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C gauges can be "bundled" together to create a sort of "Multi-gauge". For example, you could include an entire overhead panel into a gauge called overhead.gau. Using the ! tells FS what gauge from the bundle to use. You could say overhead!starters to use the starters gauge from the overhead multigauge or overhead!fuel to get the fuel panel. (I think this applies to XML gauges as well, but I'm not sure)Matt

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Thanks for the help guys.....On second thoughs the way I was going to do it is rather messy. I'm not that clued up on .xmls But I think I can get started now..(Every new begining has a learning curve... Some steeper than others...)I've donwloaded Power Archiver so I can make the loose files into CAb files...Cheers//Tonni

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>Thanks for the help guys..... >>On second thoughs the way I was going to do it is rather >messy. >I'm not that clued up on .xmls But I think I can get started >now.. >(Every new begining has a learning curve... Some steeper >than others...) >I've donwloaded Power Archiver so I can make the loose files >into CAb files... >>Cheers >//Tonni

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