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Weather Ship Radio gauge for the PMDG DC-6B available

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Just like for the A2A Boeing 377 Stratocruiser and L049 Constallation, here is an updated version for the PMDG DC-6A/B of my Weather Ship Radio gauge.

The zip file contains the Weather Ship Radio gauge itself, as well as installation instructions for all 3 addons, Manual and Google Earth .kmz file displaying the coordinates of the Weather ships in both the Atlantic and Pacific.

 

Have fun - and feel free to ask for troubleshooting and other kinds of support.

 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/tovbjnqp3nbsdpz/Weatherships.zip?dl=0

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Finn Jacobsen

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Wow, quick work! Many thanks, Finn!


Regards.
Matthias Hanel
 

MilViz Beta Team // Econair Staff

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BTW...

Additional info about the Weather ships can be found here:

http://www.weatherships.co.uk/

http://www.weatherships.co.uk/role.htm

 

Also look at the Bubble sextand available too for vintage navigation - Original made by Dave Bitzer amd now updated by Kronzsky:

http://www.kronzky.info/fs/sextant/

Tutorial here:

http://www.kronzky.info/fs/sextant/tutorial/index.html

and here...

 


Finn Jacobsen

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The bubble sextant is happily working in P3Dv4. :)

Since the weather ship gauge is also XML based I am guessing it will work fine in v4 also.

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2 hours ago, F16_Driver said:

The bubble sextant is happily working in P3Dv4. :)

Since the weather ship gauge is also XML based I am guessing it will work fine in v4 also.

Yes - initially there was a compability issue with my original FSX xml code in P3D, but this has been fixed with this version.

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Finn Jacobsen

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Thanks Finn, I see the install txt refers to P3d, I guess the panel.cfg modif is the same in fsx?

luc


Luc Voeltzel LSGG

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1 hour ago, chevol said:

Thanks Finn, I see the install txt refers to P3d, I guess the panel.cfg modif is the same in fsx?

luc

Yes, only the file path's are different, otherwise the content of the Panel.cfg should look the same.


Finn Jacobsen

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I did the modif in fsx but I cannot see the gauge in the plane... I must have missed something

luc


Luc Voeltzel LSGG

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It is only a pop-up window.. Did you add windowXX=Weathership Gauge in the list at the beginning of the panel.cfg and the according [windowXX] section behind the other window definitions? While XX being the number the follows the existing ones.


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Matthias Hanel
 

MilViz Beta Team // Econair Staff

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