is not visible.
So i would like to have a light for only this external hdd.

It would therefor be great if there were settings to enable/disable lights for all
present hdd's.
Jun 4, 2011  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Great idea! I've added it to our feature request list.

Thanks!
Jun 5, 2011  • #2
Scotty2016
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I've just tried v2 in Win 10 Home and it works fine, thanks. However, I also have a need to monitor both the C: and D: hard drives on my system. Do you have and real plans to introduce this feature and, if so, when? (I notice it it several years since the previous posting on this subject)
Jan 27, 2016  • #3
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Not sure what the ETA might be on that, but I will see if we can find a way to get it into the next version
Jan 27, 2016  • #4
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
We've released TrayStatus 3.0 Beta 1, and you can now enable an option to have each drive show a separate activity indicator

Note that with TrayStatus 3.0, we're introducing a Pro version with added features over the free version. The existing free features will always be free, but some new ones in the future (like the separate hard drive indicators) may be paid Pro features.

You can grab the beta here if you'd like to try it out: https://www.traystatus.com/Download/Beta

Thanks!
Sep 12, 2016  • #5
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