Howto talk:Add instruments to a cockpit

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Adding link in aircraft developer portal

Please consider adding this to how -to. It is mostly complete, have to add 2 images. This should help modifiers?

Openflight 20:49, 26 May 2012 (EDT)

What do you mean with "how-to"? Is it a specific page?
Gijs 05:35, 27 May 2012 (EDT)
Hi Gijs
I can see you too are pretty active here :)
OK I can see that the main page has changed and I like it.
Flight Gear main page > flying > wiki documentation > creating aircraft > Instrumentation > Creating instruments · Adding instruments . my article which is : "Howto:Adding instruments to an aircraft"
I would prefer a 'modifying aircraft' link instead of creating aircraft, that would be just right. Under which you could place my article and "modifying aircraft" - instruments, liveries, 3d model, tire smoke etc
This unsigned comment was added by Openflight (Talk | contribs) 17:45, 27 May 2012‎ (UTC)
Right, changed the main page links. Is your "problem" fixed now?
Gijs 12:36, 27 May 2012 (EDT)
Mostly OK, article is 99% complete, consider publishing. Thanks Openflight 03:48, 29 May 2012 (EDT)
Publishing where? Your article is already listed in the aircraft development portal. And whenever you save something on the wiki, it's automatically "published"... Or do you mean something else?
Gijs 07:04, 29 May 2012 (EDT)
Sorry, my mistake, I specifically meant removing the 'work in progress' notice and I will be fine. Other changes - what about changing the "Creating Aircraft" to "Creating/Modifying Aircraft" I think that will cover it all. I also have some great links to Air Navigation which I hope to post but maybe there should be a category or link "Making Your First Flight under "Using Flight Gear". I am aware there is a section under "New to Flight Gear" but this might be clearer and more likely to interest users. I am also willing to come up with a complete article on how to take-off, keep on the runway, do a basic circuit etc etc. Hope my suggestions are OK, just trying to help. Thanks Openflight 02:29, 30 May 2012 (EDT)