(Work in Progress) 60s FL

I like to show what and how I work.
So I want to show you my latest idea.
I hope you are interested.

Inspired by the FIAT logos of the late 50s - early 60s this face will hopefully look like it was cut straight out of the car.

The background is designed in such a way that I can easily change the paint color.

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Ok, it remains comic art.
Aside from work, I really like this look right now.
What do you all mean?

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Thatâ€™s a brilliant exhibit of expert designing, very impressive, well done

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Iâ€™m not sure yet if iâ€™ll do the numbers of the time as pictures.
then i could better fit it to the shape.
But i would have to do that with all the numbers in the 4 positions.

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Looking good!
I wonder how it looks on a round watch thoughâ€¦

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It just fits in

I use a round watch
So i made sure it works.
But on a square itâ€™s nicer.

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first test run

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Adjusting the numbers is very easy for me.
they might even become chrome.
But does anyone have a good code for me?
It would save me a lot of time testing.

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Exactly what kind of â€ścodeâ€ť are you looking for. If itâ€™s for controlling pictures of numbers, I may have you covered.

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I want to use my images as numbers.

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OK, brace yourself.

Use pictures of numbers in watch face;
H=1st digit of hours
HH=2nd digit of hours
M=1st digit of minutes
MM=2nd digit of minutes
S=1st digit of seconds
SS=2nd digit of seconds

Calculation in Opacity box

H0= \$(floor(#Db#/10))=0?100:0\$ <24h only> \$(floor(#Db#/10))=0&&#DTIMEFORMAT#==24?100:0\$
H1= \$(floor(#Db#/10))=1?100:0\$
H2= \$(floor(#Db#/10))=2?100:0\$

HH0= \$(#Db#-(10*(floor(#Db#/10))))=0?100:0\$
HH1= \$(#Db#-(10*(floor(#Db#/10))))=1?100:0\$
HH2= \$(#Db#-(10*(floor(#Db#/10))))=2?100:0\$
HH3= \$(#Db#-(10*(floor(#Db#/10))))=3?100:0\$
HH4= \$(#Db#-(10*(floor(#Db#/10))))=4?100:0\$
HH5= \$(#Db#-(10*(floor(#Db#/10))))=5?100:0\$
HH6= \$(#Db#-(10*(floor(#Db#/10))))=6?100:0\$
HH7= \$(#Db#-(10*(floor(#Db#/10))))=7?100:0\$
HH8= \$(#Db#-(10*(floor(#Db#/10))))=8?100:0\$
HH9= \$(#Db#-(10*(floor(#Db#/10))))=9?100:0\$

M0= \$(floor(#DmZ#/10))=0?100:0\$
M1= \$(floor(#DmZ#/10))=1?100:0\$
M2= \$(floor(#DmZ#/10))=2?100:0\$
M3= \$(floor(#DmZ#/10))=3?100:0\$
M4= \$(floor(#DmZ#/10))=4?100:0\$
M5= \$(floor(#DmZ#/10))=5?100:0\$

MM0= \$(#DmZ#-(10*(floor(#DmZ#/10))))=0?100:0\$
MM1= \$(#DmZ#-(10*(floor(#DmZ#/10))))=1?100:0\$
MM2= \$(#DmZ#-(10*(floor(#DmZ#/10))))=2?100:0\$
MM3= \$(#DmZ#-(10*(floor(#DmZ#/10))))=3?100:0\$
MM4= \$(#DmZ#-(10*(floor(#DmZ#/10))))=4?100:0\$
MM5= \$(#DmZ#-(10*(floor(#DmZ#/10))))=5?100:0\$
MM6= \$(#DmZ#-(10*(floor(#DmZ#/10))))=6?100:0\$
MM7= \$(#DmZ#-(10*(floor(#DmZ#/10))))=7?100:0\$
MM8= \$(#DmZ#-(10*(floor(#DmZ#/10))))=8?100:0\$
MM9= \$(#DmZ#-(10*(floor(#DmZ#/10))))=9?100:0\$

S0= \$(floor(#DsZ#/10))=0?100:0\$
S1= \$(floor(#DsZ#/10))=1?100:0\$
S2= \$(floor(#DsZ#/10))=2?100:0\$
S3= \$(floor(#DsZ#/10))=3?100:0\$
S4= \$(floor(#DsZ#/10))=4?100:0\$
S5= \$(floor(#DsZ#/10))=5?100:0\$

SS0= \$(#DsZ#-(10*(floor(#DsZ#/10))))=0?100:0\$
SS1= \$(#DsZ#-(10*(floor(#DsZ#/10))))=1?100:0\$
SS2= \$(#DsZ#-(10*(floor(#DsZ#/10))))=2?100:0\$
SS3= \$(#DsZ#-(10*(floor(#DsZ#/10))))=3?100:0\$
SS4= \$(#DsZ#-(10*(floor(#DsZ#/10))))=4?100:0\$
SS5= \$(#DsZ#-(10*(floor(#DsZ#/10))))=5?100:0\$
SS6= \$(#DsZ#-(10*(floor(#DsZ#/10))))=6?100:0\$
SS7= \$(#DsZ#-(10*(floor(#DsZ#/10))))=7?100:0\$
SS8= \$(#DsZ#-(10*(floor(#DsZ#/10))))=8?100:0\$
SS9= \$(#DsZ#-(10*(floor(#DsZ#/10))))=9?100:0\$

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uff
but yes, it will definitely work.

A big thank you for that.
That will be of great help to me.

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Fun stuff, did that once too lol. Inspection is on (mine keeps the leading zero in 12h mode):

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This has been an awesome topic. I love the way everyone is working together.

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Thanks, that will be of help to me.

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With your help it was really easy.
Thank you all.
I would now like to integrate arrows for the turn signal as AM/PM display in 12H operation.

Then I have what I imagined.

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@SR-Design.vision Are you saying you need help with the Turn indicators. Nice work there. As @Linlay said we are seeing the True Spirit of the Community on this one. Great Inspiration Great Resources. It is stunning what gifts have been placed on the Table in this Forum. Just finding it is the only chalange.

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@ThaMattie Thanks for showing us Drop it Like its Hot again. I am putting that in my Tool Box for future Refrence :::)))

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I just wanted to say that I intend to do this.
The turn signal should remain static.
If that would still flash, it would be too much.

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Yeah. I get that. Some of the Guys like to have something flashing or pulsing to show the Face has not crashed. Bit of a joke really. It usually takes me 2 hours to realise my watch has crashed. I discover that not because the face has a crash indicator.

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