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Hello everyone, I have been looking high and low for the PM Sounds offset list for project magenta and I cannot find it anywhere, not at Project Magenta or here. If anyone knows where this is can you please point me towards it.

I don't think there are any specifically "PMsounds offsets". PM sounds are either triggered by changes it recognises itself (those in the INI file) or by offsets you choose yourself from those available, whether FSUIPC default ones or PM modules (the SoundList file).

Regards

Pete

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Great where is the list of offsets that I can use in the sound list file? As of now I have NO GPWS calls period.

I think the GPWS calls are all built into PM. Are you only using pmSounds and none of the PM modules, perhaps? I'm not sure which of the PM offsets each of the sounds are linked to. Maybe PMsystems?

PM offsets are listed in documents provided by PM on the PM site.

FS / FSUIPC offsets are listed in the documents in the FSUIPC SDK.

PMDG 737NGX offsets are listed in a document installed into the FSUIPC Documents folder if your FSUIPC is up to date.

Regards

Pete

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