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Fx3 with pin2dmd color question

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Can anyone tell me how I can override the pin2dmd dmd color for pinball fx3 on a per-table basis?  I have the dmd working ok but all fx3 tables are running with orange dmds.  I tried using the --color parameter when calling dmdext and it sets the pallet to the color I choose but when the table launches it goes back to orange.

Also can anyone offer suggestions as to how to best run fx3 tables using pinballx without interfering with tables that use ultradmd?  If I have dmdext running before launching pinballx then vpm tables and fx3 tables work fine but tables using ultradmd don't display the dmd.

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You need to start dmdest.exe per emulator
 So you have a start with FX3 and when FX3 is done it kills it off

Try something like this

Pinballx & Dmdest.jpg

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Thanks, I will give that a try. I still need to figure out how to solve the color issue.

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On 1/5/2019 at 7:21 AM, outhere said:

You need to start dmdest.exe per emulator
 So you have a start with FX3 and when FX3 is done it kills it off

Try something like this

Pinballx & Dmdest.jpg

Thanks for this, it solved my conflict problem. 😀

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Can anyone tell me how to override the pin2dmd dmd color for pinball fx3 on a per-table basis?  As I said above the --color option is not doing it.

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OK problem solved thanks to the latest update of DMDEXT

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I have tried this solution too and it got my PIN2DMD working but i only see a complete orange DMD all the time

So there is no score visible only a dmd full of orange dots

Hope thta someone can help me out with this problem would like the pin2dmd word so that i can hide the virtual dmd on the table screen

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