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    767 300 update 14

    After much hair pulling, button pushing and dodgy soldering, I have added some lighting and interfaced the overhead + mip with the Buo386x. I am currently working on the tiller, which will be about 80% scale due to available space. Pedestal will come next followed by "hopefully" new throttles, 767 yoke, fmc and of course 3 mitsubishi 1280x800 projectors + TH2GO for visuals. As you know it's all time and money but all worth it in the end

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    Re: 767 300 update 14

    HI

    I have been looking at the Level D 767, the question is if you are using the level D how do you move panels to different monitors and re-size them?
    Thank you
    percy

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    Re: 767 300 update 14

    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    HI

    I have been looking at the Level D 767, the question is if you are using the level D how do you move panels to different monitors and re-size them?
    Thank you
    percy
    Hi Percy, I use a program called FSpanel studio and is fantastic for building or modifying existing panels. I did also use a panel configuration from a fellow 767 builder. I can email that to you if you wish. To move the existing default 767 panels to another monitor simply go to views, click off full screen mode and then choose and right click the panel you want to shift. Click undock panel and you will now be able to move that panel across to your other monitors and resize them if you wish. Click back to full screen after you have finished moving them. If you want to save that setup , make sure you save it in that non full screen mode first. When you go to load flight sim next time and load that saved flight, you will find you will probably be in fullscreen mode, so simply go out of fullscreen mode again, right click the panels and click undock again, this time they should automatically zip across to where you last saved them. Then just click back to fullscreen mode. Once you have done it a few times it takes no time at all. Thats how i do it and it works without any hiccups. If there is an easier solution mate , I don't know about it yet. If you get stuck or need any more help just sing out

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    Re: 767 300 update 14

    Drewsta

    Thank you for the information, yes I would appreciate the panel config..sailday62@msn.com. You did a great job on your sim.

    Thanks again
    percy

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    Re: 767 300 update 14

    Very cool!!!
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    Re: 767 300 update 14

    looking good!

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    Re: 767 300 update 14

    Love this project!Been following your work here on mycockpit and on youtube.
    Been a big inspiration for me as ive been working on my sim,even though im
    building a 737NG.

    Keep up the work on that masterpiece of yours

    ROCK!!/Lennart

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