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Cacoman, BobAs promised... First Try at Panel Bitmap... It is rather sad looking, but am pleased with the general layout. If only I had some good quality "fit for purpose" bitmaps of a 732... ;)http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/148967.jpgA few points of interest:- I did not add a partial overhead (light switches), since that would mean having to program them (bitmaps and all). It would be a nice addition if possible though...- It is not quite centered how I would actually like it, but may be a good compromise. What do you think?Next will be adjusting the gauges to fit...Regards,Macs :)

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Hi Macs,congrats, this looks really great. Allow me a hint though. "Skew" the centre post to the right to improve the impression of sitting on the left seat.CheersWolfgang :-wave

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Bob, or Cacoman, How do I add a pop-up clickspot to a window. I will make the pop-up window with hydraulic/gear/flap/autobrake etc. gauges. that are missing from the main panel shown above (will be availeable on demand...).Thanks,Regards,Macs :)

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You could use XML to create a gauge that is just a mouse area that has no bitmap (making it a spot on the panel). On click, change an L:Var. Have the visibility of another gauge triggered by this L:Var and put everything you want to have available on demand inside the second one.Good luck!Scott / Vorlin

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