Adding and Editing Dashboard gauges
To use the dashboards, tap on the 'Dashboard' icon from the app's main screen.
Modifying Existing Gauges
To modify the configuration for an existing gauge, press and hold the gauge until the configuration menu is displayed.
Size and Location: manually adjust the size and location of the gauge. Note that the values used here are based on percentages of the dashboard size. Currently, the gauges must be square and the lesser of the width and height dimensions is used.
Display Configuration: update the displayed title and PID, number of decimals used for the value displayed, and min/max values for the range (radial gauges only).
Style: update the color, label size and location, bevel properties, and other style related characteristics of a gauge. Note that the style for a gauge can be stored and reused from the 'Menu' option in the top right corner of the style editor.
Change Display Type: select between a radial and digital gauge.
Bring to Front: if a gauge overlaps another gauge, this can be used to adjust the Z-order to bring this gauge to the front.
Send to Back: if a gauge overlaps another gauge, this can be used to adjust the Z-order to send this gauge behind.
Remove Display: removes the display from the dashboard.
Drag and Move: visually adjust the position of the gauge within the dashboard.
Reset Min/Max (radial gauges only): reset the minimum and maximum indicator values displayed on the gauge.
Modifying a Dashboard
To open the dashboard configuration menu, tap the 'Menu' button on iOS or the overflow menu on Android from the dashboard page.
Add Display: adds a new gauge to the current dashboard page.
Add Dashboard: adds an empty dashboard page to the list of dashboard pages.
Remove Dashboard: removes the current dashboard page from the list of dashboard pages.
Dashboard Settings: updates the dashboard background color.
Load Default Dashboards: replaces the existing dashboard set with the default dashboards.
Toggle HUD Mode: enables your device to be used as a heads up display by mirroring the screen.
Calibrate Device Sensors: compensates device roll, pitch, and yaw for the current device position.