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  1. Version 1.0.0

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    Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant Template for TFDIs 717. Import it via the Honeycomb Configurator (you need the latest version 2.1.0) or use the local load function. if you need further assistance, please check out the following videos Unfortunately, not all buttons are mapped. This is due to TFDI not creating LVARS for rotary knobs such as ALT, VS, HDG, IAS, CRS and buttons such as NAV, PROF, SPEED etc. Sorry, my hands are tied if they're not there to use. (I do have a question outstanding with the Devs, but I'm reasonably confidant there isn't a way. If there is, I'll update it.) Basically, this means none of the top block of buttons or rotary knobs work. (Except Autopilot, this works..) HOWEVER........ I have managed to assign functions to the toggle switches, gear lever, Go Around, Reversers and flap switch (acts as a parking brake) and I've also managed to get the LEDs working. If you're using something like FSUIPC or LINDA then you can probably make a great job in combination with this profile and complete it. I've created a button overlays. This version is a @Hilversum4 design, to make it one piece and a bit more sturdy.
  2. Hi @Alexander Sternhill, I don't get the error message but mine is no longer working either. I've have approached it a different way in the profile as things seemed to have changed since I first created this. You can do as Freddy says, but I've noticed the behaviour for the Thrust Reverse Hold setting now works as expected. (It didn't at the time I created this profile.) Meaning, when you engage the reverse thrusters they leap to maximum straight away. It's down to personal preference, but I prefer to raise the reversers which sets them to idle reverse and then push the thrust levers forward to vary the amount of reverse thrust. With that in mind, I've now used toggle in the profile, which works better than just assigning it in the sim, as I have put some logic in place to stop it from toggling the wrong way. i.e. if it misses the button press, (which sometimes happens) then it won't suddenly start working backwards and disengaging them when they're supposed to be engaged and vice versa. Anyway, try the new profile and see if this works better for you. Thanks,
  3. Hi @sho69607, I'm using the toggle attached to the revere levers (but with conditions used to control the toggle so you don't end up in reverse when the reverse levers are back in the down position) When you raise the reverse levers you will see the reversers in the sim raise to reverse idle. Then pushing the throttles forwards will increase to max reverse thrust Dropping the reverse levers returns the throttles back to normal idle. I found the max hold to be troublesome when trying to use it. Cheers,
  4. @MICK777CPT, You have found a bug, thanks for calling it out. I've fixed it and uploaded a new version. Managed to get the LED working as well even though it doesn't technically have one, by detecting when the aircraft is in HDG SEL mode. Cheers,
  5. Hi Stian, The best thing to do would be to start using the Aerosoft configuration utility: Honeycomb Profiles - AEROSOFT COMMUNITY SERVICES Then you only have two options. Create a profile yourself based on documentation supplied with the aircraft, or hope someone else in the community does. Unfortunately, because I don't own it, I can't help. It can be quite involved depending on the aircraft documentation and would be impossible to do without sitting in the aircraft, powered on, and sniffing around with an LVAR viewer and some trial and error. Sorry I can't help, Mark.
  6. Ahh I see, sorry I wondered what you meant. You're right, the documentation back to front. Thanks for pointing this out, I have amended it to match the actual buttons. The Reversers were no longer working for me either. I'm not sure if something has changed since I first did them. However, I have now fixed them and found another way. As for the TOGA, mine is working. Do you have the flight directors (both) and auto throttle switched on? I have included you master caution fix and the thrust reverser fix in the new version. Thanks,
  7. Hi @Sluijsens, Thanks for the feedback. I think I might have messed up on version control as mine has the Master Caution working, but you're dead right, it's not on the uploaded version. Fail!!! I'll upload it with the correction in a moment. Good catch. Maybe the Anti-ice is just a preference thing. Because they were just push buttons, I picked the same direction as the Zibo flick switches are. Down for On and up for Off. Interesting point on the LNAV/VNAV thing. When you say the wrong way round, is that because even though they're on top of each other, LNAV is first and so should be first in the line up followed by VNAV? My OCD is twitching a bit about this one now ๐Ÿ™‚ Cheers,
  8. Hi @kasanobah, Good catch thanks, You're dead right. Not sure how that slipped through!!! I've just amended it so that it rolls the ILS CRS knob on the pedestal. Thanks for spotting it,
  9. Hi, I donโ€™t have that aircraft to test with Iโ€™m afraid. The only way to find out would be to test it if you have it. Thanks,
  10. Version 1.0.0

    68 downloads

    Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant Template for the EADT x737. Import it via the Honeycomb Configurator (you need the latest version 2.0.0.1) or use the local load function. if you need further assistance, please check out the following videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHMP5Kj3ebA&list=PL-CM2J7huv9GsJLInEaXS71CKKU_5g3Sl Not all buttons are mapped due to X-Plane providing a high level of flexibility within the GUI for assigning buttons and switches. Only those that aren't exposed or required conditions for more precise operation are mapped. Please note this document was originally created by the Aerosoft team and I have simply 'borrowed' it to keep the level of information about this profile consistent with their approach. I've created a couple of different types of button overlays. The second version is a @Hilversum4 design, to make it one piece and a bit more sturdy. Button_Overlays.pdf Button_Overlays_V2.pdf EADT_x737_Profile_Description.pdf
  11. Version 1.0.2

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    Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant Template for the AirfoilLabs C172 SP. Import it via the Honeycomb Configurator (you need the latest version 2.0.0.1) or use the local load function. if you need further assistance, please check out the following videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHMP5Kj3ebA&list=PL-CM2J7huv9GsJLInEaXS71CKKU_5g3Sl Not all buttons are mapped due to X-Plane providing a high level of flexibility within the GUI for assigning buttons and switches. Only those that aren't exposed or required conditions for more precise operation are mapped. Please note this document was originally created by the Aerosoft team and I have simply 'borrowed' it to keep the level of information about this profile consistent with their approach. I've created a couple of different types of button overlays. The second version is a @Hilversum4 design, to make it one piece and a bit more sturdy. AirfoilLabs_C172_SP__Profile_Description.pdf 172_Button_Overlays.pdf 172_Button_Overlays_V2.pdf
  12. Version 1.0.0

    129 downloads

    Honeycomb Alpha Flight Control Template for Aerosoft Twin Otter Extended. Import it via the Honeycomb Configurator (you need the latest version 2.0.0.1) or use the local load function. if you need further assistance, please check out the following videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHMP5Kj3ebA&list=PL-CM2J7huv9GsJLInEaXS71CKKU_5g3Sl Please note this document was originally created by the Aerosoft team and I have simply 'borrowed' it to keep the level of information about this profile consistent with their approach. Aerosoft_Twin_Otter_Extended_Profile_Description.pdf
  13. Version 1.0.2

    218 downloads

    Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant Template for the Aerosoft Twin Otter Extended. Import it via the Honeycomb Configurator (you need the latest version 2.0.0.1) or use the local load function. if you need further assistance, please check out the following videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHMP5Kj3ebA&list=PL-CM2J7huv9GsJLInEaXS71CKKU_5g3Sl Please note this document was originally created by the Aerosoft team and I have simply 'borrowed' it to keep the level of information about this profile consistent with their approach. I've created a couple of different types of button overlays. The second version is a @Hilversum4 design, to make it one piece and a bit more sturdy. Aerosoft_Twin_Otter_Extended_Profile_Description.pdf Twotter_Button_Overlays.pdf Twotter_Button_Overlays_V2.pdf
  14. Hi Aerosoft team, Just a quick one, is there a way to put a value in the 'value box' of a honeycomb configurator variable that will increase the existing value of that variable by XXX amount? i.e. my exact challenge is, I've almost finished a Bravo profile for the Aerosoft Twin Otter Extended. The last setting I'd like to set is the altitude alert number. I was going to map this to the normal Alt Increase/Decrease dials. Here's the challenge though. The variable to change the altitude alert number is L:Alt_alert_setting but this variable wants an absolute number. So If I put 100 in as the value, it sets it to 100 exactly, rather than increasing it by 100. If I was coding this, I would just use +=100 or -=100 to increment the existing value by 100 (or whatever value,) but this has no affect in the Honeycomb configurator. It also doesn't like Alt_alert_setting + 100 as a value (worth a try ๐Ÿ˜‰ ) Any ideas whether this functionality exists and if not, do you think it could be introduced at some stage? Cheers, Mark.
  15. Version 1.0.0

    71 downloads

    Honeycomb Alpha Flight Control Template for Flight Factor 777 Worldliner Professional. Import it via the Honeycomb Configurator (you need the latest version 2.0.0.1) or use the local load function. if you need further assistance, please check out the following videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHMP5Kj3ebA&list=PL-CM2J7huv9GsJLInEaXS71CKKU_5g3Sl Not all buttons are mapped due to X-Plane providing a high level of flexibility within the GUI for assigning buttons and switches. Only those that aren't exposed or required conditions for more precise operation are mapped. Please note this document was originally created by the Aerosoft team and I have simply 'borrowed' it to keep the level of information about this profile consistent with their approach. FF_777_Worldliner_Professional_Profile_Description.pdf
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