My apologies to the software developer.
I posted much too soon.
Although not entirely obvious, once it is configured it works flawlessly, displaying the temp. and fan speed in my 12 separate thermal sensors.
I expected a pop-up window in my dock, hopefully with aMenuBar option, but that is not how this works. UNUSUALLY, it is an application that you launch from your Dock. Odd.
The developer can just include a simple text document as a walk-through. That would be splendid.
C'est vraiment dommage ! La version 0,71 marchait très bien sur mon Pismo sous jaguar, mais sous Panther, elle reste sur -1°. Et la version 0,8 ne se lance pas sous X,3,6.
Quand est-ce qu'il y en aura une nouvelle ?
Version 0.7 used to work on my Cube with Jaguar.
Version 0.8 doesn't with Panther, it fails to launch.
Version 0.7 gives a -1 error with Panther.
Something became incompatible with the release of Panther obviously.
I hope the developer can fix the issue.
as for 30 degrees F.... this is from the developer's website:
Supported model: PowerBook 400/500 (Pismo), PowerMac G4 500 Dual, PowerMac G4 Cube
Unsupported models: Any models that ThermoInDock shows -1 C degree as its temperature. (Development of ThermoInDock was stopped. If ThermoInDock won't show the correct temperature on your Mac, please don't send me a message like "ThermoInDock doesn't seem to work on my Mac!".)
[Please research before you complain.]
It is 85°F in my apartment. The temperature in the dock display says 30°F, or -1°c. I think the CPU is probably running cool because I have a fan blowing directly into the open case, but it's not below freezing--I know this for sure.