FrequentFlyKid
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FS2002 Display Question

Tue Apr 06, 2004 7:33 am

Silly question...

I accidentally hit something on my keyboard last time I was flying FS2002. It brought up, for lack of a better term, a HUD on the top of my screen showing information such as speed, altitude, wind speed, etc. I liked it and when I loaded my next flight I couldn't figure out how to get it up there again. Can someone tell me what I need to press to get it back, thanks!
 
KLM777
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RE: FS2002 Display Question

Tue Apr 06, 2004 7:39 am

CTR + Z or SHIFT + Z, forgot which one but it's one of those two. If you press it a second time you get your coordinates if my memory serves me well.

Kind regards,

Jeroen
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