BA747400
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Default 737 Add-on

Mon Jun 13, 2005 5:07 am

Hi guys,
I dont know where else to turn; I just cant figure this out!
I downloaded a 737 wing view for the default craft in FS9. However, I just cant figure out what the instructions mean.....here they are:

1) First delete the old files.
2) Then put these files into the panel folder: wingleft.bmp And wingright.bmp.
3) Then copy this into the panel.cfg:

//Over [Window00]
=================================
Fixed Window39=Rear right Up
Fixed Window40=Rear Left Up

[Views]

VIEW_REAR_RIGHT_UP_WINDOWS=39
VIEW_REAR_RIGHT_UP_DIR=-2.5, 0.0, 90
VIEW_REAR_RIGHT_UP_EYE=0.0, -1.38,-32.57
VIEW_REAR_LEFT_UP_WINDOWS=40
VIEW_REAR_LEFT_UP_DIR=-2.5, 0.0, 270
VIEW_REAR_LEFT_UP_EYE=0.0, -1.33, -32.73
=================================


//And this over [Default View]
=================================
[Fixed Window39]
file=wingright.bmp
visible=0
nomenu=1
render_3d_window=1
window_pos=0.0,0.0
window_size=1.000,1.000
ident=39

[Fixed Window40]
file=wingleft.bmp
visible=0
nomenu=1
render_3d_window=1
window_pos=0.0,0.0
window_size=1.000,1.000
ident=40
================================

Any help that you guys can give would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks again,
Mike
 
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RE: Default 737 Add-on

Mon Jun 13, 2005 8:04 am

Hey Mike,

This is what you do:

  • Go to the FS9 Aircraft folder (ie. C:Prog FilesMS GamesFS9Aircraft) and look for the default 737 folder (ie. b737_400)
  • Once there open the Panel folder and simply copy/cut and paste the new files (wingleft.bmp And wingright.bmp) into that folder. It will prompt if you want to overwrite and just click yes
  • Then inside the same folder open up the file Panel.cfg. It will ask you what program to use for it, so choose wordpad (I suggest you click on the box to make it the default prog since you will be opening .cfg files in the future)
  • Once in there look for [Window00] and [Default View] and copy those lines of code into it.

This should do it. If not, send me an IM.

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BA747400
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RE: Default 737 Add-on

Sat Jun 18, 2005 9:40 am

Thanks!
I sent you an IM; I got the view to show up, but there is no wing there! It looks as though there should be wing there, but there isnt!

Any one have any ideas?

Thanks,
Mike
 
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RE: Default 737 Add-on

Mon Jun 20, 2005 10:57 pm

Are you sure you copied the two bmps? If you did, they should show up.
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BA747400
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RE: Default 737 Add-on

Wed Jun 22, 2005 1:05 pm

Hey,
Yea I put them in alright. Oh man, I just dont understand. The worst part is that now I want to fix it more than ever, just because I can't!

Mike

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