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    Hey Guys.
    Just downloaded the Dino Cattineo F-14D, great plane however the panel display won't show.
    The aircraft is powered up with engines running, can't get the MFD (If thats what it's called) to show.
    Those two parts of the panel are Black as if, they have not been turned on.

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    Maybe something I'm missing, how can i get them to display?

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    So, By your pics, those screens are working and yours are not?? What version of FSX are you running? Acceleration installed?
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    Is the Avionics switch ON ???

    Rob

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    Cool Dino Cattineo panel

    I'm using the regular FSX, Acceleration isn't installed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by flightquarters View Post
    I'm using the regular FSX, Acceleration isn't installed...
    There, I suspect is your problem....
    GET Acceleration. Install it. Try again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flightquarters View Post
    I'm using the regular FSX, Acceleration isn't installed...
    I think that Dino used the gauge file from the default F-18 to make his Displays work. That's missing in FSX without Acceleration.

    Kind of the same situation on his F-35. He used an Acceleration command to open the fan doors to allow for the hover mode.
    Last edited by mrzippy; 04-07-2021 at 07:17 AM.
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    Well Iv'e tried to look for that button however, i don't know where that is.
    Where is the power button located?..Can you take a snapshot of it and, place the picture here?

    Thanks.

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    You might be right i have that sim coming in afew days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrzippy View Post
    I think that Dino used the gauge file from the default F-18 to make his Displays work. That's missing in FSX without Acceleration.

    Kind of the same situation on his F-35. He used an Acceleration command to open the fan doors to allow for the hover mode.
    You are right on both counts ....
    Both aircraft were made for FSX-Accell.
    Like using the default Accel HUD gauge and some new .air file tweaks, for the F14D.
    And using the TAILHOOK HANDLE Avar for control of the fandoors in the F35B

    Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcbarend View Post
    You are right on both counts ....
    Both aircraft were made for FSX-Accell.
    Like using the default Accel HUD gauge and some new .air file tweaks, for the F14D.
    And using the TAILHOOK HANDLE Avar for control of the fandoors in the F35B

    Rob
    OMG! Right on 2 counts in one post!.......Gonna mark that day on my calendar!
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