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  1. Is it possible to get these trough a dataref? Through the discrete out maybe? I couldn't find it in the documentation.
  2. The X-Plane computer is a Mac. So as far as I know it isn't possible to run the 430 on that machine.
  3. I've searched with Google and on the forums, but couldn't find a concrete answer. Is it possible to run the simulator on one computer (a Mac in this case) and run the RXP GNS430 on a remote (Windows) computer connected with ethernet?
  4. Good to know The only advantage of this one would be that it can run on a Raspberry Pi. Although you might have the same ambitions...
  5. Hello peeps! I've been working on a PFD for the 737NGX. For quite a while now, it's not really a full time thing, and there's still a lot to do. You might think: why?!!!1 Well... There's one main reason: because it runs stand-alone. You don't need another instance or window of FSX/P3D to be running, which uses valuable resources. And a very cool thing is that it can run on a Raspberry Pi. The reason why I'm posting this, is because I'm wondering how many people would be interested in using this. In other words, is it worth it to go this far? The second reason. There's quite some data which isn't available, this keeps me from completing this instrument.... If there's enough people interested, It might convince PMDG to make more data (variables) accessible/available. It's not in open beta at the moment, there's still too much to do. A demo video:
  6. Hello Lou, I'm sorry to disappoint you, we released the new version in November. We're already moving on to version 2.1, which will have touch screen support, data persistence, communication between instruments and some other small things like bug fixes and GUI adjustments.
  7. Few of you might already know Air Manager, a 2D instrument panel building application. Air Manager lets you download instruments (in-app) for free, plus you can create them yourself. Because we let you use your own images, and the code is fully customize-able, you can create whatever instrument you want. Air Manager is multi-platform, so it runs on Mac OSX, Microsoft Windows, Linux, and even on the Raspberry Pi. I'm not here (only) for a commercial talk. Our current release is only compatible with X-Plane, but now we have added support for FSX and Prepar3D. However, this is still a beta version, and it's not available for download yet. We are looking for a few people who want to do beta testing with our software with FSX and/or Prepar3D, and maybe FS9 if that's possible. If you're interested, send me a message, and I'll share the beta version with you. To make it all a bit more visual, I have this Air Manager 1.3 promotional video:
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