LT401Vette wrote:The yellow bubble will go away if you lower the Low Warning Threshold to 0 or below. Then it will only be there if you are exceeding the high warning threshold.
Or you can use a image based needle like the default dash, that has a round bulb in the middle that covers the warning circle completely.
On rotating the labels, that you cannot, they rotate with the min/max position.
What you can do is cover them with your own labels.
LT401Vette wrote:Use a label on top... However, due to a bug reported last week, that may not work right until next release...
So you can also use an Indicator as a label.
Add add an indicator with no off text assigned to no OutputChannel, make the Off Background color the color of your gauge background.
jsiedlicki wrote:It's a bit of work but you can render the gauge faces in a program like Photoshop and use it as the background for the entire dash. Then you make everything in the tach gauge transparent except the needle. This would give you complete control of the look and feel of the dashboard. You only render the static text you want / need and use TS only for the needle sweep.
You can see some great examples in the "Post your custom dash" thread.
LT401Vette wrote:Perhaps I can add a new Gauge Style "Just a needle..."
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