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Made a functional Audio Panel Popup

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This was quick and simple, but it works. Tested it changing to com 2 for ATIS. It shows up on there radios also which shows that it is only the click spot that was overlooked. You can change the size or whatever.

I just added Window 06 so that is all that has to be done. I have windows 8 and works fine.

Thanks Keith,

 

 

 

//*********************************************************
// Carenado PA34 Seneca V FSX/P3D
// Copyright © Carenado 2014 - All Rights Reserved
//*********************************************************

[Window Titles]
Window00=G600
Window01=GNS 430XP
Window02=Toggle_Control
Window03=INFO
Window04=ENGINE SETUP
Window05=START
Window06=Radio

 

[VIEWS]
VIEW_FORWARD_DIR=-1.000, 0.000, 0.000

//--------------------------------------------------------
[Window00]
Background_color=0,0,0
size_mm=1024,1024
window_size_ratio=1.000 
position=8
visible=0
ident=MAIN_PANEL
window_size= 0.500, 0.666
window_pos= 0.010, 0.310
no_luminous=1

gauge00=G600_PA34V!g600_configPA34V,  0,0,1,1
gauge01=G600_PA34V!G600,  0,0,1024,1024
gauge02=PA34V!ToggleCARG500,  0,0,1024,50

//--------------------------------------------------------
[Window01]
// windows_sizeY*size_mmX/size_mmY*9/16
Background_color=0,0,0
size_mm=524,210
window_size_ratio=0.400 
position=6
visible=0
ident=10010
window_size= 0.323, 0.270
window_pos= 0.525, 0.616
no_luminous=1
zorder=7

gauge00=rxpGNS!GNS430,  0,0,512,210
gauge01=PA34V!ToggleCAR430,  0,0,512,30

//--------------------------------------------------------
[Window02]
Background_color=0,0,0
size_mm=500,261
position=0
visible=0
ident=796
window_size= 0.200, 0.200
window_pos= 0.020, 0.160
zorder=5

gauge00=PA34V!Control_windows,  0,0,500,261

//--------------------------------------------------------
[Window03]
file=info.bmp
size_mm=555,131
window_size_ratio=1.000 
position=0
visible=1
ident=10020
window_size= 0.238, 0.100
window_pos= 0.020, 0.040

gauge00=PA34V!ToggleCARINFO,  10,10,400,100

//--------------------------------------------------------
[Window04]
Background_color=0,0,0
size_mm=600,653

window_size= 0.350, .500

position=3
visible=0
nomenu=1
ident=10060

gauge00=GAUGEPA34V!StartWindowsAircraft ,   0,  0, 600,653

//--------------------------------------------------------
[Window05]
Background_color=0,0,0
size_mm=600,653

window_size= 0.350, .500

position=5
visible=0
nomenu=1
ident=10050

gauge00=GAUGEPA34V!StartWindows ,   0,  0, 600,653

//--------------------------------------------------------
[Window06]
Background_color=2,2,2
size_mm=156,31
//window_size_ratio=1.000 
position=8
visible=0
ident=Radio

gauge00=Bendix_King_Radio!Bendix-King Radio Audio,        0,  0,156,31

//---------------------------------------------------------------
[Vcockpit01]
Background_color=0,0,0
size_mm=1024,1024
texture=$Panel_1
pixel_size=1024,1024

gauge00=G600_PA34V!g600_configPA34V,  0,0,1,1
gauge01=G600_PA34V!G600_3D,  0,0,768,515

gauge02=GAUGEPA34V!Gauge_Clock,  332,518,279,279
gauge03=PA34V_G600!GPS_G600,  0,0,2,2

gauge04=G600_PA34V!G600_update,  0,0,1,1
gauge05=G600_PA34V!G600_update2,  0,0,1,1
gauge06=CARSound_PA34V!CarSound,       0, 0,  1,  1

gauge07=PA34V!ToggleCARG500,  0,0,1024,50
//--------------------------------------------------------
[Vcockpit02]
Background_color=0,0,0
size_mm=512,512
visible=0
pixel_size=513,513
texture=$Panel_2

gauge00=rxpGNS!GNS430,  0,  0,512,256
gauge01=CarenadoG430_3D_PA34V!GNS430_nc2,  0,257,512,256
gauge02=PA34V!ToggleCAR430,     64,0, 256, 32

//--------------------------------------------------------
[Vcockpit03]
Background_color=0,0,0
size_mm=512,512
visible=0
pixel_size=513,513
texture=$Panel_3

gauge00=Radio_PA34V!RadioAudio,    0, 0,512, 99
gauge01=GAUGEPA34V!Gauge_Autopiloto,  0,100,512, 119
gauge02=GAUGEPA34V!Radio_KR87_ADF  ,  0,219,512, 106
gauge03=DIGTTRANS_PA34V!transponder,    0,327,512,  130

//--------------------------------------------------------
[Vcockpit04]
Background_color=0,0,0
size_mm=512,512
visible=0
pixel_size=512,512
texture=$Panel_4

gauge00=GAUGEPA34V!Gauge_Anum,    0, 0,384,177
gauge01=GAUGEPA34V!Radio_KDI572_DME, 0,178,302,118
gauge02=GAUGEPA34V!Gauge_CLOCK_DIG,   349,124,160,162
gauge03=GAUGEPA34V!Gauge_ENGINE_DIGVC,  0,297,384,153

//--------------------------------------------------------
[Vcockpit05]
Background_color=0,0,0
size_mm=1024,1024
texture=$Panel_5
pixel_size=1024,1024

gauge00=GAUGEPA34V!Gauge_Anum_L,       0,519, 1024,148
gauge01=GAUGEPA34V!Gauge_Anum_R,       0,669, 1024,148


Day=255,255,255
Night=225,117,89
Luminous=200,200,101

[Default View]
X=0
Y=0
SIZE_X=8192
SIZE_Y=6143

 

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Great - that should do the job, until the first service pack is out..

 

According to the Facebook page the service pack has been released.

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Yes, I have applied the SP and can say that it fixes all the issues it lists in the description. However... The dash warning about leaning to 1650 is fixed in some liveries but stil says 1450 in others. Also the spelling errors on the left side of the panel Yaw Dumper" and "teh" are still present, but seeing as how my 337H panel still has a landing light switch that says "LOG" I don't expect those error will ever get fixed.

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Yes, I just got the SP myself...

 

Too bad, they could have done a more complete job if they had really wanted to  :unsure:

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And yes I get the irony that in my post ranting about spelling errors I made several spelling errors...

Bert I have to give credit to Carenado on how quick they got the service pack out, it doesn't fix everything but it took care of the big stuff. I really enjoy this Seneca V and flying it is fun, it seems like a poor mans 737 NG. It's too early to say it will ever replace the 337H as my favorite cross country/IFR plane due to those wings and engines blocking all the ORBX scenery I paid for... But if I had to bet my life on a plane getting me through nasty weather the avionics on this Seneca really tip the scale in it's favor.

 

Lastly, and I know I'm going to be tarred and feathered for this, I actually like the muffled headphone effect on the engine sounds. However, I did kind of enjoy the missing gear warning sound during my screwed up descents whin I had to cut power and dive for the deck! Don't put to much faith in gear warning horns, these guys somehow missed theirs:

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And yes I get the irony that in my post ranting about spelling errors I made several spelling errors...

Bert I have to give credit to Carenado on how quick they got the service pack out, it doesn't fix everything but it took care of the big stuff. I really enjoy this Seneca V and flying it is fun, it seems like a poor mans 737 NG. It's too early to say it will ever replace the 337H as my favorite cross country/IFR plane due to those wings and engines blocking all the ORBX scenery I paid for... But if I had to bet my life on a plane getting me through nasty weather the avionics on this Seneca really tip the scale in it's favor.

 

Lastly, and I know I'm going to be tarred and feathered for this, I actually like the muffled headphone effect on the engine sounds. However, I did kind of enjoy the missing gear warning sound during my screwed up descents whin I had to cut power and dive for the deck! Don't put to much faith in gear warning horns, these guys somehow missed theirs:

I love this video....Notice how the guy looks at the airplane as though it is the stupid one!!! LOL

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In the last landing, in KTMB I could have observed that the luminous indicators and of sound of OM and of MM were not activated. Does this happen to him?

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Folks,

 

It might not be the right topic to ask this question, but I'm building the DDMP instrument (engine readings) for Carenado Seneca V, however I can't find the command that is executed when I click on the switch knob to change between the DDMP readings. The software I'm using to build this instruments uses FSX commands, but I can't find this one, even though setting logging in FSUIPC.

 

Thanks,

Filipe

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