|FS2004 - photoreal Panel Piper PA 44 specially made for Chuck
Dome's Piper-seminole (pipsem04.zip) from 2003, panel my be used for
other Piper-Seneca, too.- Seminole with full internal views by
Microsoft Flight Simulator X 2004 Downloads for FS2004 FSX Airport
scenery, Textures Repaints, Aircraft Panel Downloads.
Flight Simulator FS2004 Panels / FS2004 Downloads Misc. Panels
Compatibility: Flight Simulator 2004
Filesize: 4.20 MB
Added on: Sep-15-2008
FS2004 - photoreal Panel Piper PA 44 - Seminole with full internal views by
specially made for Chuck Dome's Piper-seminole (pipsem04.zip) from 2003,
panel my be used for other Piper-Seneca, too.
Important information !!!
After unzipping pipsem04.zip into fs2004/aircraft-folder, you will find a
Seminole with 2D- and virtual cockpit,
the VC being at that time "state of the art". With this upload you have the
possibility to get additionally
a photoreal panel with full internal views.
The view-settings in my panel.cfg are made in a way that the virtual cockpit "disappears"
is no optical interference with my panel.
Therefore I recommend installation of the panel in the following way.
1) Create an new folder named "panel.HP" within the aircraft-folder
2) Unzip panel-zip into that folder.
3) Unzip gauges-zip into FS2004/gauges-folder
Designate in aircraft.cfg which panel you want for which livery:
panel= original panel and VC
panel=HP this panel
With this upload comes a repaint in white/blue in german-Registration.
4) Unzip (folders enabled) texture.D-GJPA.zip into the aircraft folder and add
in aircraft.cfg behind the last entry
the following text:
title=Piper Seminole D-GJPA blue
ui_variation=German Reg. D-GJPA
description=The Seminole is widely used as a twin trainer. This one was made
with Flight Sim Design Studio 2.11 (FSDS2) by ABACUS Publishing (abacuspub.com).
Repaint by Horst Paetzold. Model by Chuck Dome
and don't foget to rename [fltsim.X] to the next free number.
If you want to use the repaint alone without the panel, change panel=HP to
The repaint was made according to a german realworld plane, but the available
bitmaps in the texture-folder dit not
allow an exact repainting.
This panel is not usable for the excellent freeware Seminole with VC of Rien
What is from me: Only the bitmaps and the panel-arrangement
Credit therefore goes to Chuck Dome and all gauge-designers