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raymar

How do I get the second line of red text on my windowed screen?

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I knew how to do this once upon a time, but can not remember.

 

I would like to see the speed, wind, etc. while flying in the external view.

 

Regards,

Ray

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Thanks. Yep, now I remember. duh.

 

Ray

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What I would like to know is how to make the colour of that text white (or any other colour for that matter).

 

I cannot set the text foreground colour in the CFG file like in FSX, BackGroundColor works fine but not TextColor.

 

[TextInfo.x]
...
TextColor.1=255,255,255
BackGroundColor.1=0,0,0,0
This works in FSX.CFG but for some reason not in Prepar3D.CFG, and it annoys me slightly. :)

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