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MelJet B777 Panel / Virtual Cockpit

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Hey,I use the MelJet B777 for UAL livery. I installed it, everything says it should work well using FS2k4, but when I go to virtual cockpit view, I see .... nothing. The cabin, toilet, everything is behind me, but no cockpit. Also, I am wondering how to navigate the cabin. On second point, would anyone recommend changing the Panel for the 767 / any of the other aircraft to good panels on this site?Also, how can I port over the VC from the 737-400 to my 737-300 / 737-500, so I have VC on that.I think half the problem might lie in the files. When I go to textures, it shows a bunch of BMPS with no thumbnails. I try to open them, but it says Drawing Failed. Hmmm.Thanks,AJ

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>Hey,>I use the MelJet B777 for UAL livery. I installed it,>everything says it should work well using FS2k4, but when I go>to virtual cockpit view, I see .... nothing. The cabin,>toilet, everything is behind me, but no cockpit. Also, I am>wondering how to navigate the cabin. On second point, would>anyone recommend changing the Panel for the 767 / any of the>other aircraft to good panels on this site?Perhaps the eyepoint in the aircraft.cfg is set too far forward. Try using Ctrl-Enter to move the eyepoint manually. If that puts you behind the panel, then you simply need to edit the eyepoint entry in the aircraft.cfg file.>Also, how can I port over the VC from the 737-400 to my>737-300 / 737-500, so I have VC on that.The VC on EVERY a/c is coded into the .mdl file. It cannot be copied, moved or modified in any way, shape or form.>I think half the problem might lie in the files. When I go to>textures, it shows a bunch of BMPS with no thumbnails. I try>to open them, but it says Drawing Failed. Hmmm.Nope. The .bmp files are compressed DXT3 or 888-5 graphics and have absolutely nothing to do with your problem. You cannot see "thumbnails" simply because they are compressed .bmp files, not "standard Windows BMP" files.

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Meljet's 777 only has a virtual cabin.. it does not have a virtual cockpit :)

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