XHSI (eXternal High-resolution Simulator Instruments) is an add-on for the X-Plane flight simulator. It displays the PFD, ND, EICAS, Flaps and Gear indicator, Clock/Chronometer, etc... in separate windows. In general, the instruments can be displayed in B737-NG or A320 style.

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  • Fine

  • Makes X-Plane so much more usable!

  • really nice and works perfectly

  • Xhsi is perfect! Thanks.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • Exactly, what I need! Thanks a lot for your excellent job! If you need help to make code or document, I may help.

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Java Swing

Programming Language

C, Java

Registered

2007-03-08