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Helios Interface for the F-16?


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I'm just trying to get the MFCDs and a few gauges to work on two 8" (600x800) monitors... Have them displaying but no connection to DCS so MFDs are black, gauges are inactive..

Helios DCS Viper Profile.jpg

Helios Running.jpg


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Aerocool Mid-tower, Gigabyte Z390 Master MB, EVGA 1000w PS / Intel i9-9900K @4.7Gz - Nfortec Hydrus V2 Liquid CPU cooler - Noctua NT-H2 Themal paste

32GB Kingston HyperX DDR4 3200mhz / 1TB M.2 Crucial Boot Drive (DCS World Beta installed here), 1TB M.2 Data drive, 1TB WD SATA drive

Gigabyte RTX 2080 w/ 8GB - Nvidia 461.09 drivers / LG 32GK850G-B 32" 2560x1440 G-Sync at 144Hz / Win10 Pro Ver. 20H2 - Build 19042.746

TIR 5, CH Fighterstick / Pro Throttle HOTAS w/ MTWSims Sensors and Mainboards - TM MFDs / ICP by Sebastian

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OK, I installed the Capt. Zeen F-16 profile and removed all the images and placed the MFDs from under the "F-16 Simulator Viewpoints" tab into my two 8: lilliput monitors. Cleared all the errors in Display and Interface, saved, now I have perfect MFDs in sim but the gauges (shown above) I placed do not work. I added the EHSI gauge below the RMFD from under the "F-16 Simulator Viewpoints" tab and IT works perfectly. I want to add most of the gauges shown above but Zeen's profile and the gauges it uses are in .png format while the F-16 gauges are in .htpl formal, is there a way to get all Zeen's images into Helios, of help ne get the existing ones to function please?


Edited by GaryR

Aerocool Mid-tower, Gigabyte Z390 Master MB, EVGA 1000w PS / Intel i9-9900K @4.7Gz - Nfortec Hydrus V2 Liquid CPU cooler - Noctua NT-H2 Themal paste

32GB Kingston HyperX DDR4 3200mhz / 1TB M.2 Crucial Boot Drive (DCS World Beta installed here), 1TB M.2 Data drive, 1TB WD SATA drive

Gigabyte RTX 2080 w/ 8GB - Nvidia 461.09 drivers / LG 32GK850G-B 32" 2560x1440 G-Sync at 144Hz / Win10 Pro Ver. 20H2 - Build 19042.746

TIR 5, CH Fighterstick / Pro Throttle HOTAS w/ MTWSims Sensors and Mainboards - TM MFDs / ICP by Sebastian

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