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HiIs there any known way to _SET the OBS instead of INC and DEC? I've browsed through the known documents but I can't find anything useful.If it isn't such an event, what would be a good way of copying the airplanes current heading, to act as an 'OBS sync switch'?

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Just a guess: sometimes the argument of the K: event is used as stepsize (definetely true for DECISION_HEIGHT_INC and DEC), so possibly one step with the differential degrees as argument can be used.Arne BartelsP.S. sorry I forgot I did something like this a long time before in C gauges: try VOR1_SET and VOR2_SET

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Please explain more about stepsize !I'm trying to make a xml gauge that set the DH but the step of increase or decrease was "33", why is that ?Thanks.

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If you define stepsizes in INCREASE_DECISION_HEIGHT and DECREASE_DECISION_HEIGHT it will be in meters.e.g. <Click> 1 (> K:INCREASE_DECISION_HEIGHT) </Click> increases decision height by 1m (approx. 3 ft)<Click> 10 (> K:INCREASE_DECISION_HEIGHT) </Click> by 10m (approx. 30ft) etc.if you use <Click> 0 (> K:INCREASE_DECISION_HEIGHT) </Click> or<Click Event="INCREASE_DECISION_HEIGHT" />the stepsize depends on decision height. The last example will stop at the predefined maxima (0ft and the maximum DH, I can't recall which precisely) whereas the first both examples have no automatic minimum or maximum (you can reach negative or very huge DHs)Arne Bartels

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Thank you Bartels,I didn't know that the DH count by meters. Got it, pal. :)

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Arne, I had no luck with passing an argument to INC/DEC, but the VOR1_SET worked like a charm. LOL, I was only searching for OBS... Oh well...Thanks.

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