This is my first FIP gauge for multi-engines, which was earlier requested by Rune
Koppen who lives in Norway. It is a replica of the RPM gauge on his favorite Twin Piper Navajo. The gauge is not a complicated one but still requires some times and efforts on the graphics side.
On this celebrating Christmas time, the gauge Continue reading
The Enhanced Fuel Gauges has just been updated to include a blackish metallic background instead of the earlier pure black color background. Valid users should have found the Download link of the new gauge in their mailbox already.
Similar metallic touch to Continue reading
As the predecessor or more accurate the parent of P3D, MS FSX of course possesses the same characteristics via changes from the Eight (8) Thresholds in Heights and Thicknesses as mentioned in the last two posts regarding cloud effects in P3D.
Perhaps some of you have figured out that the remaining five (5) thresholds that decisively transform cumulus cloud appearance besides the Base Height are all related to the Cloud Thickness.
It’s true that varying cloud coverages Continue reading
Although by changing the base, ceiling, thickness and coverage values of the cumulus cloud from P3D’s Advanced Weather option, one can generate different cloud effects, there are Eight (8) Basic Thresholds that actually determine the ultimate appearance of the cumulus cloud in the simulator.
The first three (3) relates to Continue reading
Was originally planning to finish the Heading Indicator in coming January but couldn’t help to get this Attitude Indicator with Announciator jumping the line, as I found the showing of information corresponding to the status of the aircraft more prevailing.
In addition to the newly made Attitude Indicator and Announciator Panel, extra displays for ADF, NAV1, NAV2, DME1, DME2 and XPDR were also implemented so that single Radio Panel users like me don’t have to switch frequently just for Continue reading