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Post by suddste223 » Sun Nov 26, 2006 4:12 pm

hi,

Can you just for fun repaint the deafault B777-300 with British Airways?

I cant find one anywhere. I know there is a meljet but the autopilot doesnt work when I use it. I cant find any other ones. Thanks!


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Post by suddste223 » Sun Nov 26, 2006 4:26 pm

like this:
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Post by pilot_alex_14 » Mon Nov 27, 2006 2:15 am

i need a paintkit for defult 777 if you can find the paintkit i will be more then welcome
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Post by capt.PropwashKCHS » Mon Nov 27, 2006 4:50 am

crazy thought, why not trade the panel out on the meljet for the default one that does have a working Autopilot, then you can have your plane and fly it too. lol (sorry for the pun) just a thought.
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Post by suddste223 » Mon Nov 27, 2006 4:15 pm

capt.PropwashKCHS wrote:crazy thought, why not trade the panel out on the meljet for the default one that does have a working Autopilot, then you can have your plane and fly it too. lol (sorry for the pun) just a thought.

yea, Im not sure what you mean, I already have the deafault FS panel installed into the meljet if thats what you mean.
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Post by pmckay » Mon Nov 27, 2006 4:43 pm

He needs to open the aircraft config file and enable the a/p from there. This is from the default 777:

[autopilot]
autopilot_available= 1
flight_director_available= 1
default_vertical_speed= 1800.0
autothrottle_available= 1
autothrottle_arming_required= 1
autothrottle_max_rpm = 90
autothrottle_takeoff_ga= 1

Just highlight and substitute only the information shown, not the whole block of text.
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Post by suddste223 » Mon Nov 27, 2006 4:46 pm

pmckay wrote:He needs to open the aircraft config file and enable the a/p from there. This is from the default 777:

[autopilot]
autopilot_available= 1
flight_director_available= 1
default_vertical_speed= 1800.0
autothrottle_available= 1
autothrottle_arming_required= 1
autothrottle_max_rpm = 90
autothrottle_takeoff_ga= 1

Just highlight and substitute only the information shown, not the whole block of text.
yes, this is what I have:
[autopilot]
autopilot_available= 1
flight_director_available= 1
default_vertical_speed= 1500.0
autothrottle_available= 1
autothrottle_arming_required= 1
autothrottle_max_rpm = 90
autothrottle_takeoff_ga= 1
pitch_takeoff_ga = 8;
max_pitch=10.000000
max_pitch_acceleration=1.000000
max_pitch_velocity_lo_alt=2.000000
max_pitch_velocity_hi_alt=1.500000
max_pitch_velocity_lo_alt_breakpoint=20000.000000
max_pitch_velocity_hi_alt_breakpoint=28000.000000
max_bank_acceleration=1.800000
max_bank_velocity=3.000000
max_throttle_rate=0.100000
nav_proportional_control=9.000000
nav_integrator_control=0.250000
nav_derivative_control=0.000000
nav_integrator_boundary=2.500000
nav_derivative_boundary=0.000000
gs_proportional_control=9.520000
gs_integrator_control=0.260000
gs_derivative_control=0.000000
gs_integrator_boundary=0.700000
gs_derivative_boundary=0.000000
yaw_damper_gain=0.000000


the wired thig is that it worked in the simulator before the one it was on before.
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Post by suddste223 » Mon Nov 27, 2006 5:26 pm

oh, yeah I forgot to mention that the meljet I am trying to get to work on is Flight Simulator X. Its just when I create a flight plan and then flick the NAV/GPS switch to GPS and then BC and APPR on and then its supposed to lock on to the GPS flight plan. but when I do this on the meljet it just does nothing and goes in a straight line.
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Post by rd » Mon Nov 27, 2006 6:55 pm

What do you have in your panel cfg. ??? Can you post it up please.

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Post by suddste223 » Mon Nov 27, 2006 7:07 pm

rd wrote:What do you have in your panel cfg. ??? Can you post it up please.

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yea, here it is:

// Panel Configuration File
// Boeing 777-300
// Copyright (c) 1999-2001 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

[Window Titles]
Window00=Main Panel
window01=Radio Stack
Window02=GPS
window03=Throttle Quadrant
window04=Compass


[Window00]
file=Forward_640.bmp
file_1024=Forward_1024.bmp
size_mm=640
window_size_ratio=1.0
position=7
visible=1
ident=MAIN_PANEL

gauge00=Boeing777-300!Anti_Ice_Switch,406,15
gauge01=Boeing777-300!Ignition_Left,459,15
gauge02=Boeing777-300!Ignition_Right,537,15
gauge03=Boeing777-300!Fuel_Selector,588,15
gauge04=Boeing777-300!Autobrake,554,404
gauge05=Boeing777-300!Gear_Lever,602,380
gauge06=Boeing777-300!Pitch_Trim_Ind,554,248
gauge07=Boeing777-300!Pitch_Trim_Knob,558,345
gauge08=Boeing777-300!Rudder_Trim_Ind,584,308
gauge09=Boeing777-300!Rudder_Trim_Knob,597,339
gauge10=Boeing777-300!Aileron_Trim_Ind,583,247
gauge11=Boeing777-300!Aileron_Trim_Switch,595,276
gauge13=Boeing777-300!Beacon_Nav_Light_Switch,9,380
gauge14=Boeing777-300!Nose_Light_Switch,1,431
gauge15=Boeing777-300!Strobe_Light_Switch,29,431
gauge16=Boeing777-300!Taxi_Light_Switch,49,431
gauge17=Boeing777-300!Clock,0,282
gauge18=Boeing777-300!Autopilot,255,182
gauge19=Boeing777-300!Backup_Attitude,476,246
gauge20=Boeing777-300!Backup_Altimeter,476,323
gauge21=Boeing777-300!Backup_Airspeed,476,400
gauge22=Boeing777-300!PFD,75,255
gauge23=Boeing777-300!MFD,274,255
gauge24=Boeing777-300!Avionics_Switch,21,244
gauge25=Boeing777-300!Master_Caution,225,186
gauge26=Boeing777-300!Autostart,500,17
gauge31=SimIcons!Kneeboard Icon, 156, 457
gauge32=SimIcons!ATC Icon, 169, 457
gauge33=SimIcons!Map Icon, 182, 457
gauge34=SimIcons!Avionics Icon, 195, 457
gauge35=SimIcons!GPS Icon, 208, 457
gauge36=SimIcons!ECU Icon, 221, 457
gauge37=SimIcons!Compass Icon, 234, 457


[Window01]
size_mm=127,347
position=8
visible=0
BACKGROUND_COLOR=2,2,2
ident=RADIO_STACK_PANEL

gauge00=Boeing777-300!Comm 1, 0, 0
gauge01=Boeing777-300!Comm 2, 0, 54
gauge02=Boeing777-300!Nav 1, 0, 108
gauge03=Boeing777-300!Nav 2, 0, 162
gauge04=Boeing777-300!Transponder, 0, 216
gauge05=Boeing777-300!ADF, 0, 265
gauge06=Boeing777-300!Audio, 0, 319

[Window02]
size_mm=150,250
position=8
BACKGROUND_COLOR=16,16,16
VISIBLE=0
ident=GPS_PANEL

gauge00=gps!gps,0,0,150,250


[Window03]
size_mm=201
window_size_ratio=1.0
position=0
BACKGROUND_COLOR=16,16,16
visible=0
ident=THROTTLE_PANEL

gauge00=Boeing777-300!Throttle Quadrant, 0, 0


[Window04]
background_color=138,118,106
size_mm=70
position=2
visible=0
ident=COMPASS_PANEL

gauge00=Magnetic_Compass!Magnetic-Compass,0,0

[VCockpit01]
size_mm=512,512
pixel_size=512,512
texture=$main_t
background_color=0,0,0
visible=0

gauge00=Boeing777-300!PFD, 0, 222, 255, 288
gauge01=Boeing777-300!MFD, 256, 222, 255, 288
gauge02=Magnetic_Compass!Magnetic-Compass, 1, 1, 95, 94
gauge03=Boeing777-300!Clock, 1, 96, 122, 125
gauge04=Boeing777-300!Backup_Attitude, 256, 94, 125, 125
gauge05=Boeing777-300!Backup_Airspeed, 128, 94, 125, 125
gauge06=Boeing777-300!Backup_Altimeter, 384, 94, 125, 125

[VCockpit02]
size_mm=512,512
pixel_size=512,512
texture=$main2_t
background_color=0,0,0
visible=0

gauge00=Boeing747-400!Standby Altimeter, 0, 113, 111, 101
gauge01=Boeing747-400!Standby Airspeed Indicator, 112, 114, 111, 110
gauge02=Boeing747-400!Standby Attitude Indicator, 113, 1, 111, 111
gauge03=Boeing747-400!Primary Flight Display, 6, 234, 243, 267
gauge04=Boeing747-400!Multi-Function Display, 277, 259, 224, 252
gauge05=Boeing747-400!Clock, 1, 1, 113, 113
gauge06=Boeing747-400!EICAS Display, 277, 2, 224, 252
gauge07=Magnetic_Compass!Magnetic-Compass,225, 176, 50, 49


[VCockpit03]
size_mm=512,512
pixel_size=512,512
texture=$main3_t
background_color=0,0,0
visible=0

gauge00=737-400!OMI Lights, 121, 294, 17, 56
gauge01=737-400!Airspeed, 250, 379, 129, 129
gauge02=737-400!RMI, 384, 362, 124, 149
gauge03=737-400!Altimeter, 144, 409, 102, 102
gauge04=737-400!Vertical Speed, 41, 410, 99, 101
gauge05=737-400!Clock, 140, 303, 99, 99
gauge06=737-400!ADI, 320, 0, 192, 166
gauge07=737-400!HSI, 322, 166, 186, 193
gauge08=737-400!Fuel Quantity, 2, 338, 115, 55
gauge09=737-400!Main Set, 0, 0, 172, 293
gauge10=737-400!Oil, 171, 0, 142, 291
gauge11=737-400!Flaps, 261, 291, 58, 58
gauge12=737-400!Nose Gear Light, 79, 295, 38, 19
gauge13=737-400!Left Gear Light, 1, 417, 35, 17
gauge14=737-400!Right Gear Light, 1, 474, 35, 17
gauge15=737-400!Flaps Ext, 42, 295, 34, 18
gauge16=737-400!Flaps Transit, 244, 354, 36, 18
gauge17=737-400!Reverser Unlocked Left, 82, 316, 34, 17
gauge18=737-400!Reverser Unlocked Right, 283, 354, 36, 18
gauge19=737-400!AT Lim, 44, 316, 34, 17
gauge20=737-400!Start Valve Left, 1, 455, 35, 16
gauge21=737-400!Low Oil Left, 1, 437, 35, 16
gauge22=737-400!Low Oil Right, 1, 398, 35, 16
gauge23=737-400!Start Valve Right, 1, 494, 35, 16
gauge24=Magnetic_Compass!Magnetic-Compass, 1, 294, 39, 39


[Default View]
X=0
Y=0
SIZE_X=8192
SIZE_Y=3100

[Color]
Day=255,255,255
Night=159,92,124
Luminous=181,64,64
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Post by suddste223 » Mon Nov 27, 2006 8:54 pm

oh, yea, another thing I forgot to mention was that another repaint of the Meljet 777 was the dreamliner and that worked on FSX, could this just be a repaint problem?
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Post by rd » Tue Nov 28, 2006 5:17 am

Oh heck. Now that makes everything even easier than before. Just copy the panel of the Dreamliner. Then delete the one that won't show up. Then past the Dreamliner one in its place. This way both 777's have the same panel/gauge assembly.

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Post by suddste223 » Tue Nov 28, 2006 4:02 pm

rd wrote:Oh heck. Now that makes everything even easier than before. Just copy the panel of the Dreamliner. Then delete the one that won't show up. Then past the Dreamliner one in its place. This way both 777's have the same panel/gauge assembly.

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oh, yeah, I never even thought of that! Thanks!
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Post by suddste223 » Tue Nov 28, 2006 4:33 pm

rd wrote:Oh heck. Now that makes everything even easier than before. Just copy the panel of the Dreamliner. Then delete the one that won't show up. Then past the Dreamliner one in its place. This way both 777's have the same panel/gauge assembly.

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Its not that the panel on the Meljet repaint wont show up, Its jsut the autopilot desnt respond when you press all the right buttons. could your idea still work?
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Post by rd » Tue Nov 28, 2006 6:24 pm

I assumed that you would have tried it before posting again.

Of course it will work. If it works on the Dreamliner, then it will work on the repaint.

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Post by suddste223 » Tue Nov 28, 2006 9:20 pm

rd wrote:I assumed that you would have tried it before posting again.

Of course it will work. If it works on the Dreamliner, then it will work on the repaint.

RD

yea, im sorry, I dont start Flight Simulator on weekdays. I can do it tommorow night though!

Thanks for the help!
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Edit by RD: The phantom Editor has returned it seems like. No worries though. I deleted the 2 posts concerning your concerns. Just post back when you have tried moving your panels around.
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Post by suddste223 » Wed Nov 29, 2006 5:51 pm

yeah, Ive tested it and the Meljet 777 still doesnt work. any help?
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Post by rd » Wed Nov 29, 2006 5:57 pm

OK, lets try this. Can you post up the links for the Dreamliner and the Meljet 777 repaint and original. This way I can see what I can do for you.

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Post by suddste223 » Wed Nov 29, 2006 6:27 pm

rd wrote:OK, lets try this. Can you post up the links for the Dreamliner and the Meljet 777 repaint and original. This way I can see what I can do for you.

RD

I just tryed the Meljet 777 Paint kit and that did not work either. I seems just the dreamliner worked.

heres the link for the dreamliner Meljet 777-240LR:
http://www.surclaro.com/download.php?op=getit&lid=13962

and heres the British Airways repaint:
http://library.avsim.net/download.php?DLID=66659
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Post by rd » Thu Nov 30, 2006 5:55 am

Well, here's a couple points you may or may not have noticed. The Worldliner is a different model than the British Airways. So they will clash. You have to get the Meljet 777-200 for the BA, while the Worldliner is a 777-240.

But, all is not lost....

On your repaint, in FSX, open the panel folder, then delete everything in it. Then copy/paste what you see below.

[fltsim]
alias=b737_800\panel

This will make your repaint panel work on the default 737-800 and have a fully functional GPS that is in FSX.

My big question is.....How did you get the Worldliner panel/GPS to work when it is aliased to a 777-300, that is not in FSX????

Do you have a 777-300 installed in FSX??? If so, then just copy your Worldliner Panel into your repaint. If not, then do the above.

This is hard to do and explain. I don't know what you have and don't have that I can see right in front of my and have access to. So I don't know what I can and cannot manipulate.

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Post by suddste223 » Thu Nov 30, 2006 8:24 am

rd wrote:Well, here's a couple points you may or may not have noticed. The Worldliner is a different model than the British Airways. So they will clash. You have to get the Meljet 777-200 for the BA, while the Worldliner is a 777-240.

But, all is not lost....

On your repaint, in FSX, open the panel folder, then delete everything in it. Then copy/paste what you see below.

[fltsim]
alias=b737_800\panel

This will make your repaint panel work on the default 737-800 and have a fully functional GPS that is in FSX.

My big question is.....How did you get the Worldliner panel/GPS to work when it is aliased to a 777-300, that is not in FSX????

Do you have a 777-300 installed in FSX??? If so, then just copy your Worldliner Panel into your repaint. If not, then do the above.

This is hard to do and explain. I don't know what you have and don't have that I can see right in front of my and have access to. So I don't know what I can and cannot manipulate.

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I used the deafault panel from FS2002 and FS2004 to get the dreamliner panel to work.

I wount be around untill Saturday so Ill check then.
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Post by suddste223 » Sat Dec 02, 2006 9:27 pm

I have tested it and still doesnt work with the deafault FSX B737-800 panel. Please help!
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Post by rd » Sat Dec 02, 2006 9:50 pm

Where did you put your repaint??? I need to know EXACTLY what type and model of Boeing 777 and who made it.

I have read this entire thread at least a dozen times. And honestly, I cannot figure out what your doing wrong.

I recommended you copy your dreamliner panel, and then delete your repaint panel, and then paste your dreamliner panel in its place. If your dreamliner works, then so should your repaint. PERIOD.

So tell me where your having major malfunctions carrying this out.

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Post by suddste223 » Sat Dec 02, 2006 10:06 pm

rd wrote:Where did you put your repaint??? I need to know EXACTLY what type and model of Boeing 777 and who made it.

I have read this entire thread at least a dozen times. And honestly, I cannot figure out what your doing wrong.

I recommended you copy your dreamliner panel, and then delete your repaint panel, and then paste your dreamliner panel in its place. If your dreamliner works, then so should your repaint. PERIOD.

So tell me where your having major malfunctions carrying this out.

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right, I have found that even the paint kit that has not been painted (white) does not work either.

here is the Meljet panel.cfg:

// Panel Configuration File
// Boeing 777-300
// Copyright (c) 1999-2001 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

[Window Titles]
Window00=Main Panel
window01=Radio Stack
Window02=GPS
window03=Throttle Quadrant
window04=Compass


[Window00]
file=Forward_640.bmp
file_1024=Forward_1024.bmp
size_mm=640
window_size_ratio=1.0
position=7
visible=1
ident=MAIN_PANEL

gauge00=Boeing777-300!Anti_Ice_Switch,406,15
gauge01=Boeing777-300!Ignition_Left,459,15
gauge02=Boeing777-300!Ignition_Right,537,15
gauge03=Boeing777-300!Fuel_Selector,588,15
gauge04=Boeing777-300!Autobrake,554,404
gauge05=Boeing777-300!Gear_Lever,602,380
gauge06=Boeing777-300!Pitch_Trim_Ind,554,248
gauge07=Boeing777-300!Pitch_Trim_Knob,558,345
gauge08=Boeing777-300!Rudder_Trim_Ind,584,308
gauge09=Boeing777-300!Rudder_Trim_Knob,597,339
gauge10=Boeing777-300!Aileron_Trim_Ind,583,247
gauge11=Boeing777-300!Aileron_Trim_Switch,595,276
gauge13=Boeing777-300!Beacon_Nav_Light_Switch,9,380
gauge14=Boeing777-300!Nose_Light_Switch,1,431
gauge15=Boeing777-300!Strobe_Light_Switch,29,431
gauge16=Boeing777-300!Taxi_Light_Switch,49,431
gauge17=Boeing777-300!Clock,0,282
gauge18=Boeing777-300!Autopilot,255,182
gauge19=Boeing777-300!Backup_Attitude,476,246
gauge20=Boeing777-300!Backup_Altimeter,476,323
gauge21=Boeing777-300!Backup_Airspeed,476,400
gauge22=Boeing777-300!PFD,75,255
gauge23=Boeing777-300!MFD,274,255
gauge24=Boeing777-300!Avionics_Switch,21,244
gauge25=Boeing777-300!Master_Caution,225,186
gauge26=Boeing777-300!Autostart,500,17
gauge31=SimIcons!Kneeboard Icon, 156, 457
gauge32=SimIcons!ATC Icon, 169, 457
gauge33=SimIcons!Map Icon, 182, 457
gauge34=SimIcons!Avionics Icon, 195, 457
gauge35=SimIcons!GPS Icon, 208, 457
gauge36=SimIcons!ECU Icon, 221, 457
gauge37=SimIcons!Compass Icon, 234, 457


[Window01]
size_mm=127,347
position=8
visible=0
BACKGROUND_COLOR=2,2,2
ident=RADIO_STACK_PANEL

gauge00=Boeing777-300!Comm 1, 0, 0
gauge01=Boeing777-300!Comm 2, 0, 54
gauge02=Boeing777-300!Nav 1, 0, 108
gauge03=Boeing777-300!Nav 2, 0, 162
gauge04=Boeing777-300!Transponder, 0, 216
gauge05=Boeing777-300!ADF, 0, 265
gauge06=Boeing777-300!Audio, 0, 319

[Window02]
size_mm=150,250
position=8
BACKGROUND_COLOR=16,16,16
VISIBLE=0
ident=GPS_PANEL

gauge00=gps!gps,0,0,150,250


[Window03]
size_mm=201
window_size_ratio=1.0
position=0
BACKGROUND_COLOR=16,16,16
visible=0
ident=THROTTLE_PANEL

gauge00=Boeing777-300!Throttle Quadrant, 0, 0


[Window04]
background_color=138,118,106
size_mm=70
position=2
visible=0
ident=COMPASS_PANEL

gauge00=Magnetic_Compass!Magnetic-Compass,0,0

[VCockpit01]
size_mm=512,512
pixel_size=512,512
texture=$main_t
background_color=0,0,0
visible=0

gauge00=Boeing777-300!PFD, 0, 222, 255, 288
gauge01=Boeing777-300!MFD, 256, 222, 255, 288
gauge02=Magnetic_Compass!Magnetic-Compass, 1, 1, 95, 94
gauge03=Boeing777-300!Clock, 1, 96, 122, 125
gauge04=Boeing777-300!Backup_Attitude, 256, 94, 125, 125
gauge05=Boeing777-300!Backup_Airspeed, 128, 94, 125, 125
gauge06=Boeing777-300!Backup_Altimeter, 384, 94, 125, 125

[VCockpit02]
size_mm=512,512
pixel_size=512,512
texture=$main2_t
background_color=0,0,0
visible=0

gauge00=Boeing747-400!Standby Altimeter, 0, 113, 111, 101
gauge01=Boeing747-400!Standby Airspeed Indicator, 112, 114, 111, 110
gauge02=Boeing747-400!Standby Attitude Indicator, 113, 1, 111, 111
gauge03=Boeing747-400!Primary Flight Display, 6, 234, 243, 267
gauge04=Boeing747-400!Multi-Function Display, 277, 259, 224, 252
gauge05=Boeing747-400!Clock, 1, 1, 113, 113
gauge06=Boeing747-400!EICAS Display, 277, 2, 224, 252
gauge07=Magnetic_Compass!Magnetic-Compass,225, 176, 50, 49


[VCockpit03]
size_mm=512,512
pixel_size=512,512
texture=$main3_t
background_color=0,0,0
visible=0

gauge00=737-400!OMI Lights, 121, 294, 17, 56
gauge01=737-400!Airspeed, 250, 379, 129, 129
gauge02=737-400!RMI, 384, 362, 124, 149
gauge03=737-400!Altimeter, 144, 409, 102, 102
gauge04=737-400!Vertical Speed, 41, 410, 99, 101
gauge05=737-400!Clock, 140, 303, 99, 99
gauge06=737-400!ADI, 320, 0, 192, 166
gauge07=737-400!HSI, 322, 166, 186, 193
gauge08=737-400!Fuel Quantity, 2, 338, 115, 55
gauge09=737-400!Main Set, 0, 0, 172, 293
gauge10=737-400!Oil, 171, 0, 142, 291
gauge11=737-400!Flaps, 261, 291, 58, 58
gauge12=737-400!Nose Gear Light, 79, 295, 38, 19
gauge13=737-400!Left Gear Light, 1, 417, 35, 17
gauge14=737-400!Right Gear Light, 1, 474, 35, 17
gauge15=737-400!Flaps Ext, 42, 295, 34, 18
gauge16=737-400!Flaps Transit, 244, 354, 36, 18
gauge17=737-400!Reverser Unlocked Left, 82, 316, 34, 17
gauge18=737-400!Reverser Unlocked Right, 283, 354, 36, 18
gauge19=737-400!AT Lim, 44, 316, 34, 17
gauge20=737-400!Start Valve Left, 1, 455, 35, 16
gauge21=737-400!Low Oil Left, 1, 437, 35, 16
gauge22=737-400!Low Oil Right, 1, 398, 35, 16
gauge23=737-400!Start Valve Right, 1, 494, 35, 16
gauge24=Magnetic_Compass!Magnetic-Compass, 1, 294, 39, 39


[Default View]
X=0
Y=0
SIZE_X=8192
SIZE_Y=3100

[Color]
Day=255,255,255
Night=159,92,124
Luminous=181,64,64




/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

and here is the Worldliner panel.cfg:

// Panel Configuration File
// Boeing 777-300
// Copyright (c) 1999-2001 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

[Window Titles]
Window00=Main Panel
window01=Radio Stack
Window02=GPS
window03=Throttle Quadrant
window04=Compass


[Window00]
file=Forward_640.bmp
file_1024=Forward_1024.bmp
size_mm=640
window_size_ratio=1.0
position=7
visible=1
ident=MAIN_PANEL

gauge00=Boeing777-300!Anti_Ice_Switch,406,15
gauge01=Boeing777-300!Ignition_Left,459,15
gauge02=Boeing777-300!Ignition_Right,537,15
gauge03=Boeing777-300!Fuel_Selector,588,15
gauge04=Boeing777-300!Autobrake,554,404
gauge05=Boeing777-300!Gear_Lever,602,380
gauge06=Boeing777-300!Pitch_Trim_Ind,554,248
gauge07=Boeing777-300!Pitch_Trim_Knob,558,345
gauge08=Boeing777-300!Rudder_Trim_Ind,584,308
gauge09=Boeing777-300!Rudder_Trim_Knob,597,339
gauge10=Boeing777-300!Aileron_Trim_Ind,583,247
gauge11=Boeing777-300!Aileron_Trim_Switch,595,276
gauge13=Boeing777-300!Beacon_Nav_Light_Switch,9,380
gauge14=Boeing777-300!Nose_Light_Switch,1,431
gauge15=Boeing777-300!Strobe_Light_Switch,29,431
gauge16=Boeing777-300!Taxi_Light_Switch,49,431
gauge17=Boeing777-300!Clock,0,282
gauge18=Boeing777-300!Autopilot,255,182
gauge19=Boeing777-300!Backup_Attitude,476,246
gauge20=Boeing777-300!Backup_Altimeter,476,323
gauge21=Boeing777-300!Backup_Airspeed,476,400
gauge22=Boeing777-300!PFD,75,255
gauge23=Boeing777-300!MFD,274,255
gauge24=Boeing777-300!Avionics_Switch,21,244
gauge25=Boeing777-300!Master_Caution,225,186
gauge26=Boeing777-300!Autostart,500,17
gauge31=SimIcons!Kneeboard Icon, 156, 457
gauge32=SimIcons!ATC Icon, 169, 457
gauge33=SimIcons!Map Icon, 182, 457
gauge34=SimIcons!Avionics Icon, 195, 457
gauge35=SimIcons!GPS Icon, 208, 457
gauge36=SimIcons!ECU Icon, 221, 457
gauge37=SimIcons!Compass Icon, 234, 457


[Window01]
size_mm=127,347
position=8
visible=0
BACKGROUND_COLOR=2,2,2
ident=RADIO_STACK_PANEL

gauge00=Boeing777-300!Comm 1, 0, 0
gauge01=Boeing777-300!Comm 2, 0, 54
gauge02=Boeing777-300!Nav 1, 0, 108
gauge03=Boeing777-300!Nav 2, 0, 162
gauge04=Boeing777-300!Transponder, 0, 216
gauge05=Boeing777-300!ADF, 0, 265
gauge06=Boeing777-300!Audio, 0, 319

[Window02]
size_mm=150,250
position=8
BACKGROUND_COLOR=16,16,16
VISIBLE=0
ident=GPS_PANEL

gauge00=gps!gps,0,0,150,250


[Window03]
size_mm=201
window_size_ratio=1.0
position=0
BACKGROUND_COLOR=16,16,16
visible=0
ident=THROTTLE_PANEL

gauge00=Boeing777-300!Throttle Quadrant, 0, 0


[Window04]
background_color=138,118,106
size_mm=70
position=2
visible=0
ident=COMPASS_PANEL

gauge00=Magnetic_Compass!Magnetic-Compass,0,0

[VCockpit01]
size_mm=512,512
pixel_size=512,512
texture=$main_t
background_color=0,0,0
visible=0

gauge00=Boeing777-300!PFD, 0, 222, 255, 288
gauge01=Boeing777-300!MFD, 256, 222, 255, 288
gauge02=Magnetic_Compass!Magnetic-Compass, 1, 1, 95, 94
gauge03=Boeing777-300!Clock, 1, 96, 122, 125
gauge04=Boeing777-300!Backup_Attitude, 256, 94, 125, 125
gauge05=Boeing777-300!Backup_Airspeed, 128, 94, 125, 125
gauge06=Boeing777-300!Backup_Altimeter, 384, 94, 125, 125

[VCockpit02]
size_mm=512,512
pixel_size=512,512
texture=$main2_t
background_color=0,0,0
visible=0

gauge00=Boeing747-400!Standby Altimeter, 0, 113, 111, 101
gauge01=Boeing747-400!Standby Airspeed Indicator, 112, 114, 111, 110
gauge02=Boeing747-400!Standby Attitude Indicator, 113, 1, 111, 111
gauge03=Boeing747-400!Primary Flight Display, 6, 234, 243, 267
gauge04=Boeing747-400!Multi-Function Display, 277, 259, 224, 252
gauge05=Boeing747-400!Clock, 1, 1, 113, 113
gauge06=Boeing747-400!EICAS Display, 277, 2, 224, 252
gauge07=Magnetic_Compass!Magnetic-Compass,225, 176, 50, 49


[VCockpit03]
size_mm=512,512
pixel_size=512,512
texture=$main3_t
background_color=0,0,0
visible=0

gauge00=737-400!OMI Lights, 121, 294, 17, 56
gauge01=737-400!Airspeed, 250, 379, 129, 129
gauge02=737-400!RMI, 384, 362, 124, 149
gauge03=737-400!Altimeter, 144, 409, 102, 102
gauge04=737-400!Vertical Speed, 41, 410, 99, 101
gauge05=737-400!Clock, 140, 303, 99, 99
gauge06=737-400!ADI, 320, 0, 192, 166
gauge07=737-400!HSI, 322, 166, 186, 193
gauge08=737-400!Fuel Quantity, 2, 338, 115, 55
gauge09=737-400!Main Set, 0, 0, 172, 293
gauge10=737-400!Oil, 171, 0, 142, 291
gauge11=737-400!Flaps, 261, 291, 58, 58
gauge12=737-400!Nose Gear Light, 79, 295, 38, 19
gauge13=737-400!Left Gear Light, 1, 417, 35, 17
gauge14=737-400!Right Gear Light, 1, 474, 35, 17
gauge15=737-400!Flaps Ext, 42, 295, 34, 18
gauge16=737-400!Flaps Transit, 244, 354, 36, 18
gauge17=737-400!Reverser Unlocked Left, 82, 316, 34, 17
gauge18=737-400!Reverser Unlocked Right, 283, 354, 36, 18
gauge19=737-400!AT Lim, 44, 316, 34, 17
gauge20=737-400!Start Valve Left, 1, 455, 35, 16
gauge21=737-400!Low Oil Left, 1, 437, 35, 16
gauge22=737-400!Low Oil Right, 1, 398, 35, 16
gauge23=737-400!Start Valve Right, 1, 494, 35, 16
gauge24=Magnetic_Compass!Magnetic-Compass, 1, 294, 39, 39


[Default View]
X=0
Y=0
SIZE_X=8192
SIZE_Y=3100

[Color]
Day=255,255,255
Night=159,92,124
Luminous=181,64,64

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////



btw: the Dreamlner panel is the same deafault panel as the FS2002 and FS2004 panel for the 777. they are both the same panels.
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here is the dreamliner.
Meljetreapint.JPG
this is the meljet repaint
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Post by rd » Sat Dec 02, 2006 10:57 pm

I am going to say this one last time. And then I am done. Pay very close attention to what I am going to tell you. ( and I will apologize now for shouting, but you are obviously not getting the picture as to what to do)

IF THE DREAMLINER PANEL WORKS IN FSX, THEN GO TO WHERE THE PANEL FOLDER IS. RIGHT CLICK IT. THEN COPY IT, THE COMPLETE FOLDER. THEN OPEN THE REPAINT YOU WANT TO HAVE THE GPS WORKING. NOW DELETE THAT PANEL FOLDER. DO THIS BY HIGHLIGHTING IT, THEN RIGHT CLICKING IT, AND THEN DELETE. THEN RIGHT CLICK, AGAIN, AND HIT PASTE. THIS WILL PUT THE DREAMLINER PANEL FOLDER IN PLACE OF THE REPAINTED ONE THAT DOESN'T WORK. IF IT DOESN'T WORK, THEN YOUR NOT TELLING ME WHAT YOUR DOING WRONG

It is NOT that hard to manipulate files and folders, even in FSX. Do what I said above, and it will work. If not, VERY SORRY, but I can't help anymore.

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Post by suddste223 » Sat Dec 02, 2006 11:19 pm

rd wrote:I am going to say this one last time. And then I am done. Pay very close attention to what I am going to tell you. ( and I will apologize now for shouting, but you are obviously not getting the picture as to what to do)

IF THE DREAMLINER PANEL WORKS IN FSX, THEN GO TO WHERE THE PANEL FOLDER IS. RIGHT CLICK IT. THEN COPY IT, THE COMPLETE FOLDER. THEN OPEN THE REPAINT YOU WANT TO HAVE THE GPS WORKING. NOW DELETE THAT PANEL FOLDER. DO THIS BY HIGHLIGHTING IT, THEN RIGHT CLICKING IT, AND THEN DELETE. THEN RIGHT CLICK, AGAIN, AND HIT PASTE. THIS WILL PUT THE DREAMLINER PANEL FOLDER IN PLACE OF THE REPAINTED ONE THAT DOESN'T WORK. IF IT DOESN'T WORK, THEN YOUR NOT TELLING ME WHAT YOUR DOING WRONG

It is NOT that hard to manipulate files and folders, even in FSX. Do what I said above, and it will work. If not, VERY SORRY, but I can't help anymore.

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I did what you said above and it still does not work. can you download the paint kit of the Meljet and put it onto your Flight Simulator X to see if it works on yours?
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Post by rd » Sat Dec 02, 2006 11:29 pm

Not only can I, I already did. And it worked just fine. :twisted:

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Post by suddste223 » Sat Dec 02, 2006 11:33 pm

rd wrote:Not only can I, I already did. And it worked just fine. :twisted:

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and you did what I did? (got the correct plane, programmed the GPS to lock onto the flightplan, pressed the NAV/GPS button to GPS, and then pressed BC and APPR)?



If you did, then, It must be a problem with the installation of FSX or my computer. Ill reinstall it in a few weeks.

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