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A while ago there was some software or a method you could do to change altitude on the autopilot very quickly and easily without having to left mouse click and hold until you blow past your desired altitude. I somewhat remember hitting ~320 for FL320. There must of been other commands for heading and speed. I am on a notebrick so I don't have the scroll wheel.


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Do a search in the Gauges section using Glenn Copeland as the criteria.He has created several AP related gauges and one of them may be what you are seeking.

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Hello Cockpit Commander is the one you want.It allows you to enter ALT,HEAD,COURSE,SPEED ETC +ATC commands too.Feels odd at first but once you get the feel of it you can execute your commands very quickly.No more frantic wheel mouse spinning.This is by Glen Copeland (as Dave mentioned)cheers Andy


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coooool, thanks all. He has a lot of slick gauges.


i7 4790k @ 4.3 ghz AsRock Z97 Extreme4 G.Skil 8 gig 1600 Samsung 840 Pro EVGA 1070 GF-TQ and various other GF CH Yoke and pedals

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