FS2002/FS2004 Antonov AN225 Myria panel A photorealistic panel for this incredible
giant Russian aircraft.It will work on any Myria but I developed this to replace
the standard FS panels used for an225-04.zip by Tom Ruth and Douglas E.Trapp. If
you use that one, also replace the aircraft.cfg and air file to make the radios
work properly. By Steve Boston
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Added on: Nov-14-2007
Here is my photorealistic panel for use with the
mighty Antonov 225. For example the one by Tom Ruth and Douglas E.Trapp.
(an225-04.zip). It is for FS2002/4 but untested on 2004 onwards.
I prefer to have good outside views and realistic panels rather than trying to
cram every little switch into some monster effort that cannot then provide a
decent view of the main instruments or the outside world. You will have to use
the keyboard for such things as engine start/stop, lights etc. In any case that
particular Myria has FS standard 4 engine characteristics rather than the 6 of
the real thing.
To install, first OPEN the folder Gauges SELECT ALL and copy them into the
Gauges folder of FS2002 or 2004. Then select the panel folder and use it to
replace that of the Antonov. (cut or copy, highlight the AN225 folder and paste
into it. (Note - if the aircraft already has a panel folder with gauges, bitmaps
etc. rather than just a panel.cfg it is good practice to delete it first to save
clutter and space.
I have also included an updated aircraft.cfg and AN225.air These will allow the
radios to work (and correct the ground stance with slew on. They also include
the latest updates to an225-04.zip.
Please note: I wish this file to be in the Public Domain so that anyone who
wishes to may improve it. If you do that I would prefer an emailed copy or a
note of where to upload it so I can also benefit. Please forgive any
shortcomings I am new to this. I am uploading it exclusively to
www.flightsim.com because they have given me so much in the past few years. I
would also recommend joining them as a paying member for the same reason.
I hope you enjoy this and happy flying
Steve Boston November 2007
BY THE WAY
If this - or any panel fails to show a gauge or crashes the sim you are using
you can often fix it.
For missing gauges just pause the sim and call up the panel.cfg file in a small
window and work out from the co-ordinates what is missing. Here is an example:-
gauge09=SimIcons!Avionics Icon, 418,470,21,13
The numbers are (distance from Left edge), (distance from Top edge), (width), (height).
Now check the EXACT name of that gauge in your sim and correct it or find a
nearest equivalent that works. For a FS hang or crash call up the panel.cfg
file, remove suspects temporarily by adding ; at the start of their line (EXAMPLE
;gauge09=SimIcons!Avionics Icon, 418,470,21,13).
Eventually things will work and you can substitute the offender(s) and remove
the ; to re-instate the other ones.