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  1. I've got everything set up. I'm just wondering, do I have to use the Ventura Sky colours or is it possible to use a SMP set?
  2. Is it possible to use FSGRW as opposed to the NOAA Weather plugin?

    PMDG 737 NGX (module 4.12) - Sept 2018

    Is there anyway to assign a button so that PFD opens up into its large form, like when you click the centre of the PFD?
  4. Thanks Kyle, initial testing shows it working correctly now. I did think the minimized loading was strange, but thought it was just how it was. My only other issue is with external lighting not being visible when viewed from the VC and the flight starts in day time. I've seen on the forum other people are having the same issue, is there any solution to this problem or is it something PMDG is working on to fix?
  5. I'm using both the latest version of P3D and the 737NGX. When starting a flight and loading into third party scenery my aircraft will either crash or bounce into the air depending on the crash detection settings. I have noticed that when the scenery is loading, different levels of the scenery are jumping around for a short while until it settles and the scenery fully loads (this occurs after the loading screen dialogue). I have my crash detection settings disabled so when I'm loading the 737NGX, the aircraft will be zooming along the ground when the loading screen has ended. When loading the F-22 into the scenery this issue does not occur. Is there anyway to stop this from happening? Thanks.
  6. Apologies if this has already been answered. I've recently made a livery using the paint kit. I've got a small hiccup were the registration number doesn't show inside the VC. I've saved the texture file as a DDS DXT5 and it's located in the correct folder. Is there anything special I need to do to get the texture to show up in the VC? Thanks, Tim