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EADT x737 Replacement Flightdeck Panels (ISDG) 1.0

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A series of pre-cut x737 Cockpit Panels of varying size; which put larger focus on the EFIS displays and instruments vs the wide screen display.

For users who use the EADT x737 with differing 16:9 or 16:10 aspect ratio monitors; Or, 1680x1050 or 1920x1200 monitors. I made a series of them, which I use on different systems (depending on the aspect ratio and native res I run it in). Works for different 4:3 Narrow and 16:9/16:10 Widescreen users.

Download Contains 13 different sizes and cuts. Find the one that works best for you!


Copy the panelnnnn.png into /Aircraft/737-800_x737_v4.6.0/cockpit/-PANELS-/panel.png

Remember to rename the file to "panel.png" when dropping into the EADT x737's -PANELS- directory.

Note: nnnn = width of the panel (in pixels)


Original Panels © 2008-2012 EADT European Aircraft Developer Team (http://www.eadt.eu)

Cut Panels by ISDG - International Scenery Development Group

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Vert great job. I was looking for this modification as I found it more realistic to fly. Do not need the copilot side but a larger focus on the main instrument is vital and crucial for me to fly.

Could you tell me how you did it ?

I would like to do the same with the AVRO 85 I bought but that has, according to my opinion, a too wide panel.

These wide panel give you the impression to stand at the cockpit door and not to sit in front of the flight deck.

Could be great if you could tell me how you did it and which software or program you used. (If it is not secret)

Thanks in advance

Best Regards


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