That is the opposite argument of course, but The way I work, I keep my home made gauges in a Gauge Design folder system, and put them in each of the relevant aircraft I fly as required - the "master version" always stays in the Gauge Design folder system. In the case of my Tiger Moth P-type compass mod (the Microsoft one works in the wrong sense) that meant I had to copy the gauge to a whole 3 aircraft. Not exactly a big job. I only fly about 9 different aircraft in total. Peter > *From:* "Frank Turley" <frank.turley1@xxxxxxxxxxxx> > *To:* <jhb_airlines@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> > *Date:* Tue, 11 Nov 2008 18:44:51 -0000 > > Peter, > > If you play with gauge design, the last thing you need is n copies > of a gauge to modify, putting them in the gauge folder means only > one has to be updated. > > Frank T.