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  1. <Element> <Position X="50" Y="80"/> <Polyline Bright="Yes" LineWidth="2" Color="silver"><Point X="-3" Y= "-7"/><Point X= "0" Y="-10"/><Point X= "2" Y= "-7"/><Point X= "0" Y= "-8"/><Point X= "0" Y= "10"/></Polyline> <Rotate> <Value>(A:Ambient wind direction,radians) (A:Plane heading degrees gyro,radians) - (A:Magvar,radians) - pi +</Value> <Delay DegreesPerSecond="20"/> </Rotate> </Element> Hi, A possibility, xml vector (fs9):
  2. Hi, Just Google for aircraft window. Take one and edit in mspaint, proper dimensions etc. et voila!
  3. Hi, <Element> <Position X="540" Y="480"/> <Rectangle Width="2" Height="1600" Bright="Yes" Color="red"> <HeightCode>(L:segment0,nmiles) 5 * </HeightCode> </Rectangle> </Element> Gives satisfactory results for me.
  4. Hi,You can have as many as you want!Jan
  5. Hi,From the fs9 SDK, window section:type = Specifies the type of the panel window. Valid entries are PANEL for aircraft panels, MINIPANEL for gauge windows shown in the “minipanel” mode, or SPECIAL for pseudo panel windows.Jan
  6. Hi,Another way is placing a black polygon with the shape of a gear wheel in front of the circle.Of coure a bit coding too, but just 1 element...jan
  7. Hi,1. Dashed line: <Formattedtext><String>- - - - - -</String></Formattedtext>2. Determine the coordinates of the points in the dashed circle and draw polylines.It works for me.Jan
  8. Hi,No examples in fs.gps.Tried, but failed.Jan
  9. Hi,AFAIK use "corrected" engine values for calculations (airfile) and the "normal" ones in the EICAS.Jan
  10. Hi,Custom symbols etc.Still somewhat experimental; lots of inefficient(?) code.Sended it to Spokes and Edetroit to edit and to make it a useful freeware gauge someday if they want so.But you are commercial....Some hints:Most is already here at avsim in the different threads.Use the gps flightplanline and custom symbols.For a transparant background like a hud, make your own lines. For flightplan no problem, but almost impossible for the different approachsegments.The waypoints have there lat/lon, so does your plane.Calculate bearing and distance and use some gonio-mathematics to shift the symbols in regard to the plane's heading.Use some "loop" code from the gps to get the next waypoints.The same applies for fplines, waypoints, nav symbols, runways etc.No bitmaps.Hope it helps,Jan
  11. Hi,See my pie code upstairs.Here i use pivot.In the SDK, see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc526953.aspx#mozTocId69607 ,axis is adviced.I use axis extensively for my custom made flightplan lines and symbols.Btw. tested: <Element> <Visible>(A:TURB ENG N1:1,percent) 33.0 <</Visible> <Pie Radius="41" StartAngle="360" EndAngle="270" FillColor="#545454" Bright="yes"> <Pivot X="42" Y="42"/> </Pie> <Rotate> <Value>3.6 (A:TURB ENG N1:1,percent) 100 / *</Value> </Rotate> </Element>and<Element> <Visible>(A:TURB ENG N1:1,percent) 33.0 <</Visible> <Pie Radius="41" StartAngle="360" EndAngle="270" FillColor="#545454" Bright="yes"> <Axis X="42" Y="42"/> </Pie> <Rotate> <Value>3.6 (A:TURB ENG N1:1,percent) 100 / *</Value> </Rotate> </Element> and they work ok.Jan
  12. Hi,Try to use axis instead of pivot.Jan
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    KEY_ADF_EXTENDED_SET

    Hi,I have dual functioning ADF's in my 767.Edited the code of the DC3 radio.<Macro Name="ADF">10000 * s0 10 % s2 l0 10 / flr 10 % 16 * l2 + s2 l0 100 / flr 10 % 256 * l2 + s2 l0 1000 / flr 10 % 4096 * l2 + s2 l0 10000 / flr 10 % 65536 * l2 + s2 l0 100000 / flr 10 % 1048576 * l2 + s2 l0 1000000 / flr 10 % 16777216 * l2 + s2 l0 10000000 / flr 10 % 268435456 * l2 + s2 </Macro>L:Var's for the numbers:(L:adf 0.1,number) 10 / (L:adf 1,number) + (L:adf 10,number) 10 * + (L:adf 100,number) 100 * + (>L:adf,number)(L:adf2 0.1,number) 10 / (L:adf2 1,number) + (L:adf2 10,number) 10 * + (L:adf2 100,number) 100 * + (>L:adf 2,number)And the commands to set the Freq:(L:adf,number) @ADF (>K:ADF_COMPLETE_SET) (L:adf 2,number) @ADF (>K:ADF2_COMPLETE_SET) May be useful for others,Jan
  14. Hi,This works, just a test, a workaround?:(A:general eng1 throttle lever position,part) 0.33 <(A:general eng1 throttle lever position,part)(A:general eng1 throttle lever position,part) 0.33 > (A:general eng1 throttle lever position,part) 0.66 < and(A:general eng1 throttle lever position,part)(A:general eng1 throttle lever position,part) 0.66 >(A:general eng1 throttle lever position,part)By testing you will see what i mean.Change Lines and Colours etc.Hope it helps,Jan"Beatus ille qui procul negotiis..."