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    Took this out of the hanger the other day. Does anyone remember the key combo to get the landing lights to extend from the wings.
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    Hi,
    this switch might do it:
    gaugexx=Z_DC6KM!RETRACT_LAND_LIGHTS, (300,231,16,21)= put in your panel.
    Obviously you need the Z_DC6KM folder in gauges or in your Cessna panel.
    It is DC6 so may/may not work in Cessna.
    Good luck
    Peter

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    Or even better.
    If you can download the cv580lights.gau and cv340 Gauge folder:
    Create another window in your panel:
    Windowxx xx=(next number)=Ext Lights
    Below the last window:
    [Windowxx]
    file=Exterior_Lts.bmp
    size_mm=226,201
    window_size_ratio=1.000
    position=1
    visible=0
    ident=523
    window_size= 0.220, 0.262
    window_pos= 0.000, 0.000
    gauge00=cv580lights!cv580lights, 0,-4,226,201

    Then put a switch in your main panel:
    gaugexx=cv340!EXT_LIGHTS_PANEL, (xx,yy,zz,kk)=your position and size in panel

    You also need to place an Exterior_Lts.bmp (cannot attach here) picture in your panel if you get this far send me your email in a message and I will attach it.
    Actually I could attach the gauges as well.
    Good luck.
    Peter
    Last edited by beroun; 05-23-2020 at 01:45 PM.

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    I believe that both of those gauges use the Water Rudder to extend/retract the lights, so if that is true for the Cessna the default key combo would be Shift-W. Worth a try.
    Tom Gibson

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgibson_new View Post
    I believe that both of those gauges use the Water Rudder to extend/retract the lights, so if that is true for the Cessna the default key combo would be Shift-W. Worth a try.
    Thank you Tom, will give it a go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mowgli22 View Post
    Took this out of the hanger the other day. Does anyone remember the key combo to get the landing lights to extend from the wings.
    On my version (2.2 I think), you need to use the 'spoiler' command to extend and retract the landing lights. I have the spoilers linked to a lever on my CH Yoke, so it is easy to operate.
    Graeme

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    Quote Originally Posted by graemeb View Post
    On my version (2.2 I think), you need to use the 'spoiler' command to extend and retract the landing lights. I have the spoilers linked to a lever on my CH Yoke, so it is easy to operate.
    Thank you Graeme, you nailed it. Cheers from the Great White North.
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