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morgank

Stab trim on throttle, where to assign them in Linda?

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I have two buttons which I am not sure how to assign to Linda.
Stab trim Normal, and cut out, main elect and auto pilot.

 

Any one who can help me out here?
Morgan

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Hi Morgan

 

Which buttons on which device and what aircraft are you using?

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As in my first topic, B737 throttle, the buttons on the right lower side of throttle.
Wanted to insert a picture, but seems not possible from my computer....:(
I do not find the correct names to connect to them.....

Morgan

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I would refer you to the very good (if dated) user manual PDF in the /linda/data/docs folder (the link on the LINDA settings page appears to have an error).<br /><br />I am not familiar with B737 throttle - who makes it? Which FSX aircraft add-on are you using? Ensure you have the correct aircraft module installed and that your throttle appears under Joysticks. Pressing the desired button on the throttle should display a table of available buttons with your one highlighted. Right click on this button, select the arrowed aircraft module and look up the function you require.<br /><br />If you cannot upload images you can email me on linda@awginfosys.net.

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I have sent you a mail with pictures.

The only thing I want help with here is to choose the correct assign of those two buttons, in normal and off button.
I have PDMG737NGX module.

Sorry, I am not pro enough to find the correct ones :)

Thanks in advance

Morgan

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Thank you for the images you emailed. I have had a look for the STAB TRIM functions you are looking for. I don't believe they have been implemented in the PMDG737NGX module. This is not my specialist area or my preferred aircraft and I must defer to my colleague to have a look when he has the opportunity. He is currently on holiday.

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Thank you very much for your effort to help out.
Really highly appreciated!
Have a nice evening.

(Training autoland ekch tonight)
 

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