Simons Justification

Mr. Simon White from London rides a 2011 Sportster 48. He has his GaugeFace setup with a Portrait orientation and, as we currently don't have a lot to choose from for this kind of orientation, he had to do some customizations. Simon was nice enough to post instructions on the Facebook page on how to change the "Justified" GaugeFace from Landscape to Portrait. The instructions are reposted here for others to benefit from.

Thanks Simon!


If anyone is looking for a great "Face" in portrait mode try this using the Justified theme. The following steps may look scary but should take just 5-10 minutes to do.

1.) Go to the Tools view and if not already installed Find and install Justified.
2.) From the Tools view choose to make Justified as active and then select Builder to edit it.
3.) Change its Orient settings to Portrait.
4.) Select the Tachometer gauge table row and then its Frame row. Change x & y to 10 & 160.
5.) Select the Speedometer gauge table row and then its Frame row. Change x & y to 125 & 260.
6.) Select the Gear gauge table row and then its Frame row. Change x & y to 125 & 310.
7.) Select the Engine Temperature gauge table row and then its Frame row. Change x & y to 240 & 10.
8.) Select the Trip Odometer table row and then its Frame row. Change x & y to 130 & 80 and width to 180.
9.) Select the Compass table row and then its Frame row. Change x & y to 10 & 400.
10.) Leave the Fuel Level with its defaults.
11.) Select the Left Turn Signal table row and then its Frame row. Change x & y to 0 & 150.
12.) Select the Right Turn Signal table row and then its Frame row. Change x & y to 256 & 150.
13.) Select the Check Engine indicator table row and then its Frame row. Change x & y to 135 & 10.
13.) Lastly select the Fuel Warning indicator table row and then its Frame row. Change x & y to 245 & 410.
14.) Check it out with Preview.

1 comment

by admin on Thu, 05/24/2012 - 08:29

Being able to make and share these kinds of customizations much more easily is certainly something that we'd like to add to the app in a future release.