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FlightGear is using a simple property-based messaging system which can render GUI messages using propoerty listenenrs and the [[PUI]] GUI system.
 
FlightGear is using a simple property-based messaging system which can render GUI messages using propoerty listenenrs and the [[PUI]] GUI system.
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This system is primarily used for the following features:
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* [[Tutorials]]
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* Failure management (limits.nas)
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* Copilot announcements
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* ATC
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|1= none of those are hard-coded, those are all going through the property tree and gui.nas, so you can "disable" things there.
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The higher-level features are limits.nas (or the failure manager) and the tutorial system.
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  | url    = http://forum.flightgear.org/viewtopic.php?p=274745#p274745
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  | title  = <nowiki>Re: Hiding all notification messages (top of screen)</nowiki>
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  | author = <nowiki>Hooray</nowiki>
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  | date  = Feb 1st, 2016
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  | added  = Feb 1st, 2016
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  | script_version = 0.23
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FlightGear is using a simple property-based messaging system which can render GUI messages using propoerty listenenrs and the PUI GUI system.

This system is primarily used for the following features:

  • Tutorials
  • Failure management (limits.nas)
  • Copilot announcements
  • ATC
Cquote1.png none of those are hard-coded, those are all going through the property tree and gui.nas, so you can "disable" things there. The higher-level features are limits.nas (or the failure manager) and the tutorial system.
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