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Adding GPS to Real Air Cessna

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Hey everyone,I'm venturing into the world of panel building. The first thing I want to do is add the default GPS to the RealAir Cessna VC. I've had no luck so far.Here is a section that I have for my VC:

[VCockpit01]size_mm=512,512pixel_size=512,512texture=$C172s_1background_color=0,0,0gauge00=Bendix_King_Radio!Bendix-King Radio Nav-Comm 1, 0, 0, 205, 77gauge01=Bendix_King_Radio!Bendix-King Radio Nav-Comm 2, 206, 0, 205, 77gauge02=Cessna172!Clock, 413, 1, 93, 93gauge03=Bendix_King_Radio!Bendix-King Radio DME, 0, 86, 198, 51gauge04=Bendix_King_Radio!Bendix-King Radio Audio, 201, 85, 198, 34gauge05=Cessna!Annunciator, 403, 96, 109, 30gauge06=Bendix_King_Radio!Bendix-King Radio AP, 0, 136, 198, 59gauge07=Bendix_King_Radio!Bendix-King Radio Xpndr, 0, 196, 198, 61gauge08=Cessna182s!VOR2, 257, 129, 126, 126gauge09=Cessna!ADF, 385, 130, 126, 126gauge10=Cessna!VOR1, 1, 258, 126, 126gauge11=Cessna!Vertical_Speed, 129, 256, 126, 126gauge12=Cessna172!Airspeed, 256, 256, 128, 128gauge13=Cessna!Turn_Indicator, 384, 256, 128, 128gauge14=Cessna!Altimeter, 1, 383, 126, 126gauge15=Cessna172!Tachometer, 128, 383, 128, 128gauge16=Cessna!Heading_Indicator, 256, 384, 128, 128gauge17=Cessna!Attitude, 383, 384, 128, 128gauge00=gps!gps, 0, 196, 198, 61
For some reason it does not show up.. I'm just trying to get it on the panel now, so I'm not worried if it covers anything up. I'm also having a problem with the position the panel loads where your "eyes" are.Here is my code:
[Default View]X=0Y=0SIZE_X=9000SIZE_Y=2500
I moved it up fro 8000 something to 9000, but I have yet to see a change. The odd part is that I put this same snipet of code for the eye point into the default cessna panel.cfg and it moved it where I wanted it to..... Both the Realair and Default Cessna panel.cfg files are the same.Any help with these two questions will be appreciated :)

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You can't use the same gaugenumber TWICE.So use gauge18= instead of gauge00=Rob

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