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Bigmack View Drop Down
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    Posted: March-11-2003 at 9:31pm

I'm just wondering why when I modify certain panels with this program, it erases guages from the panel cfg??? It happans with FSD AC and the new MAMM relelease. I thought this software supposed to save a backup of everything before ant changes are made. I constantly have to go back and compare panel cfg's to make sure all guage's are installed correctly.

 

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Hello Bill,

Please contact support@fspanelstudio.com, and if you can, provide a before and after panel.cfg to help diagnose your problem.
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A new version of FS Panel Studio has been posted today at www.fspanelstudio.com which will fix problems seen with panels such as the MAAM B-25. In this panel.cfg file, there are gaps in the Gauge numbering in several of the Windows.

The Microsoft SDK states that Gauges will be read into FS2002 starting at Gauge00 and until there is a break in the progression, which is the old behaviour of FSPS. However, FS2002 seems to ignore this rule and continues reading. FSPS now follows the same behviour and all Gauges on this panel should now show up correctly.
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