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05-19-2005, 09:53 AM
Is it possible to add on a GPS to a Cessne Skylane RG and where could I find this file ?
Many thanks and best regards
05-19-2005, 02:02 PM
Copy the GPS from another plane who has GPS into your Cessna Skylane RG.
You can find GPS in the panel.cfg.
05-19-2005, 02:28 PM
Many thanks. Will do.
05-19-2005, 06:08 PM
yeah in the panel.cfg of an airplane that has a gps, copy the two parts relating to the GPS like below (
Window00=Old Style Panel Full
Window01=Old Style Panel Lowered
Window02=Modern Style Panel Full
Window03=Modern Style Panel Lowered
Window04=Zoomed RPM & Manifold
in this case copy the Window07=GPS and paste in your panel.cfg for the plane you want a gps. Then copy the appropriate segment of the code such as below (just an example and won't be the same)
window_size= 0.500, 0.500
window_pos= 0.000, 0.000
Paste that into the area of the panel.cfg you want a gps for. You can change the numbers for both references to be the same if things already have numbers .
Those are just examples and will be different for you.
05-22-2005, 02:41 AM
I recommend the Apollo (MX20) GPS. It is implemented in panel that was for the OV-10A (ov10pn2.zip, 863 kb) by 'Arthur' Khaosa-ard. Don't know if it can be found as a 'stand alone' file-I tried, but you can copy/paste the window to replace the 'fs9gps' window.
I like the Apollo because the 'texture' options stays on, even if I change range, or resize. I bugs me to have to re-do that on the the 'fs9gps'. A minor point, but that's 'me'.
I also hate it when the mouse gets repositioned to the center of the screen! I move it off to the edge, and when I am not looking, it get moved to the center again-I hate that! Grrrrr. Why? Why? Hope FS10 don't have this annoying 'help'.
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