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FSX Royal Netherlands Navy Bell UH-1C Panel Fix

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Royal Netherlands Navy Bell UH-1C Panel Fix. Panel update for Nemeth/Milviz Bell UH-1C in Royal Netherlands Navy (Marines) liveries. Previous file has a reference for the CS Weapons Package and will cause problems if you do not have this package installed. This file includes a simple fix. By Rene Spaan.

Royal Netherlands Navy Bell UH-1C in flight.

Royal Netherlands Navy Bell UH-1C in flight.

Nemeth Design Bell UH-1C Royal Netherlands Marine Corps liveries by René Spaan.

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Credits:
Nemeth/Milviz for their magnificent Bell UH-1C for FSX
Royal Netherlands Navy (Marines) liveries by René Spaan

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Disclaimer:
You need a legal, payware copy of the Nemeth Design Bell UH-1C/H package for FSX in order to use these repaints.

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Important:
The previous upload (ND_UH-1C_RNLN.zip) has a panel reference for those who have the Captain Sim Weapon Package installed.
Below procedure will set panels to normal if you don't have this payware package.
Sorry for the inconveniance.

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Update:

If you have problems with panel assignments, just follow the below procedure:

1) Open the aircraft.cfg file in the ND_uh1c folder with a text editor. Copy the the text-lines below in this document and paste them in the aircraft livery part in the aircraft.cfg document.
Replace the number in the [fltsim.X]-lines with the next number in sequence. Save the aircraft.cfg document.
(If you have the ND_UH-1C_RNLN.zip package already installed, just overwrite the previously added lines for this package in your aircraft.cfg with the lines below. You can also manually remove the addition after"panel=" which reads "csweapons" in each section. It will have the same effect.).

[fltsim.X]
title=Bell UH-1C Huey M23 RNLN BIAK
sim=bell_uh1
model=1
panel=
sound=
texture=RNLN
kb_checklists=
kb_reference=
atc_id=001
ui_manufacturer="Bell"
ui_type=Armed UH-1C
ui_variation="RNLN UH-1C with MG's, VSQ4, Biak AB, Dutch New Guinea, 1962"
ui_typerole="Rotorcraft"
ui_createdby="Nemeth Designs & MILVIZ"
description=""
panel_old=1

[fltsim.X]
title=Bell UH-1C Huey M21 RNLN BIAK
sim=bell_uh1
model=
panel=
sound=
texture=RNLN2
kb_checklists=
kb_reference=
atc_id=001
ui_manufacturer="Bell"
ui_type=Armed UH-1C
ui_variation="RNLN UH-1C with MG & FFAR, VSQ4, Biak AB, Dutch New Guinea, 1962"
ui_typerole="Rotorcraft"
ui_createdby="Nemeth Designs & MILVIZ"
description=""
panel_old=

[fltsim.X]
title=Bell UH-1C Huey M21 RNLN HATO
sim=bell_uh1
model=
panel=
sound=
texture=RNLN1
kb_checklists=
kb_reference=
atc_id=001
ui_manufacturer="Bell"
ui_type=Armed UH-1C
ui_variation="RNLN UH-1C with MG & FFAR, VSQ3, HATO AB, Curacao, 1965"
ui_typerole="Rotorcraft"
ui_createdby="Nemeth Designs & MILVIZ"
description=""
panel_old=

[fltsim.X]
title=Bell UH-1C Huey RNLN HATO
sim=bell_uh1
model=2
panel=
sound=
texture=RNLN3
kb_checklists=
kb_reference=
atc_id=001
ui_manufacturer="Bell"
ui_type=Armed UH-1C
ui_variation="RNLN UH-1C, VSQ3, HATO AB, Curacao, 1965"
ui_typerole="Rotorcraft"
ui_createdby="Nemeth Designs & MILVIZ"
description=""
panel_old=

[fltsim.X]
title=Bell UH-1C Huey M23 RNLN Zandery
sim=bell_uh1
model=1
panel=
sound=
texture=RNLN4
kb_checklists=
kb_reference=
atc_id=001
ui_manufacturer="Bell"
ui_type=Armed UH-1C
ui_variation="RNLN UH-1C with MG's, VSQ6, Zandery, Dutch Surinam, 1969"
ui_typerole="Rotorcraft"
ui_createdby="Nemeth Designs & MILVIZ"
description=""
panel_old=1

[fltsim.X]
title=Bell UH-1C Huey M21 RNLN Valkenburg
sim=bell_uh1
model=
panel=
sound=
texture=RNLN5
kb_checklists=
kb_reference=
atc_id=247
ui_manufacturer="Bell"
ui_type=Armed UH-1C
ui_variation="RNLN UH-1C with MG & FFAR, VSQ4, Marine Corps, Valkenburg NAS, 1971"
ui_typerole="Rotorcraft"
ui_createdby="Nemeth Designs & MILVIZ"
description=""
panel_old=

[fltsim.X]
title=Bell UH-1C Huey M23 RNLN Valkenburg
sim=bell_uh1
model=1
panel=
sound=
texture=RNLN6
kb_checklists=
kb_reference=
atc_id=251
ui_manufacturer="Bell"
ui_type=Armed UH-1C
ui_variation="RNLN UH-1C with MG, VSQ4, Marine Corps, Valkenburg NAS, 1972"
ui_typerole="Rotorcraft"
ui_createdby="Nemeth Designs & MILVIZ"
description=""
panel_old=1

[fltsim.X]
title=Bell UH-1C Huey M21 RNLN Valkenburg 244
sim=bell_uh1
model=
panel=
sound=
texture=RNLN7
kb_checklists=
kb_reference=
atc_id=244
ui_manufacturer="Bell"
ui_type=Armed UH-1C
ui_variation="RNLN UH-1C with MG & FFAR, VSQ4, Marine Corps, Valkenburg NAS, 1972"
ui_typerole="Rotorcraft"
ui_createdby="Nemeth Designs & MILVIZ"
description=""
panel_old=

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That's it, enjoy.

Royal Netherlands Navy Bell UH-1C in flight.

Royal Netherlands Navy Bell UH-1C in flight.

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