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Guest Dmetrey

Master Warning lighof the default 747 doesnt work on other aircraft

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Hi,I am creating a panel and i cant get the Master Cation light to work with it from the default B747. I tried it on my dash that im trying to implement it to - doesnt work. Tried it on the default Cessna 172 and neither does it react to Stalls, overspeeds and low fuel. If anyone knows if theres somthing i maibe need to edit in the aircraft .cfg or somthing else please tell me.Thanks.

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Hi,I am creating a panel and i cant get the Master Cation light to work with it from the default B747. I tried it on my dash that im trying to implement it to - doesnt work. Tried it on the default Cessna 172 and neither does it react to Stalls, overspeeds and low fuel. If anyone knows if theres somthing i maibe need to edit in the aircraft .cfg or somthing else please tell me.Thanks.
The master caution gets info from several parameters, speed, altitude etc, etc. The gauge is a two part gauge. One being the caution light itself referenced in the panel.cfg as Master Warning Light.xml the other part is found coded in the EICAS gauge.For starters the overspeed on a 747 is much, much higher than a 172 overspeed and the stall speeds are 50 odd vs 140ish knots clean.So basically you ould have to code the gauge to suit your ac. As an exercise you can test it in the default 737 and see the results.Sorry I could not be of more help.Douglas

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