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asnext wxr gauge setup for pc12

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the asnext wx radar gauge by Roland Ifor can be dropped into the pc12.

 

edit the panel.cfg section, comment out the existing gauges and add the one in red:

 

[Vcockpit04]
Background_color=0,0,0 
size_mm=512,512
visible=0
pixel_size=512,512
texture=$Panel_4
 
//gauge00=EX500_PC12!EX500_config,       0,  0,   1,  1
//gauge01=EX500_PC12!EX500_3D,           0,  0, 513,409
 
gauge00=RolASNRadar!ORadGauge, 99, 70, 314, 251, sweep|icing
 
//gauge02=EX500_PC12!EX500_Update,       0,  0,   1,  1
//gauge03=PC12CAR!ToggleCARG500,         0,  0, 513, 32
 
works great and can get rid of the ex500 mess that runs heavy.  vc gauge reflection has to be OFF.
 
pc12_wxr_1.jpg

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to see the beam sweep, change gauge option to "sweep|beam|icing"

 

this also fixes the test pattern.


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to see the beam sweep, change gauge option to "sweep|beam|icing"

 

this also fixes the test pattern.

Thanks! Is there any negatives from removing the Carenado guage? I remember one of their other airplanes you couldn't remove the gauge due to some type of protection

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Doubt it.

 

Try it out and you'll know for sure.


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