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X-Plane 9 gauges

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I used the XML language to program all of the gauges, that I used in Microsoft's FS9. I have not been able to find out which program language I will need to build X-Plane 9 gauges. I am running it on a Linux box. I hope it is not "C" or "CC+" because I no longer have them on my computer. Does anyone know if this is possible, or are we stuck with the default gauges?Thanks

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>I used the XML language to program all of the gauges, that I>used in Microsoft's FS9. I have not been able to find out>which program language I will need to build X-Plane 9 gauges.>I am running it on a Linux box. I hope it is not "C" or "CC+">because I no longer have them on my computer. Does anyone know>if this is possible, or are we stuck with the default gauges?>ThanksTo program complex gauges in X-Plane, the plugins SDK is used:http://www.xsquawkbox.net/xpsdk/phpwiki/index.phpplugins can be programmed in C or, alternatively, Python: http://www.xpluginsdk.org/python_interface.htmMarco

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Thanks Murmur, that was what I suspected. I will wait until I receive my disks and get the full package (X-Plane 9) installed, to see what gauges are available. I am 72 years young and my tired old eyes have problem reading the small round gauges. I wanted to make everything display in a digital format, so I could better read them.Thanks again!

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