Another thing you can do, if you have FSUIPC registered is unassign the knobs from GFConfig and make the assignments in FSUIPC. That allows you to specify that clockwise does one thing and CCW does another. Even if the module is working backwards, F…
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I encounter the following problem: the gear up does not work, by working against the gear down. it is the solution, thank you.
I've been putting off posting this in the hopes I would eventually solve my problems. I've been struggling not to give up., but... I have failed.
I'm having huge problems associating buttons, switches, toggles and knobs with any and all permutatio…
Hmmm. Since My GoFlight-Lua Scripter software isn't developing as well as I would like, maybe GoFlight could sponsor this idea. I have a few Lua script I could submit... Nothing specific to the MCP though, I don't have one.
GFDisplay is no longer supported by Pete Dowson since he included Lua with FSUIPC.
It IS possible to get what you want but you'll still get grey hair.
If you interested in learning what's involved send me an email. (It's in my profile)
oskrypuch wrote: Does the W6 also support a button push of the actual alarm windows, or does it just provide annunciation?
With a button push supported, you could potentially use this (after you set it up) to clear the alarm or whatever.
Axis assignemnts can be made with the flight sim itself, GFConfig AND FSUIPC! Notice the word "AND".
I have a register version of FSUIPC so I don't make any assignments using FS or GFConfig. That way I only have to go to one place to make changes.…
If your having trouble with FS making axis/button assignments, there is a trick you can do that requires manually editing the FS.cfg file.
For those who are having trouble... Check the ALARM TYPE. It seems to me (and please correct me if I'm wrong) but you will also need to set the ALARM TYPE for all other functions. So when the Oil Press gets low. It will turn on. Based on the ALA…
ddgomes Wrote: "When I turn, for instance, the altitude knob, the digits don’t flow in smooth way."
Just to eliminate the obvious... If you turn the knobs quickly, the numbers will skip. Is this not the case?