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  1. Hi, thanks for your detailed report. Long story short: this has been identified and is indeed a bug that has been fixed in the upcoming version 2.1 of the ConfigTool.
  2. Hi Tony, I am moving you into the correct subsection of the forums as you are talking X-Plane. First it is important to understand that there is no link between the configurator and what you do there with X-Plane assignments itself. So, it is normal you don't see anything from the configurator in X-Planes control pages. Also, most of the assignments you might want to do, you can simply do via X-Plane natively...it is only if you want to use advanced functionality for e.g. specific aircraft that you cannot achieve with X-Plane alone that you might want to use some functi
  3. Hi Mike, there is no support for axis assignments via the ConfigTool, so you have to assign them yourself and make sure they make sense via P3Ds controls menu. You also have to make sure, that the buttons are not assigned in P3Ds control menu itself as otherwise you will have doubled assignments. You can either delete them manually or use Actions->Disable Simulator Defaults in the ConfigTool.
  4. Hi, das hängt davon ab über welchen Simulator wir reden: in FSX(:SE) ist das normal, weil der sim nur maximal 32 Tasten verarbeiten kann. Da hilft dann nur der Weg über andere Lösungen, wie das externe ConfigTool.
  5. Hi Dominik, while I cannot tell you the dimensions and just incase you don't know, yet: there also comes a suction pad as alternate way of table mounting. Thats what I did for the Alpha as I also have those two layers.
  6. Thanks Alexander for your kind offer. I will definitely keep it in mind, once we are ready.
  7. Not now, but with version 2.1 of the Configurator update which will be released shortly we will also publish some advanced documentation on how to adapt the PMDG profiles to your liking.
  8. Exactly Gérard, you figured out how to make it work . In addition, version 2.1 will also allow you to define multiple press- and release events which gives you even more options to make some more advanced logic work. Maybe this will alreay suffice for you to achieve what you need.
  9. Hi, as you don't even have the "Honeycomb" menu entry under "Add-ons" it seems something basic went wrong during the install process. So, before dealing with the PMDG specifics, lets figure the basics out first: please attach your add-ons.cfg file from "C:\Users\{ActiveUser}\AppData\Roaming\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v5" for me to have a look.
  10. Hi, I don't know the A330 from a development perspective, but did some small test regarding your issues. For this: In the A330 you also manually have to set AB_wiperL and AB_wiperR to values 0-2 in order for the physical wipers to move and not only the knobs. And for this: You can use AB_VC_OVH_APU_MASTER_ON_PB, AB_VC_OVH_APU_START_ON_PB and AB_VC_OVH_AIR_APU_BLD_ON_PB with values 0 and 1. Hope this helps.
  11. Hi Gérard, currently this is not possible as I have not seen a use case for it. But if there actually is one we will for sure consider adding it. Maybe you can elaborate a little more on what you want to do?
  12. Hi Alexander, Linux port goes alongside 2.1. But we don't want to delay the general release, so most probably Linux is coming a little later than Win/Mac as it involves more testing of base functionality than for the other operating systems.
  13. Hi, feature-wise version version 2.1 is completed and we are currently in the process of putting together a new installer. Once this has also been tested and approved you will have it ASAP.
  14. Hi Alex, we are in the final stages of wrapping up version 2.1 of the ConfigTool which will include BBJ support.
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