4.36Mb (3793 downloads)
This is a comprehensive Boeing 777 Panel with full functionality on almost all controls. It is designed specifically for FSX and for a 1920X1080 sized screen although it will work on other hi-res screens. Features include fully working, 13 CRT displays, detailed checklists, a neat little Ground Handling gauge giving 4 individual opening doors, Jetway, and Pushback, and detailed documentation. Although this is a fairly complex panel it can be flown quite easily and it is unnecessary to deal with all the features if not wanted. It is written entirely in XML so anyone who understands XML can see how it works and it probably should work on FS9 although this has not been tested. All of the gauges are new although the PFD and MFD are based on the default Boeing 737-800 gauges.
Posted Apr 17, 2015 21:13 by G. Munro
0.66Mb (1256 downloads)
The following mini-panel is great it has such a vintage sleek look and works like a charm i have listed all of the features below this is a great feature for someone who has an extra monitor to keep it up hope you like it Enjoy! Airspeed Indicator Altimeter Analog Clock Fuel Remaining Vertical Speed Indicator Torque Suction RPM RMI
Posted Mar 31, 2015 23:08 by WeFly Works Team
0.00Mb (1378 downloads)
The On-Screen Throttle meter will help users when there is no physical throttle quadrant available you will be able to use this module/gauge for multi-engine aircraft and work flawlessly.
Posted Mar 30, 2015 19:29 by WeFly Works Team
10.58Mb (2115 downloads)
This is a new panel for the Boeing 747-400 based on photos of actual flight decks and on the panel designed by Ken Mitchell in the early 2000s. Most of the more complex gauges are modified default gauges with extensive bug fixing and replacement of obsolete gauges. This panel works well with the default Boeing 747 and also with others. It is specifically designed for high resolution and will probably not work on 640X480 screens. All gauges are in XML so although it has been tested for FSX it will probably work on FS9. This panel actually works "out-of-the-box" without issues. All panel labels are also clearly readable.
Posted Feb 18, 2015 08:16 by G. Munro
13.29Mb (2150 downloads)
New 2D panel and (if you want) extra fixed views for Vlad Zhyhulskiys FS 2004 Osprey model! With FMC, TCAS, PFD, HSI, Engine and System displays. Has no VC. Please read installation.txt for the fixed 2D views in FSX!Only tested in FSX + Acceleration! Many thanks to Vlad Zhyhulskiy for the original V22 Osprey model, Yahia for new aerodynamics, Douglas S. Dawson for his gauge, that allows additional 2D views in FSX, Philippe Wallaert for the Autopilot and Dietmar Loleit for the TCAS gauge! Honeywell for the FMC and the unknown guy(s) who have made the PFD and HSI display for the F-18 Hornet! Dash24 for a part of his pic which I have used to make the main panel!
Posted Feb 17, 2015 16:40 by Andiroto
7.94Mb (821 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 VC mode for the Messerschmitt BF109E from Pierre Marchadier. (Requires Messerschmitt_BF-109EF.zip from Michael E. Roberts). This addon provides a basic VC which is matching the 2D-panel (nonfunctional gauges), weapon effects and FSX-camera views. Configuration by Erwin Welker
Posted May 28, 2014 05:17 by Erwin Welker
8.62Mb (1097 downloads)
FSX photorealistic Panel for MRCA Tornado. The panel provides three wingman views and comes with camera- and weapon configuration. For the DSB-Tornado there are two different load out models with VC, one for the pilot (the animation of the fuel nozzle can be watched) and one for the RSO at the rear seat. This VCs makes the DSB-Tornado fully FSX-compatibel but they don't have working gauges. Bitmaps and configuration by Erwin Welker
Posted May 23, 2014 04:26 by Erwin Welker
8.91Mb (419 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 semi photorealistic Panel for XF2Y-1 Sea Dart. This was the one and only supersonic seaplane in the world; only 3 pieces where buildt. Kazunori Ito's Sea Dart is fully FSX-compatibel. The VC is non functional but the texture is reworked so it is matching the 2D-panel. Bitmaps and configuration by Erwin Welker
Posted May 18, 2014 02:53 by Erwin Welker