I have a technical question. Does anyone know how the gauges work internally? I mean: I want to make one that only illuminates when reaching a target value (144 FPS in this case).
I am testing with my laptop, with the battery percentage parameter (0-100%). The custom gauges have 16 states, so if I want the gauge to illuminate only with 100%, I supose I have to put 0 as a Min. value and more than 100 as Max. value, in order to avoid the programm to make the gauge visible before the battery reaches 100% (100/16=6,25%; 6,25x15=93,75%, so theorically after 93,75% the gauge will illuminate, and I don't want that).
Instead of this, I am testing that if I put 103.44 as Max. value, the gauges illuminate at 100% but surprisingly not at 99%, and I don't know why (putting a value bigger than 103.44 is not working, as at 100% of battery the gauge does not illuminate. 103.44 following the English rule, 103,99 following the Spanish one; I'm Spanish so I have the programm in Spanish). Teorically, 103.44/10=6,465%, x15=96,98% (97,49%), so I thought that the gauge was going to illuminate at 97, 98, 99 and 100%.
Does someone has an explanation?
EDIT: for someone who wants a gauge working as I want. Following the same paramater as above, a way is to put 99 as Min. value and 100 as Max. value. I suppose it will be the same with FPS: 143 and 144 as values. If someone can bear it out, I would appreciate it!