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February 9, 2016
FSX/P3D – Boeing 737/777 Style Glass Instruments. A 737 style EICAS for the default FSX 737 and 777 style PFD, Nav, and EICAS glass instruments. Two new instrumentsare included: standby PFD and standby RMI. CrgSim now requires FSUIPC and has dropped SimConnect. If you already use FSUIPC then the change should be transparent. Please look at the README docs. Use these glass instruments with many FSX default aircraft. The PFD, EICAS, and Nav Display work fine with the Ultralight trike (as well as altitude call outs on descent). The instrument displays require DirectX10 and Vista, Win7, or Win8.
The instruments are designed to run on a second FSX screen or on separate computers connected to a local net. This is CrgSim release 0.070.
By Kapock Cavanaugh
January 8, 2016
FSX – Garmin GPS 500 Replacement Gauge V5, This gauge is intended as a replacement in FSX for the Garmin GPS 500 standard gauge which was originally designed for earlier versions of Flight Simulator. This gauge can be installed on pretty much any aircraft but only in FSX. There are high resolution maps and displays which are not compatible with FS9.
By Gavin Munro
FSX/P3D – PROJECT AIRBUS A318 FD-FMC v1.12. New FMC with true vertical navigation A complete aircraft pack, provided with an airport database with SID/STAR and Approaches. Real Airbus navigation mode (managed, selected) in N1 mode (pitch controlled by the gauges). Advanced gauges and real flight management. Virtual cockpit with all switch working. Please, read install and user manual.
FD-FMC is copyright Francois Dore 2015
FSX/FS2004 S-Tec Autopilot/Turn XML Gauge. Similar to the System 30 combination autopilot and turn coordinator by S-Tec. Used by general aviation to save panel space yet provides a good AP. Modes include wing leveler, altitude and heading holds, and track Nav1 and ILS. Add it to any panel and as a popup. Instructions included.
By Bob Kellogg
December 10, 2015
FSX – GPS Gauge Version 1.4. This gauge is intended as a replacement for the Garmin GPS 500 standard gauge which was designed for earlier versions of Flight Simulator than FSX. It can be installed on pretty much any aircraft but only in FSX. There are high resolution maps and displays which are not compatible with FS9.
© Gavin Munro