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  1. Al I have the same result as you showing the ngx_SPDwindow variable Result is 1 for the 777 and 0.8.. for the 737ngx I dont know how to resolve this Michel
  2. Al, I made the test and i have also 1 displayed on the MCP when in Mach speed. But i have it for the 777 and the 737 NGX. For you it seems correct for the 737 NGX. Can you confirm that ? because i read the code and it is the same. I think 1 is displayed because it is an integer value rounded but i am not sure of that, i am not a developer. Michel
  3. Ok Andrew. I was first thinking that Linda will create the lua file based on the default one present in the source (copy of .default into .lua). It was fun to look again inside the Linda folders and how it works. So now back again flying ... Michel
  4. Andrew Thank you for your quick response. I make some tests : 1. Rename the Config-mcp.lua (wich doesnt works) into Config-mcp.bck and Rename Config-mcp.default (the one of your tests) into Config-mcp.lua So i use the same file that you use for your tests : and it works fine ... 2. Delete Linda and Linda-cfg folders and Reinstall from the Zip source Only Config-mcp.default file exist at this time Execute Linda and FSX with 737 NGX aircraft : file Config-mcp.lua was then created : this one doesnt works for me 3. Edit the new file created : seems to me that it contains basic FSX aircrafts commands The Config-mcp.default file contains the NGX* commands So my fault is that i dont use my old NGX lua file. Because the lua file does not exist, a new file is created with standards commands and not the NGX* one. So, now it works fine. Thank you again for the new version and new fonctions. Michel
  5. Hi ! I have installed LINDA 2.5 and PMDG 737NGX Module 3.0 today. I have the old Boeing MCP Combo. When i change value SPD, HDG or ALT on the Combo, it does not change in FSX cockpît. When i change value in the cockpit, it change on my Combo display correctly. Am I the only that have this effect please (may be i missed something during installation) ? Thanks for the work. Michel
  6. Hi, I have used 2 cards without problem with LINDA. You need to rename the second card as ScotFlieger suggest. Good luck, Michel
  7. Günter The most important is that it works and that you feel happy to have made it yourself ...
  8. Riccardo I will send you info in PM. I dont know anything about electronics too ... but you will see, it is relatively easy ... and very enjoyable to do it yourself.
  9. Riccardo LINDA recognize up to 10 HID devices with buttons. The best for you is to build a simple panel with all the buttons you need and connect it with BU0836X cards from Leo Bodnar. I use that in place of my second keyboard for the 737 NGX. I will send you pics tonight when i am home ..
  10. Riccardo, My apologies. I made a mistake (was wake up too early this morning ...) Voice Activated Command program i use dont work with PMDG NGX ... like HidMAcros ... It works with other add-on ...
  11. Riccardo, Same problem here ... I like HidMacros a lot before using LINDA for the NGX. Have you thinck to use some Voice Activated Commands program ? I have no relation with but here is a link to one i use : http://www.dwvac.com/ ( The VAC system is a useful program which you use to issue commands to your flight simulator) (to the moderator : if it is a problem to link to other program in the forum, please delete my response) Lets look at it. It is not free (dont cost too much) but you can try it for 14 days. I hope it help you.
  12. Hi Günter I begin to test the module today. I first read the functions and it is an incredible work. When i switch A/T ON or OFF it doesnt work for me. F/D ON or OFF works good. I look at the functions assigned and as i didnt find them in the QW146 module i suspect you use the lib:default fsx. The syntax of the assigned function is a little different like you can see in the pictures. With lib:default fsx syntax it works fine. I continue the tests ...
  13. Hi Günter, Wouaw that is a lot of functions ... more than expected ... nice work ... thanck you so much ... Michel
  14. Brian, Thank you for this incredible complete guide. It will helps a lot of us. Michel
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