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FS2004 Version 2. 0 Analog Mini Panel. Updated with many new pop-up windows to help improve visibility on the Mini Panel screen and add more functionality. This is an entirely new panel so you do not need my previous version. A pop-up Glass Cockpit panel has been added to this version. To access the minipanel from the main 2d panel press the W key. To return to the main panel press the W two more times. You cannot access this mini panel from the 3d virtual panel. Most of the gauges on the panel are self explanatory but I will describe or reference information on some of the more complex but very useful gauges on the minipanel. There are several icons in the lower right hand corner of the mini panel that will access several pop-up windows. These pop-up windows can be resized and moved on th
Show more... e screen to where ever you desire. If you click the center of any of the primary flight gauges on the mini panel screen they will be enlarge. Click in the center again to close the expanded gauge. The informational gauges for nearest airports and navigational information are transparent and sometimes the information on is difficult to read in certain lighting conditions. If you click on either informational gauge it will add a black background that allows for easier visibility. I wanted to provide as much visibility as possible on the mini panel that is why they were made transparent. Since these are transparent it can be a bit difficult to find the hot spot to click. You will need to click on one of the letters or numbers. With a little expermentation you will find where its easiest to click and bring up the data with a black background. Once the black background is up click on it again to return to a transparent background. Thanks to Lee Hetherington for his remarkable TCAS gauge. Thanks to Karol Chlebowski for the use of the very impressive TFR, On Speed, Autopilot, Data MFD, Radar Altitude, and SALS v9 gauges. Thanks to Eric Marciano for his new Version 2. 0 Radar. Thanks to Glenn Copeland for his extremely functional Cockpit Commander gauge. Thanks to Ken Mitchell for his PFD and MFD gauges. Thanks to Edi Hirsch for his Nav-Info gauge. Thanks to Robert K Guy for his fuelstat gauge. Thanks to Ed Struzynski for FS Panel Studio, which was used to assemble this panel. [COPYRIGHT & DISTRIBUTION] The software contained in this archive is supplied as freeware, and as such no fee or charge may be made for its use. The author grants permission for the free distribution of this panel in its PRESENT FORM ONLY, however the aforementioned archive and its contents, as well as all other freeware files included in this package remain the exclusive copyright of their respective authors, and again, no charge may be for any part of this archive. DISCLAIMER There is no warranty or guarantee of any kind, expressed or implied, for any problems whatsoever resulting from the use of this software (though its very unlikely). The user assumes all risk related to the use of these files. Bill McClellan Email: kv0iatcox. net Show less...

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