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  1. Have you check panel.cfg file is not just read-only then?
  2. Hi, Most likely the path to the aircraft folder has access rights preventing your user account, under which FSX-SE is running, from 'writing' to the panel.cfg file. Now, when this popup message shows up, do you have any button/choice like 'ok' or 'grant permission' (ala UAC control)? If so, then just click it. If not, then you have to find out what access rights are on the aircraft folder.
  3. Like I've tried to explain above: changing the setting above tells the GTN onto which 'X-Plane display mode' the rendering section is applying. changing your initial =PANEL3D to =PANELS tells it to render in any of these modes and it is most likely the solution to the problem.
  4. You might want to change this one to PANELS instead. Otherwise, the rest seems fine. If this doesn't work, this might just be the coordinates in frame.rect = 1535,862,430,240 which are off. @stevepeck1 please read carefully what I'm writing. Look at what I'm suggesting to change (hint: it is bold text). As for the frame.rect, it appears ok.
  5. @psybermonkey please read RXP GTN User's Manual p15. It is a shorter version of the discussion linked above, but maybe reading it twice with a different wording might 'sparkle' how does it all fit and bind together. I'm pasting the content here for consistency and for sparing readers from having to click themselves. Put it side-by-side with the User's manual p15. NB: please let me know if you're color blinded because color is used to highlight the links in the following example. Bold is used to emphasis the actual settings directly affecting visibility. [GTN] ; comma separated list of gauges gauges = GTN_750_1, GTN_750_2 [GTN_750_1] ; comma separated list of render targets. drawto = WINDOW, PANEL3D [GTN_750_1.WINDOW] ; display window if true. visible = false [GTN_750_1.PANEL3D] ; display window if true. visible = true ; display position and dimension (left,top,width,height) frame.rect = 1218,2048,830,1024 [GTN_750_2] ; comma separated list of render targets. drawto = WINDOW, PANELS [GTN_750_2.WINDOW] ; display window if true. visible = false [GTN_750_2.PANELS] ; display window if true. visible = false ; display position and dimension (left,top,width,height) frame.rect = 0,0,0,0 This tells: you're running the 2 devices in this panel Unit#1 renders to a non-visible window, and to a visible 3D surface within a rectangle coordinates which are set. Unit#2 renders to a non-visible window, to a non-visible 3D surface within an empty rectangle.
  6. You might want to change this one to PANELS instead. Otherwise, the rest seems fine. If this doesn't work, this might just be the coordinates in frame.rect = 1535,862,430,240 which are off.
  7. @psybermonkey Hi, please take the time to review the posts linked above, and the bold/highlighted text which is pin-pointing why it can't display in your case (hint: visible). You'll not only solve the problem, you'll be able to self-solve any similar problem in the future. NB: please don't cross post.
  8. I love the sarcasm, but the pinned topic conclusion is: Now, leaving the sarcasm someplace else and back to providing assistance, the same pinned topic is always detailing and explaining what is governing rendering in the 3D cockpit (this is my message near the top with nice colors and bold text highlighting the key parts).
  9. I'd guess if this is grayed out, and I'm saying there is a 'TCAD' option which is described in the manual, then yes you are right, this is most likely disabled by default. Please, DO read the manual not just for this, but for the many other feature descriptions you might want to not only know, but also try.
  10. Hi, Yes! This not only showcased in the "Features" chapter of the RXP's manual, but it is also detailed in the "Settings" chapter too!
  11. @Deltaair1212 Hi, you might have wanted to wait a little longer. The RXP GTN v2.5.25 cures this 'lag' in the screen both on P3D and X-Plane:
  12. @raiven Can you please disable the extra 'troubleshooting' settings (LogTrainer, DebubValue)? These are most usually to be used once or twice to find out a specific error and there is none reported in the log files. @Andydigital It shouldn't be a problem but this is XP11 BETA. The new TCAS datarefs are supposed to be populating the MP datarefs in order to ensure backward compatibility. Nevertheless, we're working on it too!
  13. Hi, First, you might want to review the pinned topic about this very subject: You might want to also review the following tutorial, and the RXP User's Manual. This will help you understanding the ini file and how this relates to displaying anything in the 3D cockpit, therefore, how to identify why it is not displaying in the 3D cockpit:
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