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    Posted: February-20-2013 at 10:55pm
Using FSPS for FSX. Windows platform.
 
Redoing F1 Golden Eagle to FSX.
 
While laying out an added Window Vcockpit05 for Virtual cockpit. I get the gauges added to show in the game in the virtual cockpit, but they look faded and opaque with what i suspect as the background bmp of the co-pilot side. Working on this problem I right clicked on the gauge while in FSPS and showing Window Vcockpit05 and saw a menu...
 
          Move Up
          Move to Front
          Move Down
          Move to Back
 
I looked through the Help and couldn't find any explaination of these choices.
 
Any help appreciated.
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Hello jetflt,

I heard back from the developer, and this is what he said:

These are commands to move the gauge ordering. For example, if gauge 1 and gauge 2 overlap, gauge 2 will be shown “on top” of gauge 1 because it’s later in the ordering.

So        Move Up
          Move to Front
          Move Down
          Move to Back

Simply move the order of the gauge in the panel.cfg file. For example, if you were to select gauge 33, right click and select “Move to Back”, it would become gauge 01 and the other gauges would be renumbered in order, and the gauge might be place “under” some later gauges.
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