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    Flyware.nl has the ultimate software for cockpit builders. Select, Drag,Resize over 100 different networked gauges - Basic 6, Navigation, Piston, Turboprop, Jet or Generic gauges - Glass panels for 737, EICAS for 747 & Fokker 70/100. Also includes FMS. It is designed to work with FsX, Fs2004, X-Plane, and Prepar3D

    We will present this year a sequence of updates and extensions, some of them minor, some extensive.

    One of the new updates contains a Mooney Bravo panel, as
    as well as a set of new engine gauges for the Kingair 200 and 350.

    Added features:
    ◦ QNH will be 2-sided, so the F/O can set his own altimeter (transition altitude/height).
    ◦ The ADF indicator will change now needles VOR1/VOR2 and ADF1/ADF2. A separate key command can be set for this purpose.
    ◦ Night lighting is now available. You can set you intensity and tone of colour.
    ◦ For those who run more than 1 client on a machine: You can set the name of the client so you can easily identify it.
    ◦ The new Radar Altitude Indicator (Collins) shows an amber Decision Height light. And of course a bug to set.


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