Old 04-30-2019, 10:23 AM   #1
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Default Mixer/MCP VU meter label font colors?

Where can I change the font color for the VU meters in the MCP? The gray is too hard on my eyes to read.

I want to change the color for the numeric labels for both the peak values as well as the vertical dB markings to always be white. And when the meter is clipped, I want the clip value font color over the red clip indicator background color to be black instead of this pale red/pink color.

Hopefully there is some way to accomplish this.

Thanks in advance!
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Old 05-06-2019, 01:44 AM   #2
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I found the settings in the rtconfig.txt file that are used for the mixer/master meter labels' font colors. Here's the info in case anyone else wants to know:

master.mcp.label.color
master.mcp.pan.label.color
master.mcp.width.label.color
master.mcp.volume.label.color
master.mcp.meter.readout.color
master.mcp.meter.rmsreadout.color
master.mcp.meter.scale.color.lit.bottom
master.mcp.meter.scale.color.lit.top
master.mcp.meter.scale.color.unlit.bottom
master.mcp.meter.scale.color.unlit.top

mcp.pan.label.color
mcp.width.label.color
mcp.volume.label.color
mcp.meter.readout.color
mcp.meter.scale.color.lit.bottom
mcp.meter.scale.color.lit.top
mcp.meter.scale.color.unlit.bottom
mcp.meter.scale.color.unlit.top

Some of these are repeated several times in the file, probably for each layout option. So if you want different colors for different track layouts, you can do that as well as making them all the same.

Also, some only have RGB values after them [0-255 0-255 0-255], while others have 2 sets of RGBA values [0-255 0-255 0-255 0-255 0-255 0-255] that are used depending on the status of the meter color (lit vs unlit).
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