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    Default Undocking panel view

    Hello:
    I have a problem. I own your 737-400 and love its realism. I have but one problem. I have built a simulator and use 2 monitors, one above the other. the upper monitor is my out of the window view and the second monitor, just below it is part of dash gauges. My problem is this. With FS2002, I can undock the instrument cluster from the main view and bring the gauges down to the lower monitor. when I attempt to do that with your 737-400, it bring the windshield and supports down with it, creating an unreal view. Is there any way to eliminate the window struts and just bring the instrument cluster down when undocked? If not, could another panel be used in its place?
    With the cost of monitors so low these days, im sure many have run into the same problem.
    Thanks
    supercoup8@aol.com

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    Default RE: Undocking panel view

    I'd recommend getting FSPanel Studio, save the original bitmaps and panel.cfg file and then work on modifying your own for your own use. That way you can design and make your own instrument display that doesn't include the windshield pillars.
    Regards,

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    Default RE: Undocking panel view

    Hey:
    Thanks for the great advice. Im going to get started on it right now

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