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PaulC
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Help with a Panel

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Hello chaps,

After serving as. Wing Staff Officer with the RAF Air cadets for 4 years I've gone back to being a. Squadron Commander.

The unit has a flight sim running FSX and it's not a bad set up however, previously we used to use it for consolidating navigation training.

Does anyone have or know where I can get a 2D pop up panel that has a couple of VOR receivers an ADF and ASI, basically an old school navigators panel that we can add to some aircraft and run on a separate screen?

I'm not up to panel design I'm afraid.

Many thanks,

Paul
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Nigel H-J
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Post by Nigel H-J »

Hi Paul, just had a quick look around and wonder whether this might be what you are looking for. Full instructions and appears to be reasonably easy. :worried:

http://www.fspassengers.com/forum/showt ... ?tid=11838


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Or you can try my Percival Q6 which has the King Air suite as a pop up in either 2D or VC. It is for FS9 but it does work in FSX.
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P.S. If you haven't got it already it is available over at FlightSim (Sorry said SOH first time round)K.
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Post by PaulC »

Hi!

Thanks very much, I'll have a go at these and see how I get on.

Thanks again.
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