did you guys try the capture tool ? I've used it for Zibo's 738, sent the captured files to Ulrich, and he implemented to spad.next (thanks btw), but i've now realised that there are so little dataref's and commands captured by Ulrich's tool.
According to the DataRefTool, there are 2085 Dataref's and 502 Commands, but only few of them are detected by the tool. I've realised this when i was trying to set up my Multi Panel and Radio Panel, HDG and CRS values aren't in the spad.next. Then i've opened the .json files, created by the tool Ulrich provided and saw that there are few values there.
You guys had such a problem ?
download a plugin called : Datareftool
Start Xplane and load in the a flight with the aircraft you want to use.
Dataref tool will create a txt file that is located
the file is called:
copy this file to your aircraft folder and rename it to
with this new file you can delete all the datarefs that start with "sim/" as these are included in the default dataref.txt file
Spad.next will read this file when connected to the sim and will allow you to change the dataref values when you assign switches.
video is dead ?jockeyboy2_0 wrote:This may help a little
Also I apologise for not editing out the waiting time for X-plane to start I done it in a complete rush this morning.
This update creates a second file called drt_last_run_commandrefs.txt
For it to be generated you are required to start Xplane then start a flight in your chosen aircraft.
then Quit Xplane.
This will generate the above named file.
if you copy this to the aircraft folder you were just in and rename to commands.txt
Remove all the Lines that begin with Sim/xxxx as these are already included with spad.next
you will have access to all commands that the aircraft had and allow you to utilise them within Spad.next
it will also list any Plugin commands that are available to use and give you access to these within spad.next
Once this is done just restart Xplane select the aircraft again and start your flight, then start spad.next and it will read this file you can then start assigning your switches.