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  1. #1

    Russia Anyone?

    Does anyone have any scenery suggestions for Russia? It seems to be the area with the least amount of scenery add-ons. Microsoft left it the usual waste land. I also noticed it to be well under represented on the member map as well. I guess one leads to another or vice-versa. I enjoy using FSX as a means of getting a general flavor for areas all around the globe. Right now, Russia is BORING!

    Thanks for any ideas.
    Dandog

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  2. #2
    try here (you will need to translate the page though)
    http://www.avsim.su/
    Best, Michael

  3. #3
    As a Soviet-era aviation enthusiast, I know of some pretty nice sceneries for Russian airports in FSX!

    The Freewarescenery.com website has the full list, but this is a selection of some of my favorites.
    http://www.freewarescenery.com/fsx/russia.html

    First...the one I use the most....

    St. Petersburg's Pulkovo Airport (ULLI)
    http://www.ulll.avsim.su/
    Click "download" on the left side (it's in english) and it should shoot you to an Avsim.su download location. The zip file has the main FS2004-era scenery, along with FSX conversion files. It's one of my favorite locations to fly into in FSX due to it's closer proximity to "the West" than pretty much any other major Russian airport. Let me know if you need help figuring out how to install it.

    The rest of the airfields are spread out all over the place and can be pretty remote, but they look nice....

    Berezovo
    http://www.avsimrus.com/files.phtml?...nload&id=36943

    Moscow Domodevo
    http://www.avsimrus.com/files.phtml?...nload&id=49779
    Update to Domodevo
    http://www.avsimrus.com/files.phtml?...nload&id=50328

    Moscow Vnukovo
    http://www.avsimrus.com/files.phtml?...nload&id=44098

    Moscow Sheremetyevo (there are a lot of nice version available for this one, I am currently using this file)
    http://www.avsimrus.com/files.phtml?...nload&id=39031

    Tolmachevo, Novosibirsk (One of the most detailed freeware airports for FS2004. This is an FSX conversion. Still looks great!)
    http://www.avsimrus.com/files.phtml?fileid=45182

    Perm
    http://www.avsimrus.com/files.phtml?...nload&id=49266
    Update to Perm
    http://www.avsimrus.com/files.phtml?...nload&id=49439

    Khanty-Mansiysk
    http://www.avsimrus.com/files.phtml?...nload&id=29882

    Sokol
    http://www.avsimrus.com/files.phtml?...nload&id=15907

    Here's one of my other favorites....Rostov-on-Don (URRR) near the Black Sea:
    http://www.avsimrus.com/files.phtml?...nload&id=42342


    Also be aware of Aerosoft's two payware Russian airports, Yekaterinburg and Norilsk.


    So...that's a start, let me know if you want me to add more.


    EDIT: Here's some Russian (and European) mesh... http://simsturman.narod.ru/

  4. #4
    This is a good site too. http://www.freewarescenery.com/fsx/russia.html. There are quite a few airports, but flying between them all could be a little bit less than exciting. I was hoping for some regional addon or landclass that I might have missed. I have down loaded 10 scenery's from various sites and will see how that goes.

    Thanks for the suggestions and I will look through everything that I can. If I feel something is a 'must' scenery, I'll post back.
    Dandog

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  5. #5
    Actually check this out, I forgot about it:

    http://www.shop.aerosoft.com/eshop.p...nguage=english

    Other than that, I don't know of a lot in terms of non-airport enhancements....Russia itself if pretty boring to fly over regardless...

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    Eh I also recommend http://www.shop.aerosoft.com/eshop.p...nguage=english

    You'll love the humpy runway lol in the Siberian Arctic.

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    Thanks to the FS Freeware site and this one
    http://ivaoru.org/en/scenery.html
    I now have 230 Russian Airports,
    up from 82-ish?

    Regards,
    Nick

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    Thank you everyone. I think I am getting somewhere. Now another question. How do I rename an airport? Some of the airports are showing up as the bogus non-cyrillic characters in FSX. By reading translated descriptions of the airports, I can get a name in English characters. Now I just need to rename the airports so they show up as something I can read in FSX.

    Thank you.
    Dandog

    Just This Guy!

  9. #9
    OK, figured the renaming thing out. Using ADE to rename. I believe I am up to 168 airports in 'Russia'. It would be nice to have 'UT-RUS' or 'GEX-RUS'. How about ORBX-RUSSIA. I guess I am intrigued as MS left the country so devoid of anything. Moving forward.
    Dandog

    Just This Guy!

  10. #10
    Well...Orbx will be releasing that FTX-World program for around US$100 "soon".

  11. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by dandog View Post
    OK, figured the renaming thing out. Using ADE to rename. I believe I am up to 168 airports in 'Russia'.
    If it's any help...

    Renaming.
    A small note of caution, if there is a cvx file associated with your renamed airfield you may well find that there are missing flattens and/or excludes after the renaming.

    There are some airfields duplicated between the two sites I pointed to, though not with the same folder names.
    It is therefore easy to download two copies.
    If you install them all into the same folder, you should see a warning that the files already exist and avoid a duplicate installation.

    One or two which are claimed to be FSX native seem to be in folders ending in Fs2004.zip, they may be fine but also they may not be very framerate friendly.

    Some of the downloads don't have the associated ALT file included, so the airfield is in a trench or on a plateau.
    You will need to make your own.

    Regards,
    Nick

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    If Russian language is a problem there is also a mirror site (of AvSim.su in English): http://www.avsimrus.com/ , though not everything has been possible to translate in English. I don't speak Russian either but for me it took only a couple of days to learn Russian alphabet. It helps a lot because Russian is far nearer the English than for example my own language Finnish.

    Pekka

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    I am OK with going on the Avsim site as Google will translate well enough. Its just that I do not like seeing an airport named "ūnd 諽 pa" in the FSX airports list. If there is a work around for that, it would be appreciated.

    I dl'd from varioius sites and tried to get the most diverse set of airports as possible, all FSX, and no duplicates. It is interesting that a file on Avsim.rus has been re-uploaded so as to be compatible with ORBX World.
    Dandog

    Just This Guy!

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    On Russian sites they naturally write readme- and other public file's names and text inside them with cyrillic letters. Downloading these to English or other language using computers the text appear something like , , (for example).

    I found on Internet this site: http://2cyr.com/decode/?lang=ru where there is a cyrillic decoder. When you feed onto it the line

    , ,

    you'll get in Russian line

    Внуково, Аэропорт, Москва (which means in "western letters" Vnukovo, Aeroport, Moskva)

    Unfortunately I didn't find there a straight decoder into English (English to Cyrillic is included). So "Внуково, Аэропорт, Москва" has yet to be feeded onto some Cyrillic-English decoder.

    Perhaps someone knows a decoder where there is possible straightly get translation from "mumbo jumbo" to Russian and further English?


    Pekka

  15. #15
    Hello, i found at AVSIM.ru that someone is busy with some Airports that fit with FTX-Global. I don't had have the time to test them by my own but it seems promising to me. Look at this: http://www.avsimrus.com/files.phtml?uploader=38841
    Hopefully he will do Severodvinsk with static Typhoon submarines, that would be great. ---> http://wikimapia.org/#lang=de&lat=64...85957&z=15&m=b
    Hey lazarus maybe you will allow him to use your Russian ships as static objects?

  16. #16
    That's good news!!! I will try them at my earliest convenience. Thank you!
    Dandog

    Just This Guy!

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    Thanks for the tip, Moscow UUDD is working fine with FTX Global, even in DX10 mode, with no tweaks involved...



    Here with Samdim An-24B (for FS9, works ok in FSX, but no VC (Dzies made a nice 2D 16:9 panel)



    Here with the old FS9 Vitamin Tu-154M, and a nice AI Ilyushin Il-76 in the background (included in UUDD).



    Here the Suprunov Design Yakovlev Yak-40. By the way, the SD Yak-40, once payware from the late Igor Suprunov, is now available as a freeware file at Avsimrus. A FSX port-over version is currently in progress by Andrey Vinogradov... Works quite fine, with an occasionnal FSX crash when unloading. Thanks to Steve DX10 toolbox, the An-24, Tu-154M, and Yak-40 are also working in DX10 (except some glass textures, which are missing or too transparent, I tried many fixes, to no avail).



    FS9 version: 50079-yak40-2-2-2-full-free-fs9.zip @ avsimrus.com
    FSX port-over forum thread: http://www.avsim.su/forum/topic/1315...%BB%D1%8F-fsx/
    v3.4 Download links: http://yak40.except.pw/files/ (MFSX-Yak-40_3-4.rar)

  18. #18
    vonstroheim,

    Was it you who posted some links some time ago here regarding freeware TU-154's that have fully functional VC's but were simple systems wise(as opposed to the PT TU-154 series)? I've looked high and low for that thread and seemed to have lost the bookmark.

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  19. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by StormILM View Post
    vonstroheim, Was it you who posted some links some time ago here regarding freeware TU-154's that have fully functional VC's but were simple systems wise(as opposed to the PT TU-154 series)?
    Sean is the real PT Tu-154B-2 (native FSX) specialist: http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforum...28TU154-101%29

    For the old FS9 Tu-154M version by Vitamin, can't find the original thread, but I kept some links:

    Tu-154M model with VC by Vitamin (aka Alexis)
    23722-154-vit.zip @ avsimrus

    Panel with FSX compatible gauges by Dimitri Danilov
    17784_PANELTu-154mFS9PS.zip @ avsimrus

    Blue panel option (with some updates) by Kalle Heinonen
    vitamin_vc.zip @ flightsim

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    For me with UUDD the FsX runways do not line up with the photo real. Any ideas?
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  21. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Roger View Post
    For me with UUDD the FsX runways do not line up with the photo real. Any ideas?
    You need 3 packages from avsimrus:
    49779-UUDD-Domodedovo-2013-FSX-Reload.zip
    50328-UUDD-Domodedovo-2013-FSX-Reload-UPDATE.zip
    51640-FT-UUDD.zip (that's the photo textures)

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    Thanks:ernae:
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  23. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by vonstroheim View Post
    Sean is the real PT Tu-154B-2 (native FSX) specialist: http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforum...28TU154-101%29

    For the old FS9 Tu-154M version by Vitamin, can't find the original thread, but I kept some links:

    Tu-154M model with VC by Vitamin (aka Alexis)
    23722-154-vit.zip @ avsimrus

    Panel with FSX compatible gauges by Dimitri Danilov
    17784_PANELTu-154mFS9PS.zip @ avsimrus

    Blue panel option (with some updates) by Kalle Heinonen
    vitamin_vc.zip @ flightsim
    Thanks, got all the files but no joy in getting the VC gauges to work. Is there a way to get them to work?

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  24. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by StormILM View Post
    Thanks, got all the files but no joy in getting the VC gauges to work. Is there a way to get them to work?
    Try adding this in your panel.cfg

    Code:
    //--------------------- captain --------------------------
    
    [Vcockpit01]
    Background_color=0,0,0
    size_mm=1024,1024
    visible=0
    pixel_size=1024,1024
    texture=$vcpanel
    Background_color=50,50,50 
    
    gauge00=XmlEffects!AutoSmoke, 1,1,1,1
    gauge02=Kingair!Vsi,  403,629,108,94 // STT_RP_TCAS_V0_19L!IVA_81A_VC
    gauge06=154_b2t!IKU-1A,  409,836,101,102
    gauge07=154_B2t!2UV-5,  522,627,110,90
    gauge08=154_B2t!Agr-72, 529,523,98,89 // es_154b2x_1_0!LS_AGR_72
    gauge09=154_b2t!2AUASP,  404,529,106,85 // pnk_154b2x_1_0!AUASP
    gauge12=154_b2t!UVO-15,  114,778,98,83
    gauge13=es_154b2x_1_0!Pressure1Gauge,  324,956,23,74
    gauge14=es_154b2x_1_0!Pressure2Gauge,  347,956,23,74
    gauge15=es_154b2x_1_0!Pressure3Gauge,  370,956,23,74
    gauge18=NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!ISD_2,420,950,80,76
    gauge19=pnk_154b2x_1_0!UVID_F,528,858,108,99
    gauge20=154_b2t!UM-1K,  113,872,104,107
    gauge21=154_b2t!KUS-730-1100,  2,812,94,82
    gauge22=STT_Clock_V2_0!Clock_M_1,  -6,916,105,90
    gauge25=154_b2t!ITE1T-3,  924,500,104,94
    gauge26=pnk_154b2x_1_0!USH-3,  831,862,172,158
    gauge27=pnk_154b2x_1_0!USH_DB,  835,664,162,131
    gauge28=154_b2t!Eup-53,  677,657,101,88
    gauge29=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablo_1,  22,655,80,137
    gauge30=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Kontrol_Lamp,  160,994,21,21
    gauge31=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablo_3,  231,456,152,34
    gauge32=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablo_2,  124,609,80,60
    gauge33=154_b2t!Eng1_Revers,  699,604,85,22
    //gauge34=154_b2t!Eng1_Revers,  815,604,85,22 // no reverse on engine 2
    gauge35=154_b2t!Eng3_Revers,  935,604,85,22
    gauge36=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablo_3,  231,543,153,35
    gauge37=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablo_201,  63,636,40,20
    gauge38=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablo_Trim_B,  650,853,55,66
    gauge39=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablo_Trim,  695,851,47,46
    gauge40=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablo_6a_b,  879,810,41,21
    gauge41=es_154b2x_1_0!LowPressureLamp1,  315,928,12,12
    gauge42=es_154b2x_1_0!LowPressureLamp2,  342,928,12,12
    gauge43=es_154b2x_1_0!LowPressureLamp3,  370,928,12,12
    gauge44=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablonn_71,  -4,527,85,53
    gauge45=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablonn_72,  73,511,85,55
    gauge46=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablonn_73,  149,528,85,53
    gauge47=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablonn_74,  -6,567,89,50
    gauge48=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablonn_75,  74,550,84,52
    
    //--------------------- overhead and radar--------------------------
    
    [Vcockpit02]
    Background_color=0,0,0
    size_mm=1024,1024
    visible=0
    pixel_size=1024,1024
    texture=$vcpanel_01
    Background_color=50,50,50 
    
    gauge00=groza!ICU,  0,0,324, 350
    gauge01=kln90b!Kln90B, 0,868,433,151
    gauge03=pnk_154b2x_1_0!AZS_RazvKol,  19,789,20,31
    gauge04=NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!AZS_KOLESO,  19,831,19,39
    gauge05=NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!AZS_FARY_Kr,  104,795.6,16,32
    gauge06=NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!AZS_FARY_F,  135,795.6,16,32
    gauge07=NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!AZS_FARY_Pol,  756,14,17,37
    gauge08=NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!AZS_LAND_TAXI_F,  135,831.7,16,32
    gauge09=NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!AZS_LAND_TAXI_Kr, 102,831.7,16,32
    gauge10=pnk_154b2x_1_0!AT_Pult,  432,1,108,209
    gauge11=pnk_154b2x_1_0!AZS_Bustery,  324,287,87,49
    gauge12=NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!ARK15_1_Pult,  437,815,189,205
    gauge13=NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!ARK15_2_Pult,  628,815,189,205
    gauge14=NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!KursMP_pult_1,  820,759,201,129
    gauge15=NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!KursMP_pult_2,  820,890,201,129
    gauge16=NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!COM_1_fr,  1,599,200,91
    gauge17=NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!COM_2_fr,  1,692,200,90
    gauge18=NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!RSBN_Pult_2,  0,443,197,155 // 1,443,185,152
    gauge19=NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!TKS_Pult,  201,468,180
    gauge20=NS_TC_154m_25!CO-72M,  202,605,195,176 
    gauge21=NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!KursMP_Select,  1,357,200,85
    gauge22=STT_RP_TCAS_V0_17L!TCAS_Pult,  542,1,172,174
    //gauge02=NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!ABSU_Pult,  323,1,108,282
    gauge23=154_b2t!PU-46,  324,145,107,140 // NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!ABSU_Pult
    gauge24=154_B2t!PN-5,   323,1,106,140   // NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!ABSU_Pult
    //gauge25=154_b2t!Pn-6,  431,0,61,209
    
    //--------------------- copilot --------------------------
    
    [Vcockpit03]
    Background_color=0,0,0
    size_mm=1024,1024
    visible=0
    pixel_size=1024,1024
    texture=$vcpanel_001
    Background_color=50,50,50 
    
    gauge00=154_b2t!Pkp-1d,  646,87,159,140
    gauge01=154_b2t!2pnp-1,  649,245,150,139
    gauge02=154_B2t!US-I-6,  526,119,104,87
    gauge03=154_b2t!UVO-15,  527,222,98,83
    gauge04=Kingair!VSI, 814,195,105,96 // STT_RP_TCAS_V0_19L!IVA_81A
    gauge05=NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!ISD_2, 537,321,80,76
    gauge06=STT_VBE_V1_02!VBE_1, 816,298,105,96
    gauge07=154_B2t!Ups_2,  90,5,104,88
    gauge08=154_B2t!Upz-154,  218,3,104,88
    gauge09=pnk_154b2x_1_0!USVP,  23,162,106,109
    gauge10=pnk_154b2x_1_0!RSBN_PPDA, 16,272,121,108,
    gauge11=STT_Clock_V2_0!Clock_M_1,  21,415,109,96
    gauge12=154_B2t!Gear_Ind_2, 350,-2,119,63
    gauge13=154_b2t!Predkr,  386,75,41,18 // tu154m!FlapL
    gauge14=es_154b2x_1_0!FlapsSpoilersLamps,  233,100,253,20 
    gauge15=154_b2t!KUS-730-1100,  528,32,97,79
    
    //--------------------- ADI/HSI --------------------------
    
    [Vcockpit04]
    Background_color=0,0,0
    size_mm=512,512
    visible=0
    pixel_size=512,512
    texture=$vc_Gau
    Background_color=50,50,50 
    
    gauge00=154_b2t!Pkp-1d,  0,1,256,256 
    gauge01=154_b2t!2pnp-1,  1,249,256,256
    gauge02=154_b2t!Pkp-1d,  255,1,256,256 
    gauge03=154_b2t!2pnp-1,  255,249,256,256
    
    //--------------------- copilot  --------------------------
    
    [Vcockpit05]
    Background_color=0,0,0
    size_mm=2048,2048
    visible=0
    pixel_size=2048,2048
    texture=$VC_panel01
    Background_color=50,50,50 
    
    gauge00=STT_VBE_V1_02!VBE_1,454,0,361,358
    gauge01=Kingair!VSI,  0,0,451,448  // STT_RP_TCAS_V0_19L!IVA_81A
    //gauge02=STT_RP_TCAS_V0_19L!TCAS_Sound_Sys,  1,1,1,1
    gauge03=154_b2t!2AUASP,  1168,0,232,232
    gauge04=154_B2t!US-I-6,  1759,1283,290,288
    gauge05=154_B2t!2UV-5,  1598,0,261,256
    gauge06=154_b2t!2AUASP,  1168,0,232,232
    gauge07=154_b2t!UVID-FK, 0,449,303,288
    gauge08=154_b2t!ITE1T-1,  0,739,191,196 // es_154b2x_1_0!ITE_1T_1_c2
    gauge09=154_b2t!ITE1T-2,  0,937,191,196 // es_154b2x_1_0!ITE_1T_2
    gauge10=154_b2t!ITE1T-3,  0,1134,191,196 // es_154b2x_1_0!ITE_1T_3
    gauge11=154_B2t!Agr-72, 1402,0,192,205
    gauge12=pnk_154b2x_1_0!USH-3,  1608,1575,440,473
    gauge13=pnk_154b2x_1_0!USH_DB,  0,1331,274,275
    gauge14=154_b2t!IKU-1A,  854,0,311,346
    gauge15=154_B2t!Ups_2,  1862,195,186,194
    gauge16=154_B2t!Upz-154,  1862,0,186,194
    gauge17=154_B2t!Gear_Ind_2, 663,1723,327,235
    gauge18=154_b2t!UVO-15,  1763,996,285,285
    gauge19=NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!ISD_2, 425,1374,145,143
    gauge20=NN_pnk_154m_v1_36!ISD_2, 277,1374,145,143
    gauge21=pnk_154b2x_1_0!RSBN_PPDA, 992,1738,311,311,
    gauge22=STT_Clock_V2_0!Clock_M_1,  1828,789,220,206
    gauge23=154_b2t!Predkr,  455,404,90,45 // tu154m!FlapL
    gauge24=es_154b2x_1_0!FlapsSpoilersLamps,  455,359,450,45
    gauge25=154_b2t!KUS-730-1100,  194,739,193,200
    gauge26=es_154b2x_1_0!Pressure1Gauge,  97,1611,34,90
    gauge27=es_154b2x_1_0!Pressure2Gauge,  133,1611,34,90
    gauge28=es_154b2x_1_0!Pressure3Gauge,  169,1611,34,90
    gauge29=pnk_154b2x_1_0!UVID_F,194,942,303,343
    gauge30=154_b2t!UM-1K,  291,1520,370,436
    gauge31=154_b2t!Eup-53,  305,449,229,228
    gauge32=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablonn_71,  663,1644,115,77
    gauge33=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablonn_72,  780,1644,115,77
    gauge34=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablonn_73,  898,1644,115,77
    gauge35=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablonn_74,  1016,1660,115,76
    gauge36=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablonn_75,  1133,1663,115,73
    gauge37=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablo_1,  -10,1732,150,315
    gauge38=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Kontrol_Lamp,  141,1705,23,22
    gauge39=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablo_3,  291,1958,300,90
    gauge40=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablo_2,  137,1913,152,138
    gauge41=154_b2t!Eng1_Revers,  1898,650,150,45
    gauge42=154_b2t!Eng1_Revers,  1898,697,150,45 // 154_b2t!Eng2_Revers missing
    gauge43=154_b2t!Eng3_Revers,  1898,743,150,45
    gauge44=pnk_154b2x_1_0!USVP,  1306,1691,300,361
    gauge45=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablo_Trim_B,  140,1776,90,135
    gauge46=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablo_Trim,  3,1641,90,90
    gauge47=pnk_154b2x_1_0!Tablo_201,  97,1710,40,22
    gauge48=es_154b2x_1_0!LowPressureLamp1,  4,1612,26,26
    gauge49=es_154b2x_1_0!LowPressureLamp2,  32,1612,26,26
    gauge50=es_154b2x_1_0!LowPressureLamp3,  60,1612,26,26
    gauge51=154_b2t!UM-1K,  1851,391,197,197
    
    //--------------------- Lights --------------------------
    
    [Vcockpit06]
    Background_color=0,0,0
    size_mm=1024,1024
    visible=0
    pixel_size=1024,1024
    texture=$vcpanel_02
    file=vcpanel02.bmp
    Background_color=50,50,50 
    
    gauge00=pnk_154b2x_1_0!AZS_RazvKol,  19,789,20,31
    gauge01=pnk_154b2x_1_0!AZS_KOLESO,  19,831,19,39
    gauge02=pnk_154b2x_1_0!AZS_FARY_Kr,  104,795,16,32
    gauge03=pnk_154b2x_1_0!AZS_FARY_F,  135,795,16,32
    gauge04=pnk_154b2x_1_0!AZS_FARY_Pol,  164,797,17,37
    gauge05=pnk_154b2x_1_0!AZS_LAND_TAXI_F,  135,831,16,32
    gauge06=pnk_154b2x_1_0!AZS_LAND_TAXI_Kr,  102,831,16,32
    You'll have to locate the missing gauge files in various PT packages... Can't help you more than this, it's been a long time I've hacked this panel...

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