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'Mk1 Cockpit' IVA Replacement by ASET[v1.1]

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ASET company is proud to present the new product — Advanced IVA for 'MK1 Cockpit'.

Advanced IVA for 'MK1 Cockpit' is a full set of instruments and indicators for your aircraft control and aviating made in the General Aviation style.

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Convenient, carefully thought out design and realistic look.

  • brand new interior for the new stock mk1Cockpit
  • a number of new instruments are added:
    • engine control panel
    • Temperature Indicators
    • Panel power supply
    • GPS panel
    • The panel of radio navigation and communication
  • the new color theme for all instruments is creates with the new "COLOR_OVERRIDE" function

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Spoiler

simple flight from KSC to North-East island and back, instrumental approach and ILS-landing Using navigation radio and charts

 

 

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mods dependency

required:

Module Manager 2.8+

RasterPropMonitor v0.30.2

ASET_Props v 1.5+

ASET_Avionics v 2.1+

recommended:

FAR v 0.16.7.2+

Jebbesen® Kerbin Aerocharts

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Downloads:

Mk1 Cockpit IVA Replacement by ASET v 1.1 (Spacedock)

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Installation:

- Install into “/Gamedata/ASET/"

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Many thanks to the group of testers for their help with this release

@nukeboyt  @imerg  @StevieC  @Plecy75   @ISE  @holodmer @chimpbone

@Dragon01 @lazar2222 @simtom @Zapo147 @lennie @PhantomC3PO

@Chaumas @Mecripp @panarchist @Ghosty141 @Lo Var Lachland @sebseb7

@harrisjosh2711 @Falco01 @>The Amazing Spy<

 

Special thanks to  @MOARdV, @Mihara, @DennyTX@nukeboyt , @Dragon01 and @linuxgurugamer for their help and support with the mods development.

And all the forum users who support and motivate me to keep working on my mods.

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CKAN support will be forthcoming in the next few days

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Oh wow this is sick! I love those new iva replacements you are putting out!

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On 2/12/2017 at 3:40 AM, DeepSlayLP said:

Do you plan on also making an IVA replacement for the Mk1 Inline Cockpit?

This so much. The Mk1 Inline is so versatile in aesthetically pleasing planes/ships so adding functional use to it with the ASET iva would be incredible.

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An analog flight clock would be a nice addition. Here is a photo of one of the best ever made, the Dodane type 11. There may already be a flight clock but definitely not as good looking as this one.

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UPDATE!

'Mk1 Cockpit' IVA Replacement by ASET v1.1

  • All switches changed to new modular ones.
  • Main panel instrument layout changed.
  • Added the ability to adjust seat height for female Kerbals.
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On 11/26/2017 at 6:14 AM, alexustas said:

UPDATE!T

  • Added the ability to adjust seat height for female Kerbals.

Oh, I have  to see this!

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On 27.11.2017 at 1:43 PM, DiscoveryPlanet said:

Had this Problem, what is my mistake ?

 

 

I need more info about what you did

 

EDIT. I did not see your next message. I'm glad that you were able to deal with the problem

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17 hours ago, theonegalen said:

Oh, I have  to see this!

I saw you liked my post with the link to his YouTube channel. if you haven't seen it already, there's a video of it in action there

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2 minutes ago, Drew Kerman said:

I saw you liked my post with the link to his YouTube channel. if you haven't seen it already, there's a video of it in action there

I  mostly meant that I had to see how it was coded and implemented, but yes, I also watched the video. :)

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Yep, any RPM cockpits that don't involve MFDs should be fine. :)

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