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Can those green/blue colors on gauge, in background, be changed?


My Specification: I CAN RUN FSX IN MAX SETTINGS....i don't care about dell, bell, amd, intel, 60000 wats power supply or alien made graphic card....

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Don't pay attention on this, i've change it. :(


My Specification: I CAN RUN FSX IN MAX SETTINGS....i don't care about dell, bell, amd, intel, 60000 wats power supply or alien made graphic card....

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Don't pay attention on this, i've change it. :(
Well, how'd you finally do it? How about sharing your answer, if only for the sake of future posterity?

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Well, how'd you finally do it?
By deleting it from a hard drive... :(Serious, i did not have nervs anymore...first it was hell to compile the aircraft with million parts to download. Than those green gauges...delete was better choice.

My Specification: I CAN RUN FSX IN MAX SETTINGS....i don't care about dell, bell, amd, intel, 60000 wats power supply or alien made graphic card....

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:( Well, that's one way to do it, I guess.EDIT: Not sure why you're compiling a completed aircraft . . . :( But have you ever tried FSPanelStudio? That might have done it. Payware, but priceless if you're into tinkering with panels!


Smooth Skies! -- Chuck B.

 

MACHINE 1:FS2004/WinXP Pro 64, Intel Core 2 Duo E8600 Clocked to 4.35 GHz, Corsair H50, Asus Maximus Formula, 4GB PNY XLR8 DDR2 @1067, ATI 4870 and 4650, WD Raptor 10K RPM 160 GB HD, Seagate 500 mgb 32mgb cache, 2 Analog 2HTGs w/ 3 19" I-INC flat panel monitors 1280x1024x32, and 1 17" at 1280 x 1024, PC Silencer 750 Quad, FSPassengers, FSUPIC, (Payware), WideFS

MACHINE 2: Dell Dimension, P4, WideClient, FDC Live Cockpit, Pro Flight Emulator, Active Sky v6.5

MACHINE 3: ASUS u81A Laptop, Windows 7 (what a joke!), WideClient, FlightSim Commander

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