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Does anybody know if the cockpit panels for HJG jets have a VC? I can't fly 2D panels on my rig, only 3D. Thanks!JS

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Does anybody know if the cockpit panels for HJG jets have a VC? I can't fly 2D panels on my rig, only 3D. Thanks!JS
I have the DC8 and the B722 models. They do not have a VC.Just curious, why can't you fly 2d panels?Best regards,Mel

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Just curious, why can't you fly 2d panels?
Yeah, this would be interesting! :( Wolfgang

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I have the DC8 and the B722 models. They do not have a VC.Just curious, why can't you fly 2d panels?Best regards,Mel
______________________________My rig has 3 LCD screens for MATROX Triplehead2Go and I can only fly in VC mode with any a/c. 2D panels are a disaster on the rig. My diagonal width is 53" and the stretching of 2D panels is awful in that mode.JS

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______________________________My rig has 3 LCD screens for MATROX Triplehead2Go and I can only fly in VC mode with any a/c. 2D panels are a disaster on the rig. My diagonal width is 53" and the stretching of 2D panels is awful in that mode.JS
Awesome... Wish I had a different desk, then I'd think about more monitors. My networked laptop and Trackir suits me, though.Someone correct me if I'm wrong; I thought HJG were working on a VC for their BAE's.

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______________________________My rig has 3 LCD screens for MATROX Triplehead2Go and I can only fly in VC mode with any a/c. 2D panels are a disaster on the rig. My diagonal width is 53" and the stretching of 2D panels is awful in that mode.JS
Thank you for the explanation. I understand what your referring to, because even my LCD monitor, 22" dia. ( 1680x1050 ) stretches 2d panel noticeably.regards,Mel

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