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Michael2 View Drop Down
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    Posted: September-27-2003 at 10:21pm
Does Panel Studio allow one to edit the rate at which instruments refresh? I find most of the slip gauges are painfully slow and make accurate turning something of a problem.
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You can't modify the refresh rate of .gau Gauges, however XML Gauges are easy to edit. For example, the Baron Turn Coordinator has a built in delay. Here's the relavant section:

<Element>
      <Image Name="Turn_Indicator_Ball_Icon.bmp" ImageSizes="9,12,14,18">
        <Axis X="4" Y="0"/>
      </Image>
      <Shift>
        <Value Minimum="-1" Maximum="1">(A:Turn coordinator ball,position)</Value>
        <Nonlinearity>
            <Item Value="-1" X="30" Y="61.5"/>
            <Item Value="0" X="48.5" Y="62.3"/>
            <Item Value="1" X="66" Y="61.5"/>
        </Nonlinearity>
        <Delay PixelsPerSecond="20"/>
        <Failures>
            <GAUGE_TURN_COORDINATOR Action="Freeze"/>
        </Failures>
      </Shift>
   </Element>

Note the Delay element. You can experiment with changing this value.

For more details on XML Gauges and syntax check out the FS2002 Panels SDK.
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Thanks for the answer.
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