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hello fellow PSS pilots, im making a home made cockpit using multi monitors and goflight hardware and was wondering can i remove the vc from the plane. the vc makes it very difficult to fly with multiple monitors. this refers to all PSS airbuses.


Darian Phillips

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actually i just dont want the VC to show while im in "cockpit" view. when looking to the side i can close the VC by pressing "W", but when i bring up the FMS it pops back up.


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Open the mdl file you want to edit and search for the following hex value: 0022003900In the first two occurences of that string, simply change the 39 in 0022003900 to 00. It should now look like this: 0022000000. Save the changes, OK the creation of the backup file then exit Hex Workshop to test it out in MSFS.Cheers


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the MDL file is not in english when i open it in notepad. how can i open it and read it in english?


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AWESOME STUFF!!! it worked , HA i dont beleive. At first i only erased the first hex string and the vc still showed, then i erased all the hex strings and it took out the enire exterior model :( so i went step by step and im supposed to change only the first two strings. THANKS ALOT FOR HELP!!!!


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would you happen to know if this would work for other a/c or just PSS Airbus Pro


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It works with all of them, As I've done it with all my models.Glad I could be of some help.Cheers


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>Open the mdl file you want to edit and search for the>following hex value: 0022003900>>In the first two occurences of that string, simply change the>39 in 0022003900 to 00. It should now look like this:>0022000000. Save the changes, OK the creation of the backup>file then exit Hex Workshop to test it out in MSFS.>>CheersGood morning,By using the Hex editor, when I enter the hex value 0022003900 in the hex line of the search engine, it cannot find this hex value: "string not found". What procedure may I use to find this hex value with the Hex editor?...Thank you in advance for your help.Nieto

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I'm also getting the same error message. Can some one tell us what we're doing wrong?


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Solved the problem. Have to put a space between every 2 numbers. 00 22 00 39 00.


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