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I'm getting very close to releasing my first panel. I think it will be very good. I using the xml technique and i need help. Is it possible to change the standby frequencies instead of the active. I also need a text line that will shoe vertical speed like this:0 fpm = 0.03000 fpm = 3.0500 fpm = 0.5-500 fpm = -0.5I also can't get my ITT text to display correctly.Any help would be great.Tanks Erik

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In the click event do a swap,tune,swap, but I thought... Hmm, oh well.Here is the click event I use for Nav1 fraction down:0 (>K:TOGGLE_AFTERBURNER2) (L:NavCom1 on,bool) (A:Circuit Avionics On,bool) && if{ (L:NavCom1 DisplayRadial,bool) ! if{ 0 (>K:NAV1_RADIO_FRACT_DEC) } els{ 0 (>K:NAV_RADIO) 0 (>K:FREQUENCY_SWAP) 0 (>K:NAV1_RADIO_FRACT_DEC) 0 (>K:FREQUENCY_SWAP) (P:Absolute Time,seconds) 25 + (>L:NavCom1 Timer,seconds) } }The afterburner is only a trigger for the xml sound module. Then I check if radio is actually turned on and power is available. If it is, I again check the status of a knob on the radio to determine if I'm tuning the active or the standby. The final {if} will tune the active, and the {els} will swap, tune, and swap, in order to tune the standby (err, or the other way around, can't remember :)). The timer is only preventing textual identification in another gauge until at least two successive idents has been made (somewhat fake though).As for the text and formatting, try to experiment (maybe A LOT!) with the standard baron DME to get a "feel" for how things are done. Strings can be a pain to work with. VSI,feet per minute 1000 / might be a good place to startAs usual, < is written as & g t ; without spaces. && (AND) is written as & a m p ; & a m p ;

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