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  1. Gentlemen ,I have noted a big difference between the size of gauges file of the 737NG for FS2002 and FS2004For FS2002 the size is 13849 Kb and for FS2004 is 3474 KB.Is that correct or something is wrong with the gauges file of the FS2004 ?Thanks and regardsAlberto Kunzel
  2. Gentlemen ,I bought 737-600/700 and 737-800/900 without any problem , after that I installed the 737-600/700 , did some flights and everything was OK.So , I tried to install the 737-800/900 after initiate the wizard I received an warning saying that I should have 737-600/700 purchased and installed before to attempt to install the 737-800/900 , but I have the 737-600/700 installed.Someone knows what is the problem and how to solve that ?Thanks and regardsAlberto Kunzel
  3. Gentlemen ,I am building a home cockpit based on PMDG 737 and had to create a new window with FSpanel in order to have in copilot panel the PFD and ND.All is working nice except that the speed strip in PFD of the main panel is moving quicker than the strip of the copilot panel.What I have to do in order I get both moving at same speed?Also , when I try to install the 737-800/900 I get an warning saying that I must have a 737-600/700 installed , but I have the 737-600/700 installed.thanks and regardsAlberto Kunzel
  4. Gentlemen ,I am building a home cockpit based on PMDG 737 and had to create a new window with FSpanel in order to have in copilot panel the PFD and ND.All is working nice except that the speed strip in PFD of the main panel is moving quicker than the strip of the copilot panel.What I have to do in order I get both moving at same speed?Also , when I try to install the 737-800/900 I get an warning saying that I must have a 737-600/700 installed , but I have the 737-600/700 installed.thanks and regardsAlberto Kunzel
  5. >You can modify the default flight manually in the fs9.CFG. >Look for the line:>>SITUATION=[drive]Documents and>Settings[user]JimMy DocumentsFlight Simulator>Files[filename of default flight]>>Replace [filename of default flight] with the filename>of another flight (*.FLT) that you have saved in the Flight>Simulator Files folder. You could also remove the path &>filename completely leaving simply "SITUATION=", in which case>the sim will revert to the default "Skyhawk at KSEA" flight.>>Yet another means of starting the sim is to simply double>click a saved flight and associate .FLT file extensions with>fs9.exe in the "Open with" dialog that pops up. This loads>the flight directly bypassing the GUI completely (Create a>flight, Select a flight, etc).>>JimThanks Jim.regardsAlberto Kunzel
  6. Gentlemen,My flight default nowadays is locking the FS9 at the presentation screen , this way I cannot change my flight default by another one , I have no access to the screen where I can change it.My question is where I have access to do that ? any cfg ?Thanks and regardsAlberto Kunzel
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    Gentlemen ,I use several monitors with MSFS ,After installation of PMDG 737-700 I tried to put the OH panel in one monitor and keep the main panel in another monitor for my surprise when I put the OH to another monitor the main panel disapeared and returned only when I closed the OH panel.How I could keep OH panel in one monitor and the main panel in another one ?Thanks and regardsAlberto Kunzel
  8. >>Gentlemen ,>>>>I need URGENTLY to know the offset for AP Altitude and AP VS>>of the above airplane , I will pay to whom get those>offsets.>>>>Thanks and regards>>>>Alberto Kunzel>>If they custom variables embedded in the gauges... reverse>engineering them is illegal.Hi ,Maybe could be illegal , but when the company that produced the gauge does not give you any support , just says "we don`t know", you have to look for other way.RegardsAlberto Kunzel
  9. Gentlemen ,I need URGENTLY to know the offset for AP Altitude and AP VS of the above airplane , I will pay to whom get those offsets.Thanks and regardsAlberto Kunzel
  10. Gentlemen ,I need URGENTLY to know the offset for AP Altitude and AP VS of the above airplane , I will pay to whom get those offsets.Thanks and regardsAlberto Kunzel
  11. Gentlemen ,I need to know URGENTLY the offset for AP Altitude and AP VS of the above airplane, I will pay to whom could get those offsets.Thanks and regardsAlberto Kunzel
  12. >Hello Alberto,>>I think what you have to do is tick the 'Allow Overhead to be>undocked' box in the PMDG options menu at the top of your>screen.>>No doubt others will confirm if I have that wrong.>>Cheers>>RenzoHi Renzo ,Thanks , that worked.Best regards
  13. >Perhaps this works ?>>http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/168952.zip>Gentlemen ,This way the file open .RgdsAlberto Kunzel
  14. >Gentlemen ,>>I am sending attached what I will do to my cockpit .>>As I am Mechanical Engineer I play a lot with mechanicals .>>From the drawing you can see that I will use one wheel,one>spring ,one small bar thread ,one porca ,one electric motor>(DC ) and one R/C servo .>>The idea is very simple , the Servo will follow the air speed>of the aircraft and will turn on and off the electric motor>,more speed the spring will be more compressed and the>friction between the wheel and the part A will increase , and>vice-versa .>Mechanically speaking, as the nut is fixed when the Electric>motor run it slide up and down and the spring is decompressed>or compressed respectively .>>The same system will be done for yoke concernig the aileron .>>Regards.>>Alberto KunzelGentlemen ,Where reading " one porca " , please read "one nut "RgdsAK
  15. Gentlemen ,I am sending attached what I will do to my cockpit .As I am Mechanical Engineer I play a lot with mechanicals .From the drawing you can see that I will use one wheel,one spring ,one small bar thread ,one porca ,one electric motor (DC ) and one R/C servo .The idea is very simple , the Servo will follow the air speed of the aircraft and will turn on and off the electric motor ,more speed the spring will be more compressed and the friction between the wheel and the part A will increase , and vice-versa .Mechanically speaking, as the nut is fixed when the Electric motor run it slide up and down and the spring is decompressed or compressed respectively .The same system will be done for yoke concernig the aileron .Regards.Alberto Kunzel
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