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Dear sim-friends,anyone knows which and how to modify the files to get the altitude call-outs during the landing? 400, 200, 100 , 50 and so on.How can I install a checklist in the kneepad? What file what entry?Is it possible to use fs2002 panels in fs2004?

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You need a gauge that outputs the information or an addon program. You could try PMSounds from http://www.projectmagenta.com/ as a stand alone program. You need FSUIPC to interface with it however. Search the AVSIM and FLTSIM libraries using "callouts" for gauges.For FS2002, use a text editor like Notepad or Wordpad. See one of the default aircraft checklist.For FS2004, use an htm/html editor like Microsoft Word. You might be able to convert an existing text file, i.e., FS2002 style, by opening the file in Word, then Saving as an htm/html file.Yes, but there may be problems with individual gauges.W. Sieffert

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First, find a panel that HAS these callouts. It is usually a guage called "fpda Boeing callouts" Take this guage and place it in the guages folder, or the panel folder for the aircraft of your choice. Then its as simple as adding the line that follows the guage in the panel you borrowed it from. You can find the guage referenced in the panel.cfg file, just open it with notepad and look for the fpda boeing callout guage. Make sure when you add this gauge it is numbered as the next guage in sequence in the panel.cfg file in the main guages list. Has worked like a champ for me many times.Hornit

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Hello,dear Hornit and W. Sieffert.Thankk you for the hints.Gonna try this out.SincerelyTFT

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