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Hi,Is a co-pilot panel possible for TinmouseII? It would really be nice. I have been interested in using FSNet and this would be almost a necessity for dual cockpit in FS. Just a thought :)regards,Macs :)

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The answer is a definite yes! I have a panel.cfg file which I am putting together and I added a Co-pilot view. I am having some difficulty in getting the gauges lined up with the First Officer's (Co-Pilot's) bitmap.I am slowly, but surely getting things to work.

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try to adjust you viewpoint in the aircraft to the right.actually, the aircraft.cfg gives a left adjust, to be relative with the Captain view.

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The gauges are a bit lower than the openings in the bitmap panel. I am not knowledgable enough to correct it.I know a little bit about a lot of things, but I don't know enough about this. ha ha

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Macs.I have my Co-Pilot (First Officer) panels (2) installed and they are nice.

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Macs,Download the b732sky8.zip from Flightsim.com.

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Thanks Bill! One question: Will the autoinstaller change anything on the previously installed versions on either FFX or Terry Graf's model and the original panel of course? Just curious, and again, many thanks.regards,Macs :)

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Macs,When you run the autoinstaller, you can give the path of the folder in which you choose to put the files. I made a My Aircraft folder to load the files in.You might want to download b732sky9.zip from the same site. provides more aircraft.

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I didn't d/l the file yet, but How do I edit the Co-Pilot Panel into the new Tinmouse panel after download ?

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Ido.By copying the First Officer portion of the panel.cfg file and pasting it in the panel.cfg file of the Tinmouse II. You will need to add the FO.bmp and/or the FO1.bmp to the fsfsconvpanel.b732ADV folder.I hope this helps,

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Macs,What results have you had?k If you need help, let me know.

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Bill,this is what i thought to do but I noticed that this panel isn't using the tinmouse2 gauges.

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Ido,There should be Gauge folder in your download package.

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Bill, Have not had time. I will check it out today.regardsMacs :)

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