Just a profile for the Alpha Yoke to work some of the lights and switches on the overhead panel. All the switches are mapped with "Off" being in the up position, and clicking the switch down would activate or turn things on. This made the most sense to me as that's how it works visually in the FJS 732, or most Boeing airliners.
***ATTENTION*** Make sure to set the mappings within X-Plane for the switches to "Do nothing," otherwise X Plane will read both mappings, and your 732 will have certain unwanted switches on.
The switch mappings are as follows...
Red "Alt" switch = "Emergency Exit Light" switch
Red "Bat" switch = "Battery" switch
Unlike the IXEG 733, the FJS 732 doesn't have datarefs for each of the switches guards, so you still have to click those with your mouse to close them. Counter productive, I know.
White avionics "Bus1" switch = Window Heat
White avionics "Bus2" switch = Pitot Static Heat
BCN switch = Anti Collision Light
Land switch = Landing lights
Taxi switch = Taxi lights
Nav switch = Position lights
Strobe switch = Strobe lights
Pretty self explanatory for the lights. One neat thing, though, is that the landing light bar does have a dataref, so when you move the switch down, the landing light bar engages the landing lights, of course moving the switch up turns all the landing lights off. Also, since we don't have three position switches on the Alpha, the Position lights are either on or off, if you want "On Bat" then you'll have to click it with the mouse.
That about covers it. I've included the list of data refs for the 732 if you want to make changes.