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Good morning
I have a "strange" question for you : how can add the fs9 simicons in any aircraft panel config. ? I know exist "FSPanel Studio",but I like make this task step by step.
I was going to tell you to read the FS2004 SDK but I just opened it up and its useless in my opinion. I have not used FS9 in quite a while now flying in FSX so I checked that SDK and it has a Gauges and panels folder which is useless too. I only use FS Panel Studio for all my panel additions. You can create a Panel.cfg in a text editor like Notepad++ which is free download but it is going to be difficult to plot the locations. Just use FS Panel Studio and place them in the panel you want. You will be much more successful accomplishing what you want in hours NOT days or weeks.