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Undocking and resizing 2D panels

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Just got this program after friends recommended it and someone posted just today where to get it now. So far it has made my sim so much better. Only issue I have run into that I haven't seen anything in the manual about is undocking and resizing 2D panels. On all my aircraft (payware) I undock the FMC/CDU and move it to 1 of my 3 monitors. I then resize it. When I do this now it goes black and the FPS drop drastically and the windows 7 spinning thing appears and also blinks. The work around now is I don't resize it or move it. if it can't be resolved I can live with it but wondering if anyone has had this or is a aware of a fix or something I did wrong. Thank You.

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Best to download and read the community How To Guide for this

 

www.nzfsim.org/index.php?dsp=dload&fname=DX10_HowTo.pdf

 

You right click somewhere as I recall

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From that PDF..

 

I just tested the process and it works. B)
 

Resizing dragged Panels

The next multi-monitor issue is with dragging panels onto the second monitor, with any attempt to
resize the panel resulting in a continuously flickering cursor.

Most people use the larger monitor for their flying, and a smaller one for housing an FMC or GPS, for
example - and the panel, once moved, needs to be resized. Unfortunately - after it’s resized - you will
then encounter the dreaded “busy mouse cursor”. To fix this, simply right-click inside the new panel.
It will then return to normal operation and appearance.

Note: rather than manually resizing a panel each time one can also change its size in the panel.cfg, so
that it pops up already at the right size.

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