Post by aerofoto - HJG Admin on Jul 22, 2015 21:24:41 GMT
that's the funny part, located differently that every other panel, for convenience
The reason for this is that the panel author wanted to represent as many different types of major CARAVELLE panel layout as was practical.
The CARAVELLE panel options supporting the SE-210-1/1A through SE-210-3 series are mostly "airline specific" .... all of which differed in accordance with airline preference/customization at the time of ordering.
Moving into the SE-210-6 and SE-210-10R/10B1 series .... these panes then take on more of an "aircraft type" rather than airline specific type of customization.
What's represented among all the CARAVELLE panels hosted by HJG is fairly true of the actual aircraft types .... since the panel/gauge author is/was "a CARAVELLE affectionado" .... is the term I think
The original manuals for "each panel" are .... or should be (at least) .... included within each individual panel folder. It's also important to bear-in-mind that "English" is not the panel authors native language too, so, some descriptions may appear contradictory, abstract, or otherwise ambiguous .... just something we have to contend with as we "appreciate" these panels. To assist with this .... and try to alleviate any uncertainties/misunderstandings .... I wrote my own version of "the most important" parts of the original manual/s, but, also from my hands-onn experience flying these simulations too. These instructions are featured within my following "CARAVELLE PANEL INSTALLATION & HANDLING NOTES" posting (our forum based online manual for these CARAVELLE simulations) .... tonymadgehjg.proboards.com/thread/2939/caravelle-panel-installation-handling-notes
My instructions don't explain each individual panel, but rather, focus on the "basic" (only) procedures applicable to each .... since whilst the layout of each panel is "different" (with most details being located in different places or otherwise labelled differently in each panel) the procedures necessary to be understood in order to be able to fly each version (well) remain "relatively standard" .... and are further aided by my own "basic flying guides" for each version located at the conclusion of my PANEL INSTALLATION & HANDLING NOTES manual/posting. Follow these procedures (precisely) and one can't/shouldn't ever go wrong
If you can't find a panel lighting switch .... then either "CNTRL + L" .... or it may be "SHIFT + L" .... one of the 2 combinations of keyboard commands .... will/should activate this ilumination for you .... as I recall.