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  1. Will the redesign be vista 64 comparable too please Dave
  2. Jaspar

    Fuel gauge problem

    Hi Reinhard Just an update on my problem i have finaly got my fuel gauges to read properly but a little confused as to why the only way to get the gauges reading was to used the x plane gauges and set to tank 3 for the centre tank and tank 7 for the centre 2 tank trying with the FSX gauge just doesnt pick up any data from FSX? problem solved.
  3. Jaspar

    Fuel gauge problem

    Yes fsx and using the fsx gauges not the x plane ones although I have tried them too. Panel builder v2.7 installed along with efis (gps and milladdon purchased but not loaded yet ) although gauges didn't work on v 2.6 either but hadn't had time to post on here to ask for help until now. Aircraft is sky sim Bae hawk As said the fsx single fuel gauge works correctly for the centre tank but not for centre 2 tank. No contents shown on EFIS gauges. Will reload my mil addon gauges and see if they work or not to help within fault finding Thanks in advance Thanks Forgot to add I'm using the simconnect interface will also try the Fsuipc interface to see if this works
  4. Hi I'm having problems trying to get the fuel gauges to read my fuel levels I have a Bae hawk sim pit and the aircraft has two fuel tanks marked centre and centre 2 In panel builder I have can get the standard fsx single fuel gauge read the centre tank but it does not read the centre 2 tank The EFIS gauges will not pick up any date at all . All gauges are showing port 42004 v 2.7 installed I have tried all available options in the gauge settings box but only the fsx single gauge set to centre works. Help please David
  5. Hi a simple question hopefully Do I plug the thrust master mfd and load the button mapper software to the panel builder pc or to the main fsx pc. Thanks David Hatton