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Bert Pieke

P3DV4 version with GTN option

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This panel does not actually work, as released.. the Collins radios are inop.

Until Carenado releases a fix, you can edit the panel.cfg file:

 

[Vcockpit01]
Background_color=0,0,0
size_mm=512,512
visible=1
pixel_size=1024,1024
texture=$RadiosC337_N

gauge00=RadioC337XML!Radio_AudioCollins,  0,0,292,65
gauge01=RadioC337XML!Radio_Collins_NAV_COM,  0,180,291,115
gauge02=RadioC337XML!RadioTransVC,  0,370,300,74
gauge03=CCTTS!DME_screen,  0,68,268,108
gauge04=GAUGEC337!Radio_KR87_ADF,  0,294,300,75
gauge05=CCTTS!GEM6,  297,0,214,211

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Thanks for that, Bert- in the excitement of having a working gtn in V4 P3D, I hadn't noticed the inoperative radios below.

 

Dave Swigert

 


Dave Swigert

P3DV5 hf2/ WIN 10/  i7-9700K@5.0 GHz/ 16 GB ram/ BENQ BL3200 monitor/ NVIDIA GTX1080 TI video
Active Sky / F1GTN 750/ Ultimate Traffic/ mostly ORBX based scenery.  New to MSFS .

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Also, I found that the GTN 750 radios were set to the NAV2  in F1GTN.INI.

Change radio=1 to radio=0.

 

 


Dave Swigert

P3DV5 hf2/ WIN 10/  i7-9700K@5.0 GHz/ 16 GB ram/ BENQ BL3200 monitor/ NVIDIA GTX1080 TI video
Active Sky / F1GTN 750/ Ultimate Traffic/ mostly ORBX based scenery.  New to MSFS .

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On 2017-08-09 at 9:55 AM, Eclex said:

 

Also, I found that the GTN 750 radios were set to the NAV2  in F1GTN.INI.

Change radio=1 to radio=0.

 

 

Radios, not Radio... :blush:


Bert

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Yes: change radios=1 to radios=0  to select the autopilot buss NAV1.

 


Dave Swigert

P3DV5 hf2/ WIN 10/  i7-9700K@5.0 GHz/ 16 GB ram/ BENQ BL3200 monitor/ NVIDIA GTX1080 TI video
Active Sky / F1GTN 750/ Ultimate Traffic/ mostly ORBX based scenery.  New to MSFS .

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This has got to be the most INEPT developer in the sim business. One of my favorite airplanes and the transponder doesn't work. 3 moths later and still no update.

I'm done with this developer. I will never buy another Carenado addon.

If it wasn't for Bert, the F33 & C337 would both be INOP.

Thanks Bert!

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Just got this one going in P3Dv4 and I have to share everyone's frustration.  On top of the things already mentioned, they managed to re-introduce the old fuel pump switch bug as well.

Grrr.

Scott

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2 hours ago, tttocs said:

Just got this one going in P3Dv4 and I have to share everyone's frustration.  On top of the things already mentioned, they managed to re-introduce the old fuel pump switch bug as well.

I even created a support ticket for that before release when I noticed that in their video.

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Just found this thread.  My Collins radios now display frequencies so thank you all for that.  They don't sync with what is displayed on the GTN 750 though.  But maybe the answer to that is above as well.  The F1GTN.INI file you're referring to is in the root of the Cessna 337 folder, right?  Mine has no reference to radios in there.  Should I just add a line for "radios=1 to radios=0"?

[GTN750.1]
TAWS Voice=0
Airplane=4

AVDB=0

 


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