Transplant of a Transport?

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Blas
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Transplant of a Transport?

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I am always about 5 light-years behind other users, but I would love to see my N10 transport controls to be more like N5 design. Being old, the beefy old 'look' just is easier for these old eyes. Is this possible?

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Re: Transplant of a Transport?

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There lies some truth in your words.
Lines, knobs, switches and menues, etc., could well be a bit less stylish, but more user-friendly, especially for those old fart's eyes.
Running 60 soon, I till don't need glasses, but it is a pain having to aim for the little lines and button areas.
I strongly demand a OPG option... ;-) = Old Peoples GUI ....
Now, seriously, it's gotten better, but was even better 5 versions ago ...

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Re: Transplant of a Transport?

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Can I get an admin to answer, please. Life could be so much easier if the ability to take familiar items could be 'remembered' and be available to replace the newer/younger/unfamiliar parts. Can this mission be possible? And just for the record, this format shows me as a newbie, it's incorrect. After 35+ years in this industry, I'm far from a "newbie"....just ask Fredo!!

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