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vPilot overlay is covering the cockpit panel


Craig Hughes
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I'm getting a very strange issue.  I've done a PC rebuild, so got the latest versions of MSFS and vPilot, plus the PMDG 737.  When I open a flight in the 737 I can't see the cockpit panel if I'm connected to a server in vPilot!

Couple of images attached and available on these links (https://ibb.co/5TX6vGP and https://ibb.co/C5Xp5SZ).

Basically when I'm connected in vPilot there appears to be a black block overlaying the cockpit panel view, therefore I'm unable to use the panel.

I'm completely confused as to what it maybe, any ideas please?

vPilot Connected.PNG

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In vPilot Settings > Miscellaneous > Keep window visible is unchecked

I don't use MSFS with 2 monitors, actually I tend to use VR but not until I've gotten into the flight with vPilot running, so that I can contact Ground.  It's when I get into the flight with vPilot connected to the server that I can't see the panel.

However, coming to my PC today and the problem has disappeared!  I can only suspect it was caused by some left over from the video driver update before reboot.

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