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evening,

Looking for advice on how to set up a stream deck for controlling p3d functions like autopilot coms etc.

I'm particularly interested in anyone whos done this for a fighter jet also.

Thanks.

Steve.


Stephen Simpson

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What do you exactly mean? Air Manager I use to stream gauges!

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I used stream deck for a while ,it was ok .But I've moved over to a button box much easier to use and works better for sim racing too . There is a few videos out there on setting it up ,be prepared to get frustrated and use other software to get it to work .My opinion more trouble than it's worth ... check the prepar3d "tips ,tricks and How to's" forum it has the information you seek ....

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