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I think it would be good to start such thing and my first elements would be a compass rose and a linear tape (e.g. for speed and altitude), stylable of course. So the library should also contain a structure to organize styles.
 
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a library of functions to draw more complex things on a canvas? I know some people prefere Inkscape/SVG and others prefer nasal scripting. I started my work with Inkscape but I tend to implement the PFD and parts of MFD scripted. I guess I could find lots of code in all the different aircrafts for drawing things like speed tape, compass, engine instruments etc. but as far as I see there is nothing like a canvas.draw library I think it would be good to start such thing and my first elements would be a compass rose and a linear tape (e.g. for speed and altitude), stylable of course. So the library should also contain a structure to organize styles.

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