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Framerate and frametime are defined to be rendered in a separate color in modern layout. You can switch to modern mono layout or edit modern layout to change that.
Any tutorial or tips on how i can do that?
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Read the thread please.


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MSI Afterburner 4.4.0 beta 11 is available:

http://office.guru3d.com/afterburner...p440Beta11.rar

- I've added new options allowing you to display OSD history graphs for any graph from MSI Afterburner hardware monitoring module. New option is called "OSD item type", it is located in "Monitoring" tab next to "Show in OSD" option. It allows you to display each item as a text (i.e. like it was displayed before), as a history graph, or as a combination of both text and graph. That's early initial implementation of graphs embedded in OSD, which allows you to feel the graphs and allows us to polish the final implementation, so suggestions on desired graph layout are welcomed. For example, I'm not sure if we need additional labels with graph names next to each one, I'm not sure if current values displayed next to graph are necessary (personally I tend to remove them as they are duplicating text displayed above) etc.
OSD Layout selection setting has been moved a bit above, it is located in separate line now.

RTSS included in distributive is also upgraded to beta 25. It contains some internal changes related to graphs rendering implementation.


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Any tutorial or tips on how i can do that?
Didn't see to be any documentation
for example just 1 page back...
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GPU Usage Text + Graph is very nice!

My problem is that i cant find to change the colour of that graph (gpu usage) its green default...hmm any help?

Edit: Im using modern, uploading a video right now!

So can we change all the modern text + graph's color to white?






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In "Modern" OSD layout graphs are rendered in the same colors as group names. GPU and GPU related group names are using separate colors in this layout to allow you to identify CPU and GPU related data in OSD easily. If you don't need such additional color identification and simply wish to see everything in the same color - select "modern mono" OSD layout.


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MSI Afterburner 4.4.0 beta 11 is available:

http://office.guru3d.com/afterburner...p440Beta11.rar

- I've added new options allowing you to display OSD history graphs for any graph from MSI Afterburner hardware monitoring module. New option is called "OSD item type", it is located in "Monitoring" tab next to "Show in OSD" option. It allows you to display each item as a text (i.e. like it was displayed before), as a history graph, or as a combination of both text and graph. That's early initial implementation of graphs embedded in OSD, which allows you to feel the graphs and allows us to polish the final implementation, so suggestions on desired graph layout are welcomed. For example, I'm not sure if we need additional labels with graph names next to each one, I'm not sure if current values displayed next to graph are necessary (personally I tend to remove them as they are duplicating text displayed above) etc.
OSD Layout selection setting has been moved a bit above, it is located in separate line now.

RTSS included in distributive is also upgraded to beta 25. It contains some internal changes related to graphs rendering implementation.
Works in Arma 3 with Battleye enabled
   
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Yep, Battleye are much faster than EAC from whitelisting POV. On EAC side we're still waiting for 7.0.0 whitelisting in For Honor and Wildlands.


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