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Anyone working on a 727 panel for FSX?

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Hello all, Was just wondering if anyone was working on a freeware 727 type panel for FSX?I've loaded the Dreamfleet 727 and it flies very well in FSX, however, as we all know, the panel doesn't work at all.Anyone out there doing anything on this?

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Hi Clay,Paul Golding appears to be working on an update of the Dreamfleet 727 for FSX:http://forums.flightsim.com/dc/dcboard.php...g_id=7203&page=There may a bit of a wait yet, but I'm sure it will be worth it!

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Thanks Ken, However, I speak to Paul on a regular basis thru e mail . . . as I was one of the 727 beta testers and will be also for the FSX version.Knowing that, I have been led to believe it will be quite a wait . . .hence wanting to know if someone like RP or a like talent has thought of having a go at it for the 727. The aircraft flies very well in FSX, but alas, no panel. I couldn't design a panel if my life depended upon it, however I know all the bitmaps and such will work, just the gauges would need FSX updating . . . or that is what I have been led to believe.Anyone else on this subject?Best,Clay

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Well, Clay - it's a tradegy, isn't it? Paul's 727 is the one and only airliner I flew in FS9, along with FSNav and FS Passengers. . I'm really disappointed that it's not even close to being released. I haven't flown a single airliner since October last year. I did try it once, and there were so many switches, knobs, etc., that didn't work. . it was unusable.If you have ANY influence with Paul - do your best to get him working at it: this was too good an aeroplane to lose.Regards,

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