I hope all of you are well!! Stay cool and healthy!!
Below a new Video I took today with a very nice repaint of an 737-400C de FUERZA AEREA COLOMBIANA. Since I have two nice sceneries of MROC San Jose International and MHTG Toncontin Tegucigalpa I tried the approach to Rwy02 RNP South1A.
Veryyyyyy difficult, needed an go arround. But a least i could manage it. As always I have include some information and the approach charts in the video. So you can give it a try - If - you can find some time now..-)))
Post by aerofoto - HJG Admin on Apr 17, 2020 21:16:01 GMT
I wish I knew how to make the steam gauges appear round when setting the monitor to 16:9 rather than 5:4. I'm a stickler for round round gauges
I don't think the B733/4/5 panel we currently offer was produced for WS monitor use .... so .... it may not be possible to do so .... and since it's "not" our own panel we can't apply any major modifications to it beyond the minor fixes and improvements we did apply "for everyone's benefit".
All you can really do is "experiment" with screen resolutions within FS in order to try'n determine what looks most favourable "on your screen/monitor" .... but .... even if successfully applied (for the sake of the panel) it's possible the resolution which best favours more-rounded looking panel gauges might (I don't say it will) then result in somewhat distorted appearance of the 3D model in external FS viewing mode.
Whenever a non WS panel is used on a WS monitor, and whenever adjusting screen resolutions (on any monitor), there's usually always "a visual consequence/price to be paid" .... in the sense of natural distortion/s, so, there needs to be "a bit of tolerance/give and take" on the part of the End User .... as to whether they want good panel/gauges appearance, or, good 3D model appearance in FS
Thank you guys for all statements and comments. Have seen a few videos before I give that one a try. Not so bad - I think. In real you can fly also appoaches like this and find some landmarks, which is limited in FS9. Aharon: I still using my FS9 on an elder machine with an Asus Intel Celeron Prozessor with only 2,4 hz and 4GB on storage. My graphic card is also only an onboard one. This is why you can see always some stutter on sceneries with much impact on frame rates. Besides this I always have some 20 frames per second available.