The Robin DR400 may not be as popular as the Cessna C172 worldwide. But friends in Europe told me that it is still a well-liked aircraft especially in the Southern continent.
I made the ASI for it 18 months ago. Now, the ATT, ALT, HDR and Integrated Engines are finished as well.
Together with the VSI from deHavilland DHC-2, TCR from MilViz DHC-2, VOR1 and VOR2 from Cessna C172SP, they generally complete the instrument cluster on the Lionheart DR400/180. Continue reading
An X-Plane version of the GaugeSwitcher is also developed for those who are using the Logitech X-Plane Plugins for my FSX Times Gauges.
It works similarly and can handle up to 60 FIP gauge setups for X-Plane as well.
The utility has been sent to all users of my XP_Logitech gauges by emails. Should anyone who hasn’t received the download link in their mailboxes by now could Continue reading
GaugeSwitcher is a handy program I developed a couple of years ago to help Saitek FIP Driver users to quickly switch between multiple FSX Times Gauges (say from C172SP to B58 to Mooney Bravo to RAS Duke or vice versa) to match with the aircraft being used or to be used in FSX, FSX-SE and P3D.
The utility was given to users of my Gauges once but stopped for some reasons.
Now, the utility is available again with many optimizations, including compatibility with both Saitek and Logitech Drivers, and Continue reading
Unlike the current Cessna Wet Compass, a new generic wet compass for Saitek/Logitech FIP (Flight Instrument Panel) has been created to cope with a larger number of different types of aircraft, including BeechCraft, Piper, Mooney, Robinson, etc. The compass has been requested for quite some times but I hadn’t had a good idea of how to do it right in the first place until recently.
In addition, the new compass comes with 4 slightly different designs so as to better match with the different layouts in various cockpit requirements.
Although the differences between these designs may not be significant; however, these little or unnoticable touches, are many of the essences I’ve been putting in my gauges. Because I believe, many times, what makes somethings special are the little things we sometimes ignore. Continue reading
Not sure how many of you have occasionally encountered a bizarre situation in which all functions, such as OBS and heading bug, that are controlled by the knobs on the Logitech/Saitek FIPs (Flight Instrument Panels) suddenly move faster in 10-degree (step) per turn than the default 1-degree (step) per turn.
The cause of the issue is unknown but generally it can be cured by warm-booting (or in some cases, cold-booting) the computer.
In the last six months, I encountered the issue once or twice. Instead of rebooting the computer, Continue reading
A friend, Sergey Dronyaev in Moscow, who reported an issue that he found the Autopilot Heading Bug on the A2A Cessna Shared HDG FIP gauge didn’t synchronize with the one in the virtual cockpit. I had my head scratched since it was the first time I heard about the issue regarding the gauge.
Sergey later submitted a solution he found from the A2A forum: Pressing the AP button once (Autopilot on/off) – both gauges will synchronize accordingly.
Just in case someone encounters the same issue, above tip should help.
The Baron 58 Gauges for X-Plane 11 are done. Pre-sale users should have the download links in their mailboxes by now.
If not, contact me directly.
Below are two short videos of the soon-coming Baron 58 Gauges for X-Plane 11 recorded during tests:
Updates for the Carenado B58 Gauges are ready and download links are being sent to users today. Similarly, there are bug fixes, feature enhancements and code optimizations. Should any user not receiving the email by tomorrow, feel free to contact me by email or via Comment of this post.