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T7 SDK.... when?

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Hi all, Someone know when PMDG Will release the SDK (software development kit) of the t7?

 

Ugo Damico

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It will be coming out soon, from what I remember reading. I don't think it'll be as long of a wait as it was for the NGX.

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What were you expecting? "Two weeks " ?

 

No one knows! PMDG won't even know. Sure they've got their internal date set I would guess but off course they aren't going public with it.

Enjoy the T7 and the SDK will happen when it happens. Don't worry, be happy :-)

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What were you expecting? "Two weeks " ?

 

No one knows! PMDG won't even know. Sure they've got their internal date set I would guess but off course they aren't going public with it.

Enjoy the T7 and the SDK will happen when it happens. Don't worry, be happy :-)

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The SDK will help T7 sales: The SDK is needed for development of the FS2Crew edition; FS2Crew helps boosting T7 sales.

 

So PMDG will push out the SDK as soon as possible. But they don't give release dates ...

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I have an mcp combo by vrinsight and i cant use it with the t7.... It s annoying.... ! I could use Linda with its update but it needs a registered copy of fsuipc and i dont want to spend 28 euro for that.

all that remains is to wait. hopefully it will be released soon....

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I have an mcp combo by vrinsight and i cant use it with the t7.... It s annoying.... ! I could use Linda with its update but it needs a registered copy of fsuipc and i dont want to spend 28 euro for that.

all that remains is to wait. hopefully it will be released soon....

 

 

Have you tried the NGX profile/script yet? The PMDG planes share a common codebase - so chances are the SDKs are similar. Maybe worth a try ...

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I believe FS2Crew has already the SDK ;)

 

No, to set the record straight, I do not have the SDK yet.  

 

And, no, there are no greater conspiracies at work....

 

Remember the debacle regarding the NGX and the SDK... let's not have a repeat :-)

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Hey guys, just thought I'd chime in. It may be late, but I wanted to say that while the SDK isn't out YET, as mentioned earlier, the code base is similar to the NGX. You can use the NGX's SDK as a starting point for now. The buttons do NOT line up, but with some experimenting, you can figure it out. I have a custom built overhead panel. I used the other SDK as a starting place and simply used trial and error to get the comands I wanted. Now I have a fully functional overhead for the 777! If you need any help, I'd be happy to look at the custom control numbers I used and give them to you if you want. Keep in mind, those are the only ones I have. I too am eagerly waiting for the SDK so I can get my goflight stuff working!

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If I remember well, PMDG said that the SDK will be out along with SP1.

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It will be coming out soon,

Sorry I just wet myself.

 

Unless your idea of "soon" is like PMDG....sometime within the next two years.

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Sorry I just wet myself.

 

Unless your idea of "soon" is like PMDG....sometime within the next two years.

 

Not sure I appreciate the sarcasm there.

 

I made that post way back in September when I distinctly remember seeing a PMDG staffer mention that the SDK would be released under a much shorter time span than that of the PMDG 737 NGX.

 

Regardless, I am fully aware of PMDG's release process.

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Well you miss read, the sarcasm was not at you. I will let the penny drop

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For  PilotManChase.

 

Is it possible for you to tell me what modifications you did for the NGX SDK work in the 777?

 

Did you place the folders within the NGX SDK in the 777 SDK?  Did you modify the names?

 

I am very interested in your work, so please , send me some info when possible.

 

Cheers

 

Vpira

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For  PilotManChase.

 

Is it possible for you to tell me what modifications you did for the NGX SDK work in the 777?

 

Did you place the folders within the NGX SDK in the 777 SDK?  Did you modify the names?

 

I am very interested in your work, so please , send me some info when possible.

 

Cheers

 

Vpira

Thanks for your interest.  There really isn't much to what I did.  I don't know much about advanced programming, so I am not really the one to ask when it comes to stuff like that.  However, I did discover how to use the custom controls feature in FSUIPC for the T7 based on my settings for the NGX.  There was no need to move any files at all.  I simply launched the Sim and proceeded to test different custom controls until I got my overhead panel mapped correctly.  I won't send a complete set of custom controls here unless you want me to, but one example is the custom control for the Right Landing Light is 69656.  I hope this helps.  If I knew more about programing, I would certainly dive deeper than what I have.  I still need to get all of my Goflight gear working!  :blink:

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Thanx for the reply PMC.

 

I am looking for a way to make my 777 MCP rotary works.

 

I have everything working in my NGX + OC panels + OC4BA software.

 

Hopefully the 777 SP1 will come soon along with the SDK.

 

Cheers

 

Vpira

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