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n1bg View Drop Down
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    Posted: May-01-2006 at 12:05pm

I recently purchased some RXP Gauges and thought it would be easier to add guages using this too. Can anyone tell me if it's easier to just edit the panel.cfg to do this task? I dont plan on building panels, just retrofitting. It would be nice if I could just open up the panel move some stuff around and be done with it. Is it that simple or does it still require knowing where all the gotach's are?

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Bob 

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It's very simple to change gauges with FSPS, it's graphical so that makes it a million times easier to change gauges with FSPS, there is even a swap gauge function, highlight a gauge and you can swap it for another gauge.
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I agree with Paavo that FSPS is very easy to use. I've been using it for years !

The biggest "gotchas" are these:

1. Swapping out one gauge for another, in exactly the same location and at the same size, is usually fine, but occasionally the replacement appears a little smaller whem seen in FS, so the size of the replacement has to be increased to compensate. Check out my screenshots of a RealityXP FlightLineT-equipped C421C in an earlier post.

2. Some replacement gauges, most noticeably the GNS430, are slightly deeper than the default gauge they replace, so a slight resizing or moving of the other gauges in the Radio Stack is sometimes necessary.

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