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Hello,
On the stand by altimeter of the Mooney M20 Ovation III, the thousands of feet needle is black. On the black background it is not visible. Only a tiny tip of the needle emerges from the black background.

On which PNG file I can correct the color of this needle ?


Here I am flying at 3000 ft :

needle_altimeter.jpg

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3 hours ago, Goofy said:

Hello,
On the stand by altimeter of the Mooney M20 Ovation III, the thousands of feet needle is black. On the black background it is not visible. Only a tiny tip of the needle emerges from the black background.

On which PNG file I can correct the color of this needle ?


Here I am flying at 3000 ft :

 

That seems like it is a mesh error, I am surprised nobody has noticed this before. I have logged a bug on it.

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This Issue is visible also on the M20TN Acclaim.

By changing the background behind the needles to grey, the thousands of feet needle is then visible, but this is not satisfactory (m20r_23_o3Switches.png and m20r_23_o3Switches_lit.png files). The thousand-foot needle should be white. To avoid waiting a long time for a patch, on witch file can I correct the color of the black needle of thousands of feet ? 

The M20R Ovation II is OK.

alitimeter_mod.jpg

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Hello Coop   :)

Your "m20r_23_o3Switches.png" modified file solves perfectly the problem on the Ovation III and the Acclaim   :)

Additional question: Does the additional "m20r_23_o3Switches_lit.png" file need to be modified ?

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