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  1. I’m sorry if it doesn’t help you @Rosko In all the years I’ve been into flight simulation I always had to learn by myself a lot of things if I wanted to go further with the default settings of any piece of software. I think that there’s a lot of flight simmers that had to. There are a lot of people out there that can help you, but there are things that are not as easy as “do this and voila”, you’ll need to search, ask, do a lot of trial and error (I promise, a lot) and at least familiarize with the files and formats of that you want to modify or customize. FSUIPC forum would be a good start point, I always got feedback from Pete or his team, they can really assist you on this. Cheers!
  2. Hi Rosko, You don't really need to write any piece of code, of course if you take some time to figure out how it works it will be easier. You only need to copy and paste (replace) with the Lvars you want. So for a simple button or key in VC to toogle it from On to Off: function ExternalPower_conn () ----------------------------------> This is the name of the (A) function inside the toggle function (You can type the name you want for it) ipc.writeLvar("MCDU_EXTPOWER", 1) ----------------------------------> This is the actual Lvar name ("Lvar", Value) The value is usually 0=Off / 1=On end function ExternalPower_disc () ----------------------------------> This is the name of the (B) function inside the toggle function (You can type the name you want for it) ipc.writeLvar("MCDU_EXTPOWER", 0) ----------------------------------> This is the actual Lvar name ("Lvar", Value) The value is usually 0=Off / 1=On end function ExternalPower () ----------------------------------> This is the name of the whole toggle function, (C) (You can type the name you want for it) var = ipc.readLvar("MCDU_EXTPOWER") ----------------------------------> Read the Lvar State (0 or 1) if var == 1 then ExternalPower_conn()----------------------------------> If Lvar State is 1 then do function (A) else ExternalPower_disc()----------------------------------> If Lvar State is 0 then do function (B) end end event.flag(1, "ExternalPower") ----------------------------------> The name you gave to the toggle function (C) So you just need to replace the Lvar Name for the one you want to use, and replace the name of the functions to whatever you want to call them, and also rename the whole function to your liking. Two important reminders: 1) You must add your Lua to the [Auto] section inside FSUIPC.ini: https://forum.simflight.com/topic/86587-lua-file-not-loaded-but-why/?do=findComment&comment=524737 2) The event.flag tells FSUIPC what parameter assigns to that function. So when assigning the key inside FSUIPC select LuaToggle "Your file" and the parameter will be the flag inside the script. So for example: event.flag(1, "ExternalPower") event.flag(2, " Seatbelts ") event.flag(3, "APU) ... Hope this helps!
  3. This usually happens after opening some menu or for example changing time or date. The reallight (dynamic lights) go off. Moving the knob/switch to another setting set them back. I guess some kind of limitation inside the module.
  4. Hi, I think I read somewhere that the EFB for the upcoming A330 will be implemented on A320 series, is that correct? Will the EFB have airport maps based on scenery folders as PMDG done with the NGXu? Thanks!
  5. Let me say that this problem we have encountered in the latest updates is not a subtle feeling that the IAE is underpowered with some FLEX temp. It's clearly not an error of calculation within the calc tool we may use. It's a clear and noticeable lack of power whatever the FLEX temp you use. But it used to work until 1.2.1.1. with the same tools.
  6. Yep. FLEX temp is not working anymore as it should on IAE. Applying FLEX thrust means taking off with the horsepower of my Seat Ibiza. The same FLEX temps (not the same but relative) works fine on CFM though. Using http://www.wabpro.cz/A320/ I had no problems until 1.2.1.1. So now I'm using latest update with the exception of ECAM_D2D.dll, which is from 1.2.1.0. Until this gets fixed.
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