vesalius

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  1. Thank you Morten, that info helped me in the good direction.... Í'm now experimenting with the value's (intensity)
  2. Hi, I've paint 10 iconic belgian liveries that are well engraved in the collective memory of most belgian aviation fanatics. They all share the same customized vstab leading edge, photographic references show me those planes had not the same leading edge as the one we get with the IXEG by default. I do not know how to get my leading edge (which I have in object/layer format) applied in the fuselage_NML file. When I convert the fuselage_NML.png to TGA format, I loose the transparrency but I get a tga file with a RGB layer that is green with the elements that need to look shiny being blue/purple AND an "alpha" channel that shows more or less a blank 737 fuselage. If this TGA file is converted back to PNG, my 737 looks like a plastic model (wheels for instance get a completely plastic/shiny look). If I open the original PNG file with Photoshop, I see only 1 layer and that is transparrent. Everything you painting with the brush on this layer is non-transparent. I have been doing repaints for more then 20 years, but I'm not so a quick learner with these new techniques... Any help is much appreciated. Regards, Vital Vanbeginne
  3. Clock Date/Time function

    Lol, thanks Jan! Rgds, Vital
  4. Clock Date/Time function

    Hello, It came to my attention that the Date/Time function on the clock gauge is showing the year 2017 as (19?)87. Date/Month are correct (27/07 in my example). But year shows 87. When I look at X-plane's date functions and notice that X-plane is not working with years, you can only change Months, Date, Hour, Minutes and seconds... Is this the reason that the 737 cannot show the year or is it because the gauge in the real aircraft is actually affected by the millennium bug? All the best, Vital Vanbeginne
  5. Indeed, sorry for the confusing help. Ofcourse they are spring loaded. I just did a test on the tarmac. The instruments should go black immediately after powering down the APU if you haven't connected the generators.
  6. Hi Joni, It does sound like battery drain. Your GEN switches may be in the ON position, but they will not feed your electrical bus if they are in fact INOP/broken. Did you check the Amps meter to have a positive readout on the battery charge? All the best, Vital