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How to move the HUD

Discussion in 'Automobilista' started by Wicked, Mar 9, 2016.

  1. Wicked

    Wicked
    Horsepower! My kingdom for some horsepower!

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    Hey guys,

    I've recently put some triples on my desk and it has been awesome. I use 2x1080 24 inch and 1 27 inch 1440p (@1080) with Nvidia surround.

    However, my HUD in AMS is at the end of my left and right screen. This is a problem since I have to glance all the way to the left or right to see the times, tyre info or other things.

    I am asking for how to move the HUD. I did some quick googling but I can't seem to find much useful yet. Anybody here any ideas?

    Thanks,
    Wicked
     
  2. ouvert

    ouvert

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    not sure how it works with tripples but check DynHud editor in AMS plugin folder .. there you can configure HUD and move all panels
     
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  3. Diego Balzarini

    Diego Balzarini

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    Make sure you set the new boxes location in pixels rather than %... When you open the editor, you'll understand what i mean
     
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  4. Tony

    Tony
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    If your HUD is all to the left and right then you have not ticked multiview for triple screen support. In the resolution setup screen use multiview
     
  5. fifou

    fifou

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    there is the Dynhud editor following your root folder then; Automobilista\Plugins\DynHUD\editor, i have tried to create a custom dyn hud but it won't save fore sure it needs more knowlege
    So if someone can make a tutorial for us how to create a custom hud where you can place widgets whereever you want it would be nice and thank you.
     
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  6. Heitor Facuri Cicoti

    Heitor Facuri Cicoti

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    There's a ReadMe file on DynHUD folder. And "Save as" may not work, so just copy and paste (to create a copy) any overlay*.ini file, rename it the way you want and then edit it.
     
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  7. Wicked

    Wicked
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    Thanks guys, I managed to fix it :)