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What can I do until PMDG releases there 777 or CS 777 (full package). I will merge if I have too. I would like to have a FMC and a VC together (otherwise I would go with Posky).


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anyone ideas?


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None. The Overland 777 is probably the best but as I understand, has no FMS or in-depth systems.


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Me, I'm waiting or the MDG 777 as long as they include the 777-200LR with a range of 9,395 nm (17,395 km). Cheers, - jahman.

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It sucks, I wouldnt expect the PMDG 777 to be released for another year or more :(


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What I did was get the CS Triple Seven and stick the Aerosim Triple Seven VC in it, and then I added the ISG Smiths Industries CDU, the CS Weather Radar and the FSFK ACARs. It's not perfect, but it is all native FSX and has a working FMC with VNAV and LNAV that can be operated from the VC. That's about the best you can do at the moment for FSX. Al


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It has simple systems, but in my opinion the Aerosim 777 is the best choice for me, i also have the overland pack, but is very very basic. I fly and feel better in the aerosim.


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The Posky 777 is for free. I use it icw ISG panels for improved displays and working CDU's that come with ISG.


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I've never like POSky much. It'd be nice if somebody would put together a nice package for their 777 which comes with multiple liveries and a fully-functional VC and panel. I'd imagine the CS 777 will come out soon--there shouldn't be too much of a wait.


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Lets hope CS actually fixes the bugs before they release it. Thats what took PMDG so long with NGX. I guarentee once PMDG releases there 777. I will replace the CS777 with it.


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Lets hope CS actually fixes the bugs before they release it. Thats what took PMDG so long with NGX. I guarentee once PMDG releases there 777. I will replace the CS777 with it.
Lets hope PMDG fixes the bugs first as well, if the 737 is any example.

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The Posky 777 is for free. I use it icw ISG panels for improved displays and working CDU's that come with ISG.
I'm running this configuration too, the ISG stuff works well, but I can't get the MFD displays up in the VC all I see is the glass plates with finger smudges on them, any tips for solving that? Am picking I'm missing a GAU file or something

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Possibly the positioning of the gauges or maybe the scaling of them, it's not always a perfect fit when you make a swap, sometimes you have to faff around because not all VCs or gauge placement is consistent in the way it is done. Unfortunately, I fly the Aerosim VC, using ISG's PFDs, FMC, LNAV and VNAV gauges, so I dunno what the Posky one would require as tweaks to sort it. Al


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Looking forward to the Captain Sim version when it's complete. Until then I'm just out anything resembling a 777 as I'm not a fan of the Frankenplane approach. For me it's a complete package or I just fly something else.


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Possibly the positioning of the gauges or maybe the scaling of them, it's not always a perfect fit when you make a swap, sometimes you have to faff around because not all VCs or gauge placement is consistent in the way it is done.
Thanks Al, I'll have a play w the panel.cfg then and see if I can sort it out.PS - love your sig line by the way LOL.gif

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