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Thinking about getting this bird for P3Dv2.  Can anyone confirm successful integration of the Flight1 GTN750 into the VC?

Thanks!


John Pipilas

Win 10 ​- i7 2600k CPU - AMD Radeon R9 Fury X GPU 

       

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The B1900 is designed with GNS gauges in the panel..

 

How would you get a GTN gauge in there?

 

Best you can do, is make the GTN screen appear in the GNS frame... not very appealing..


Bert

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This will put it in place of the Avidyne:

 

[Vcockpit05]
Background_color=0,0,0
size_mm=1024,1024
visible=0
pixel_size=1024,1024
texture=$Panel_5

gauge00=EX500_1900D!EX500_config,    0,  0,   1,  1
//gauge01=EX500_1900D!EX500_3D,        0,512, 513, 411
gauge02=1900DKA!ToggleCARG500,      64,512, 448, 64
gauge03=EFIS1900D!EFIS_3D,                       0,  0, 512,512
gauge04=GAUGE1900DEFIS!Gauge_EFIS84_EHSI_3D,      512,  0, 512,512
gauge05=1900DKA!ToggleEFIS,                      0,  0, 512, 512
gauge06=1900DKA!ToggleAUTOPILOT,               512,  0, 512, 512
gauge07=GAUGE1900D!Gauge_VSI_DIGITAL,          514, 513, 320,320
gauge08=F1GTN!GTN750VC, 65,495, 383, 405,UNIT1
 

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Bert

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Using Bert's [Vcockpit05] panel.cfg suggestion I do find the GTN750 in the Avidyne frame but the colors are dim and, more importantly, the unit's click spots don't work.

Has anyone else experienced this? What have I missed?

Regards,

Steve P.

 


Dell Precision T3610, Windows 7 x64 + Windows XP x32 (dual boot)
Intel Xeon Processor ES-1620 v2, 4 core, 3.70 GHz
8GD DDR3-1600 
Nvidia GTX 960,  Dell U3011 (3560 x 1600 px) + Asus Pa245Q (1929 x 1200px)
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You can adjust VC cockpit brightness using the F1GTN config app.

If you have instrument reflections set to on, turn them off, re clickspots on the GTN.


Bert

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Bert,

I find that turning off the B1900D instrument reflections brightens the display but still no click spots. I have tried several adjustments of the eyepoint with no joy. 

Steve

 


Dell Precision T3610, Windows 7 x64 + Windows XP x32 (dual boot)
Intel Xeon Processor ES-1620 v2, 4 core, 3.70 GHz
8GD DDR3-1600 
Nvidia GTX 960,  Dell U3011 (3560 x 1600 px) + Asus Pa245Q (1929 x 1200px)
FSX Acceleration

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3 hours ago, paradisca1 said:

Bert,

I find that turning off the B1900D instrument reflections brightens the display but still no click spots. I have tried several adjustments of the eyepoint with no joy. 

Steve

 

Steve,

I no longer have the B1900 installed so cannot test this.. you may have to live with using the popup GTN for any interactions..

Possibly time to get another small commuter plane like the SF340, or the PC12, or C90GTX, all of which I have and which do work with a GTN 750.


Bert

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Hi Bert,

I agree. I have some on my wish list. The B1900D is still a favorite. Thanks very much for your attention.

Steve P.


Dell Precision T3610, Windows 7 x64 + Windows XP x32 (dual boot)
Intel Xeon Processor ES-1620 v2, 4 core, 3.70 GHz
8GD DDR3-1600 
Nvidia GTX 960,  Dell U3011 (3560 x 1600 px) + Asus Pa245Q (1929 x 1200px)
FSX Acceleration

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On 9/7/2018 at 7:34 AM, wildtomcat said:

https://www.avsim.com/forums/topic/483806-gtn-750/?tab=comments#comment-3425184

is my suggest for GTN750 instead of the FMC

 

Regards

Stefan

I have tried to install this but not getting anything to show the GTN750, I just did a copy paste from this post to my Panel.cfg.  I am using the RXP GTN750 and not the F1 version.

//--------------------------------------------------------
[Vcockpit01]
Background_color=0,0,0 
size_mm=1024,1024
visible=0
pixel_size=1024,1024
texture=$Panel_1
 
gauge00=GAUGE1900D!Gauge_ALT_ALERT,  0,375,128,81
gauge01=GAUGE1900D!Radio_CTL92_ATC,  243,514,236,252
gauge02=GAUGE1900D!Radio_CTL62_ADF,  243,768,236,252
gauge03=GAUGE1900D!Radio_CTL22_COM2,  482,768,236,252
gauge04=GAUGE1900D!Radio_CTL32_NAV2,  4,768,236,252
gauge05=;GPS530_3D_1900D!GPS_530_3D,  0,0,510,372 //GPS530_3D_1900D!GPS_530_3D,  0,0,510,372
gauge06=FMC1900D!FMC_config1900D,  0,0,1,1
gauge07=RXPGTN!GTN750,  512,0,512,404,UNIT1.VC
gauge08=CarSound1900D!CarSound,  0,0,5,5
gauge09=GAUGE1900D!GAUGE_FIRE_TEST_L,  140,374,116,112
gauge10=GAUGE1900D!GAUGE_FIRE_TEST_R,  263,374,116,112
gauge11=1900D!GPS_Twas,  0,0,1,1
gauge12=1900DKA!ToggleCAR530,  64,0,352,32

 

Any clue?

Thanks for your help


Richard Souaid
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