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Pumpie1

Help with NGX SDK

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Hello,

During the last few weeks i have tried, unsuccessfully, to write a program for my Overhead panel using the SDK NGX.

Since i know nothing about C++ i didn't manage to send values to the aircraft.

I hope this is the write place to write this: Could i find somewhere a document which explains how to write a simple program which get's buttons commands from a joystick and send it to the aircraft?

 

 

Thank you in advance,

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As far as i know i can use the FSUIPC only to receive information of the switch and not control it.

 

Am i wrong?

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Explaining the details on how I do my calibrating would take some time, but a few hints to get you going would be LINDA, FSUIPC (and the lua scripts).


Johan Nordqvist

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Very timely thread Pumpie1 (sorry but you didn't sign your post) as I am also just starting to get my overhead wired up through FSUIPC.

 

Shaun, excellent info - thank you. That helps me loads.


Gary Buss

 

 

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