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  1. I was a first day buyer of the AS A320, but I also stopped following the AS forum a long time ago, so I'll ask here: did they ever get around to adding pop-ups for the flight deck displays? As I recall, they had one for the MCDU, and the PFD could be made by the user, but the ND was not possible without a lot of issues. It wouldn't scale properly. And they always seemed so hostile to the idea that pop-up displays were something that customers found useful. For me, it's actually a deal-breaker. I like to use them, edited to my personal needs, and every other top quality aircraft that I fly lets me do that with no problems. If the A330 doesn't include them, I won't bother to get it. But that's just me...
  2. My pleasure. Glad you got it working.
  3. Yes. But the parameters have changed a bit after an update to FSUIPC, which I think was tied to P3Dv4.4. This works for me now. 1=apu=RX23c03806,3 2=apustart=RX23c03807,3 3=apubleed=RX23c02804,3 These also work for me: fpl1 is Fuel Pump Left 1, etc. abmax and abmed are Autobrakes terr is FO Terrain button fdl and fdr are Flight Director L and R 4=extpwr=RX23c03009,3 5=fpl1=RX23c01805,3 6=fpl2=RX23c01806,3 7=fpc1=RX23c01807,3 8=fpc2=RX23c01808,3 9=fpr1=RX23c0180b,3 10=fpr2=RX23c0180c,3 11=abmax=RX2200380d,3 12=terr=RX22003809,3 13=fdl=RX40000005,3 14=fdr=RX40000024,3 15=abmed=RX2200380c,3 Also noted above, the numbers after the R are a reference provided by P3D to the mouse rectangle and are probably local and not transferable. So you may have to find the mouse rectangle on your system using FSUIPC. But who knows, maybe these will work for you.
  4. The latest version of FSUIPC includes mouse macros for P3Dv4. (Thanks Pete!) It is now possible to write lua scripts which use macros to push buttons, such as APU, APU Start, APU Bleed, the Fuel Pumps, etc. The macros I've created work well, but require two lines, such as: [Macros] 1=apu 1.1=RX20203,10 1.2=RX20203,3 2=apustart 2.1=RX20204,10 2.2=RX20204,3 The first line positions the mouse and the second is a left button press. Read the documentation. The documentation does note that the numbers after the R are a reference provided by P3D to the mouse rectangle and are probably local and not transferable.
  5. I'm new to ChasePlane, having used Opus for my cameras for years. I'm very impressed. My main issue so far is that I can't seem to find any info on how to use the same presets for multiple aircraft. As an example, my PMDG 737s all have the same cockpit dimensions, and I'd like to use the same On-Board presets across all of them. If I edit the Captain's view camera in the 738, I'd like it to also change in the 738WL, 739, 739WL, 737, 737WL, and 736. (This also applies to the 3 different 777s, 7 747s, 2 FSL A320s, etc.) Outside views are another story due to the different aircraft dimensions, so it would be helpful for the user to be able to set them to apply to all variants, or just the current Sim Aircraft. So, is there a way (as there is in Opus) to assign cameras to multiple aircraft or single aircraft, at the user's discretion? The way I am doing it now is to remove the presets from a variant I want to change and then import the presets from the aircraft I have set the way I want. But doing that, none of the button and key assignments are copied and must be redone. Just enabling those to copy over would be a big help. Also, is there a way to select All the On-Board or Outside presets for an aircraft for deletion? I only see how to select and delete single ones. Thanks, Alan D
  6. Yes. That happened to me a couple weeks ago.
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