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    I want to display gauges on my menu screen like this guy,

    but I will be using this software instead. Both apps are for subarus, but mine will be interacting with an aftermarket ecu via a serial cable instead of with the stock ecu via OBDII (don't know if that matters).

    Winspector spy identifies each of these readings (boost, rpm, etc.)

    as a different class name, so I thought I'd be able to display them as labels, but I can't figure out how. I did a search, but I couldn't find anything related. I'm VERY new to this stuff, so please go easy on me.

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    no one? at least to point me to the right direction?

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    • #3
      what program is that UTI?
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      • #4
        It's made for displaying the readings when connecting to a TurboXS Utec. Which is a piggyback computer for wrx/sti's, and I think g35/350z also. So if you don't have a computer connected to the Utec via serial cable, you won't be able to run the program.

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        • #5
          you'd have to write a plugin/app to snatch those values from the window (or some SDK) and send/return them to RR...
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          • #6
            I totally forgot about this thread...
            Originally posted by guino View Post
            you'd have to write a plugin/app to snatch those values from the window (or some SDK) and send/return them to RR...
            That sounds too advanced for me... but if it's feasible, I'd like to learn. Is there any reading material I could use to help me learn how to do that?

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