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Robert Greene

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I made this thread to show off Badderjet and I's project to of changing cockpit colors. *Replace codes inside G:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Microsoft Flight Simulator X\PMDG\PMDG 737 NGX\737NGX_Colors.CFG ***MAKE SURE YOU BACKUP THE ORIGINAL FILE FIRST!!!! You never know when you may need it!!!*** Badderjet's Orange Mix

[Panel Colors]COLOR_DAY=247COLOR_DUSK=115COLOR_NIGHT=57FLOODS_DAY_R_2D=255FLOODS_DAY_G_2D=160FLOODS_DAY_B_2D=32FLOODS_DUSK_R_2D=128FLOODS_DUSK_G_2D=128FLOODS_DUSK_B_2D=0FLOODS_NIGHT_R_2D=164FLOODS_NIGHT_G_2D=96FLOODS_NIGHT_B_2D=16LETTERING_R_2D=228LETTERING_G_2D=40LETTERING_B_2D=0TEXT_OFF_R_2D=220TEXT_OFF_G_2D=220TEXT_OFF_B_2D=235TEXT_FULL_R_2D=242TEXT_FULL_G_2D=96TEXT_FULL_B_2D=72TEXT_BG_OFF_R_2D=35TEXT_BG_OFF_G_2D=35TEXT_BG_OFF_B_2D=60TEXT_BG_FULL_R_2D=48TEXT_BG_FULL_G_2D=12TEXT_BG_FULL_B_2D=0FLOODS_DAY_R_VC=128FLOODS_DAY_G_VC=96FLOODS_DAY_B_VC=64FLOODS_DUSK_R_VC=160FLOODS_DUSK_G_VC=128FLOODS_DUSK_B_VC=0FLOODS_NIGHT_R_VC=228FLOODS_NIGHT_G_VC=128FLOODS_NIGHT_B_VC=24LETTERING_R_VC=255LETTERING_G_VC=40LETTERING_B_VC=0TEXT_OFF_R_VC=220TEXT_OFF_G_VC=220TEXT_OFF_B_VC=235TEXT_FULL_R_VC=242TEXT_FULL_G_VC=160TEXT_FULL_B_VC=112TEXT_BG_OFF_R_VC=18TEXT_BG_OFF_G_VC=18TEXT_BG_OFF_B_VC=30TEXT_BG_FULL_R_VC=64TEXT_BG_FULL_G_VC=16TEXT_BG_FULL_B_VC=0CABIN_DAY_R=64CABIN_DAY_G=64CABIN_DAY_B=64CABIN_DUSK_R=128CABIN_DUSK_G=128CABIN_DUSK_B=128CABIN_NIGHT_R=255CABIN_NIGHT_G=247CABIN_NIGHT_B=217VC_FACTOR_DAY=55VC_FACTOR_DUSK=80VC_FACTOR_NIGHT=90VC_BACKGROUND_R=90VC_BACKGROUND_G=30VC_BACKGROUND_B=35DOME_FACTOR_BRT=80DOME_FACTOR_DIM=40ANNUN_DIM_FACTOR=40

Images:http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6074/6057292663_fd42a68f9b_b.jpghttp://farm7.static.flickr.com/6184/6057836506_18de23dd31_b.jpghttp://farm7.static.flickr.com/6208/6057829664_ba62928aca_b.jpg My Panel (Golden):

[Panel Colors]COLOR_DAY=247COLOR_DUSK=115COLOR_NIGHT=57FLOODS_DAY_R_2D=255FLOODS_DAY_G_2D=160FLOODS_DAY_B_2D=32FLOODS_DUSK_R_2D=128FLOODS_DUSK_G_2D=128FLOODS_DUSK_B_2D=0FLOODS_NIGHT_R_2D=227FLOODS_NIGHT_G_2D=155FLOODS_NIGHT_B_2D=85LETTERING_R_2D=255LETTERING_G_2D=221LETTERING_B_2D=128TEXT_OFF_R_2D=220TEXT_OFF_G_2D=220TEXT_OFF_B_2D=235TEXT_FULL_R_2D=242TEXT_FULL_G_2D=96TEXT_FULL_B_2D=72TEXT_BG_OFF_R_2D=35TEXT_BG_OFF_G_2D=35TEXT_BG_OFF_B_2D=60TEXT_BG_FULL_R_2D=48TEXT_BG_FULL_G_2D=12TEXT_BG_FULL_B_2D=0FLOODS_DAY_R_VC=128FLOODS_DAY_G_VC=96FLOODS_DAY_B_VC=64FLOODS_DUSK_R_VC=160FLOODS_DUSK_G_VC=128FLOODS_DUSK_B_VC=0FLOODS_NIGHT_R_VC=227FLOODS_NIGHT_G_VC=155FLOODS_NIGHT_B_VC=85LETTERING_R_VC=255LETTERING_G_VC=221LETTERING_B_VC=128TEXT_OFF_R_VC=220TEXT_OFF_G_VC=220TEXT_OFF_B_VC=235TEXT_FULL_R_VC=242TEXT_FULL_G_VC=189TEXT_FULL_B_VC=112TEXT_BG_OFF_R_VC=18TEXT_BG_OFF_G_VC=18TEXT_BG_OFF_B_VC=30TEXT_BG_FULL_R_VC=64TEXT_BG_FULL_G_VC=16TEXT_BG_FULL_B_VC=0CABIN_DAY_R=64CABIN_DAY_G=64CABIN_DAY_B=64CABIN_DUSK_R=128CABIN_DUSK_G=128CABIN_DUSK_B=128CABIN_NIGHT_R=255CABIN_NIGHT_G=247CABIN_NIGHT_B=217VC_FACTOR_DAY=55VC_FACTOR_DUSK=80VC_FACTOR_NIGHT=90VC_BACKGROUND_R=90VC_BACKGROUND_G=30VC_BACKGROUND_B=35DOME_FACTOR_BRT=80DOME_FACTOR_DIM=40ANNUN_DIM_FACTOR=40

Images:http://www.flickr.com/photos/65173676@N03/6058026358/sizes/l/in/photostream/http://www.flickr.com/photos/65173676@N03/6057485175/sizes/l/in/photostream/http://www.flickr.com/photos/65173676@N03/6058029608/sizes/l/in/photostream/ ***MAKE SURE YOU BACKUP THE ORIGINAL FILE FIRST!!!! You never know when you may need it!!!***


Robert 'Bob' Greene

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Robert, thanks for sharing Badderjet's and your cockpit mod, looks awesome.

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Looks great nice work


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Max

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I hope PMDG makes a Config tool that allows you to set the colors anyway you want instead of messing with complicated RGB mixtures :(


Robert 'Bob' Greene

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It looks excellent. I did not like the default virtual cockpit lighting from PMDG . Yours look more like the ones in the real world based on what I have seen..Thanks for sharing.

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Have a look at this link please:http://www.flightsim.com/vbfs/showthread.php?145321-Cockpit-night-light-color-737-400-DF.


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I made this thread to show off Badderjet and I's project to of changing cockpit colors. *Replace codes inside G:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Microsoft Flight Simulator X\PMDG\PMDG 737 NGX\737NGX_Colors.CFG ***MAKE SURE YOU BACKUP THE ORIGINAL FILE FIRST!!!! You never know when you may need it***MAKE SURE YOU BACKUP THE ORIGINAL FILE FIRST!!!! You never know when you may need it!!!***
Wauu Amzing Colors!! I will try this. Thanks for sharing!

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Wauu Amzing Colors!! I will try this. Thanks for sharing!
My membership has lapsed at Airliners.net, but you could always ask those guys about correct cockpit colors if you're a member. The tech ops board is priceless.

Chris Hicks

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Hey guys if you want to change the colors yourself use an RGB Mixer online and use the codes you get from there and plug them into the coding. Only mess with Text/Lettering and Flood lines. Be advised that the colors you get on the mixer wont be the same in-game. You will have to fiddle with it until you get the desired colors


Robert 'Bob' Greene

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Why orange? You know the real cockpit's flood lights aren't orange, right? At least not the ones i've flown in. I believe that whenever you find images of cockpits in which the light is orange, the reason for that is an incorrect white balance setting on the camera (set to daylight, when the temperature of the bulbs is closer to tungsten)


Omar Josef
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How do you change the color of the lighting in the overhead gauges??I want to make them blue like this724-large.jpg


John C

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First of all, that image is of a LEVEL-D sim. Second, the gauges are not actually blue. The camera is set to tungsten this time, and by that, it increases the blue of the photo. Regular light bulbs appear white, but true white light sources (like the ones you are trying to make blue), would look blue. Conclusion: On the real cockpit, flood lighting is white, not orange (or blue)


Omar Josef
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First of all, that image is of a LEVEL-D sim. Second, the gauges are not actually blue. The camera is set to tungsten this time, and by that, it increases the blue of the photo. Regular light bulbs appear white, but true white light sources (like the ones you are trying to make blue), would look blue. Conclusion: On the real cockpit, flood lighting is white, not orange (or blue)
Ok thx, now how do i make the overhead gauges blue??

John C

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