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Gauge do not appear on VC

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Hello to all..I'm new in this forum and i've a little question.I've replaced the apollo radio and added a gauge (ADF) on maule panel beside the radio and it's go OK but on VC while radio appear right , the ADF not.Here's wath i,ve do on panel.cfg[Vcockpit01]Background_color=0,0,0 size_mm=1024,548position=7visible=0ident=pixel_size=1024,1024texture=$vc_leftgauge00=Maule_IG!Airspeed, 124,226,144,142gauge01=Maule_IG!Clock, 2,317,101,100gauge02=Maule_IG!Vertical Speed, 468,385,137,142gauge03=Maule_IG!Attitude, 283,189,161,160gauge04=Maule_IG!Altimeter, 452,159,166,168gauge05=Maule_IG!Turn Coordinator, 119,390,162,160gauge06=Maule_IG!Heading Indicator, 284,382,168,168gauge07=Maule_IG!Compass, 952,35,50,30gauge08=Maule_IG!Vor, 633,165,160,160// ADF added gauge09=cessna!ADF, 468,384,146,146Note that is the same location of gears gauge on amphibian maule.>>>>> gauge10=Maule_IG_ENG!gears, 638,384,146,146gauge10=Maule_IG_VC!Daylight, 1,1,1,1Wath i must do to make the adf visible on VC ?.Sorry for my bad english....Any suggestion will be appreciate..ThanksRobi

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Errata corrige!!gauge09=cessna!ADF, 468,384,146,146 (that's position on main panel !!!)The right pos where i've placed the gauge in VC is gauge09=cessna!ADF, 638,384,146,146sorry..thanks

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You need to understand that placing gauges in a VC is not the same as placing them on a 2d panel, where is is easy to "see" whether there is a place for the gauge or not...In a VC, the gauges are projected on a virtual "movie screen," and if you tell the sim to project a particular gauge at some location that is OFF the screen, of course it will never be seen... :)My guess is that you're coordinates are such that the gauge is not on the "movie screen..."Try something like:gauge09=cessna!ADF, 100,100,146,146and see if the gauge shows up. If it does, then simply adjust the coordinates as needed to place it closer to where you actually want it...

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