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replacing a 2d panel with another
Sep 28th, 2017 at 7:16pm
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I'd like to have a HUD when I am on approach. I added the gauge into the "weather radar gauge", but I am not sure how to "annull" any reference to the weather radar gauge in the panel.cfg. Currently, the HUD appear over the weather panel. Ideally, I'd like to have the HUD pop up when I click the weather simcon button. Any help would be greatly appreciated .
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Re: replacing a 2d panel with another
Reply #1 - Sep 29th, 2017 at 2:20am
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Add a semicolon (;), a single forward slash, (/) or two forward slashes (//), in front of the gauge00, and gauge o1 entries in the [Window07] entry. Like this:

[Window07]
size_mm=300,294
window_pos=0.175,0.07
background_color=1,1,1
visible=0
type=special
ident=11223
zorder=1
;gauge00=Captain_Sim.p721.wxr!wr_display, 46.5,24,207.75,212
/gauge01=Captain_Sim.r001.P04!P04_radar, 0,0,300,294

[Window07]
size_mm=300,294
window_pos=0.175,0.07
background_color=1,1,1
visible=0
type=special
ident=11223
zorder=1
//gauge00=..\..\CS_B727-100\panel\Captain_Sim.p721.wxr!wr_display, 46.5,24,207.75,212
//gauge01=..\..\CS_B727-100\panel\Captain_Sim.r001.P04!P04_radar, 0,0,300,294

Note. I prefer to use a double forward slash (//) because it stands out more.

As an alternative, you could just completely rewrite the [Window07] entry with the HUD details, leaving out the original WXR gauge00, and gauge01.
  

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Re: replacing a 2d panel with another
Reply #2 - Sep 29th, 2017 at 9:09am
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That did the trick. Thanks.
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