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Could someone please help me with the correct for this gauge.(A:Circuit general panel on, bool)%((A:ADF1 Radial, degrees))%!06.1f!

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Hi, You could try something like, not tested:%(360 (A: Plane heading degrees gyro, degrees) (A:ADF1 Radial,degrees) + dnor near d 0 == ?)%!03d!or:%((A: Plane heading degrees gyro,degrees) (A:ADF1 Radial,degrees) + 180 - /-/ dnor)%!03d!Hope it helps,Jan"Beatus Ille Procul Negotiis"

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Jan,,thank you very much. That worked good for Adf1 but for some reason Adf2 will only show 360 or 180 and doesn't move. I tried both strings and the first one worked best.(A:Circuit general panel on, bool)%(360 (A: Plane heading degrees gyro, degrees) (A:ADF2 Radial,degrees) + dnor near d 0 == ?)%!03d!This is for a DC3 panel using the MS default radios with adf1 and adf2Thanks againJohn

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John,Try to use: (A:ADF Radial:1,degrees) and (A:ADF Radial:2,degrees)Jan"Beatus Ille Procul Negotiis"

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Jan!!!! That works great. I cant tell you how much I appreciate this.Would it be a lot of work to write a file without bitmap for a digital tuner adf1,adf2 with mouse area for inc,dec for each digit?Thanks a million.JohnPS: One file for adf1 would do. I can insert as , hehe, I think

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John,I use:%((A:Adf ACTIVE frequency:1, KHz))%!06.1f!%((A:Adf ACTIVE frequency:2, KHz))%!06.1f!as digital readout for the frequencies.(>K:ADF_100_DEC) or INC, (>K:ADF_10_DEC) or INC, (>K:ADF_1_DEC) or INC and (>K:ADF1_RADIO_TENTHS_DEC) and INC for ADF1 (>K:ADF2_100_DEC) until (>K:ADF2_RADIO_TENTHS_DEC) etc. for ADF2 for the clickspots (16!)Use a transparant bitmap, big enough for the gauge and place it somewhere on your pedestal.So something like:%((A:Adf ACTIVE frequency:1, KHz))%!06.1f!etc.Hope it helps,Jan"Beatus Ille Procul Negotiis"

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Jan this is too much. Thanks, thanks, thanks. I think I'll give you a DC3 for this work. I'll start work on these files right away. Shouldn't take this old man more than a coupla weeks.John DCA1013

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