Yes, currently this is something that I am going to be addressing (next week?). The storage paths in the browser database do not want to store the saved locations of the widgets. I do certainly plan on addressing this.
For the meantime, you can easily reorder your widgets on the dashboard by simply pasting the block of code to your desired location. Here's an example that works for you:
Open up the index.php file located at
/srv/rutorrent/home. I have marked the widgets for transparency within the code.
The CPU widget is located at line #525
You can then move this block to the top by placing it above the Server Load Widget located at line #482
Then simply make sure you have deleted their old locations.
The Widgets start with
and end with
</div><!-- CPU WIDGET -->
In the event you mess something up... just upgrade from your dashboard to replace the borkedness!
HEADS UP THOUGH!
These changes will be overwritten on an update. So after you make your changes, you could do
cp -a /srv/rutorrent/home /srv/rutorrent/home_custom. This will save a copy to your
/srv/rutorrent/ directory named home_custom