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About ianoakrhind

  • Birthday 03/21/1943

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    Toulouse, France

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  1. Many thanks Jose and Stephen.I would have thought PMDG could have sorted this by now. It was never a problem with PSS or PS1 !Anyway, I will try out both of your suggestions.Ian Oak-Rhind
  2. In Topic #129097, the solution was given concerning Range Rings on the ND. This was to amend the PMDG 747400 Guages file. Okay, I amend the file, save it and the range rings appear on the ND. However, if I change aircraft, the range rings now do NOT appear and I find that the Guages file has reverted to the original text (TCAS_ShowRange Rings=o).Very frustrating.............any ideas?Many thanksIan Oak-Rhind
  3. Stefano.............very many thanks for your helpful reply. Now I know that I can actually do what I thought just might be possible!! I am grateful for your input.RegardsIan
  4. I live in an area of FRANCE where broadband is not (yet) available. The 747-400 can only be purhased as a download. This option is totally unpractical without broadband! Is there another purchase option?? Can I download the product on another PC with a broadband connection and then transfer it across to my PC?? I have emailed PMDG with this question but I never receive a response. Many thanks.
  5. Many thanks. I'll give it a go!Ian O-R
  6. Many thanks Mats.........I will just have to sit and watch the gauges in real time as in real life. Yawn, yawn!! Who would be a 737 driver! At least the sectors are shorter than for a 7474-400.RegardsIan O-R
  7. How do I accelerate time in flight?? With MSFS the clock is used. I cannot find how to replicate this in PMDG 737NG.many thanksIan O-R
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