Yesterday I updated my version of Lazy to work with test patch. However dashboard is now drawn in 512x512 (before 256x256). I also did required changes that dashboard is drawn at correct resolution, however that required me to scale up all individual png textures by 2. Also multiply all x and y positions. Downside is that all current gauges should be manually converted prior to use. I really want to do that automatically to keep all current gauges compatible.
Here is new version compatible with patch U.
Note that dashboard wont work with previous patches. My intention was to keep all current gauges compatible. I did most of work, still didn't test gauge divisions (eg speedod.png) and update info text about new resolutions.
All textures can be now two times larger, eg background.png can be 512x512 (old 256x256 still work).
While dashboard editor is open gauges will also be drawn in top left corner of screen. Idea that still sits on my mind for couple of years is to make drag n drop for indicators, gauges, ... but I got many other interesting hobbies now like taking extremely long road trips.
edit: please test this version and report any problems.
might of found a bug with the new update. On the gears page in the pits it shows the speed of what your car can do In each gear but it shows 1st with - in front and 2nd only shows inf. Please note this shows on all cars. https://imgur.com/a/ijqKnyY
A Little wish: Can you extend the LFSLazy error message for missing D3DX9_43.dll with a simple hint, that we can find this dll in the LFS Sub directory dll,too. But perhaps you find another (simple) solution so we don't need to copy that dll, too? Of course the file is very small (around 1.5 MB); a second copy is not a problem.
Simple answer: Until I'm done updating the most I can, you can temporary fix this:
-open the dashboard editor (open Lazy from taskbar and press Ctrl + E).
-show the Lin Gauges tab.
-on the 1st line (RPM_Lin) change the Len X value from 480 to 240.
I already had the same problem in the past, it's like files were not loaded at the right time.
Try to "refresh" by getting in a different car then load FXO again.
Because of this update, all the dashboards (included with Lazy or not) will need to be reworked.
The least I can say is that most dashboards are pretty messed up now (to be polite).
Fortunately I was already working at least in 512x512.