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Just noticed a few typos on page 40 of the intro manual. The 1st pic is the manual.The 2nd pic is the correct click spots.


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The number 6 clickspot is very useful if you need to turn on ther FO's flight director and enter a course for autoland. Fred.


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The number 6 clickspot is very useful if you need to turn on ther FO's flight director and enter a course for autoland. Fred.
Just noticed a few typos on page 40 of the intro manual. The 1st pic is the manual.The 2nd pic is the correct click spots.
sorry ... but 7,8 and 9 clickspots, I cannot found them in my panel??!!? it's very stange!!? can you help me? .... Lucio

System: ASUS PX9X79 , i74820 4GHZ, 16 Giga RAM, Geforce 780 GTX, Win7 64bit Home Edition


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sorry ... but 7,8 and 9 clickspots, I cannot found them in my panel??!!? it's very stange!!? can you help me? .... Lucio
Hi Lucio ! 7, 8 and 9 are used to pop-up the flight displays.There is no actual click spot.........just place the mouse cursor inthe centre of PFD, ND or EICAS displays and left click.You could then place those displays on a different monitor if you like.Click them again and they close. Fred.

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Guys, I would change [Window08] in the panel.cfg in 737-800 by the one below. Using Shift+9 it would create the same situation as 7, 8 and 9 together. [Window08]file_1024=PMDG_NGX_main_wide.bmpsize_mm=1920, 1200window_size= 1.000, 1.000position=7visible=0ident=MAIN_PANELgauge00=PMDG_737NGX!CaptainGlareshieldEdge, 684, 410, 1236, 26, MAINgauge01=PMDG_737NGX!LeftGlareshieldEdge, 304, 414, 380, 89, MAINgauge02=PMDG_737NGX!LeftGlareshieldEdge1, 219, 503, 236, 98, MAINgauge03=PMDG_737NGX!CaptainColumn, 1476, 0, 230, 410, MAINgauge04=PMDG_737NGX!ClockSwitch, 0, 520, 219, 157, MAIN//gauge05=PMDG_737NGX!ChronometerPanel, 0, 667, 219, 523, L #1 MAINgauge06=PMDG_737NGX!DU, 0, 600, 640, 599, LEFT_OUTBD #1 MAINgauge07=PMDG_737NGX!DU, 640, 600, 640, 599, LEFT_INBD #2 MAINgauge08=PMDG_737NGX!DU, 1280, 600, 640, 599, UPPER #3 MAIN//gauge09=PMDG_737NGX!Standby, 1122, 601, 221, 599, MAIN//gauge10=PMDG_737NGX!GearPanel, 1796, 601, 123, 599, MAIN//gauge11=PMDG_737NGX!DSP_Captain, 219, 601, 903, 175, MAIN//gauge12=PMDG_737NGX!MainMisc, 1343, 602, 453, 175, MAINgauge13=PMDG_737NGX!MasterCautionSystem_Captain,455, 503, 229, 98, MAINgauge14=PMDG_737NGX!EFIS_Captain, 684, 436, 285, 165, MAINgauge15=PMDG_737NGX!MCP, 969, 436,1099, 165, MAINgauge16=PMDG_737NGX!LightSensor, 0, 0, 4, 4 Adenilson

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Hi Lucio ! 7, 8 and 9 are used to pop-up the flight displays.There is no actual click spot.........just place the mouse cursor inthe centre of PFD, ND or EICAS displays and left click.You could then place those displays on a different monitor if you like.Click them again and they close. Fred.
thanks for your help Lucio

System: ASUS PX9X79 , i74820 4GHZ, 16 Giga RAM, Geforce 780 GTX, Win7 64bit Home Edition


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Hi Lucio ! 7, 8 and 9 are used to pop-up the flight displays.There is no actual click spot.........just place the mouse cursor inthe centre of PFD, ND or EICAS displays and left click.You could then place those displays on a different monitor if you like.Click them again and they close. Fred.
HI Fred, thanks ... one question : ... I have a second PC ...(connect in local lan with the main PC where is FSX) .. how can I put those displays there? thanks Lucio

System: ASUS PX9X79 , i74820 4GHZ, 16 Giga RAM, Geforce 780 GTX, Win7 64bit Home Edition


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