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anybody got a suggestion of whats the best freeware panel to use with the new posky 747SP? merry christmas to all!Eric

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I use the PMDG and RFP payware panels, but the iFly B747 panel comes to mind in the freeware dept.RegardsBob ScottATP IMEL Gulfstream II-III-IV-V L-300Santiago de Chile

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Im afraid that the iFly panel wont work because 747SP's had the gray panel steam gauge interface of the early 747's, since these first started rolling off the assembly line in 1976 or so. I dont have the RFP bird. Will keep hunting!Eric

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Hello ,I`m using the payware Panel from RFPLooks OK for me.........maybe some tweaking to doin the FDE but for that i have to test here some more time.by the way - wonderful model and great texturing IMOcheerspmpilot

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I'm using Ken Mitchell's 747SP panel, although my memory is terrible and I can't remember where i found it. Try searching for it in google.

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>Hello ,>>I`m using the payware Panel from RFP>>Looks OK for me.........maybe some tweaking to do>in the FDE but for that i have to test here some more time.>>by the way - wonderful model and great texturing IMO>>>>cheers>pmpilotHi pmpilot,Are you using RFPv2? I'm using it but everytime I load the plane the engines shut off and I'm not able to start it up using normal start-up procedures (APU, bleed, etc.) that works with other POSKY 747 classics. Any idea why? Thanks!

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>Try adding the following line to the Aircraft.cfg FUEL>section:>>Center2 = 0.0, 0.0, -6.0, 50.0, 3.0 >>That should get them to run. >>Ed Green>KCLT>Hi Ed, thanks for the tip, it works like a charm. However I'm noticing I'm not getting any hydraulic pressure from engine 4 with the engines running. Looking at the cfg I found this line "engine_map=1,1,1,0". I assume changing the last number to 1 will give me hydraulic from engine 4?

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Hi Ed,When you say "I actually went a different route in doing the merge.." do you mean that you started from the RFP aircraft.cfg (and airfile) and worked it backwards to the B747SP model?I am using the opposite approach but I am facing some issues. I wonder whether would be easier to start from the RFP aircraft.cfg.Thanks and Happy New Year!! Edmundo

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Edmundo, if you want to post the particular issues that you're having, I'll try to help.Essentially what I did was to start with the RFP A/C and then add in the Posky Model and Textures. I suspect that the net result is an aircraft that looks like an SP, and flies like a -200, but I am not knowledgeable enough at this point to notice the difference. I probably am not through playing with it.Hope that helps a bit.Ed GreenKCLThttp://www.panelshop.com/Banners/DEV.jpg


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Replacing that last 0 to a 1 worked in fixing the hydraulic issues. I was using the Ken Mitchell 747-200 Taped panel.Cheers

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I think you mean b742r_km_panel.zip in the library>Best regardsJan1,KINDWhen I push the button and it works, I'm happy:-)HP Media CenterPentium D 2.80 GHz2.00 GB RAMNVIDIA GeForce 6200SEConexant Falcon II NTSCXP SP2

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