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About DGK737

  • Birthday 10/22/1959

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  1. Hello Guenter,many thanks for that great help. I tested it and it works.In the meantime I also found a brilliant Lua Tutorial.http://www.anadrac.com/FSUIPC-Lua-Tutorial/index.htmlNo I start to understand how all that works. ... also what UB, UD and UW means......Great stuff and I guess via this it should be possible to control some more of the LED's in the PMDG 737 NGXalso without an SDK from PMDG (simply follow the logics described in the flight manual.....)Thanks again,Dietmar
  2. Hi Artem,Great Job with LINDA v.1.11!I have one question:Via the LINDA Tracer you can set an FSUIPC offset to a value.e.g.: X2F80 to 0 or 1 or ... 5 ... this is autobrake to RTO, Off, 1, ....Is there any command for the LUA scribt available to set this value tothe FSUIPC offset via LUA?I use PMDG 737 NGX and control the autobrake via LINDA LUA commands.It works perfect. But my LED's will be controlled via OC LED-Output-Card and SIOC.Via SIOC I can only request FSUIPC offsets but 737 NGX does not use theFSUIPC offset x2F80. (only LVar's)I would like to add a command in the "737 NGX action.lua" after the LVar was set like: ipc.control(xxxxxx, yyyy) ' set offset x2F80 to z'Is this possible?ThanksDietmar
  3. Hi Artem,I have tested your new LINDA 1.11 with 6 devices (Standard Joystick, 2x Saitek THR. 3x BU0836) and it works perfect!I have only one question. I still do not understand in the PMDG 737 NGX "action.lua" the functions e.g. "autobrake _shown".It will not work in any way with my BU0836. Therefore I wrote for all this kind of selectors (e.g. autobrake, engine start,...)routines like this:function NGX_AUTOBRAKE_OFF () if ipc.readLvar('ngx_switch_460_a') == 0 then ipc.control(70092, 16384) elseif ipc.readLvar('ngx_switch_460_a') == 10 then elseif ipc.readLvar('ngx_switch_460_a') == 20 then ipc.control(70092, 8192) elseif ipc.readLvar('ngx_switch_460_a') == 30 then ipc.control(70092, 8192) ipc.control(70092, 8192) elseif ipc.readLvar('ngx_switch_460_a') == 40 then ipc.control(70092, 8192) ipc.control(70092, 8192) ipc.control(70092, 8192) elseif ipc.readLvar('ngx_switch_460_a') == 50 then ipc.control(70092, 8192) ipc.control(70092, 8192) ipc.control(70092, 8192) ipc.control(70092, 8192) endend This is probably not the most elegant way but at least it works. Since I did this for each button position,I see on the "Joystick-Page" for each button a function....I checkeed your manual but I can't find any description of this "autobrake_shown" function.Where can I find some info, about what this is for?kind greetingsDietmar
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