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    Posted: July-13-2017 at 10:49am
Sir, I have created a group of gauges with flaps, gear lights, ect using FSPS.  I am trying to stop from having to recreate this group every time I want to add to a different aircraft  I have the cab file made.  But I have to copy and paste every time I want install in a different aircraft.  What do I have to do to make this all one gauge that would be transferable?  Thanks
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If you move the cab file into the Gauges folder, any aircraft panel can call these gauges.

Is that what you are after?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote flynby Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July-13-2017 at 2:45pm
The cab file is in the gauge folder.  I was hoping this group of gauges could be call "anything" and saved.  Then if I wanted to put it in a new aircraft, I could go to FSPS -  find "anything" - and the gauge would appear and changes would be added to the panel.cfg.  I take it reading your reply this cannot be done.  Many thanks.
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This is my project.  I like carrier landings.
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As for FSPS, I do not know.

I edit my panel.cfg files with Notepad.
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Yea, so do I.
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Looks like a handy gauge for carrier ops.  Since all parts are on the same window you should be able to just copy it as a whole and drop it in any aircraft you want use it in.  Since you've merged the RFN Gauge into into it you'll need to take that out if you have any plans to share this.
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Thank you for your reply.  Let me ask you this:  I always have to open a new window and create a new background.  Then I can copy and paste the gauges.  What do I do so I can bypass this background issue?
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