Demo Panel for the FlyJSim 732v3 and Air Manager Jun 23, 2020 21:08:24 GMT
Post by BW901 (The Management) on Jun 23, 2020 21:08:24 GMT
Work's progressing well for the 732 and we're close to being able to release the first set of panels. To kick off here's a demo for the Captain's instruments. The zip file contains instrument files (in Air Manager's proprietary format), a panel configuration file and a quick set of instructions. Most instruments have limited functionality, but the panel is flyable and is designed to let you see if it does what you want/expect and to confirm that it works on your computer system before you do buy. At this stage, ahead of release and pricing we'd welcome any feedback from Air Manager users.
Download the zip file here. B732_Captain_Demo.zip
The Readme file is available as a pdf for more information. ReadMe.pdf
Just a reminder that:
1. You need to be running X-Plane 11
2. You need to own a copy of FlyJSim's 732 Twinjet version 3.
3. You need to own and have Air Manager 3.7 installed and linked to X-Plane. Either a 2nd monitor on your X-Plane machine or a network setup is required.
The software is designed to be modular. You can start with a second monitor to your existing X-Plane set-up running with your existing joystick or yoke and pedals, or build a full flat screen cockpit with multiple monitors. Here are some early development photos of our test rig.
An early set of instruments, with engine cluster on the 3rd monitor.
Further development, and Captain and Centre MIP instruments now on 2560 x 1440 monitors
Overhead panel on a touchscreen monitor. This version is split vertically and switched from side to side with hidden touch points, or a horizontal landscape version will be available. Buttons, switches and knobs can all be manipulated by touch. Once again graphics have been updated since this shot was taken.