doctorkb wrote:... kph is an accepted abbreviation, ...
sketch wrote:foxitrot wrote:But I was told that it is widespread on U.S. road shields.
Kilometers per hour isn't used on any US road shields
In a PM, bz2012 wrote:Many 'dual units' road signs, in the US, seem to use kph as it is similar to mph.
[/quote]sketch wrote:US-market cars have dual-unit speedometers typically marked "mph" and "km/h".
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Fixed in Dev version
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Twister-UK wrote:Yes, that's an undocumented fix in URO - when you deselect the white background option it sets the colour back to the default WME colour, but until this release it was using the darker grey that WME originally used when the grey background was first introduced. It now uses the lighter grey to match the present WME colour scheme...
It'd be trivial to include an option to use the darker grey as well, or even to make the background colour user definable - I'll add it to the to do list for the next release.
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