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  1. Finally - as a customer of a lot of addons bought from Aerosoft, this is very welcome - I always disliked the individual installers. I would also love to see a map with all addons on the shop page, and also for the owned addons. Makes it so much easier to discover addons on your area of interest. Looking forward to see the new tool in action.
  2. For most CRJ buttons and dials, you need to send commands to so called LVARs. This should be possible with one of the latest FSUIPC7 versions. See the following topics on the FSUIPC7 forums: FSUIPC7 v7.2.0 beta release: New facility to add lvars to offsets for both read and write/update - Announcements - The simFlight Network Forums and WASM Module + Client API for MSFS / FSUIPC7 now available (for developers and advanced users only!) - Announcements - The simFlight Network Forums
  3. I would suggest to look at the following topics in the FSUIPC7 forum: FSUIPC7 v7.2.0 beta release: New facility to add lvars to offsets for both read and write/update - Announcements - The simFlight Network Forums and WASM Module + Client API for MSFS / FSUIPC7 now available (for developers and advanced users only!) - Announcements - The simFlight Network Forums I have not done this myself (as I am using AxisAndOhs for LVARs), but this should get you started.
  4. @Herman g. Gerhardt Make sure you have the latest version of FSUIPC7. Then, in the axes assignment menu, select "Send to FS as a normal axis" and you should see the "Throttle2 Axis Set Ex1" in the list.
  5. @LesOReilly Regarding Upper Idle and Lower Idle - isn't that what the Idle/Reverse Gap setting does? You can increase this to a higher value and set your Idle setting a little above your throttles idle stop. Then, the engine will remain idle for configurable range on your throttle. At least it works like that for me - or maybe I misunderstood what you want to achieve with an upper and lower idle setting.
  6. @InterSky I usually map my throttle via FSUIPC and never had any issues at all. Due to your video, I became curious and mapped my TCA throttle via MSFS directly - and I can confirm that it behaved weird. Not as bad as in your video, but really erratic. I hope that Aerosoft will be able to pinpoint and fix this in one of the upcoming updates, but, if you happen to have FSUIPC7 (or potentially also other 3rd party software), I would suggest to map your throttle via such an external tool in the meanwhile. Works absolutely flawless for me.
  7. I do not own Honeycomb controllers, but a lot of other hardware. I never map any axis in MSFS, mainly as MSFS lacks plane specific profiles. I typically used FSUIPC7, but now moving more and more to AxisAndOhs, as it works great with my X-touch mini, Logitech radio panel and the TCA throttle. I have also used spad.next, which also works great.
  8. I second that it would be a great feature to be able to save a flight situation also in mid-flight and continue at a later point.
  9. I don't own a Whartog, so I can only guess here: For getting the two level to be synchronized, it should help to configure them both in the CRJ EFB. Regarding the reverser, you should be able to configure the throttle in the EFB to be without reverser and assign the button to "THROTTLE1_DECRESE_SMALL" and "THROTTLE2_DECREASE_SMALL" to the reverser button function(s). This should also activate the reversers.
  10. @AleItalia I had to configure the axis like this to work well. Whether you need the invert axis or not depends on your input device. Set it such that you get the positive value in the EFB config when on full thrust and the negative when in the reverser range.
  11. In spad.next you need to select your axis and then go to "Add Event" and select "Custom Axis". You should then be able to select the axis THROTTLE1_AXIS_SET_EX1 and save. Based on your screenshot, you did not select "Custom Axis" but "Scripted Axis"
  12. Check out the hardware and controller sub-forum. There are plenty of post how to do it. You will need 3rd party software that is able to write to LVARS, e.g. spad.next or Lorbys AxisAndOhs.
  13. Just be aware that until MS will release a fix, the methods based on LVAR access will not work, as, since the Word Update IV, stand-alone WASM modules cause the simulator to crash. Unfortunately, this means that my CRJ will stay grounded until it works again. Having flown with full support for my hardware, there is no way I am going to fly the CRJ without it.
  14. Where are you failing? The following script works for me for decrementing the NAV SOURCE: (L:ASCRJ_LSP_NAV_SOURCE, Number) 10 - dnor (>L:ASCRJ_LSP_NAV_SOURCE, Number) (L:ASCRJ_LSP_NAV_SOURCE_CHANGE, Number) -- (>L:ASCRJ_LSP_NAV_SOURCE_CHANGE, Number) This one for incrementingL: (L:ASCRJ_LSP_NAV_SOURCE, Number) 10 + dnor (>L:ASCRJ_LSP_NAV_SOURCE, Number) (L:ASCRJ_LSP_NAV_SOURCE_CHANGE, Number) ++ (>L:ASCRJ_LSP_NAV_SOURCE_CHANGE, Number) If that does not help, you need to explain in more details, where you are struggling.
  15. You can map it via FSUIPC as well - just use the axes with the names Ex1 at the end. The big advantage of doing so is the ability to have different profiles for different aircraft within FSUIPC - something MSFS does not (yet?) allow The calibration can then still be done via the EFB
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