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How can I "break" the nose gear?

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Hi, I've created a working Pushback gauge (.gau) format.I want to add some spice to it.I want the nose gear to break if you try to pushback with the parking break set.Any ideas on how I can get the nose gear to break? There doesn't seem to be any Events to handle this one, yet if you land to hard it seems the nose gear can break, so I guess it is possible.Thanks!

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wich program do u use for compile ur gau-files?i want also make several gauges, but i don

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@Bryan: There's no Event that destroys something at the aicraft! I've never seen this at any add-on aircraft, so I think there is no way to do so...@Schulli: If you can work a bit with C, you can make the normal C gauges(*.gau). You will need Microsoft Visual C++ for this!If you don't have any idea of C, then try XML Gauges. XML is nothing more than a text file(*.xml), so all you need is NotePad for the Gauge files.For the graphics, you need a paint software, such as MsPaint.Regards,Harry

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If you want to program gauges in C, download this file from flightsim.comsd2gau15.zipIt contains a wealth of information.Best regards,Doug Dawson

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>You will need Microsoft Visual C++ for this!Not neccessarily true. There are a few free compilers out there (Borland BCC5.5, MinGW) which do their job just as well. MSVC++ will just provide you an IDE.

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>>You will need Microsoft Visual C++ for this!>>Not neccessarily true. There are a few free compilers out>there (Borland BCC5.5, MinGW) which do their job just as well.>MSVC++ will just provide you an IDE.Yes, it's right that you also can do it without MSVC.But it's the best way to work with MSVC because all documentation is based on MSVC. That's the only reason why I think MSVC is the best for gauges, and not because of any 'special features'.I wish you a Happy New Year,Harry

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