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P3D v4 Adding New Gauge Polygons to VC: a Successful Experiment


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If anyone is familiar with the PMDG Beechcraft 1900C, you'll know that the overhead gauges were non-functional and that there was no gauge polygon there. There were only a few working annunciators and there was also no gauge polygon to fill in the rest. Well, now the plane has working overhead gauges and a full annunciator panel, and I plan to bring more functionality to the airplane later on. I will never in a million years be able to release this without violating the crap out of PMDG's user agreement, but I have many ideas for how this can be used on other aircraft. I'll see if I can put together a tutorial for anyone else who wants to try this (you need MCX and 3ds Max).



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