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FS2X.com - Basic XML/Panel Design Tutorials (Read 2428 times)
29th Dec, 2005 at 9:51am

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(repost from the "Tutorials Section"

This is worth repeating - DO NOT FORGET ABOUT THIS SITE!

For the "XML" challenged, this is much more than "just a place to start" ....

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This is just the introduction to the tutorials page...
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FS2x.com welcomes you to our 'Tutorials Page'. We are currently planning to develop and post a number of tutorials relating to most every aspect of FS9 flight simulation. An example is our first series of tutorials which will be on making gauges for FS9 using XML code (see below). The tutorials series will be presented much like a course, with one section presented every 1 or 2 weeks. A tentative schedule of our first tutorial is presented below. Our hope is that people who are interested will follow along, discuss problems and/or progress with us, and even send us their gauges once made. To see what gauges have been made with help from our tutorials, please go to our 'Students' section.

 

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Reply #1 - 30th Dec, 2005 at 10:11am

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Thanks Felix for the mention. I've just loaded chapter 4 regarding Radio gauges and settings in the aircraft.cfg file. There will be another one soon on the use of MSFS maps for navigation, etc.
If anyone finds any errors or should like to add any more information, I'll be glad to accomodate them. I'm still on the lookout for any Formatted Text gurus out there who would like to put quill to parchment. However, I have also uploaded a novel XML gauge which produces a text array explaining how the text itself was formatted.
cheers,
nick
 

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