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Take the example from Nissan Juke dashboard: There are 2 modes in the dashboard, the first mode is when the label shows "A/C" and in the other mode, it shows the label "Normal". I was wondering how the label changes on the same space and how it works. See below:

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    It's quite unclear what you're asking. Could you elaborate? – I have no idea what I'm doing Jul 26 '16 at 9:10
  • updated the question with images – Hisham Maudarbocus Jul 26 '16 at 9:38
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    Are you asking about the button changing the label? My guess that if the buttons changes labels while using is that they have tiny displays behind them. Just like those fancy computer keyboards for gamers where each button has a 48x48 OLED display integrated (Optimus Maximus). – I have no idea what I'm doing Jul 26 '16 at 9:45
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    Look at the eco button in the lower left in the bottom picture, you can clearly see the outline of the screen demist/foot heater icon from the same position in the top image. – Mauro Jul 26 '16 at 10:33
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    @HishamMaudarbocus What do you mean "more info"? It's a tiny screen. You can find info on OLED/LCD tech on Wikipedia or elsewhere. You can see the little screens pretty clearly in youtube.com/watch?v=aOuQtD0kTBU as well. If you want some real fun check out the Tesla Model S. – Jason C Aug 8 '16 at 17:08
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As IHaveNoIdeaWhatI'mDoing stated in the comments, the buttons themselves have small LCD or OLED screens that allow them to change depending on some set of predetermined conditions. i.e. when the a/c is on, the button displays 'normal', and pressing it turns the a/c off, and when the a/c is off the button displays 'a/c' and pressing it turns the a/c on.

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