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    MSFS Help making screen for MSFS

    Thanks very much, I'll check this out.
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    MSFS Help making screen for MSFS

    Oh okay, sorry. Basically it will be going into an aircraft already made. It uses default Asobo panels atm. If there is an easier place to start, such as a screen that works with any aircraft, the easier place may be best to start.
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    MSFS Help making screen for MSFS

    I have searched what feels like the whole entire internet to try find a video, or anything that may help in creating a simple screen. All I want to create is a screen that shows what lights are turned on. For example "Taxi Lights". It would be grey if they are off and when they are on, the text...