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PMDG 777 Throttle 2D view

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Is anyone know if there will be the throttle view with the B777 on 2D view. There is no with the 737 this is why I am not flying it.

 

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Al

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Really no 2D panel? Doesn't make sense. It should be 2D and Virtual. I will not buy it if can't be in 2D.

 

Al

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I will not buy it if can't be in 2D.

 

 

:rolleyes:


 

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I will not buy it if can't be in 2D.

That will be your fault. You're going to miss the best upcoming addon. B)


- René Mosek -
Future Owner Of: 'The PMDG 747-400 V3'  B)

 

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What would you need 2D throttle view for? I understand why some people prefer using 2D over VC but I don't see why anyone would need to see throttle levers in 2D.

 

I stopped using 2D a long time ago, other than for overhead setup and such stuff sometimes depending from the plane.

 

Virtual cockpit with proper viewpoints for overhead and other important parts is just as practical. 

 

 

 

Regards

 

Joona L

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I will not buy it if can't be in 2D.

 

You'll be missing out on some good stuff!


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Lionel

 

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Yeah, interjection, not wanting to instigate a flame war, but:

 

I fully support PMDG's decision to abandon the 2d panels/pit, it is an anachronism, unnecessary, and sucks up development resources.

 

You're going to have to get with the times, sir.


Chris Honke...PMDG Cultist

[P3Dv4 flier, Radar Contact, PMDG 772, MD11, 744v3, NGX, QW 787, LDS 763 and Majestic q400-8 owner]

 

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I only really use the overhead sometimes in 2D as a popup, but other than that I fly the aircraft in VC, referring to NGX obviously!

 

Kind regards

 

Werner


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Proud member of Cyber Air Virtual Airlines
AVSIM Staff Member

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While there is no 2D Panel per say, there are 2D 'Window Pop-Ups' that you will be able to utilize for tuning knobs and flipping switches, such as on the Overhead, FMC or Pedestal.

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I only really use the overhead sometimes in 2D as a popup, but other than that I fly the aircraft in VC, referring to NGX obviously!

 

Kind regards

 

Werner

 

If you have opus or ezdok, set yourself up with a view looking directly straight at the overhead panel. That's what I did since panning at the overhead from captains seat is kind of hard to click buttons on the FO side of the panel. With opus I was able to set a a view for anything I want, Looking directly at the MCP, down at the throttle quadrant, down at the radio stack, Captain side, FO side, any any kind of external view you can imagine. You can then assign the panel to any kind of hot key combination.


Kacper Nowotynski

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Here we go... again... v44


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- Luke Pabari

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Here we go... again... v44

 

Bah!

 

What else is there to do...?


Chris Honke...PMDG Cultist

[P3Dv4 flier, Radar Contact, PMDG 772, MD11, 744v3, NGX, QW 787, LDS 763 and Majestic q400-8 owner]

 

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Don't feed the trolls. They're fat enough in these parts.


Dave Wegner

 

- Don't be afraid of common sense or the search function.

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