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    Quote Originally Posted by Corleone View Post
    For Nextgen please?
    It does not work on iGO Primo 2.4

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    Quote Originally Posted by osiris4isis View Post
    above should be:
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    I do not understand what to open to modify bold values. If I do open using total commander the cityname_24 file in the specified file I do not have any text to modify. With Total Commander I opened cityname.ui within the ui_igo9/common folder of the cityname_24.zip and all I see is just an blank iso file. For me Total Commander uses ultraISO to open it.

    Am I doing something wrong? How to do it to open it properly and modify the suggested settings to have it centered at the bottom centre of the screen? I am using primo 2.0_i3.
    Any help would be appreciated.
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    My bad. I did manage to see the above lines, but I cannot get it centered on the middle of the screen.

    I would like to see the city name on bottom center of the screen. What should I add to work like that?

    Edit: Problem solved. I've got centered city name. Other values had to be modified, not the bold ones.
    Last edited by byndinfinity; 23rd April 2017 at 05:13 PM.

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    Important User iGO UX - Displays city/village/town name on bottom right of screen
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    Quote Originally Posted by byndinfinity View Post
    Edit: Problem solved. I've got centered city name. Other values had to be modified, not the bold ones.
    I think you missed understood my replied, it wasn't a correction on the value for centering; it was a correction on the syntax used. There is no such thing as: w = h = ...
    Do not PM me with questions. That's what a forum is for.

 

 
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