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  1. I have built a left dash panel containing the Starting switches, fuel pumps oil doors etc,, a right dash panel with all the lighting gear and flaps plus annunciator lights test and master warn cancel. Then I have an autopilot panel and a Garmin GNS530 panel and finally a utilities panel which has all the fltsim house keeping stuff such as pushback, slew, zoom, views etc. The only little routine I have made for myself is the Master warning and Annunciator lights test, for the rest I have used libraries others (cleverer than me) have written.
  2. Thanks Gregg, that will save me a lot of time and frustration trying to solve an unsolvable problem, namely the standby/active frequency swap.
  3. Hi Gregg, I am a big fan of the Realair Turbine Duke. I have built a 5 Bodnar card sim and like you have about 80% of the switches working through linda, I have not been able to find any library routines that cover the ADF panel. Were you able to get this panel working?
  4. I have finally solved my little problem as out lined above. I have found that by running the console and tracer with a default aircraft, then clicking the default aircraft switches e.g battery s/w the Linda console shows the FSX control selected. I then switched to the Realair Turbine Duke (which is the aircraft I was having the problem with), ran the Tracer/Consol and the FSX controls showed up just fine. I this may help someone sometime.
  5. You are correct in assuming that I am not into advanced programming, I have built a flight sim with 5 Bodnar cards using Linda and the work of others on various libraries, notably, but not exclusively, Mark at Almost Aviation. I just thought it was time that I tried my hand at using Linda and Lua to make my own library of bits and pieces that have not, as far as I can tell, been covered elsewhere. Unfortunately, the first time I tried to trace fsx controls, as shown in the Linda manual using the Realair Turbine Duke Cowl Flaps as an example, no FSX controls showed up at all. I checked the logoptionsprotect= line in the .ini file and it was set to Yes. I am just thinking it must be something that I have done or left undone in the set up of either Linda or FSUIPC. Having been rather negative with this thread I have to say that I am very happy with Linda, and for normal everyday use it makes things so much easier and more convenient. So thanks for that.
  6. From what you say above, as I have FSUIPC4 ver 4.963 installed I should not need to edit the FSUIPC4.ini file, but unfortunately I still have this problem. I found the offset 3400 in the documentation and it does refer to logging bits 1 thru 12 but I am sorry I don't have a clue as to how I would use this information to add lines to the FSUIPC4.ini file.
  7. Hi, I am running Linda 2.9.2 with the latest registered version of FSUIPC (4.963) With the console viewer on, Linda logging is fine. However when I attempt to select any box on the "FSUIPC logging" I get the 2 lines shown below come up on the console, and no FSX controls appear when buttons, (known to use default FSX controls) are pressed. ### Blocked: attempt made to change LogOptions via 3400, data 0x0001 FSUIPC logging bit set: 10 ----------(this logging bit is either 2, 6, or 10) depending on which option is selected.) Any ideas what could be the problem?