[jhb_airlines] Re: Another FSX Foible

  • From: FrankTurley@xxxxxxx
  • To: jhb_airlines@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2006 04:09:40 EST

In a message dated 13/11/2006 09:02:04 GMT Standard Time, gwinsk@xxxxxxx  

The fact  that many of the guges are located in the aircraft's Panel 
flolde suggests  they may be aircraft specific. Probably confirmed by the 
fact the G1000  speed ribbon incorporates a red sector that can't be the 
same for all  aircraft; something I'll take a closer look at. Could the 
problem of two  values being missing, when it's used with an FS9 aircraft 
be due to   the string that calls up those two values being different in 
FSX from  FS9?

Gerry Winskill

My reason for getting into gauge design was a wish to view the scenery, and  
I found that by adding gauges to the MiniPanel I could enjoy the scenery and 
get  enough information on screen to allow me to fly. Up until now I've been  
able to do this with a common set of customised gauges, albeit with adjustments 
 for screen resolution differences in the panel.cfg file. I'd rather not be  
writing individual gauges for each aircraft type if I can avoid it, but I 
think  that for more complex functions like the autopilot I may have to.
Frank T.

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