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    FSX wont resize saved views properly

    I recently edited the panel.cfg file so that the horizon looks continuous across three monitors. I deselected FULL-SCREEN and saved the the flight. The problem that I'm having is that when I load the saved flight the views appear on the proper screens but they are small and I have to drag the corners of each to fit the screen.
    How can I avoid this extra step and have the views extend to the corners of each monitor without manually doing it?

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    Re: FSX wont resize saved views properly

    I use this program called panel restore, still not ideal but it helps. If there is a better way I would like to know as well

    check it out: (Stephane post)
    http://forums1.avsim.net/lofiversion...hp/t63144.html

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    Re: FSX wont resize saved views properly

    Works great. Thanks!

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