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Hi All, Is somebody aware of a minipanel (after pressing W, for full screen view) without the big gauges. I like to have a nearby UN-obstructed view without those big gauges. I know, pressing "W" again gives NO gauges, but of course I need some numbers ...Thanks for replying,Hessel Oosten

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You could always bring up the latitude/longitude bar at the top of the screen. This will give you information such as heading, speed and height.

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Hi, try the instruments at the TOP of your screen1) Close Flight Simulator.2) Go into FS2002/Aircraft/Default/Panel and, using Notepad, open "panel.cfg."3) As there may be more than one entry, go to anyplace you see: position=7 and change 7 to 1 ... then save the file.4) Start Flight Simulator, get into a flight and go to your mini-panel screen. You should now find the instruments at the TOP of your screen; nice and convenient yet out of the way.Hope this helpAL

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Hi Hessel,I have made a replacement minipanel based on several B777 gauges.Which still gives you all basic flightinfo (plus autopilot), without obstructing the outside view.You can place it either a the top or bottom of the screen.See file rcbmp-10.zip in the libraryRob Barendregt

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Dank je Rob !Will try this one also. Nevertheless I like most to see only a small amount of numbers. Do you (or Al, message above) know, which item I have to change in de "default panel.cfg to make the default gauges smaller ? That also a possibility. I already did set them (position 7) in the upper side of the window (suggestion Al).Hessel Oosten(Molenhoek Lb).

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Hoi Hessel,See panel.cfg...E.g.: gauge00=MiniPanel!Airspeed, 0, 0, 100, 1000,0 determines the postion.100,100 determines the size of the gauge. So 50,50 will give you half the size.Groetjes, Rob(Huizen, N-H)

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