Northwest 102 wrote:Is it possible to copy just the regular Microsoft GPS and save it into any panel using the Pro edition?
I'm flying a C-123 from Minnesota to Texas and I have no idea how long my flight will be and when I need to descend until I'm right over the airport.
I haven't fired up my copy of FS 2002 for a while, but as it can be done with FS 2004 very easily, I suspect that the same procedure can be accomplished in FS 2002 just by adding the details to the panel.cfg file; Gauge type, x,y, X,Y, coordinates, etc...
Copy the gauge details from an existing panel, cfg...modify the position and size, and add them to the new panel.cfg file.
Example copied from my FS2004 default Cessna 172...>>>
To make the job really easy, this program is worth its weight in gold for; "Panel Modifying Enthusiasts"....
P.S....Fairchild C123 Provider, Air America...one of my favourite aircraft!