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First flight with Bert´s mod

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Did a short flight this evening after setting up Bert´s GTN mod.

Everything works a it should, no problems detected, except: my GTN750 (RXP) is dark. But when I call them up with shift+2, it pops up and works normally.

If I send it back to the pedestal, it is dark again. Not a problem, if it is the way it should be.

(it happens only with the F50, all other planes do not have that prob.)

Anyway, a very big "thank you Bert" for the hard work.

Peter

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3 hours ago, Pitter said:

Everything works a it should, no problems detected, except: my GTN750 (RXP) is dark. But when I call them up with shift+2, it pops up and works normally.

There is a VC brightness setting in the rxpgtn ini file.. have you tried any adjustments?


Bert

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No, I have not touched anything. Just installed the panel as per readme and replaced the F1GTN entries with RXP GTN..

But, as I said, when I call the GTN up with SH+2, normal ops. As soon as I put them back into the pedestal, it is dark and unclickable.

But as I mentioned before, it is not a showstopper for me, I can accept that.

Other question: is it possible to replace the 2 (or 1) deactivated FMC screens  with another GTN? So I can use them like a moving map? I don´t like the original GTN covering a part of the panel during flight

Peter

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