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  1. Version 1.0.0

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    Here is my Bravo config file for the HotStart TBM 900 (fantastic add-on for X-Plane). You will have to map your AP buttons in the X-Plane menu (nb 1-8) by using the specific commands of the TBM (go to "tbm900/actuators/ap"). For my own, I mapped the REV button to VNAV and the IAS to Flight Level Change. In fact, I did not make any change to the Honeycomb default config file at this point, so the X-Plane commands should also work... The CRS function of the rotary knob (nb 14) works for the course when the CDI is selected to LOC. I mapped the button nb 10 of my throttle 1 to the functi
  2. Hello Imparatus, I think it's better to map your AP knobs in the x-plane menu. The datarefs are only useful for mapping the INC-DEC rotary knob and for the leds. But maybe I did not understood what you were wanted to do.
  3. Thank you very much for this profile. All functions are working very well. I made some changes for myself by creating new events for altitude and heading, which allow different "repeat activation" settings (the rotation of the heading bug, for example, is a bit too slow). Also made a change for the CRS selector : you have mapped it to the GPS, but it is more useful to change the course in the HSI (to match the ILS heading) : the command is OBS_HSI or something like that. Cheers.
  4. Version 1.2

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    Hello, Here is the config file I made for my Bravo Throttle Quadrant. All the autopilot functions, with LEDS, are working fine. Caution : - I mapped the REV button of the Bravo to the VNAV switch in the cockpit and the NAV one to LNAV. - The IAS button of the Quadrant is for LEVEL CHANGE. - The CRS option of the left rotary button is available for the COURSE button in the cockpit. Or course, you will have to map all the AP switches of the Bravo in X-Plane settings menu, by using the IXEG specific commands (from left to right : heading mode, LNAV mode, APP m
  5. Don't reply to the post above, I found the appropriate datarefs to map the LEDS. I will submit my file for download...
  6. Hello, I have some problems to map the leds of my Bravo Throttle Quadrant for the IXEG 737/300. To illumate the NAV button (of the Quadrant), I think I have to use this dataref : ixeg/733/MCP/mcp_lnav_act. The dataref "sim/cockpit2/autopilot/nav_status" does not work (strange, because x-plane datarefs are working with the other functions of the IXEG autopliot, except for this one, and the VNAV function, that I mapped successfully to the REV button of the Quadrant). But what is the value I have to put in the Honeycomb Configurator ? When I type "1" or ">=1", the nav button ill
  7. Hello, I don't know if it's your case. I am using the Bravo Throttle Quadrant, and for now, I removed all the bindings related to the autopilot. I am just using the throttles and the flaps handle. I switch on the buttons in the cockpit. No more issues since then with Speed or VS mode.
  8. Hello, I had the same issue trying to configurate the Bravo Throttle for the CRJ. I mapped the two axis as indicated in the tutorial in MSFS2020 Options, but I got a message telling me that these axis were not recommended for this option. In the CRJ EFB, the axis were not recognized. But here is the point : in MSFS Options menu, don't choose manually your axis in the list by clicking on its name ; click directly at the place where your new axis has to be selected, and move your throtlle : MSFS2020 will then recognize it instantly. And then, no problem to configurate these 2 ax
  9. Hello Segwin I think you should calibrate the X52 throttle without a reverse axis. I have the same one, and I do not have this issue (I get the other one, as some users : instability of thrust in some circumstances). To activate the reverse, I use a button mapped to the "decrease throttle" function (attention : not the reverse toggle function, it doesn't work). I use the same trick in X-Plane : the difference is that in MSFS, you cannot adjust the amount of reverse by moving the throttle forward. I do not know why "reverse toggle" is not operational in the CRJ... Cheers, Daniel.
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