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P3D HC Bravo LEDs

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I've spent two or more days getting everything set up for my new Alpha & Bravo. All axes in FSUIPC6 and all buttons & switches in SPAD.neXt. Then I realized the Bravo leds weren't working for the gear indicators or caution / warning lights. I then reluctantly downloaded and installed the Aerosoft Honeycomb software V2200. So, then the leds were all working but it nearly completely messed up all the switches and buttons. I uninstalled the AS HC software and the controls and switches now work again but no leds. I found a set of lua scripts that seem to be tested only in MSFS and I can't figure out how to fix them for P3D. Surely others have solved this problem. I'm trying right now to set it all up for the RealAir Legacy v2.

Thanks!


Bruce Buckley | RW Commercial / Instrument / SEL / MEL

I9-9900K @5.0GHz HT ON, Maximus XI Hero, GTX 1080ti, 32GB DDR4 3200 14, 1TB NVMe SSD, 500GB SSD, 1TB HDD, 40" Samsung 4K TV, Honeycomb Alpha & Bravo, Logitech Rudder Pedals, WIN10, P3DV5.3 HF2, ASP3D. Lots of ORBX stuff and some other add on airports / aircraft. MSFS is a work in progress for me...

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I would recommend heading over to the Spad.next discord.  Very lively group over there.  


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Sure. But I don’t think SPAD.neXt is the problem or the solution. I think the HC configurator is setting some competing bindings that I don’t know how to negate. 


Bruce Buckley | RW Commercial / Instrument / SEL / MEL

I9-9900K @5.0GHz HT ON, Maximus XI Hero, GTX 1080ti, 32GB DDR4 3200 14, 1TB NVMe SSD, 500GB SSD, 1TB HDD, 40" Samsung 4K TV, Honeycomb Alpha & Bravo, Logitech Rudder Pedals, WIN10, P3DV5.3 HF2, ASP3D. Lots of ORBX stuff and some other add on airports / aircraft. MSFS is a work in progress for me...

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My solution was to delete all of the bindings in the HC configurator except for the controls that impact the LEDs.  It took a few minutes but I haven't had to touch them since.  There is probably a way to configure this in SPAD.Nxt, however, I haven't taken the time to research it.  There are also multiple youtube videos on how to configure HC devices that can help.


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Thanks. I tried deleting all HC configurator bindings except the LED controls but still seemed to impact the SPAD.neXt buttons. Maybe I missed something. At least for now I have abandoned SPAD.neXt in P3D and I've made some profile in the HC configurator. I may try going back since the HC configurator isn't as flexible with complex controls and doesn't automatically recognize aircraft assignments. I am trying to use SPAD.neXt in MSFS since I prefer that over the organic controls assignments. Not having the same conflicts there.


Bruce Buckley | RW Commercial / Instrument / SEL / MEL

I9-9900K @5.0GHz HT ON, Maximus XI Hero, GTX 1080ti, 32GB DDR4 3200 14, 1TB NVMe SSD, 500GB SSD, 1TB HDD, 40" Samsung 4K TV, Honeycomb Alpha & Bravo, Logitech Rudder Pedals, WIN10, P3DV5.3 HF2, ASP3D. Lots of ORBX stuff and some other add on airports / aircraft. MSFS is a work in progress for me...

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