Addit! Pro For Prepar3D
How to Install a Panel Addon
This topic demonstrates how to add a panel addon to Prepar3D using Addit! Pro For Prepar3D by working step-by-step through the installation of an actual, downloadable panel addon. This short walkthrough shows you how to install a panel in a few simple steps.
Our panel addon is called FSX Mooney Default Panel Partial Glass by JD Starseed.
- Download the zip file to a folder called Addons on your C: drive, if you wish to match-up perfectly with this walkthrough.
Step 1: Start Addit! Pro
Begin by opening Addit! Pro. Click the Install button:
Step 2: Open the Addon Installation Wizard
When the Addon Installation Wizard window appears, press Select Addon Files:
Step 3: Select Addon Files
When the Select Addon Files window appears, locate the file you downloaded above. Select only the elpasorn.zip file. Make sure all of the files inside the zip file are selected in the Zip File list, as shown below. Press OK:
Step 4: Install the Addon
Back on the Addon Installation Wizard window, all colored indicators are either green or yellow so it is safe to press Finish at this point. Doing so will install the addon using the default configuration. Press Finish to complete the installation:
Step 5: Assign the Panel to an Aircraft
Use Addit! Pro's Edit Aircraft window to assign the panel to the Mooney Bravo. First, press the Edit Aircraft button on Addit! Pro's button bar. When the Edit Aircraft window appears, position to the Mooney Bravo. Right click and pick "Change Panel...":
When the Select Panel window appears, locate the "FSX Mooney Default Panel Partial Glass" as shown below and highlight it. Press Select to choose this panel:
Step 6: Take Her for a Spin!
Finally, start Prepar3D and select the Mooney Bravo aircraft and enjoy flying with your new panel!