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dldudley Posted - 20 May 2010 : 08:28:57
Can a dial meter have an "elliptical" arc? Is it possible to make a meter that is 1/2 as tall as it is wide (using an elliptical arc instead of circular)?

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quinncurtis Posted - 20 May 2010 : 08:55:00
Sorry, no elliptical meters. This is by design.

Since there is no physical analogue to an elliptical meter, we force the arc routines to maintain an aspect ratio of 1:1 with respect to the screen. This keeps the meters circular, even when you try and place a meter in some sort of view which does not maintain a 1:1 aspect ratio.

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