i searched Google with ["ffffffff" "color chart"] and didn't found it... since you're saying i'm gonna look again... thanks.
EDIT : HTML color chart has only 6 digits... tried to use it but it didn't work at AnaGauges...
if you know this chart, you could tell me what are the green and red color codes that a mate used in his screenshot posted up in the thread.
Now I Got it... the codes in internet are
Red, Green, Blue, Alpha... but @ AnaGauges the order is different... is ARGB... so my colours were never right... now i managed to do it well... i guess... at least my speedo is green and my gear is red hehehe
Just to show... an attached screenie... not ready yet... have to work on thwe speedo accuracy...
Not quite... the distance between the 0 and the 10, isn't the same as the distance between the 10 and 20, 20 and 30, and so on... understand me ? dunno how do I fix it without messing with graphics to make the distance be the same...
P.S.: Can you teach me how to measure angles with Photoshop ? somebody here said that it's possible but i can't find how... because if i change the graphics, it will no more be at 0º and 180º
No... that's a font a member here done ( don't remember his nickname ). He done S2000 Digits too... but @ S2000 he did only numbers and it's really small... so it didn't worked because it should have "N" and "R" too... i'd like to know how do we do these fonts... and i'll do one myself of S2000...
solved the Speedo Accuracy... gonna make some minor graphic changes for each car and release it... but i'll say in advance that it's gonna be 180KPH max analog speed no matter the car... except for BF1 that i'm using screema's gauges.
Edit: Ok, i just managed it to work... now... why isn't anything transparent around the gauges and the needles? I use Photoshop. When i save the picture as tga, around the objects appears white. and also in game.
I absolutely love the work that's being done here! It's very in-depth, once you start digging into it, makes me appreciate the efforts that much more.
For those of you FXO fans that like the Honda NSX-R gauge face design ... well, here you are! It's pretty rough and basic, but you've got a speedo in kmh, the tacho [with working shift light!], turbo pressure gauge, and a fuel gauge [with working fuel level warning light!].
I'll be designing a Spoon-style setup soon, with the same gauge marking footprint, so expect that one to be properly labeled. The carbon-fibre type material of the NSX-R gauges made it hard to change things without screwing up the background.
For reference, this is the Spoon Sports cluster design [for EK-chassis Honda Civics]: