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Hi,Is there any software or manuals which may allow me to make modification in the "Panel CFG" of the aircrafts.ThanksCesare

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Microsoft has a Developers SDK that could be useful- search for the download. What mods do you have in mind ? I may be able to help with multi mon adjustments.Alex Reid

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As you may have already discovered, most, if not all cfg files in FS2004 are simple text files which can be opened for editing with Notepad or Wordpad - they just have a cfg extension instead of a txt extension.But ALWAYS make a backup of any file you plan to edit first and be sure you know what you are doing before making any changes.

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I second the nomination for FSPanelStudio X -- don't even waste your time hand editing panels any more. I got tired of all the dogging around and finally ponied up the $30 or $40 for it -- the headaches and wasted hours I could have saved myself if I had bought it sooner.Not to mention all the nice, new custom-made-to-just-my-liking minipanels in all my A/C now!


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