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ive downloaded your Autoland from avsim but cant make out if the five files go into the panel folder or the main aircraft folder eg- 737-400,and what line would i add to the cfg file because i am using Airline pilot, i have tried to add different lines but have been unable to get the icon on my panel. thanks [Window00]file=Main_640.bmpfile_1024=Main_1024.bmpsize_mm=640position=7visible=1ident=MAIN_PANEL gauge00=737-400!Airspeed, 0, 64gauge01=737-400!Flaps, 586, 64gauge02=737-400!Altimeter, 237, 45gauge03=737-400!Vertical Speed, 238, 128gauge04=737-400!Fuel Quantity, 236, 204gauge05=737-400!Main Set, 335, 85gauge06=737-400!OMI Lights, 1, 153gauge07=737-400!Oil, 468, 85gauge08=737-400!Clock, 17, 147gauge09=737-400!RMI, 1, 211gauge10=737-400!HSI, 86, 162gauge11=737-400!ADI, 85, 39gauge12=737-400!Gear Lever, 586, 217gauge13=737-400!Nose Gear Light, 594, 180gauge14=737-400!Left Gear Light, 579, 198gauge15=737-400!Right Gear Light, 609, 198gauge16=737-400!Reverser Unlocked Left, 354, 68gauge17=737-400!Reverser Unlocked Right, 416, 68gauge18=737-400!AT Lim, 385, 68gauge19=737-400!Low Oil Left, 458, 68gauge20=737-400!Low Oil Right, 519, 68gauge21=737-400!Start Valve Left, 489, 68gauge22=737-400!Start Valve Right, 549, 68gauge23=737-400!Flaps Ext, 609, 115gauge24=737-400!Flaps Transit, 579, 115gauge25=737-400!Autopilot, 336, 11gauge26=737-400!Pitch Trim, 305, 144gauge27=737-400!Aileron Trim Indicator, 242, 261gauge28=737-400!Aileron Trim Switch, 248, 276gauge29=737-400!Rudder Trim Indicator, 285, 261gauge30=737-400!Rudder Trim Knob, 290, 276gauge31=737-400!Nav GPS Switch, 306, 17gauge32=737-400!Avionics Master Switch, 239, 300gauge33=737-400!Autobrake, 581, 134gauge34=SimIcons!Kneeboard Icon, 181, 10gauge35=SimIcons!ATC Icon, 194, 10gauge36=SimIcons!Compass Icon, 264, 10gauge37=SimIcons!ECU Icon, 250, 10gauge38=SimIcons!Map Icon, 208, 10gauge39=SimIcons!Avionics Icon, 222, 10gauge40=SimIcons!GPS Icon, 236, 10

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You need to email the author of the file. Autoland is not written by Avsim, and add on authors seldom monitor this forum for questions. If you don't have the add on author's email address, repost your question in the main MSFS forum. You should add who the author was, what the file name or download id is, etc, as there's several autoland tools in the file library. -JohnNote to MSFS forum users--this post originally appeared in the file library forum. I have moved it here in case someone familiar with the tool/gauge the new member is discussing can help. I've ruled out my tool being the subject of the member's interest, since I have not received any contact from this member and since my tool is a standalone program.

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i have Emailed the author but have yet got a reply and was wondering if anyone else had any ideas...

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Again, kind of hard to help without knowing the file name, author name, download id, etc... There's many autoland gauges, programs and utilities. I will move this thread to the main MSFS forum assuming you'll provide that information. -John

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The author is Maryin Becker & nick Pike,it was added on the 22nd november 2005 and the file name is Autoland_v1.zip for fs2004

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Tks,Hopefully someone will be able to help. If worse comes to worse or you just want to try to have some fun, you can download and try my program, Autoland 2004. It doesn't require any panel mods since it runs in the background and only requires a dll to be added to the FS2004 modules folder to support it. Here's a link to my program:http://library.avsim.net/esearch.php?CatID...util&DLID=56108-John

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